Cuban Embassy Strange Sounds Illness Now Affecting U.S. Diplomats in China

South China Morning Post, June 7, 2018 – more U. S. citizens evacuating from U. S. Consulate in Guangzhou, China, after suffering what appears to be the same strange, sound-frequency-related illness that disabled Cuban U. S. Embassy workers beginning in 2016 to 2017.

“It’s hard for Chinese people to believe that any foreign organization can conduct this kind of behavior on Chinese soil while avoiding all monitoring and not leaving any clue.”
Global Times, State-run Chinese newspaper, June 8, 2018

June 9, 2018  Albuquerque, New Mexico  – American diplomats working in the U. S. Consulate of Guangzhou, China, are now experiencing the same mind-body disorientations experienced since August 2017, by 24 Americans and 10 Canadians working in the U. S. Embassy in Havana, Cuba.  Victims report hearing loss, headaches, dizziness, fuzzy vision, losing balance and not being able to think straight. The Chinese Foreign Ministry said on Thursday, June 7, 2018, that China is willing to help the United States to investigate for answers to the mysterious phenomenon. The Consulate processes visas for Chinese citizens traveling to the United States. Also, more than two million American citizens travel to China each year and about 175,000 Americans hold Chinese resident visas. 

Causes could be infrasound, ultrasound or microwave. Speculations have been raised about whether the Russians could be trying out an experimental beam weapon. The “new neurological syndrome,”  as described by University of Pennsylvania scientists, is the same as in Cuba with concussion-like symptoms without any blows to the heads. At least two consulate staff were evacuated this week from the Guangzhou consulate back to the University of Pennsylvania for testing, while on June 7, 2018, the South China Morning Post showed this photograph of Americans as they “Flee U.S. Consulate in China As Mysterious Sonic Sickness Linked to Cuba Illness Spreads.”

South China Morning Post, June 7, 2018 – more U. S. citizens evacuating from U. S. Consulate in Guangzhou, China, after suffering what appears to be the same strange, sound-frequency-related illness that disabled Cuban U. S. embassy diplomats beginning in 2016 to 2017.

Further, the State Department sent a medical team to the Guangzhou consulate on May 31, 2018, with specialists from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for further research there. The first American diplomats in Guangzhou were evacuated in April 2018, after experiencing headaches and dizziness when they heard strange sounds in the Consulate. No one has yet confirmed the total number of American evacuees from the Consulate.

Studies of the Cuban victims at the University of Pennsylvania were directed by Dr. Douglas H. Smith, M. D., Director of the Center for Brain Injury and Repair at the University of Pennsylvania, reported in April 2018.  (See original 2-part Earthfiles at end of this update.) Dr. Smith told Earthfiles.com: “We all believe this is a real syndrome (in Cuba). This is concussion without blunt head trauma. … The one thing that was the same (for victims) was hearing a strange sound, typically loud, but the difference was the sound could be anything from like a high-pitched type of noise or something that sounded like cicadas to a low tone or kind of a scraping metal tone, and even the sensations they described were different. Like some people felt vibrations or that weird feeling you have when the car window’s open and you have like a baffling type of sensation to others just feeling kind of out of it.”

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Tuesday, June 5, 2018,  “The precise nature of the injuries suffered by the affected (American consulate) personnel, and whether a common cause exists for all cases, has not yet been established.”

Mike Pompeo, 70th U. S. Secretary of State, sworn into office on April 26, 2018. Official swearing in photo.
Mike Pompeo, 70th U. S. Secretary of State, sworn into office on April 26, 2018. Official swearing in photo.

Then on Friday, June 8, 2018, the State Department issued a health alert to American citizens living or traveling in China, advising them to seek medical attention if they experienced “auditory or sensory phenomena” similar to those experienced by American diplomats evacuated to the United States.

The New York Times reported on Saturday, June 9, 2018, that the Global Times, a nationalist state-run Chinese newspaper that enjoys taunting the United States, stated: “It’s hard for Chinese people to believe that any foreign organization can conduct this kind of behavior on Chinese soil while avoiding all monitoring and not leaving any clue.”

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More Information:

08-18-2016 – Part 2: Earthfiles Special Report with U. K. Electrical Engineer Winston Keech on PHENOMENON Radio
08-18-2016 – Part 1: Earthfiles Special Report with U. K. Electrical Engineer Winston Keech on PHENOMENON Radio
07-27-2016 – Remarkable Geometries in July 2016 Crop Formations
03-25-2016 – Press Release from Retired USAF Tech Sgt. John Burroughs: “British MoD Withholding Secret UFO/UAP Documents.”
02-27-2015 – Part 2: Implications of John Burroughs’s Full V. A. Medical Coverage from Injury Caused by Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) Radiation at RAF Bentwaters/Woodbridge, Dec. 1980
05-15-2014 – Press Release from Retired USAF Tech Sgt. John Burroughs: “British MoD Withholding Secret UFO/UAP Documents.”
12-20-2013 – Updated Part 2: Anomalous Radiation in RAF Bentwaters Unidentified Aerial Phenomena


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“The sound in Havana: What Canadians and Americans heard in Cuba attacks,” October 12, 2017, Canadian Broadcasting Company:  http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/cuba-sound-attacks-recording-1.4352118

“The psychoacoustic effect of infrasonic, sonic and ultrasonic frequencies within non-lethal military warfare techniques,” June 11, 2016, Littlefiled.co: https://littlefield.co/the-psychoacoustic-effect-of-infrasonic-sonic-and-ultrasonic-frequencies-within-non-lethal-cf05e1fd8673

“Where’s My Acoustic Bazooka?” April 1, 2008, Wired.com: https://www.wired.com/2008/04/wheres-my-acous/


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