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What is Directed Energy and How Can it Affect us?

Updated: Apr 13, 2023

Directed energy waves can refer to various types of energy, such as radio frequency (RF) waves, microwaves, lasers, and acoustic waves. The effects of directed energy waves on humans depend on the type of energy, its frequency, power level, and duration of exposure. Here are some examples:

  1. Radio Frequency (RF) Waves: RF waves are used in various devices such as cell phones, Wi-Fi routers, and microwave ovens. At low power levels, RF waves are generally considered safe. However, exposure to high power levels of RF waves can cause tissue heating and damage, leading to burns, cataracts, and other harmful effects.

  2. Microwaves: Microwave energy can penetrate human tissue, and exposure to high power levels can cause heating of the tissues, leading to burns and other harmful effects.

  3. Lasers: Laser energy can cause tissue damage, particularly if the laser beam is of high power and focused. Exposure to lasers can cause eye damage, skin burns, and other harmful effects.

  4. Acoustic Waves: Exposure to high-intensity acoustic waves, such as those generated by sonic weapons, can cause pain, hearing loss, and other harmful effects.

In general, the effects of directed energy waves on humans depend on the type of energy, its frequency, power level, and duration of exposure. This energy can have negative effects, especially if it is intended to harm or control an individual or groups of people.


An example of the suspected negative energy which has caused Havana Syndrome is the use of directed energy as surveillance equipment. This refers to the use of directed energy weapons to intercept or disrupt electronic communications. While these technologies can be useful for intelligence-gathering, they can also infringe on privacy and civil liberties.

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