Conspiracy theorists have raised alarm once again about "sinister" experiments ongoing at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) LHC facility in Switzerland, saying that the latest Awake Experiment at the research facility has opened up yet another inter-dimensional portal that threatens the survival of our world.
According to conspiracy theorists, bizarre clouds that formed on Friday, June 24 (see YouTube below), over the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) facility prove that experiments being conducted by CERN scientists in Geneva are opening up mysterious inter-dimensional portals that disrupt the fabric of space and time and expose Earth to the risk of alien or demon invasion from a parallel universe.
CERN's LHC is the world's most powerful particle accelerator housed in a ring-shaped 17-mile (27 km) underground tunnel located on the French-Swiss border.
A video uploaded to YouTube on June 27, 2016, by the conspiracy theory YouTube channel, Freedom Fighter Times, titled, "What portal did CERN open now? Strange Clouds Hover Above the LCH," includes allegedly unedited images reportedly taken on June 24.
The images purportedly show cloud and light fused into a "ball of energy" over the LHC facility in Switzerland.
"CERN is notorious for opening portals and then denying it; something very strange was captured in the clouds above the LHC just recently.""It [the image] is not a background you can get on Google," the narrator says in the video. "It is an actual picture taken on June 24 2016. It is directly over CERN, and the cloud formation is very interesting."
"The energy that is being produced, you can actually see that minus the lightning strikes," he continues.
"How much energy did CERN pull into itself?" he asks. "Is this why the weather is so crazy all over the planet? There are many other colliders all over the world."
According to the conspiracy theorist, the images were taken on the day that scientists at the facility were due to begin an experiment called Awake.
"Is it a coincidence they had just started the Awake experiment?"He argues that it is not a coincidence that the strange clouds and "insane ball of energy" appeared at the time that scientists started the Advanced Wakefield Experiment (Awake Experiment) as part of efforts to further extend achievable energy levels using the LHC facility.He declares that the clouds show that CERN scientists are "messing with nature and denying it" and that viewers should be very concerned about goings-on at the facility.
"This insane ball of energy was directly over the LHC," the narrator says. "Some people reported see faces in it. It is amazing they keep messing with nature and denying it."
"What is in the cloud - some say it is lightening or a massive ball of energy," he continues. "The amount of energy pulling from nature into the collider itself, you can actually see it."
"What portals and doors are being opened in this cloud?" he wonders in perplexity.
This is not the first time that conspiracy theorists have raised alarm that CERN scientists are "messing with nature" and that the LHC experiments are creating portals that could allow aliens or demonic entities from another dimension to enter and attack our world.
Conspiracy theorists have worried ceaselessly about the alleged potential dangers of the LHC experiments to humanity, saying that the Illuminati -- a super-evil, ever-scheming, clandestine "globalist" group -- have a secret devilish plan to use the LHC to take over the world and the entire universe.
According to the bizarre theories making the rounds in conspiracy theory circles, the Illuminati plan to achieve the goal of world domination by using the LHC to access a portal to a higher dimension where Satanic cohorts reside, and thus open the "gates of hell," literally.
Conspiracy theorists alleged in May 2016 that after the LHC restarted -- following a brief disruption of activities -- a freak weather phenomenon, described as a "circle of rain cloud" was observed hovering ominously over the facility.The alleged "circle of rain cloud" baffled weather experts, who tried to cover up the incident by claiming that it was caused by a glitch in the radar system, according to conspiracy theorists.
Earlier in January, footage allegedly showing a UFO orb flying into the vortex of an inter-dimensional portal that opened over the LHC went viral online (see below).CERN has tried in vain to calm fears due to persistent doomsday rumor-mongering by self-appointed LHC prophets. According to CERN, the experiments are not a threat to the world. They are designed to help scientists derive a grand unifying theory of the universe.
Scientists use the LHC to recreate the high energy conditions that existed at early stages of evolution of the universe, soon after the Big Bang creation of the universe. This is done by accelerating fundamental particles to near the speed the light, representing higher energy levels, and smashing them together to see what sort of novel or exotic particles are created.
Efforts to tune up the LHC to higher energy levels so that scientists can simulate even earlier stages of cosmic evolution sparked fears that it could create a black hole that would swallow up the world or even the entire universe. Others expressed fears that the experiments could open portals to other dimensions and allow demonic entities from parallel universes to gain access to our world.
Some conspiracy theorists believe that the ongoing experiments will complete the satanic Tower of Babel project to challenge the authority of God started by Nimrod (Genesis 11: 1-9).Simon Parkes, a former British politician and arch-conspiracy theorists, claimed recently to have thwarted a move by the Illuminati to use the LHC to open up the "gates of hell."
He announced creation of "a global mediation group" to fight the plan of the Illuminati to use the LHC to "break the divine link between all good humans on this plane [of existence] and divine consciousness."Parkes first attracted public attention in June 2013, when he revealed he was a human-alien hybrid who lost his virginity to an alien woman through a "holographic sexual experience," when he was only five years old.
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