After numerous critics have drawn attention to the bizarre occultic dances and ceremonies that have taken place at CERN, and the dark speculation about its true purpose in opening portals and creating dark matter, it appears that the scientists there are deliberately stirring controversy.
Somebody decided to gather together a bunch of black robes and stage a mock human sacrifice in front of CERN’s occultic Shiva statue – and catch it all on film for a hoax video they may hoped would fool online critics.
But it’s all just a joke, right? Maybe, maybe not. But it is creepy anyway.
via the London Guardian:
Spokeswoman at high temple of particle physics suggests ‘scientific users’ of the Geneva facility ‘let their humour go too far’ with staging of occult rite
The European Organisation for Nuclear Research (Cern) has launched an investigation into a video filmed at night on its Geneva campus depicting a mock ritual human sacrifice… shows several individuals in black cloaks gathering in a main square at Europe’s top physics lab, in what appears to be a re-enactment of an occult ceremony.
The ceremony appears to have been staged in front of a statue of the Hindu deity Shiva that is on permanent display at the complex, home of the Large Hadron Collider.
It was no doubt fueled by their sarcasm towards conspiracy theorists and religious objections to their work in smashing atoms in order to recreate ‘The Beginning’ and deliberately creating artificial black holes.
The sacrifice was no doubt meant to invoke similarities to other secret society rituals like those conducted at Bohemian Grove or in Skull and Bones:
Is there really an occultic motive to the work at CERN? Are there actual secret agendas that these staffers dare to mock and ridicule?
There are lots of great explanations that might convince you that there is much more going on.
By the way, has anyone else noticed that one of the most popular children’s toy at the moment is a Lego Dimensions set where you construct a CERN-style particle collider that opens up portals to other dimensions. Is your kid simulating contact with demons from other dimensions?
Probably you would assume that your kid is not, and that it is all just in good fun. Just like with the mock ritual above.
But on the other side of the argument, there is power in ritual, and danger in laughing off the presence of darkness as well as brazen attempts to invite in negative energies which science only has the most basic ideas about, and which religion and culture have warned to leave well alone.
Are they messing with the wrong forces?