CERN Are Into Some Creepy Stuff, Including Wanting To Open Portals To Other Dimensions

The European Council for Nuclear Research (CERN) has moved on to researching particle physics, they invented the internet in 1989, they are probably more famous for their logo which features 666.

There is also footage of a woman being ritually sacrificed on CERN grounds at the altar of Shiva, the Hindu god of destruction.

Lawsuits have also been filed against CERN for their research into what could potentially lead to the destruction of the entire planet, with concerns around the group’s “particle collider.”

It turns out that CERN is a sovereign entity and is not under the jurisdiction of any courts, including the United States.

Giving them a free reign to basically do anything they want.

CERN is allegedly working on Nazi research that was conducted under Hitler’s regime and the biggest concern is a large Hadron Collider, that could potentially open the gates of Hell or at least a portal into another realm that could allow whatever is on the other side, to enter our world.

You may find all this hard to believe, but what is 100 percent true is there are forces on this planet that seek to destroy humanity – and they rely on Satanic worship to do it.

There are also some researchers who believe that people who suffer from schizophrenia, and hear voices in their heads, are actually under attack from demonic forces that have been allowed to move into our world through various rituals that Satan worshippers have been engaged in.

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