Bilderbergers Global Domination Begins with the LHC at CERN

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This year’s Bilderberg meeting has ended, and the attendees are returning from where it is they came to put their plans in motion. One of those attendees is Fabiola Gianotti, the Director General of CERN. We have covered many strange occurrences that have taken place at the CERN facility, but by far one of the most telling was the mock human sacrifice that took place in front of the Shiva statue on the property.

Given the extent that particle physics impacts our world, it shouldn’t be too surprising that the lead scientist of CERN would be in attendance of the globalist meeting. In reference to the growth of particle accelerators throughout the world, she once said,

“It’s a great thing because particle physics is becoming more and more global,” “The outstanding questions in particle physics are so important, but also so complex, that just one instrument is not enough to address them all.”

She describes the beast machine of the LHC in an interview, saying:

“The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is the most powerful accelerator ever built by man. It allows us to launch proton beams in opposite directions within a 27 kilometre-ring where they collide in four points, where four large detectors are installed.

With such powerful collisions, scientists can harness an energy larger then ever before.

“Thanks to these collisions, we are able to study the fundamental elements of matter and of the universe, and to better understand the fundamentals in nature and the structure and the evolution of the universe.” Gianotti continued. (Click to Site)

CERN IS OPENING THE GATES OF HELL!

CERN IS OPENING THE GATES OF HELL!

CERN To Deploy Advanced A.I. To Protect Secret Network

PLASMA STARGATE /AWAKE CRANKING UP

Swarm of 73 earthquakes hits Chateau d’Oex in Switzerland as CERN breaks new particule collision records

I don’t know if there is a link between the activity @ CERN and the earthquake swarm that is currently hitting Château d’Oex…

But it is strange, really strange!

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More than one hundred earthquakes are shaking Switzerland since the CERN ramp up over last 48 hours. Only today, about 73 earthquakes shook Château d’Oex, with a M4.2 quake that was felt over a large part of Switzerland.

Following the M4.2 earthquake, some people reported noises and booms after the shaking that lasted between 2 and 10 seconds depending on the location.

On June 28, 2017, the CERN broke a new luminosity record for the LHC, in other words, the number of potential collisions per second and per unit of area.

Did this enhanced activity at CERN trigger this quake swarm? (Click to Article)

CERN breaks records: Unprecedented number of particle collisions have been reached in record time

The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is already running at full throttle.

On Wednesday 28 June 2017 the LHC established yet another record-breaking high, with 2556 proton bunches circulating in each direction of the accelerator. That’s an unprecedented number of particles reached in record time.

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The beams in the LHC are made up of bunches of protons, spaced seven metres (25 nanoseconds) apart, with each one containing more than 100 billion protons. 2556 is the maximum possible number of bunches that can be reached with the beam preparation method currently used.

The particle bunches that are delivered to the LHC are prepared and accelerated by a chain of four accelerators. Since last year, a new method to group and split the bunches enables the particles to be squeezed even closer together. With an equal number of protons, the beam diameter was reduced by 40 per cent. Denser bunches means a higher probability of collisions at the centre of the experiments. (Click to Article)

Knock-Knock-Knocking On Heaven’s Door And Seeking “New Physics” At The CERN STARGATE

Hearken unto me, O house of Jacob, and all the remnant of the house of Israel, which are borne by me from the belly, which are carried from the womb:

 And even to your old age I am he; and even to hoar hairs will I carry you: I have made, and I will bear; even I will carry, and will deliver you.

To whom will ye liken me, and make me equal, and compare me, that we may be like?

 They lavish gold out of the bag, and weigh silver in the balance, and hire a goldsmith; and he maketh it a god: they fall down, yea, they worship.

7They bear him upon the shoulder, they carry him, and set him in his place, and he standeth; from his place shall he not remove: yea, one shall cry unto him, yet can he not answer, nor save him out of his trouble.

Remember this, and shew yourselves men: bring it again to mind, O ye transgressors.

Remember the former things of old: for I am God, and there is none else; I am God, and there is none like me,

 Declaring the end from the beginning, and from ancient times the things that are not yet done, saying, My counsel shall stand, and I will do all my pleasure:

Calling a ravenous bird from the east, the man that executeth my counsel from a far country: yea, I have spoken it, I will also bring it to pass; I have purposed it, I will also do it.

Hearken unto me, ye stouthearted, that are far from righteousness:

 I bring near my righteousness; it shall not be far off, and my salvation shall not tarry: and I will place salvation in Zion for Israel my glory. (Isaiah 46: 3-13)

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Yearning for New
Physics at CERN,
in a Post-Higgs Way

Physicists monitoring the Large Hadron Collider are seeking
clues to a theory that will answer deeper questions about the
cosmos. But the silence from the frontier has been ominous.

MEYRIN, Switzerland — The world’s biggest and most expensive time machine is running again.

Underneath the fields and shopping centers on the French-Swiss border outside Geneva, in the Large Hadron Collider, the subatomic particles known as protons are zooming around a 17-mile electromagnetic racetrack and banging into one another at the speed of light, recreating conditions of the universe when it was only a trillionth of a second old.

Some 5,000 physicists are back at work here at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, watching their computers sift the debris from primordial collisions in search of new particles and forces of nature, and plan to keep at it for at least the next 20 years.

Science is knocking on heaven’s door, as the Harvard physicist Lisa Randall put it in the title of her recent book about particle physics.

But what if nobody answers? What if there is nothing new to discover? That prospect is now a cloud hanging over the physics community.

It’s been five years and more than seven quadrillion collisions of protons since 2012, when the collider discovered the Higgs boson, the particle that explains why some other elementary particles have mass. That achievement completed an edifice of equations called the Standard Model, ending one significant chapter in physics.

A 2015 bump in the collider data hinted at a new particle, inspiring a flood of theoretical papers before it disappeared into the background noise as just another fluke of nature.

But since then, the silence from the frontier has been ominous.

“The feeling in the field is at best one of confusion and at worst depression,” Adam Falkowski, a particle physicist at the Laboratoire de Physique Théorique d’Orsay in France, wrote recently in an article for the science journal Inference.

“These are difficult times for the theorists,” Gian Giudice, the head of CERN’s theory department, said. “Our hopes seem to have been shattered. We have not found what we wanted.” (Continue to Article)

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