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September 18, 2015

Strange Connection Between CERN And 8.3 Chile Quake - Is CERN Opening A Doorway To Hell?


By Susan Duclos - All News PipeLine

More than one million people were evacuated with at least 10 reported  dead after an 8.3 magnitude earthquake struck near the central coast of Chile on Wednesday, followed by 15 aftershocks with only three of those being below 5 on the richter scale. 

Shown below by BP Earthwatch, at the exact time the earthquake struck, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, known as CERN, which operates the largest particle physics laboratory in the world, reached "record" bunches of proton collisions. Many may remember part of the controversy surrounding CERN is because researchers are attempting to recreate the "big bang," with some scientists asserting the whole project could open up "parallel universes and extra dimensions." 

This is not the first time a massive earthquake has coincided with a CERN event, as was detailed by ANP in April 2015, titled "The Cosmic Dance of Death Has Begun - CERN, Earthquakes And The Doorway To The Devil,"  where we showed that after the CERN large hadron collider was restarted it was followed by the massive earthquake that hit Nepal, killing thousands, injuring thousands more and the destruction of not only whole area but specifically  some architectural losses which included the majestic Shiva temple pagoda and its twin, the Narayan temple pagoda, which dominated Kathmandu's main Durbar Square. (Also noted is the increase in large quakes worldwide since the CERN Hadron collider was restarted.)

As many already know the figure of Shiva sits right outside of the CERN facility, shown in the image at the top of this article.

So as you watch the video below ask yourself, is it just a coincidence that these massive quakes are occurring when there is a CERN event, or are these researchers literally opening up a doorway to hell?

Related: Must-Read CERN articles.



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