As the WORLD Turns – Spider web – Make it Rain

CERN’s logo

CERN is the European Organization for Nuclear Research. The name CERN is derived from the acronym for the French Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire, a provisional body founded in 1952 with the mandate of establishing a world-class fundamental physics research organization in Europe. At that time, pure physics research concentrated on understanding the inside of the atom, hence the word ‘nuclear’.

Who is involved in research at CERN? Who funds it?

CERN is a laboratory that brings together scientists and researchers from all over the world. The laboratory is funded by its member states. At present these are Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. India, Israel, Japan, the Russian Federation, the United States of America, Turkey, the European Commission and UNESCO have Observer status.

Hundreds of universities and research institutes are involved in research at CERN and they work together on experiments and collaborations.

What is CERN planning? My guess, it has to do with the Georgia Guidestones, the Gathering and Prepping in Antarctica, the building of a massive Nuclear Bomb at CERN.

12 Apr 2018 — The Large Hadron Collider has initiated the collision of proton beams for the first time this year

A test collision recorded by the CMS experiment on 12 April 2018. The CMS collaboration uses these first collisions to prepare for data taking, fine-tuning and powering on various subsystems as needed. (Image: CERN


The real scientists of CERN: Stanford physics professor stars in ‘Particle Fever’ documentary, in theaters this weekend

by Elaine Ray on March 13, 2014 5:15 pm

Categories: In the Spotlight


TRUTH.IOPLUS2 months ago

Hi Eric, I’m the director of this film. Drinking a coffee in a local shop, writing a new art piece. I really don’t know anything about this darkness and occult intentions you’re talking about. I can only react: don’t be afraid. Go out there into the world yourself, meet the people inside CERN, in China, in Japan, in Africa… There are good and bad people wherever you go. A wiseman told me one time: “fear makes your own ego reflect, love can only multiply…”. I can assure you, I made Symmetry with the intentions of love… But hey, you might have another theory to distrust me with that again, and again ;-0 all good, your choice. Keep it cool sir, be inspired!

PS the only reason why this film has not been released online yet, is because I don’t have the funds anymore to distribute this thing. I found a distributor, but they are taking a pain-long time to make it happen. It’s out of my control. But it will surely release asap. Don’t worry.



Simpsons TV show had discovered the equation for the mass of the Higgs-Boson “God particle” from an episode back in 1998 (14 years before it was discovered):



So let’s take another step back and look at why I’m writing this article. I’m writing this because I saw something that disturbed me this morning- that is the video of the “Dance of Destruction” being released from CERN. Oh, you haven’t seen it yet? Perhaps you should take a look and tell me that I’m being crazy:

SYMMETRY – CERN dance-opera film (official trailer)




The ‘film’ is about a physicist named Lucas who is evoking a goddess deity named Claron (aka Shiva) through the Dance of Destruction. She communicates to him like Aleister Crowley’s spirits did, and instructs him on what to do. Here’s a snippet of the explanation of this video:


Revelation 9:11 And they had a king over them, which is the angel of the bottomless pit, whose name in the Hebrew tongue is Abaddon, but in the Greek tongue hath his name Apollyon.

1. Now on top of all the speculation as to what CERN scientists are really attempting to do with their Large Hadron Collider, many observers could not help but notice that the town in France where CERN is partially situated is called “Saint-Genus-Poilly.” The name Pouilly comes from the Latin “Appolliacum” and it is believed that in Roman times a temple existed in honor of Apollo, and the people who lived there believed that it is a gateway to the underworld. It is interesting to note that CERN is built on the same spot.

2. One year after CERN’s grand opening, Sergio Bertolucci, former Director for Research and Scientific Computing of the facility, grabbed headlines when he told a British tabloid the super collider could open otherworldly doors to another dimension for “a very tiny lapse of time,” mere fractions of a second. However, that may be just enough time “to peer into this open door, either by getting something out of it or sending something into it.”

3. Why would scientists have a statue of the Hindu goddess of destruction (surrounded by a circle of flames by the way) in front of their building?

4. Why would scientists have a mock satanic human sacrifice at 3am in front of the statues of the goddess of destruction?

5. And of course the last question, why do we find the # 666 in Cern’s logo?

Yeah, it’s time to read your Bible folks. This stuff is REAL!!!

The images were apparently taken on June 24, the same day CERN scientists began a new Awake experiment

The Wall Street Journal Story is called “CERN Is Seeking Secrets Of The Universe, Or Maybe Opening The Portals Of Hell” and in it we’re told the operators of the large hadron collider are gearing up to battle the conspiracy theorists. The story over at International Business Times shared more warnings of ‘conspiracy theorists’ that the LHC could open another dimension and unleash forces of darkness while over at Newser we’re told that CERN has ‘officially distanced itself from Satan’.

What is the anomaly we see above stretching from Antarctica to the North pole? As we also learn below and in the 2nd video, there IS a particle accelerator in Antarctica called “Ice Cube”. Have these combined particle accelerators fired up and working in unison somehow led to the anomalies we’re witnessing and hear about in the 1st video?

Quite interestingly enough, as also shared in the 2nd video below from Face Like The Sun, it has recently been reported that there is a particle accelerator in Antarctica, of all places, and there have been several recent stories written on it as well. Has the ‘Ice Cube’ particle accelerator in the Antarctic caused the anomalies seen in the 1st video? You can see part of ‘Ice Cube’ in the image below as well as in the graphics below videos.


9 December 1949 –

Raoul Dautry

Pierre Auger

Lew Kowarski

Edoardo Amaldi

Niels Bohr

Check this out. Now, I think “Let it Rain”, “As the World Turns” and the “Spider “Web” references all point to CERN. I know some folks researched CERN on 8CH a while back and I helped, but I didn’t get the real connection. I’m thinking they are creating Portals everywhere and messing with the weather in the process. They are playing God. Somehow, Antarctica, CERN, DARPA, and possibly other places are doing this.

CERN To Attempt ‘Big Bang’ In March, Stephen Hawking Issues Warning


What is CERN doing? Bizarre clouds over Large Hadron Collider ‘prove portals are opening

NEW images of bizarre cloud formations above the CERN Large Hadron Collider (LHC) could be shock proof the world’s biggest experiment is about to tear open a portal to another dimension.

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The LHC is the world’s largest and most powerful machine and is actually used to collide particles at close to the speed of light in a bid to discover more about physics and the possibility of parallel universes.

The curious machine developed across a 16-mile ring of superconducting magnets has had critics before amid claims it could inadvertently create a black hole that may swallow up the world, but some of these wild conspiracies are among the strangest to date.

CERN, of course, denies trying to change our weather, but it has carried out experiments to create artificial clouds to better understand global warming, which fuels the conspiracies.

The official line on what the Awake experiments are about is to develop a new type of accelerator to cut the size of the huge particle physics experiments down by a factor of a hundred or more so they can be carried out on table tops.

The AWAKE experiment, also known as the “Proton Driven Plasma Wakefield Acceleration Experiment,” will use a whole new method that will get particles going much faster in a shorter amount of time – results are not expected until 2018.

Tim Berners-Lee, a British scientist at CERN, invented the World Wide Web (WWW) in 1989. The web was originally conceived and developed to meet the demand for automatic information-sharing between scientists in universities and institutes around the world.

CERN claims all rights to the creation of the World Wide Web, but DARPA claims the true invention of the Internet decades earlier. In fact, in 1951, the original inspiration came from Joseph Carl Robnett Licklider, while in the AirForce when attempting to target tracking radar surveillance of Nuclear weapons. MIT Machine Whirlwind, first Real Time Computer – Project Lincoln which led to SAGE system, the first long-distant network of transferring data over telephone lines. By 1957, he was talking about more national security in a Truly Sage System. He imagined a Network of interactive computers. He images a Network of thinking computers loaded with everything imaginable. By 1960, he had written an article Man-Computer Symbiosis. Some of the greatest minds in Computer History came together. This was known as Arpa network and included Artificial Intelligence, Computer Graphics and a Mouse controlled interface. Yes, we are still talking 1960. Computers were so expensive, there was no way they could afford to give every user their own computer. But, they did place terminals all over the MIT campus and at their homes. In the mid 60’s, Project MAC would evolve into the World first online community. It had its own bulletin boards, email, virtual friends, open-source software and unfortunately, hackers.

Meanwhile, IBM and other companies were going in the Batch Processing direction with Punch Cards to meet the needs of the Business world. Mainstream computer engineers looked at ARPA as being an expensive endeavor to help people think. In 1963, Licklider addressed the Intergalactic Computer Network and told them he feared ARPA would never realize its full potential. He stated that all the computers would need to be consolidated and joined. Together to form ARPANET. In 1966, he third successor Robert Taylor. By 1967, Robert decided to lease high capacity phone lines directly from AT&T since using direct leased lines got around the dial-up problem. Instead of sending the data all at once in one lone stream, he devised fixed-length packets. Outside of each town would be an Interchange in the form of a smallComputer. This would be dubbed Interface Message Processor and would act like a huge router. The first was installed in 1969 at UCLA. They devised the naming scheme for their email using an @ to identify username and host network.




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The Policy Analysis Market (or FutureMap), which provided a stock market of sorts for people to bet on terror strikes, was almost immediately withdrawn after its details came to light in July.


“I’ve always thought (LifeLog) would be the third program (after TIA and FutureMap) that could raise eyebrows if they didn’t make it clear how privacy concerns would be met,” said Peter Harsha, director of government affairs for the Computing Research Association.


“Darpa’s pretty gun-shy now,” added Lee Tien, with the Electronic Frontier Foundation, which has been critical of many agency efforts. “After TIA, they discovered they weren’t ready to deal with the firestorm of criticism.”


Terrorism Information Awareness, or TIA, data-mining initiative was eliminated by Congress


“Obviously we’re quite disappointed,” said Howard Shrobe, who led a team from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Artificial Intelligence Laboratory which spent weeks preparing a bid for a LifeLog contract. 👈🙄


“I’m interested in LifeLog, but I’m going to shy away from it,” said Les Vogel


In response, Darpa changed the LifeLog proposal request. Now: “LifeLog researchers shall not capture imagery or audio of any person without that person’s a priori express permission. In fact, it is desired that capture of imagery or audio of any person other than the user be avoided even if a priori permission is granted.”


Steven Aftergood, with the Federation of American Scientists, sees the alterations as evidence that Darpa proposals must receive a thorough public vetting.


John Pike, director of


Hava Siegelmann

Modeling human intelligence, and spanning medical, military and energy applications

Program manager at the MTO of DARPA, developing programs to advance the fields of Neural Networks and Machine Learning. She is on leave from the University of Massachusetts where she serves as the director of the Biologically Inspired Neural and Dynamical Systems (BINDS) Laboratory.

Her neuroinformatics methods are used to identify overarching concepts of brain organization and function. A unifying theme underlying her research is the study of time and space dependent dynamical and complex systems.

Recent contributions include advanced human-machine interfaces that empower beyond human capabilities, dynamical studies of biological rhythm, and the study of brain structure that leads to abstract thought.



Howard Shrobe

Lee Tien

Les Vogel

John Pike


Lifelong Leaning Machines L2M


DARPA is soliciting highly innovative research proposals for the development of fundamentally new machine learning approaches that enable systems to learn continually as they operate and apply previous knowledge to novel situations.


Current artificial intelligence (AI) systems only compute with what they have been programmed or trained for in advance; they have no ability to learn from data input during execution time, and cannot adapt on-line to changes they encounter in real environments. The goal of the Lifelong Learning Machines (L2M) program is to develop substantially more […]

Three early-career engineers and scientists, chosen from a pool of 54 candidates, were selected to share their ideas to the Forum Participants.  They are:

Alexander Bataller, a postdoctoral researcher at the University of California Los Angeles …who studies dense microplasmas, a recently discovered form of matter…

Anupama Lakshmanan, a graduate student in biology and biological engineering at the California Institute of Technology…focuses on adapting immune cells to provide non-invasive diagnosis, continuous monitoring and real-time treatment of brain disorders.

Max Shulaker, a Ph.D. student in electrical engineering at Stanford University…exploring how carbon nanotubes could enable low-power microchips fast enough to provide the computational capacity to support ever-growing amounts of data and networked devices.



the AirForce




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