5 Strange Claims About CERN: Time Waves, Portals, And Hell

Posted by on August 4, 2016
CERN Portals & Other Things

The physicists at CERN may claim they’re simply researching the hidden secrets of our universe, but some believe their goals are far more nefarious. Here are just five of the strange allegations CERN and its Large Hadron Collider have faced over the years. What are they really up to?

Accidental Teleportation Of Airbus

We’ll begin with what some have claimed is the incredible cover-up of a teleportation and “time wave” incident that occurred in November of 2009.

The story, which allegedly came out of the Kremlin, told of an Iberworld Airbus A330-300 carrying 170 passengers that mysteriously vanished, only to instantly reappear some 5,500 miles away. It had been en route near Santa Cruz, Bolivia, but instead found itself in the Canary Islands.

CERN was implicated in the alleged event because the Large Hadron Collider began its first operational run in November of 2009. But that’s not all.

Time Waves and Blackouts

That month’s Airbus incident is entwined with the aforementioned “time wave,” which some claimed rippled through South America, causing a power blackout.

Officials dismissed this blackout as caused by ordinary environmental issues, but the conspiracy theory tells a different story: An “anomalous event” at the Large Hadron Collider distorted Earth’s magnetic field, creating a ripple through space-time that interacted with the “ancient pyramid complexes” throughout South America.

One of these, the Gate of the Sun near La Paz, Bolivia, was allegedly the focal point of this “time wave,” sending it straight in the direction of the Airbus that seemingly teleported.

At nearly the same time, physicists at CERN shut down the Large Hadron Collider, citing a piece of bread that a bird had dropped into some machinery.

Portals in the Sky

Consider this an urban legend: In December 2015, tourists visiting Geneva, Switzerland allegedly captured the above footage, showcasing what appeared to be an orb entering an “interdimensional portal” in the sky above CERN. The “portal” vanished as soon as the orb completed its passage.

While this video is likely CGI (published by a YouTube channel with a history of dubious paranormal videos), there have been more than a few claims of “portals” materializing above the Large Hadron Collider.

Here’s another video from May 2016 regarding a possible “cloud portal,” which appeared just after CERN’s power went out, reportedly due to a weasel.

“Perhaps in 2016,” says the video’s narrator, “They’ll finally birth the dark universe and open the portal.”

Creating a Stargate

Perhaps the strangest allegation against CERN is that they’re specifically building a stargate — a portal to another time or place — to allow the return of the Annunaki.

These Annunaki were powerful ancient deities that once inhabited Earth. Some ancient astronaut theorists believe, instead, that they were extraterrestrials, the very same who assisted in early mankind’s progress.

The only downside is that we don’t know why. Or, if CERN were successful, whether or not the Old Gods would come in peace.

Opening the Gates of Hell

However, portals and stargates may be the least of our worries. Some feel that during their experiments, in searching for extra dimensions, CERN may open the “wrong door.”

Which one’s the wrong door? The one that leads to Hell.

According to some concerned citizens of Earth, as the power of the Large Hadron Collider grows, so does the risk.

Or, as one YouTuber suggests, CERN may not just be attempting to replicate the conditions of the early universe, but actually reverse time back to “just before…God locked the fallen angels away.”


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About the Author Post by Rob Schwarz

Rob Schwarz is a writer, blogger, and part-time peddler of mysterious tales. He manages Stranger Dimensions in between changing aquarium filters and reading bad novels about mermaids.

  • pfon71361

    I prefer to believe the activities at CERN are exactly what they report them to be. If science can identify the fundamental constituents of reality that would be quite amazing in itself. Then again, maybe they’re using that machine to make some popcorn for movie night.

    • Doc noahbody

      already done,,, old news cern is…holographic principle craig hogan 🙂

  • DocVance

    I think the chances of stargate construction being the exact same process as a particle collider are very slim, and we know very well how the machine works and have seen others like it elsewhere… meaning they’d have to make a unit that functions as a “stargate builder” but LOOKS just like something else entirely. If the government wanted to open a portal for alien gods to walk through, it’d make more sense to build it in a facility not under constant public speculation and not being forced to copy the specs of something totally different.

    I’m more interested in what the machine might do to the universe with its intended purpose anyway–enough intrigue there without going alien!

  • phishy

    So, if CERN is opening “whatever”, why haven’t Cosmic Rays done it a billion times over already. The LHC can’t come close to the energies with which some of these strike the atmosphere.

  • TimLong

    It’s not hard to visualize that the energy of the universe evolved from ultra-small scales, organizing at larger and larger scales to populate the universe. Equal but opposite charges that formed from tiny vortices in the zero point energy field formed stable photons in a process identical to electron-positron annihilation, and increased to threshold energy by positive interference processes, whereby actual electrons and positrons were created which aggregated into nucleons, then atoms and molecules.

  • David Turco

    For the uninitiated, Sorcha Faal is CIA tool David Booth. Everything he says is to mislead the sheeple, a total misinformation artist.

  • Spirit

    There is no progress in science without unintended consequences.