- More Mysterious Connections Between Ancient Demonic gods and the Entity Connected to CERN’s Gotthard Base Tunnel RESURRECTION Efforts
by Dr. Thomas Horn, https://www.skywatchtv.com/
Opening Enoch’s Gates Part 9
As I recently reported the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN, the largest particle physics laboratory in the world) “has approved plans to build a $23 billion super-collider 100 km in circumference (62 miles) that would make the current 27 km 16 teraelectron volt (TeV) Large Hadron Collider (LHC) look tiny in comparison.”[i]
For some time now, ideas about possible occult connections with CERN have been presented on various internet blogs, opinion columns, and in the book Abaddon Ascending. Some of these claims are presented in this article (a small percentage of the total evidence available) beginning with a commune in eastern France called Saint-Genis-Pouilly. This commune was actually identified as two separate towns.[ii] Before it was given the name Saint-Genis-Pouilly in 1887, the two towns were named Saint-Genix and Pouilly. Interestingly enough, Pouilly used to be a small Roman city by the name of Appolliacum.
Before dissecting the evidence surrounding the ancient city of Appolliacum, we should first delve into the history of Saint-Genis’ namesake. The origin of the name of the town of Saint-Genis can be traced back to an individual who is surrounded by legends and mystery. It is generally believed the name Saint-Genis came from Saint Genest (also known as Genesius of Rome), a legendary Christian martyr.[iii] The legend of Genesius of Rome states that Genesius, prior to his conversion, was once the leader of a theatrical troupe in Rome. In his plays, he would ridicule Christianity, especially certain rites. In one such performance, which was to be in front of an audience containing the Emperor Diocletian, Genesius was going to ridicule the sacrament of baptism.
The play began and Genesius took on his role of a person stricken ill. Two other actors asked him what was wrong and Genesius said he felt he had a weight on him that he wanted removed. Next, two different actors, dressed as a priest and an exorcist, entered. When the actors asked what he wanted to alleviate his sickness, Genesius expressed he wanted to be baptized. It was shortly after this point in the play when things became very real for Genesius. He broke the fantasy of the play, claimed to see actual angels, and asked to be baptized onstage for real. This completely outraged Diocletian. Genesius persisted in his newfound faith, even to the point of torture and death by beheading.[iv]