- CERN Already Controls You. And the Rockefellers Control CERN…
by The Phaser , http://thephaser.com/
Published on Apr 20, 2016
In this video, we talk about the connection of the Rockefeller family dynasty to CERN. CERN is preparing for a major announcement, that they have discovered something inside the collisions happening at the large hadron collider (LHC). I have warned extensively about CERN and believe that the Illuminati is celebrating the opening of the fifth dimension, one beyond space and time. CERN also invented the internet, a matrix system that now covers the Earth. The internet has now taken over everything about life. Everything is “wired.” The last thing that isn’t wired is the human body. Implantable devices are necessary to accomplish the wiring of the human body to the WWW. That is why mandatory chipping will come to pass, because every human must become a literal part of the WWW, which is the 666.
One thing I have always been curious about was the financing of CERN. Who is behind the machine? We know CERN has received taxpayer money from several governments across the world, but many people don’t realize that the Rockefeller’s are behind a non-profit charity who funds ALL DONATIONS FROM THE UNITED STATES DIRECTLY TO GENEVA. This means that the Rockefeller’s control a HUGE amount of the financing of CERN’s operations.
The Rockefellers also send their own scientists to CERN to conduct experiments. These particle physicists are from Rockefeller University and are some of the top scientists in the world in their respective fields. They have been instrumental in discovering new particles at CERN.
CERN now prepares to announce a HUGE discovery very soon. Some scientists have said this discovery will usher in a new golden era of humanity.
IMPORTANT NOTE: As cited in the video, CERN created the ‘world wide web’ in 1989 (www 666).
Approximately 600 million times per second, particles collide within the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). Each collision generates particles that often decay in complex ways into even more particles. Electronic circuits record the passage of each particle through a detector as a series of electronic signals, and send the data to the CERN Data Centre (DC) for digital reconstruction. The digitized summary is recorded as a “collision event”. Physicists must sift through the 30 petabytes or so of data produced annually to determine if the collisions have thrown up any interesting physics.
CERN does not have the computing or financial resources to crunch all of the data on site, so in 2002 it turned to grid computing to share the burden with computer centres around the world. The Worldwide LHC Computing Grid (WLCG) – a distributed computing infrastructure arranged in tiers – gives a community of over 8000 physicists near real-time access to LHC data. The Grid builds on the technology of the World Wide Web, which was invented at CERN in 1989.