Why Are They Hosting a Weird Occultic Dance Opera Inside CERN?

By Melissa Dykes

Many have already pointed out how strange (or absolutely fitting but in a chilling way) it is that they decided to put up a statue of Nataraj, the dancing form of the Lord Shiva that some have called the “dance of destruction,” outside of the large hadron collider CERN.

You can listen to Brave New World author Aldous Huxley explain the symbolism of that statue here.

Notice anything about this logo?

Now ask yourself why they are allowing bizarre occultic dance opera performances inside the collider itself (see below).

Guess searching for that God particle is so important they would build a multi-billion-dollar facility but take time out in their scientific pursuits for… performance art?

Even if you are not inclined to believe there is anything conspiratorial going on at CERN, you have to admit… at the very least, this is really, really bizarre.

(H/T Ang)

Melissa Dykes is a writer, researcher, and analyst for The Daily Sheeple and a co-creator of Truthstream Media with Aaron Dykes, a site that offers teleprompter-free, unscripted analysis of The Matrix we find ourselves living in. Melissa also co-founded Nutritional Anarchy with Daisy Luther of The Organic Prepper, a site focused on resistance through food self-sufficiency. Wake the flock up!

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15 Comments on "Why Are They Hosting a Weird Occultic Dance Opera Inside CERN?"

  1. Three 9s and terrible dancing. It’s just lame. Actually, the 666 does kinds bother me, but cern is just a giant waste of money that does little but produce more days than anyone could ever analyze looking for imaginary particles based purely in mathematics with no basis in reality. Might do some good of they put electric universe people in charge and designed the right experiments but since they just discovered a way to accelerate particles with a plasma device at a very small (or big?) fraction of the cost, CERN is a big white elephant destined to go down in history as a colossal failure. All that nonsense about black holes and portals to other dimensions are just that. Nonsense.

    • Imagine… they would try to set up a working economic system where every child born into this world could really have equal chances, education, food, water, space… teach SHARING & GIFTING – turning our planet into a FREE garden,,, where no man can buy other man for a salary…

      • Its called the millennial reign of Jesus – 1000 years of bliss then eternity – I want to be there .

        • No – it’s called: GIFT ECONOMY (where people produce gifts instead profit) & INDIVIDUAL /PERSONAL SOVEREIGNTY instead state sovereignty that use power to bomb others and steal their resources

      • Right? I often think of what a wonderful world it could be. TPTB clearly enjoy immiseration of the populace, it’s just not enough getting rich and powerful. Maybe it should be TPPTB. PSYCHO for the extra P.

        • Most of TPTB are Luciferians – so their goal is to “become as gods on Earth” and as such must be 1) Omnipotent, 2) Omniscient, and 3) Omnipresent – along with having power over all life and death. If you believe they *think* like normal people (i.e. have a conscience, feel guilt, empathy, compassion, the things that make us human) you would be sorely mistaken. This is the biggest hurdle for most people, I think – they can’t believe someone would do the things TPTB do because THEY couldn’t see themselves doing it – so they don’t accept their actions as being “on purpose.” TPTB do not think like humans – they ARE psychopaths in the truest sense of the word.

          Oh, and it doesn’t matter if you don’t believe in Lucifer or God, or whatever. The important thing is that THEY believe in him and act accordingly. Your beliefs don’t affect their behavior – only their beliefs do.

          • colinjames71 | July 28, 2015 at 3:13 pm |

            Yeah thanks for reminding me tptb aren’t constrained by any notions of what most consider ethical behavior and values and morals. I pretty much knew that but maybe needed to hear it and keep that in the forefront. Thanks.

    • Yeah, pure science is soooo lame! and sooo expensive! Why can’t everyone just acknowledge the truth that the world is flat, and was created at the whim of an omnipotent god only 6000 yrs ago.

      • You believe all the matter in the universe popped out of a tiny speck in minutes – for no reason at all – quicker than God – then the hydrogen turned into gold , silver and carbon etc etc ” just like that” – as tommy cooper used to say ?

        And that a magic fairy waved her wand over a muddy pool and made a 3 billion code
        of DNA together with a cell membrane – how crazy is that for a fairy story.

      • Wtf are you talking about?

  2. satanicDarkness-yeeesssssss | July 24, 2015 at 6:34 am |

    Cern is part of the beast – gematria from babylon times…

  3. This is not in defense of CERN but about Shiva – who is definitely getting getting a bad rap here. Yes, Shiva is the symbol of destruction: OF THE MIND, that is. At a deeper level, Shiva symbolizes the withdrawing or dissolution of the sense organs of perception that move outward and connect us through the brain to our 3D experiences. When mind and sensory awareness are ‘destroyed’ or withdrawn (through meditation for example), our Pure Eternal Awareness/Consciousness alone exists – the only true ‘reality’ there is.
    The Dance of Shiva depicts the arising of Cosmic Vibrations which form the Creation, and the quest to learn how to return to that original Source/God energy, Intelligence. Looking for the God Particle of course has something to do with the investigation of that Source – which is only accessed through absolute stillness.

    • I tend to agree. Cosmology and mythology have been indelibly linked since the dawn of civilization. I don’t find it strange at all that scientists at the CERN would pay homage to this historical linkage with this style of dance.

      As a side note, I don’t believe the scientists at the CERN fully understand themselves what they are observing with their colliders and telescopes. Einstein’s theories completely ignore anything having to do with electricity. As a result, we get theories of space plasma that are based entirely on hydrodynamic theory, rather than laboratory proven facts. Check out “Symbols of an Alien Sky” and “Thunderbolts of The Gods” for some alternative science that makes a hell of a lot more sense than theories of bending space.

      • Rrrright. So, “scientists” are going to pay “homage” to institutions/religions and beliefs they consider “superstition,” myth and the realm of the feeble-minded idiot masses …. I’m sorry, but that sounds extremely thin to me. There’s something more to it – especially in light of that freaky opera/dance with all of the purgatory-esque visuals and the mysterious “black” character.

        I agree, however, in regards to the Thunderbolts of the Gods, etc. I think that’s a theory with as much credibility as any of the other ones shoved down our throats as “truth”. I guess the problem lies as it does with most other non-standard theories in that if proven right, there would be a lot of establishment scientists with reputations built on pet theories that would look pretty stupid after years of strutting around like they were all just so-special.

        I believe the LHC is more about creating dark matter (anti-matter) for use as a weapon and possibly opening other dimensions (as some of the CERN scientists have openly stated). Since when have governments and corporations spent billions in pursuit of something to HELP humanity? Everything they do is about maintaining their power – any other appearance is window dressing and misdirection (IMO, of course).

  4. This dance is probably the only thing of value to come out of this huge waste of money pursuing after proof of theoretical mathematical wankings, which would be much better spent on plasma physics. See “Electric Universe” and their criticisms of modern physics.

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