The organization of the world’s leading nuclear research has opened an internal investigation into a chilling incident that occurred on campus.
A video surfaced on the internet shows the moment a woman is allegedly sacrificed near the statue of Shiva at CERN where the Large Hadron Collider is located. The statue of Lord Shiva was installed at the campus in 2004, symbolizing Shiva’s cosmic dance of creation and destruction, was given to CERN by the Indian government to celebrate the research center’s long association with India.
The European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) has opened up an internal investigation in response to a video released last week in which a parody is performed allegedly showing a woman bein stabbed as part of a human sacrifice in the ground of the Geneva headquarters reports the Swiss website Swissinfo.
The strange video which popped up on the internet a couple of days ag depicts several individuals in black cloth gather at the main square at one of Europe’s top physics labs ni the appears to be a re-enactment of an occult ceremony.
The chilling video illustrates human sacrifice as a woman is filmed bein stabbed.
‘These scenes were filmed on our premises, but without official permission or knowledge,’ a CERN spokeswoman told AFP in an email. CERN does not condone this type of spoof, which can give rise to misunderstandings about the scientific nature of our work,’ she added.
She added that the investigation taking place is an internal matter.
The strange video has raised numerous questions involving the security present on CERN’s campus.
When asked to detail the security procedure regarding access to CERN’s campus, the CERN spokeswoman responded saying that: ‘CERN IDs are checked systematically at each entry to the CERN site whether it is night or day.’
The spokeswoman further indicated that the individual’s responsible for the occult ‘prank’ had access badges.
‘CERN welcomes every year thousands of scientific users from all over the world and sometimes some of them let their humor go too far. This is what happened on this occasion,’ the email said.
The video, which has already registered over 240,000 views, has caused stupor in the management of CERN where the famous Large Hadron Collider is located.