UNCLOAKED: The CERN Human Sacrifice Video

A few weeks ago, a news story broke about a video that showed what appeared to be a Satanic human sacrifice taking place on the grounds of the European Organization for Nuclear Research (“CERN”) laboratory complex in Geneva, Switzerland. This is where the Large Hadron Collider is being used to conduct monumental experiments into the nature of matter. In 2012, experiments at the site helped discover the elusive Higgs boson particle.

Thousands of scientists from twenty-two countries are employed at the $6.4 billion project. Likely outcomes of their efforts are unpredictable and subject to much speculation. In 2014, acclaimed physicist Stephen Hawking warned that Higgs boson could become unstable at high energy levels and possibly destroy the universe. In 2015, a lead CERN scientist warned of potentially catastrophic ramifications of gravity from a parallel dimension leaking into our universe as a result of experiments being conducted with the Large Hadron Collider.

There’s also been considerable speculation concerning occult elements within CERN. Inter-dimensional aspects of the experiments lend themselves to such concerns, which are maximized by reports of strange weather observed near the site, as well as weird interpretive dance numbers produced by the project’s backers that are replete with bizarre imagery surpassing normal levels of benign Swiss weirdness, like the terrifying production put on to celebrate the opening of Gotthard Base Tunnel on June 1, 2016.



Unlike prior productions, it’s difficult to fathom the human sacrifice video being part of any deliberate public relations campaign by CERN.

Shot from a window on an upper level of what can readily be identified as Building #39, the video begins with several seconds of the two meter tall bronze statue of Hindu deity Shiva, donated by the government of India in 2004. Floodlights at the base cast giant spooky shadows of Shiva onto facing buildings.

Gradually, hooded figures emerge from the darkness and converge before the statue. A woman removes her white dress and lays down. A hooded figure strolls over and begins viciously stabbing her. At that point, the man recording the event goes into apparent distress, curses, and the video jostles wildly and ends.

The Mirror published an article about the event on August 18, 2016 with the headline “Chilling ‘satanic human sacrifice’ video spooks scientists working at world’s biggest particle accelerator CERN.”

A CERN spokesperson gave a statement to the Mirror:

“This video is a work of fiction. CERN fills up with visitors over summer, with users from across the world who come to CERN as part of their work, and some of whom occasionally let their sense of humour go too far. That is what has happened on this occasion. CERN does not condone this kind of spoof.”

According to the Mirror, the video was originally uploaded by “Richie from Boston” onto his Youtube channel. In subsequent coverage, Richie from Boston was widely identified as the first person to post the video online, but this was incorrect. The Mirror attributed the following quotes to Richie from Boston:

“This is new footage caught on the grounds of CERN, videotaped from inside the building. If it’s real, that’s horrible, if it’s a staged ritual, that’s equally bad. But whether it’s a mock ritual or not, it’s still a ceremony being performed on the grounds of CERN.”

“So it turns out the origin of the video posted for the sacrifice at CERN has been found – the problem is, the man is dead. Now hoax or no hoax, let me remind you all we have seen this before and we know all that people who expose this evil are killed or made to disappear.”

In an email to Agence France-Presse, a CERN spokeswoman authenticated the video, called it a hoax and offered no futher explanation: “These scenes were filmed on our premises but without official permission or knowledge.” She explained that the individuals responsible possessed access badges and that CERN’s investigation into the event would be an “internal matter.”

The spokeswoman assured: “Cern welcomes every year thousands of scientific users from all over the world and sometimes some of them let their humour go too far. This is what happened on this occasion.”

Identical information was posted to CERN’S “Media and Press Relations” page, where the PR team fields similar questions (e.g. “Will CERN open a door to another dimension?”).

Since then, no further explanation or follow-up news from CERN. No word about any results of any internal investigation. Already, the bizarre episode is being wormholed and forgotten, subsumed by the latest story with embedded video to slide into a “weird events” vertical, like an article featuring pictures of a rare black sea slug or another UFO.


During its brief span of mention in the press, media outlets were uninterested in questioning  CERN’s explanation. Articles and reports from CNN, Yahoo News, the Guardian, Daily Mail, Gizmodo, etc, uniformly referred to the event as either a “hoax” or “prank.” Many reporters went out of their way to mock anyone who speculated otherwise. More discerning outlets wondered whether the video was some sort of psy-op, but struggled to identify a reasonable motive for the action.

Skeptics can cite any number of points in support, including the recorder’s reaction (too dramatic) or the footwear of the hooded figures (sneakers, too casual), but the greatest factor for adjudging the video a hoax is the inherent unreliability of a media environment constantly flooded with fake staged videos. In this context, the CERN video automatically registers as fake, like Blair Witch Project meets Eyes Wide Shut. It looks too pat, too neat, too narrative.

Moreover, for most viewers, the prospect of actual Satanic human sacrifices being carried out by hooded figures in the dead of night is fantastical and preposterously lurid. From their perspective, such events simply do not happen in the world. Two minutes of video will not convince them otherwise.

In fact, the world accommodates both the ritualized human sacrifice of French clergy by sadistic ISIS Muslims, as well as ritualized human sacrifices committed by more obscure European and American sects. Anyone familiar with the events known as the “Franklin Cover Up” – a largely forgotten 1990’s scandal that exposed a Satanic exploitation ring based out of Omaha, Nebraska – is aware of this.

At minimum, any viewer hoping to formulate an objective, fact-based opinion of the CERN video must understand that human sacrifices similar to the one seen or depicted in the video do, in fact, exist in the world. Doubters are advised to research the history of the mysterious group known as “The Finders” and read John DeCamp’s powerful expose The Franklin Cover Up: Child Abuse, Satanism, and Murder in Nebraska.

Fact-finder website Snopes.com immediately declared the CERN video a hoax based on the assurances from professional spokespeople for CERN. The post’s author was Kim Lacapria, a hack-blogger with an abysmal record for accuracy and left-wing bias who usually does political “fact-checks” for the site. Recently, she wrote that Pulse nightclub shooter Omar Mateen was not actually a Democrat, despite the fact that Mateen was registered as Democrat with active voter registration status. Lacapria’s lousy “fact check” consisted of unfounded speculation that Mateen may “have chosen a random political affiliation when he initially registered.”

“Stranger Than Fiction News” posted the CERN human sacrifice video to its Facebook page and Youtube channel on August 11, 2016. Lacapria identified Stranger Than Fiction News as the original poster of the video. Like the Mirror’s widely quoted attributions to Richie from Boston, this was inaccurate and untrue.

In their rush to assure the public, mainstream media news outlets made a number of startling omissions and false statements concerning the provenance of the video.


Richie from Boston received the video from Stranger Than Fiction News and posted it to his Youtube channel.  In the August 18 Mirror article,  Richie from Boston was wrongly identified as the original source of the video and quoted as saying: “People who expose this evil are killed or made to disappear.” The comment was widely quoted in ensuing coverage.

In fact, Richie from Boston never said that, as confirmed through correspondence with the operator of the Richie from Boston Youtube channel. The Mirror quoted a commenter to the post and attributed it to the channel’s operator, who never spoke to the Mirror reporter.

RichieFromBoston Message

In her Snopes article, Lacapria wrote that the video was originally posted online by Stranger Than Fiction News. The fact-checker failed to notice that the Stranger Than Fiction News editor reported that the video had previously been posted online by an Arabic occult news website. He provided a link to that Facebook page, which is the actual original media upload of the CERN human sacrifice video.

Stranger Than Fiction screenshot

معجزة فلكية كونيه (translates as “Miracle astronomical Kone”)  posted the CERN human sacrifice video to its Facebook page on August 10, 2016. This is when the video was first made public.

At a minimum, reporters should have sought comment from the original media source of the video. Correspondence with the operator of the معجزة فلكية كونيه  Facebook page was conducted by the Subrosa Citizens Bureau with the assistance of Google translator. The following text and translation is the most information available about the video’s acquisition from the individual who originally put it online.

Explntn from uploader 1

Explntn from uploader 2

Translation via Google Translator:

On video may he came across a photographer who has photographed and said, I am in danger please Share this

I told him how to straighten filming I said at the risk of want you to publish this and let all journalists away from the governments know this and stand Pfdham

This Arise Pfdham

I took the video and you downloaded and then half an hour later I talked to him he said, want to kill me !! Then closed his account on YouTube video has been deleted you downloaded and published as soon as sparking controversy and deployment of all the world until the Guardian published a denial of the video and it’s a sacrifice imaginary and representative cynical ??

Real video, it seems that the man had already killed ???

I’m not afraid , I Share the truth and fear of the devil

I will fight the devil and he wants to kill me and tried a lot I do not know why want me ??

I am a different person with me things happen Divine God Emezna among humans so shamed God wanted and wanted to Share this

One person has threatened me so I did delete the video from YouTube after his campaign once again


But the original source of the video is here from page 10 _8_2016



As shown, basic information concerning the CERN human sacrifice video was wildly misreported by major news organizations. They misidentified the original source of the video and misattributed quotes to an individual wrongly identified as the first person to report about it. They accepted without question an explanation that provided no foundation for asserting that the event was a prank. They let CERN get away with simultaneously claiming that: (a) they knew nothing about the event and (b) the event was a prank.

An article by Sorcha Faal  at the What Does It Mean website purports to provide further details about the event that were allegedly written up in a report by Russian intelligence services. According to the article, the victim was twenty-nine year old Swiss citizen Maja Franziska Brandli who was reported missing near Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Seattle, Washington. Her disappearance is documented here in the Sea Tac blog, which covers local crime in Sea Tac, Washington. According to the alleged report from Russian intelligence, Brandli was transported aboard a U.S. Air Mobility Command (AMC) C-40 Clipper aircraft to Geneva airport on June 30, 2016.

The alleged events are summarized here at the Inquistr, former employer of Snopes hack Kim Lacapria.


Maja Franziska Brandy was reported missing in the Sea Tac blog on July 1, 2016

As stated, there has been no news of any authorized CERN personnel being fired or sanctioned for making a sick video depicting human sacrifice on laboratory grounds. One would reasonably expect CERN to publicly crack down on authorized personnel who made a fake, defamatory video in order to try and scandalize the prestigious project. One would expect that the scientific community would want to self-protect by identifying those who would do something so juvenile, sick and hostile.

Oddly, that has not occurred.

More than anything, CERN’s failure to produce any results of its “internal investigation” weighs against the human sacrifice video being a mere prank. If the perpetrators are ever identified, this post will be updated.

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