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As world events appear to be spinning out of control, there is
something else spinning at record-breaking speed at a laboratory in
Switzerland that has biblical prophecy watchers taking note.
CERN, also called the European Organization for Nuclear Research, at
its complex near Geneva, restarted its Large Hadron Collider in June for
the first time in 27 months and is scheduled to perform a controversial
experiment in September, around the same time of the end of the
biblical Shemitah on Sept. 13 and the start of Yom Kippur on Sept. 23.
CERN was founded in 1954 and has played a role in plenty of
groundbreaking experiments, including the early research that led to the
creation of the Internet. CERN scientists have said their latest work
involves trying to open up a black hole, or “hidden extra dimensions,”
which some see as a potential portal to the underworld.
“Out of this door might come something, or we might send something
through it,” said Sergio Bertolucci, the director for Research and
Scientific Computing at CERN, at a press briefing in November 2009.
The date Sept. 23 has become ubiquitous among the writings of many
prophecy watchers. They don’t know what, if anything, will happen on
that date but they question why it keeps popping up everywhere: in
movies and concerts, on the pope’s appointment calendar, in the
statements of politicians and the calculations of a famous mathematician
from the 18th century.