Simon Parkes: Update ‘CERN Large Hadron Collider (LHC) Has Been Neutralized…’ August 16, 2015

Simon Parkes Update: ‘CERN Large Hadron Collider (LHC) Has Been Neutralized…’  August 16, 2015

GLOBAL ACTION GROUP

This is a very short newsletter because today has been so important. In many countries around the world at 12 noon BST hundreds of people joined together to take positive action to prevent a travesty. For too long we have been continually reacting to events or been reduced to ‘sending love’ well today we were proactive and sent very positive energy to where it was needed.

Here is what I know so far – at 3am BST today in order to prevent our actions the collider was activated. This was a deliberate attempt to ramp up the power before its schedule and thus from their prospective ensure the outcome that they wanted. I have to tell you that unfortunately the collider suffered a malfunction just after 3am. This occurred in the tube and is why many of you when you connected at 12 noon BST were immediately taken to a circle or tube shape. This is in fact the tube where particles are accelerated. In technical terms the collider suffered a tube quench. Again unfortunately this meant that the collider could not operate until close on to our scheduled connection. The collider was repaired within a few hours but could not operate to full power and by the time it was restored the window of opportunity that they sort had closed. Please look at the screenshot below, this is an official screenshot as released by the PR department who promote the collider. Thanks go to Ciprian Jurma for bringing it to our attention because it confirms that there was indeed an issue for the collider at 12.11pm BST which is 6 minutes after we all closed our joint meditation.

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At 13:11 (which is 12:11 BST) at the end of our session, there was a “Dump due to BPMs in IP6. Rampdown and refill”

This means that everyone’s hard efforts to maintain the connection between the human race and source have been successful. Whilst we don’t believe in ego I really think you all deserve a big pat on the back. Thank you for what you have done. I would be really interested to hear what you experienced, what you saw and what you felt, please let me know through this link –

http://simonparkes.wix.com/home#!cc-contact-form/c23ty

Much love, much strength, much hope,
Simon

Simon Parkes: Maximum Push CERN Large Hadron Collider (LHC) Failed During Unique Planetary Alignment on 15th August 2015

Simon Parkes: Maximum Push CERN Large Hadron Collider (LHC) Failed During Unique Planetary Alignment on 15th August 2015

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Today at least 500 people in different countries around the world worked together to achieve a remarkable result. The CERN device unfortunately failed to operate at 3am BST when the controllers tried to sneak an early operating start. By the time you had concluded the meditation the device was only partially operational and did NOT operate at full power. Humans are still connected to Source and the balance has been maintained. This is the second time the device has failed when pushing the parameters of the multi-verse.

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Simon Parkes: ‘Unique Planetary Alignment and Maximum Push CERN Hadron Collider (LHC) on August 15, 2015…’

Simon Parkes:  ‘Unique Planetary Alignment and Maximum Push CERN Hadron Collider (LHC) on August 15, 2015…’

On the 15th August a unique planetary alignment is to take place. The hadron collider will be pushed to its maximum output on the 15th. The purpose of this is to break human’s connection to source. The earth has a natural bio rhythm which rises and falls just as a surfer on a surf board rides the ocean wave so the hadron collider is intending to ride the natural bio rhythmic wave from the earth. Obviously this is not a good thing.

At 12 noon BST (please check countdown clock here) I ask you to sit from 12 noon BST for 5 minutes and I wish you to provide a thought that the intended operation does not stop the earth’s connection to source (I’ve had to word this in a particular way so that it does not break any government rules) basically I would like you to send healing thoughts to the hadron collider. I will be able to use those positive thoughts to provide a beneficial outcome. This happening in August is not to be confused with the energy wave expected in September. I will be calling on all of you to provide assistance at that time. I know that many of you have been really looking forward to undertaking some positive action and finally we now have our first real challenge. I can’t emphasise enough how important our first test is. You have all joined connecting consciousness for many reasons, whatever those reasons the outcome is a shared outcome and we face our first hurdle on the 15th. Let us ensure that we are successful.

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The main protagonist in this battle is artificial intelligence known to some as Velon/Archon – it is this that we first meet head on on the 15th August and for those of you who are keen on research this is directly linked to chemtrails.

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Dutchsinse: ‘CERN mega-magnet “short circuits” today — operations now postponed…’ March 24, 2015

Dutchsinse: ‘CERN mega-magnet “short circuits” today — operations now postponed…’  March 24, 2015

Posted by Michael Janitch

It would appear CERN is now going to be on indefinite hold – due to a short circuit in one of the main magnets which controls the Hadron Collider.

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Above: Inner chamber portion of the LHC (large hadron collider) belonging to the CERN program. The inner magnetic chamber experienced a “short circuit” on March 24, 2015 causing a shutdown until further notice.

Ironic this comes on the same day as the plane crash in the area.

Video report from tatoott1009 here:
[https://youtu.be/pDp64vn8GVU]

Reuters:

http://in.reuters.com/article/2015/03/24/science-cern-idINKBN0MK2EY20150324

“(Reuters) – Scientists at Europe’s CERN research centre have had to postpone the imminent relaunch of their refitted ‘Big Bang’ machine, the Large Hadron Collider, because of a short-circuit in the wiring of one of the vital magnets.

“Current indications suggest a delay of between a few days and several weeks,” a statement from the world’s leading particle physics research centre said on Tuesday.

Engineers had been expected to start on Wednesday pumping proton beams in opposite directions all the way round the two 27-km (17-mile) underground tubes in the LHC, closed down for the past two years for a refit.

That would have been the prelude to the start of particle collisions in late May at twice the power of those in the LHC’s first run from 2010-2013.

The smashing-together of particles inside the LHC is designed to mimic conditions just after the Big Bang at the dawn of the universe. In a breakthrough in 2012, CERN scientists announced the discovery of a new subatomic particle, a basic building block of the universe, which appeared to be the boson imagined and named half a century earlier by theoretical physicist Peter Higgs.

Hopes for the second run lie in breaking out of what it known as the Standard Model of how the universe works at the level of elementary particles, and into “New Physics.”

That includes searching for the dark matter that makes up about 96 percent of the stuff of the universe but can only be detected by its influence on visible matter around it.

CERN scientists expressed disappointment at the last-minute problem, in just one of the underground machine’s eight sectors, which have been rewired and checked thoroughly during the closedown. But the research centre’s director general, Rolf Heuer, played down its significance.

“All the signs are good for a great run 2,” he said in a statement. “In the grand scheme of things, a few weeks delay in humankind’s quest to understand our universe is little more than the blink of an eye.”

Scientists and engineers at CERN, mindful of a serious leakage in 2008 which caused a delay of two years in the start-up for the first LHC run, have long insisted that there can be no rushing into full operations.

Frederick Bordry, director for accelerators, said it could take time to resolve what he described as an intermittent short-circuit because it was in a cold section of the machine, meaning that part would probably have to be warmed up.

It would then have to be recooled. “So what would have taken hours in a warm machine could end up taking us weeks,” he added.”

March 24, 2015

Source:  http://dutchsinse.com/3242015-cern-magnet-short-circuits-today-operations-now-postponed/