Former UK politician claims he stopped sinister Illuminati plot to unlock the gates of hell with LHC

We all owe a big thanks to former UK Town Councilor Simon Parkes, who claims he foiled the Illuminati’s plan to use the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) to destroy life on Earth and, possibly, the universe.

This revelation came from Parkes during a speech organized by the UFO academy at High Elms Manor in Watford Hertfordshire. The former town councilor stated that the Illuminati orchestrated a plan to open a portal to another dimension using the LHC in order to extirpate all mankind.

“It became very obvious the LHC was going to be used for a pivotal roll on August 15 this year. I have not said the LHC can break the divine link between all good humans on this plane and divine consciousness, but that was their plan.”

If these claims strike you as bizarre, hold your breath. That’s just the tip of the iceberg.

Summoning the forces of hell

The Illuminati is a name given to several groups, including the most powerful political, business and religious leaders, who secretly run the world behind closed doors. President Barack Obama, President Vladimir Putin and the Pope are allegedly just some of the puppets who dance to strings plucked by the Illuminati.

The Illuminati’s goal is nothing short of world domination by any means necessary. According to conspiracy theorists, who somehow have special insights into the activities of the Illuminati, the group devised a plan to use the LHC to take over the world.

The LHC is a 17-mile long tunnel located in Geneva, Switzerland, used to smash particles together in order to replicate conditions during the Big Bang. The machine was built to confirm the existence of the Higgs boson, shed light on the nature of dark energy and possibly detect extra dimensions.

Conspiracy theorists believe scientific experiments at the LHC are a cover up for a much more mischievous plan. According to them, in actuality, Satan is using the LHC as a way to open a portal to the gates of hell. Once evil demonic forces embedded in an alternative dimension spill over into our universe, they will wreak havoc on the entire planet.

Some conspiracy theorists speculate that the LHC could summon divine judgment, since the machine is a modern day form of the Tower of Babel.

According to Parkes’s latest claims, God used him as an instrument to stop judgment day. He said the Illuminati planned to unlock the gates of hell with the LHC in August; had they succeeded, they would have acquired the power to take over the universe.

How Parkes took down the Illuminati

So how did Parkes stymie a sinister plot to take over mankind back in August? After he was tipped off about the Illuminati’s plan, he said that he orchestrated an international team that used “mind warp” to foil the sinister plot.

“It became very obvious the LHC was going to be used for a pivotal role on August 15 this year,” he explained to an audience, according to Express.

“I have not said the LHC can break the divine link between all good humans on this plane and divine consciousness, but that was their plan,” he said, and added, “We couldn’t just do nothing. There is much you could do without sticking your head above the parapet. I created a global meditation group connecting consciousness and most countries now have two or three people. Places like the US and UK have got hundreds. We really can affect matters with our mind.”

Once the Illuminati became aware of his plan to construct a mind warp, they switched off the LHC at around 3 a.m. on August 15. Insiders tipped Parkes off that the Illuminati was about to restart the reactor. In response, Parkes and his team sent a telepathic wave of positive energy which prevented the portal from opening.

Parkes has a history of making bizarre claims. He claims he is part alien, that his mother is an alien and that he lost his virginity to an alien at the age of five through a holographic experience.

If Parkes’s claims indeed strike you as out of this world, it’s because he is literally out of his mind.


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