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The Hadron Collider CERN Incident, Interviews by Miles Johnston with Sgt Brad MacBolen

Posted on November 25, 2015 by eve

These are two interviews Miles Johnston conducted, Sgt Brad MacBolen a Milab/Supersoldier insider and also Patti Brassard, who offers technical discussion regarding the recent CERN mishap that occurred last Saturday, November 14, 2015 in Austria. 1,125 more words


Simon Parkes ~ NOVEMBER NEWSLETTER **CERN Explosion** Updated

Note: Simon’s also confirming CERN was taken out. Although, at this time he’s contradicting Sgt. MacBollen’s version of what happened by attributing the “work” solely to Source, rather than the combined efforts of approx 1000 highly skilled remote viewers and Energy Masters using Avatar level skills to change the structure of energy and matter. 498 more words


ALERT: "CERN EXPLOSION Accident as NUCLEAR FIRE as UFO Monitors" - CERN Scientist Details.

Note: The second video (Part 3) was published Nov 20, 2015, as of today 11/22/15 there are no Part 1 & 2 video’s posted. “IF” this report is true, will keep you informed on further developments. 386 more words

The Matrix


Bored, sick and sore.

But happy nonetheless. Because life is funny.

Fifth day of my vacation and my colds turned into a sore throat then a horrendous cough and now asthma. 292 more words

WIWW #15

You guys…it happened today…I burnt myself in the name of beauty! ¬†Apparently I went completely mental this morning and forgot how to use a curling iron (ok even on my best day Im pretty terrible, but today was the worst) and I rolled the curling iron right up onto my neck. ¬† 147 more words


Well, That Was Easy

It takes nothing more than a click of a button to let the entire world know what you are doing- that was easy, right? Growing up I was always told, “be careful what you post on the internet, because once it’s there, it’s there forever”. 407 more words

Scotch Egg

I am bit of an Anglophile when it comes to tv shows, history, literature, art, film etc. Now, I can say that I’m obsessed with learning traditional English cooking. 422 more words