A creepy video showing a “Satanic ritual” in the grounds of a particle physics laboratory in Geneva, Switzerland has been making the rounds on the internet.
The ritual was allegedly performed inside the European Organization for Nuclear Research known as CERN. It is a research organization operating the largest particle physics laboratory in the world.
In the middle of the night, eight figures wearing hooded black robes could be seen gathering around a statue which is identified to be Shiva, a Hindu deity.
The group, as if gracing a ceremony, formed a circle while one person who is supposedly the “human sacrifice” stood in the middle of the group.
One of the hooded cultists took off the robe of the human sacrifice to reveal a woman in white dress.
The woman as if being hypnotized then knelt and lay down before the “occult leader” as he approached her. A silver object that looked like a small knife was being held by the leader. Without any signal, the leader has lifted the knife and began stabbing the woman lying on the ground.
The video clip ended shakily with the person capturing the footage panicking.
When the video went viral (click link below to watch video) CERN strongly denied the ritual stating that it was only a prank made by scientists working in the facility.
CERN released its official statement concerning the spooky ritual that was captured inside their premise.
On its website, CERN said the “video is a work of fiction showing a contrived scene. CERN and its on-site accommodation fill up with scientists from across the world coming to CERN as part of their work.”
The hooded figures appeared to be the scientists working in the facility and were just “having fun.”
“Persons that are authorized to access the CERN site sometimes let their sense of humour go too far, and that is what has happened on this occasion. The video was filmed from an office building; strict safety systems are in place to prevent any unauthorized access to technical and experimental facilities.”
According to reports, CERN is set to conduct an investigation to spot the person who recorded the “Satanic ritual” and had it uploaded on the internet.
“CERN does not condone this kind of spoof, which breaches CERN’s professional guidelines, and is currently carrying out an internal investigation,” the statement read.