A photograph taken of the sky above CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, has got some internet theorists worried about the activities below.
On June 24 a Facebook user called Joelle Rodrigue posted a photograph of a storm above the research center, which is on the border of France and Switzerland.
CERN is home to the Large Hadron Collider, the world's largest and most powerful particle accelerator. One of the outstanding achievements by scientists using the accelerator was the discovery in 2013 of the Higgs boson, a fundamental particle predicted by the Standard Model of particle physics.
The scientific breakthrough earned Francois Englert and Peter Higgs, who had theorized the existence of the particle, the Nobel prize in physics.
While the discovery was lauded by scientists, some internet users are less enamored by CERN's activities.Freedom Fighter Times,' which also offers "the true way to salvation," has several articles about CERN, named "the CERN files," in the "science from hell" section of its website.
In May its writers charged CERN with opening portals into other dimensions, possibly even hell.
"CERN is directly responsible for weather manipulation and the opening of portals, under an operation called The CLOUD Experiment. Strange 'coincidences' are popping up surrounding CERN that may make you think twice about things," they wrote.
On June 27 'Freedom Fighter Times' decided to use the storm photograph to support its theory about CERN. It published the picture on Youtube and shared concerns about what may be happening in the laboratory below.
"CERN is notorious for opening portals and then denying it; something very strange was captured in the clouds above the Large Hadron Collider just recently," they wrote.
"Below is a photo of an isolated storm captured by Joelle Rodrigue on June 24th 2016. The cloud looks to be rotating in a circular motion and some have claimed to see a face in the lightning filled cloud. Last year we reported that there were clear images of demons in the pictures of CERNs beams. Could this be an outer manifestation of one?"