The main passage in the Bible that mentions the “mark of the beast” is Revelation 13:15-18. Other references can be found in Revelation 14:9, 11, 15:2, 16:2, 19:20, and 20:4. This mark acts as a seal for the followers of Antichrist and the false prophet (the spokesperson for the Antichrist). The false prophet (the second beast) is the one who causes people to take this mark. The mark is literally placed in the hand or forehead and is not simply a card someone carries.
The recent breakthroughs in medical implant chip and RFID technologies have increased interest in the mark of the beast spoken of in Revelation chapter 13. It is possible that the technology we are seeing today represents the beginning stages of what may eventually be used as the mark of the beast. It is important to realize that a medical implant chip is not the mark of the beast. The mark of the beast will be something given only to those who worship the Antichrist. Having a medical or financial microchip inserted into your right hand or forehead is not the mark of the beast. The mark of the beast will be an end-times identification required by the Antichrist in order to buy or sell, and it will be given only to those who worship the Antichrist.
Many good expositors of Revelation differ widely as to the exact nature of the mark of the beast. Besides the implanted chip view, other speculations include an ID card, a microchip, a barcode that is tattooed into the skin, or simply a mark that identifies someone as being faithful to the Antichrist’s kingdom. This last view requires the least speculation, since it does not add any more information to what the Bible gives us. In other words, any of these things are possible, but at the same time they are all speculations. We should not spend a lot of time speculating on the precise details.
The meaning of 666 is a mystery as well. Some speculated that there was a connection to June 6, 2006—06/06/06. However, in Revelation chapter 13, the number 666 identifies a person, not a date. Revelation 13:18 tells us, “This calls for wisdom. If anyone has insight, let him calculate the number of the beast, for it is man’s number. His number is 666.” Somehow, the number 666 will identify the Antichrist. For centuries Bible interpreters have been trying to identify certain individuals with 666. Nothing is conclusive. That is why Revelation 13:18 says the number requires wisdom. When the Antichrist is revealed (2 Thessalonians 2:3-4), it will be clear who he is and how the number 666 identifies him.
That is if you believe the conspiracy theories that claim we will all be secretly micro-chipped by the end of next year.
It may sound like an Orwellian nightmare, but the technology to implant RFID chips into human beings and track their every move has been there for years.
RFID stands for radio frequency identification, and uses electromagnetic fields to automatically identify and track tags attached to objects, including an implanted chip.
A growing conspiracy theory claims we will all soon be chipped through vaccination programmes and at birth, or be forced to have a contactless microchip instead of money.
As with all conspiracies, there are variations on the theory and they vary in extremeness.
At the bottom end is the claim that world governments will phase out cash so the only way you can buy anything is with an implanted chip that can then be used to ID and monitor you.
Next up is the theory that the chips will be secretly implanted into children and some adults through vaccination programmes.
The most extreme claim ties in with religious conspiracy theorists.
They have said the implanted RFID chip will stand for the Mark of the Beast as referred to in the Book of Revelation.
Again, all humans will be forced to take an implant, so those in power can know our every detail and monitor our every move.
Who Makes the RFID Chip Implants?
Our first company is actually a Swedish startup (no surprise there) that’s turning the “Internet of Things” into the “Internet of Us” with their implantable RFID chip for humans. Founded in 2012, Swedish startup Biohax has taken in an undisclosed amount of funding to develop a hardware product along with workshops and lectures that educate people about “biohacking”. Their RFID tag itself, the NTAG216, is actually made by NXP Semiconductors.
Three Square Market is chipping its employees (who volunteer) with passive RFID (radio-frequency identification) chips. These chips are activated when they are in the proximity of radio-frequency waves generated by a reader. Once the chip is “awake,” the reader has access to the information embedded in the chip. The effective range of most RFID readers is a few millimeters to a few meters. However, range can vary dramatically depending on the power of the system being used to read the chips.
Importantly, these RFID chips are not GPS chips like the ones you put into cats and dogs. They cannot be used (generally speaking) to follow you to the restroom or find you if you are lost, unless you are in close proximity to a reader.
Getting chipped is incredibly easy. It’s a nonsurgical procedure. A person (who is trained and regulated about as rigorously as someone who pierces ears at a jewelry store) injects the chip under your skin. The most common place is on the top of your hand between your thumb and index finger. Once the chip is implanted, you can see and feel its outline under your skin. I am told RFID chips are easy to remove. I haven’t had one implanted, so I don’t know if “easy” equates to painless, although people who have had the experience say it’s like removing a splinter.
Despite these concerns, others say there are huge benefits to using RFID.
“At least 30 million people carry an RFID tag on them every day in their car keys or in their access control card to get into their office building or to buy gas or to pay a toll,” wrote RFID Journal’s Roberti. “Everywhere RFID has been rolled out in the consumer environment, consumers have overwhelmingly embraced it.”
One new consumer application is in credit cards. Consumers could simply wave a credit card containing a passive chip at an RFID reader to pay for their purchases.
While there is concern that hackers could remotely read the card information, supporters argue it would be easier for merchants, and the speed of the processing time could shave off more than a dozen seconds per transaction, which would add up. They also say transactions would be no more or less secure than they are today.
“That is, if you buy stuff today with a credit card, that information is stored in a database,” Roberti wrote. “When or if RFID is used to record sales, data will go in a database, the same one in fact. If the government wants access to the RFID data or the bar code data, it’s essentially the same thing.”
The controversy and discussion about RFID technology will not end anytime soon. But both sides agree that a sizable dose of debate is needed to hammer out the kinks. Meanwhile, the technology is appearing in an increasing number of places — though even if you look around, you still might miss it.
RFID chips are increasingly exploited in healthcare, but not always under such dramatic circumstances. They are being used, for example, to address the emerging threats of diversion, theft and counterfeit of medications—from commonly used drugs, such as statins, to narcotics that are resold on the street. However, while politicians and government agencies consider their use in healthcare settings, privacy and consumer advocates worry about the safety and the possible abuse of RFID technology.
As prices for RFID chips and readers have fallen, the technology has been taken up commercially, especially by retail giants such as Wal-Mart in the USA, Tesco and Marks & Spencer in the UK, and Metro in Germany, which use them to track their inventory from suppliers, through their warehouses and into stores. The US Department of Defense is also a big fan, using RFID technology to identify food, munitions and other items inside the containers that it ships all over the world. The healthcare industry is looking to RFID not only to manage their supply chain, but also to prevent infants from being switched in hospital nurseries, to track Alzheimer’s sufferers and to link patients to their medical records. Robert Cornick, Vice President of Zebra Technologies (Vernon Hills, IL, USA), the leading manufacturer of systems to print RFID tags, said, “Healthcare is an emerging market for RFID. It is expected to become a very close number two after retail.” IDTechEx, a market research firm in Cambridge, UK, estimates that the market for RFID systems in healthcare will rise from US$90 million in 2006 to US$2.1 billion in 2016.
The healthcare industry is looking to RFID not only to manage their supply chain, but also to prevent infants from being switched in hospital nurseries, to track Alzheimer’s sufferers and to link patients to their medical records
Although most RFID applications have garnered little criticism, VeriChip’s efforts to implant humans with chips have been highly debated. VeriChip and its parent company Applied Digital have been developing implantable RFID chips for the past 15 years, primarily to tag livestock and pets. The company began marketing its technology for humans after the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA; Rockville, MD) approved its VeriMed™ RFID system as a medical device in 2004. About 200 people in the USA now carry the chip, which contains a 16-digit identifier linked to their individual medical record in a central database. According to Kevin McLaughlin, President of VeriChip, “We are in our first roll-out phase here in the USA. We will get to Europe eventually, probably within three years.”
The chips, which measure 12 mm by 2.1 mm, are treated with a chemical before implantation to discourage their migration within the body. The procedure costs US$200–400 and recipients must pay an annual fee to maintain their records on VeriChip’s password-protected online database. According to McLaughlin, the company charges US$20 a year for a basic record, and US$80 a year for a complete personal health record. “What [VeriChip is] offering now is a patient health record that could save somebody’s life in an emergency situation,” McLaughlin said. “There are 45 million at-risk patients in the US today. These are people with diabetes, cancer, coronary heart disease, stroke, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, cognitive impairments, seizure disorders and Alzheimer’s, and people with complex medical device implants, such as pacemakers, stents, joint replacements and organ transplants. There are just so many in the group that could wind up in an emergency room, unconscious and unable to communicate for themselves.”
“As every man is death, and the whole world seems to be a kind of death and destruction. This is clearly shown in the Scriptures, but the human race knew the truth, not knowing the Scriptures. Both philosophers and common people believed impermanence of the world and even knew how to how to make the end of the world — let the extermination ground fire. Ovid in his poem speaks so: mare ardibit (sea will burn). Seneca fire extermination of all that exists, too, says: omnia uno igne ardebunt (all burned by the fire). “
“The end of the world, the end of the world, apocalypse, doomsday, or — as a qualitative change of the existing cosmic order, on the minds of people for the past many centuries. This question is concerned about how people who truly believe in Christ, and yet have come to conscious faith. First — because they firmly know that can not come true Word of God, the Second Coming of Christ and the Last Judgment is inevitable, the second — a subconscious fear of death, the inner sense of immortality of the soul, the possible existence of life after death are pushing to find the answer to is not allowed for yourself questions. But one way or another, most people wants to know — when doomsday comes? When the Lord comes to judge the world, steeped in sin?
Almost two thousand years since the coming of Christ has been repeatedly anticipated end of the world people, assigned various dates indicated certain signs near this terrible day. Simple arithmetic end of every century and marked the beginning of a new increase in those expectations. “
“Despite the fact that the word of God does not include the time end of the world, people are always making attempts to determine precisely this great moment, followed by the resurrection of the dead and the Judgment Seat of Christ. Social disasters like famine, war, epidemic of diseases — cholera, plague, pestilence, always helped to spread to the masses in the belief that the world is our living out their last days.
But hardly ever been so strong and universal expectation of the end of the world in the west, in the outcome of the first millennium of the Christian era, which served as a basis the words of the Apocalypse: a thousand years, Satan will be released from his prison and seduce the nations which are in the four countries of the earth. The book of life is opened and the sea cast out of their dead, and each will be judged according to their deeds Those who sits on the throne of the great shining. And it will be a new heaven and a new earth.
This is because, you guessed it, Satan really runs the NWO, and is returning to Earth, and this is how he will control everyone.
In an article about the conspiracy, it said: “What is presented on this page is not fantasy, or our idea of something that could happen in the near future.
“Every item here will tell you about advances in technology that either are in place, or in the end stages of development and about to be released.
“Every item here will show you not only the plan, but the actual tools that the NWO has in place to track you right now at this very moment to monitor you, and control you.”
It said it would be a worldwide system that collects and gathers information, and ties it in with personal records of all kinds.
It added: “This will culminate in a chip, implanted in your body, that will personally connect you to the system.
This is because, you guessed it, Satan really runs the NWO, and is returning to Earth, and this is how he will control everyone.
“Today you see that information is already being collected when you use your debit card, the loyalty card at the supermarket, your car has computer chips that enable it to function – everything is controlled by a chip that feeds the information to various databases around the world. Even the Internet itself is part of this system.
“We have become a worldwide, connected society whose every move is being tracked and cataloged.
For now, it’s all voluntary, and the New World Order has to reply on making cool devices to lure us in to wanting to be tracked – iPhone, smart phones, RFID chips – but the day is coming where you will be forced to have a chip put inside your body.
When that day comes, you will know who the Antichrist is because he will be the one in power over the whole world.
Accepting that chip will mean you side with the Antrichrist, and against God.”
So what is the reality?
Scientists have experimented with RFID implants for several years.
In 1998 the British scientist Kevin Warwick had an implant to open doors and switch on lights, which was removed nine days later.
By March 2009 British scientist Mark Gasson had an advanced glass capsule RFID device surgically implanted into his left hand.
His implant was infected with a computer virus, and he used it to infect other computers.
There implants are used to locate missing pets, and there has been much debate about the value of using them to find missing people or fugitives, but with that comes all the concerns over privacy and repression.
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The genocidal depopulation plan generally involves poisoning or sterilizing people through the use of chem. trails or water fluoridation. Agribusinesses transnational like Monsanto are often implicated in some sort of scheme to monopolize the world’s food supply so it can be easily tainted with deadly toxins. Just about anything that can be said to involve “chemicals” can be implicated in this nefarious scheme: vaccines, alleged covert geo-engineering schemes, genetically modified food, etc. Variants of the theory include those with an anti-abortion tinge who incorporate conspiracy theories about Planned Parenthood, and AIDS conspiracy theorists who believe AIDS was concocted in a laboratory for the purpose of reducing the population. Another variant, largely attributable to Lyndon La Roche, has worldwide nuclear war as part of the conspirators’ alleged plan along with a deliberate economic collapse and de-industrialization to force the world back into a “new dark age.”