Are Human Microchips the Mark of the Beast?

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In the pursuit of ever-increasing consumerism, companies that sell products and services are always on the look-out for faster, more reliable and highest-security payment processing processes and tools.

These days, you can text in your coffee order, use a credit card to pre-pay the order from your remote device (phone, tablet, whatever), and pick it up in a special delivery line. All sorts of merchants are getting onboard with this consumer-centric model of product fulfillment.

As mentioned before, the incessant tide of mass consumption is driving technological developments. Case in point:

The big news on Conspiracy Street in late July 2017 was that Three Square Market, a Wisconsin company claimed they had 50 employees – half the workforce – agree voluntarily to have “rice-sized” microchips embedded in the fleshy bit between thumb and index finger.

Turns out the microchips are rather larger than a grain of rice. Is this the first is a series of insidious lies about the purpose, healthiness, and wisdom of sub-cutaneous computer chips?

USA Today reported that 3 Square Market’s CEO Todd Westby made this company statement:

     “Eventually, this technology will become standardized allowing you to use this as your passport, public transit, all purchasing opportunities, etc.”

Uh huh. Investigations into this trendy topic raise many more questions than they answer.

What on earth would motivate anyone to permit a radio-frequency based device to be inserted into any part of their body? The answer is simple: So the employees may open doors, logon to their computers, and purchase items at the company store more readily.

No more fumbling around with a wallet and e-card – or even a cell phone: just hold up your hand to the scanner-thingy and, presto! “Transaction Completed” with your account debited.

Does anyone else around here think this might just be a Very Bad Idea? The effects of constant low radio frequencies (RF) close to the human body, like those emitted from your cell phone even when it is turned off, are unknown, but it appears they can alter tissues, especially those in the brains of developing children.

Personal health issues aside, employee voluntary chipping programs might be trending today, but what happens tomorrow? New corporate policy says get chipped or get fired?

Microchips, like tattoos, are used by law enforcement agencies as identifying marks. Why make it easy for Them to track Us the People?

Microchipping was invented to solve the problem of the illegal substitution of a look-alike horse in a high-stakes race. Now more and more equine associations and institutions are requiring this “veterinary ID” that establishes unequivocally the identity of animal and owner.

From horses to livestock and on to household pets, microchips have become common-place enough that the only thing left to chip is Us the People.

But are we mere chattel of the Cartel?

No less an authority than the Bible cautions future generations about something that sounds an awful lot like the kind of microchipping going on in Wisconsin and elsewhere. The Book of Revelation 13:16-17 asserts:

     “He [the beast?] causes all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hand or on their foreheads, and that no one may buy or sell except one who has the mark or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.”

Being forced to get chipped or starve is bad enough, but John the Apostle provided this additional intel from a near-by angel:

     “If anyone worships the beast and his image, and receives his mark on his forehead or on his hand, he himself shall also drink of the wine of the wrath of God, which is poured out full strength into the cup of His indignation. He shall be tormented with fire and brimstone in the presence of the holy angels and in the presence of the Lamb.” (Revelation 14:9-10)

You don’t have to regard the Bible as a reliable source of accurate information, but it was right about the giants.

“To chip or not to chip: that is the question.”

Where do you stand?


2 Comments
  1. Post Author

    Mark of the Beast? Maybe.
    But the concern should be who controls the net of chip.
    Those who control the net of chip control all who takes it.
    No Thanks.

  2. Post Author

    Photos are circulating online showing the inserted chip a month later. The insertion site is red and angry – infected – and the hand does not look at happy.

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