Jul 242017

Here is a headline from today’s tech news…

A Wisconsin company will let employees use microchip implants to buy snacks and open door

The article, found here, explains that employees will have chips implanted in their hands so they can purchase snacks and gain access.  Here’s a snippet from the guy who provides the technology:  . . .  Westby speculates on a future where RFID chip technology is used for “your passport, public transit, all purchasing opportunities,” . . .

That was just published.   Now compare it to something published around 2000 years ago:

The second beast was empowered to give life to the image of the first beast so that it could speak, and could cause all those who did not worship the image of the beast to be killed. He also caused everyone (small and great, rich and poor, free and slave ) to obtain a mark on their right hand or on their forehead. Thus no one was allowed to buy or sell things unless he bore the mark of the beast – that is, his name or his number.  – Revelation 13:15‭-‬17 NET

I will let you draw your own conclusions, but consider what a little more hacking and identity theft might do to public opinion regarding implanted chips.

 Posted by at 2:12 pm

  2 Responses to “A 2000 year old description of an RFID chip with an ID number?”

  1. It doesn’t even need hacking. Just a little more “terrorism” and a little more federalized healthcare. Public opinion on these is already way too positive for my liking. They were talking about it on the radio yesterday and only one person said no. Sadly it was the producer so I doubt he was screening the calls against his own beliefs.

    • I know. We went from swiping a credit card to using a chip really fast. It’s only a matter of time until people start wanting the chip in their hand.

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