Microsoft ♥Hearts♥ the Mark of the Beast?
Just got an interesting email from a former Microsoft employee. It seems that like a growing number of companies, Microsoft issues RFID key tags to employees allowing access to certain areas. Nothing surprising there, but apparently some of the employees have taken this a step further and are voluntarily having themselves privately implanted with a VeriChip® in order to make things easier.
They have discovered that the 125Mhz frequency used by these key tags is identical to the one used in the VeriChip® by vets and animal shelters to identify lost pets: "I know this because my vet's tag scanner picks up (the RFID tags) on my key fobs by accident sometimes, and they use a LifeChip® based scanner." said my source. This is not a unique situation by any means. There are many websites with people that have done this for convenience, and the "cool factor".
And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond,
to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads:
How telling is it that the new bible versions change that word "in" to "on"? Just one small change makes a big difference, doesn't it?
It is common knowledge that Microsoft has recently partnered with VeriChip®, thereby linking the FDA approved LifeChip® with their "HealthVault®" medical data storage website. FDA approval of this chip erases any doubts as to it's purpose: to be implanted in humans. The timing of this partnership is also troubling to say the least, considering the American government's push for universal health care and centralized health records. And with the constant media propaganda promising Swine flu lurking in the shadows for the fall, could the subsequent massive vaccinations also serve as a widespread field test of the logistics of mass RFID implantation?
And if thy right
hand offend thee, cut it off, and cast it from thee: for it is profitable
for thee that one of thy members should perish, and not that thy whole body
should be cast into hell.
Some say that once a person takes this mark they will no longer desire or be able to become a Christian. But is it possible that this verse illustrates a way out for anyone that may have taken the mark out of ignorance, and subsequently desires to become a Christian?
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