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Friday, November 8, 2013

Crispr technique heralds genetic revolution

Prophecy Sign:  The 'mark of the beast'


While technology is rapidly expanding that will hasten the buy and sell component of the future 'mark of the Beast', other more sinister technologies are also rapidly expanding that may become the basis of the 'mark'. We believe that this future mark will have much to do with genetics, and will be an unalterable offer that will change any person that takes the mark forever.  He or she will essentially become Humanity 2.0, an upgrade so to speak.  This is why people are warned, even by an Angel sent by God, to not take the mark.  To do so would forever condemn the person taking it to a certainty of Hell.  For more information on this interpretation of the Mark of the Beast, we would suggest reading the works of Tom Horn, Doug Hamp or Rob Skiba.

A third angel followed them and said in a loud voice: “If anyone worships the beast and its image and receives its mark on their forehead or on their hand, they, too, will drink the wine of God’s fury, which has been poured full strength into the cup of his wrath. They will be tormented with burning sulfur in the presence of the holy angels and of the Lamb. Revelation 14:9-10 NIV

Exclusive: 'Jaw-dropping' breakthrough hailed as landmark in fight against hereditary diseases as Crispr technique heralds genetic revolution
A breakthrough in genetics – described as “jaw-dropping” by one Nobel scientist – has created intense excitement among DNA experts around the world who believe the discovery will transform their ability to edit the genomes of all living organisms, including humans. The development has been hailed as a milestone in medical science because it promises to revolutionise the study and treatment of a range of diseases, from cancer and incurable viruses to inherited genetic disorders such as sickle-cell anaemia and Down syndrome. For the first time, scientists are able to engineer any part of the human genome with extreme precision using a revolutionary new technique called Crispr, which has been likened to editing the individual letters on any chosen page of an encyclopedia without creating spelling mistakes. The landmark development means it is now possible to make the most accurate and detailed alterations to any specific position on the DNA of the 23 pairs of human chromosomes without introducing unintended mutations or flaws, scientists said.

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