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Thursday, February 27, 2014

Why don’t humans have identity chips?

Prophecy Sign:  The 'mark of the Beast' identification system


There are a couple articles below in which we have underlined key points made in the reports.  Combing those key points pretty much describe the coming 'Mark of the Beast' system written of in the book of Revelation. Those points, which are referencing biometric identification systems, tell us that these future systems will have the ability to identify every individual person, make possible daily transactions and can deny a person access to a database.  The future mark of the Antichrist will also identify a person, allow a person to buy and sell and can lock out a person from daily life if they don't have this future mark.  The technology of this much prophesied identification system is now upon us.

It also forced all people, great and small, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hands or on their foreheads,  so that they could not buy or sell unless they had the mark, which is the name of the beast or the number of its name. Revelation 13:16-17 NIV

Why don’t humans have identity chips?
Watching our new dog have his identity chip implanted recently made me wonder why we a  humans don’t have the same process available. A tiny little needle is used to insert the “chip” and the dog barely noticed. I’ve seen bigger needles used for human injections. So the actual implanting wouldn’t be a problem. Human chips could be constructed to contain different kinds of information, which could only be “read” by those entities with a need to know. One would obviously contain your identity — name, address, phone number and perhaps next of kin with a contact number for general identification, especially if you were unable to provide that information yourself. You would use it when you voted, or any other occasion that required identification.

Visa is Exploring Biometric Payment Systems
Apple's iPhone 5S has a fingerprint scanner, and now Samsung's revealed a print-reading Galaxy S5. Each allows for payments to be verified using a swipe of your digits. Is this the possible future of all transactions? Perhaps, and Visa is now exploring the area too to ensure it will be ready for the possible sea-change.

You Can Pay Via Fingerprint With Samsung's Latest Phone

Biometric scanners that can identify people are poised for big growth in building security
That city of the future has already arrived in New York — but it’ll take a whole lot more than a new pair of peepers to trick this setup. An Israeli general is at work on a “biometric security” system that he believes will have New Yorkers tossing out their keys and maybe ditching their doormen, too. Using sophisticated scanners that can recognize a person’s face, voice, build and stride, the system can unlock your door in under two seconds. Any strangers not in the database will be denied access. “This is only the beginning,” says General Aharon Farkash, the founder and president of the firm FST21. “This is the way people will enter buildings in the 21st century.” 


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