Prophecy Sign: Technology for the 'Mark of the Beast'Technology is merging with humanity, (video below), which is rapidly bringing about the right conditions for the coming 'Mark of the Beast'. This mark will be much more than some form of ID or techno gadget, but will in fact re-write the human DNA to become something beyond the creation of God. This is why humanity is so purposely warned NOT the take the mark during the Tribulation.
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
Human Genetic Modification: Are We Destroying Ourselves?
They are called Transhumanists and their predictions would outrage most religious or spiritual people; namely because they call upon us all to question what exactly it is to be human. Followers of the Transhumanist movement think we can, and should, improve the human condition through the use of advanced technologies like cloning, nanotech and genetic engineering. They believe not only that eternal life may be possible this way, but that we can boost our intellectual, physical and psychological abilities far beyond what we’re naturally capable of. Transhumanist thinkers look at the potential benefits of emerging technologies and how they might help us overcome fundamental human limitations, as well as the ethics of developing and using them.
Ingenious molecular mechanisms in the age of transformable DNA
Is Microchip Implanting For Humans A Possibility In The Near Future?
Of course, there is a debate going on in expert corridors whether these kinds of implants are safe for humans or not. Even if not the ordinary citizens, these chips might be the thin line between life and death for war zone soldiers and journalists. As Alex Soojung-Kim Pang, a Stanford University’s visiting scholar said, “In the long run, chip implants could make it less intrusive than some emerging ID systems which rely on physical biometrics (like your fingerprints or unique eye pattern).”