I saw an item on slashdot a few days ago that’s been gnawing at me for a while now.  It involves a story about somebody referred to as “Australia’s Geekiest Man” and the fact that in his effort to create a software controlled environemnt that he’s had an RFID tag implanted in his arm.

Currently he’s using this tag as part of the control mechanism he’s concocting.  … doing things like locking and unlocking doors, operating window shades, and all manner of other stuff.  The problem is that there’s a price to be paid for implanting something in your body that had the monstrous potential for tracking and misuse as an RFID tag (or any other kind of tracking device).

Has this man and others like him who have had RFID chips implanted sacrificed their souls?  Probably not yet, because the political / religious world situation hasn’t quite gotten far enough along yet for it to be mandatory for everyone.  However that day is coming soon and then what is going to happen?

The more acceptable this kind of technology is the easier it’s going to be to eventually require people to have it implanted whether they like it or no.  That’s when it’s going to be essential to refuse the things.

Revelation 13:17, “And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.”

Bear in mind that the word “mark” in this scripture actually refers to a puncture, very much like an injection, which is a method used to implant RFID chips.

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