gotzone (gotzone) wrote,
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a microCHIP OFF THE OL' BEAST

I haven't written in a while, and i'm sorry for that. besides trying to educate the "public", I also need to note these instances and information for myself.

I was looking over my bookmarked links, and came across an article, "The Microchip and Mark of the Beast: A Stronger reason to Prepare than Earth Changes, that stirs up the old microchip = mark of the beast debate.
when I was in elementary school, the school board instigated a measure to give all students in the district a name/lunch tag that would be scanned after we reached the end of the lunch line. everyone accepted the explanation that this was to make lunch money-charging easier and perhaps more precise. when scanned, the tag records what time the student completed the transaction, how much money was spent, and simple lunch-oriented things like that. who cares, anyway, what a kid eats for lunch and what time he eats it?

what's actually happening here is that an individual is being recorded, and the information is being stored for the bi-weekly (or monthly, or whatever duration of time the lunch bill is covering) bill.

another thing that's becoming more and more prominent is microchip implantation in animals. allegedly, this is for identifying the animal if it becomes lost and found, or if for some reason you need to prove your ownership. this is an optional "bonus" you can sign your pet up for, but sometimes you don't have a choice. when I adopted my cat from the local human society, I found out that all the animals in the shelter (and it's like this almost everywhere) are injected with this chip. once again, people accept this forced implantation for the supposed safety of their pets. the safety of their children too, is another reason most people are entering mircochipmania. last week while I was getting my hair cut, I overheard a woman say: "I just don't see why they can't put microchips in those kids, it'd be so much safer! I read something about that before, where they put a microchip in a kid and if he gets lost, they'd always know where he lives!" yeah, that's amazing.

these things individually and in themselves are not that big of a deal if you view them as a "here and now" kind-of occurrence. BUT! if you're familiar with the "big picture" and don't harbor a naive trusting of the government's motives, then you'll see where the proverbial dots start to connect.

the trouble begins when people get used to the "convenience" of human barcodes, when people see having a microchip in their skin as a wonderful sign of the times, so to speak. the most obvious reason for not hooking yourself into the world's radar is that eventually, people (or the GOVERNMENT) will decide that since barcodes are so useful for keeping track of bills, and since microchips are so good at identifying people (and not as easy to misplace as a wallet), why not combine the two and create (if it's not already created, then it's definitely in the works)a microchip that holds ALL of your information (credit & debit cards, past medical history, current and past residential residences - you get the picture). because most americans today are way into convince, this will be like a miracle.

of course, the government will offer it willingly at first. but then it will require "identification chips" for all criminals, mentally ill, and other people society incorrectly views as lesser-beings. there will be recommendations from "EXPERTS" , governments, and the media to install a 'chip into your kid. at some point, or maybe in the beginning, they might introduce some kind of tracking-device. everyone will start agreeing with this too, because after all, aren't children kidnapped right and left? won't tracking "criminals" be easier this way? why, yes! tracing people will be much easier. but claiming this will knock off some odd percentage of crime is ridiculous! for instance, let's say that Karlie Brucia had a microchip. by the time anyone would have noticed her missing/by the time her mother would realize something was a bit off, the microchip wouldn't be of any use. the only thing found by the chip would be her dead body. if kidnappers/murders/et cetera realize that they could be "tracked", this will only inspire them to finish their intent sooner. it's well-believed now that most murders from kidnappings take place quickly after the abduction. in the cases where the victim isn't snuffed out immediately, the microchips would be no bigger deal than now. usually if the victim is allowed to live, then chances are higher that they will be let go, escape, or rescued by the police.
also, what is to say that an "enemy of the state" or rather, an enemy of the illuminati, maitreya, the antichrist won't be framed? it would be easy to silence someone with too much knowledge, or worse (for them) proof if you had your own "proof" of their placement in a crime via the microchip. who would doubt the government, anyway?

soon everyone will be ragin' for the chippin'!

and because the same evil force is behind all governments, this will be a world-wide epidemic. but, to keep the front up for just a little while longer, the usa might offer this technology to any and every country as a "goodwill effort".

or, as one theory goes, when the USA is attacked by the UN (WHICH WE ALL KNOW IS POWERED BY MAITREYA) it will be required to have a microchip.

who knows, with the current wacky (yet eerily predictable) "PATRIOT" ACT, all this may happen sooner than later.


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anyway, points of interest in the article mentioned above (which I highly recommend reading):

-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. 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. Revelation 13:16-17


- the author also points out that in 1999 a website appeared and claimed that they would give $250 to anyone willing to have a microchip put in their HAND. of course, the site later said it was a hoax. but since so many people volunteered, perhaps this was a (successful) attempt by the government to see whether or not people would WILLINGLY be a part of this.


also, the article mentions a way to live WITHOUT accepting the mark of the beast, you should really pay attention to that.




THANKS TO
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I haven't written in a while, and i'm sorry for that. besides trying to educate the "public", I also need to note these instances and information for myself.

I was looking over my bookmarked links, and came across an article, "<a href="http://www.metatech.org/microchip_mark_of_the_beast.html">The Microchip and Mark of the Beast: A Stronger reason to Prepare than Earth Changes</a>, that stirs up the old microchip = mark of the beast debate.
when I was in elementary school, the school board instigated a measure to give all students in the district a name/lunch tag that would be scanned after we reached the end of the lunch line. everyone accepted the explanation that this was to make lunch money-charging easier and perhaps more precise. when scanned, the tag records what time the student completed the transaction, how much money was spent, and simple lunch-oriented things like that. who cares, anyway, what a kid eats for lunch and what time he eats it?

what's actually happening here is that an individual is being recorded, and the information is being stored for the bi-weekly (or monthly, or whatever duration of time the lunch bill is covering) bill.

another thing that's becoming more and more prominent is microchip implantation in animals. allegedly, this is for identifying the animal if it becomes lost and found, or if for some reason you need to prove your ownership. this is an optional "bonus" you can sign your pet up for, but sometimes you don't have a choice. when I adopted my cat from the local human society, I found out that all the animals in the shelter (and it's like this almost everywhere) are injected with this chip. once again, people <i>accept</i> this forced implantation for the supposed safety of their pets. the safety of their children too, is another reason most people are entering mircochipmania. last week while I was getting my hair cut, I overheard a woman say: "I just don't see why they can't put microchips in those kids, it'd be so much safer! I read something about that before, where they put a microchip in a kid and if he gets lost, they'd always know where he lives!" yeah, that's <i>amazing</i>.

these things individually and in themselves are not that big of a deal if you view them as a "here and now" kind-of occurrence. BUT! if you're familiar with the "big picture" and don't harbor a naive trusting of the government's motives, then you'll see where the proverbial dots start to connect.

the trouble begins when people get used to the "convenience" of human barcodes, when people see having a microchip in their skin as a wonderful sign of the times, so to speak. the most obvious reason for not hooking yourself into the world's radar is that eventually, people (or the GOVERNMENT) will decide that since barcodes are so useful for keeping track of bills, and since microchips are so good at identifying people (and not as easy to misplace as a wallet), why not combine the two and create (if it's not already created, then it's definitely in the works)a microchip that holds ALL of your information (credit & debit cards, past medical history, current and past residential residences - you get the picture). because most americans today are way into convince, this will be like a miracle.

of course, the government will offer it willingly at first. but then it will require "identification chips" for all criminals, mentally ill, and other people society incorrectly views as lesser-beings. there will be recommendations from "EXPERTS" , governments, and the media to install a 'chip into your kid. at some point, or maybe in the beginning, they might introduce some kind of tracking-device. everyone will start agreeing with this too, because after all, aren't children kidnapped right and left? won't tracking "criminals" be easier this way? why, yes! tracing people will be much easier. but claiming this will knock off some odd percentage of crime is ridiculous! for instance, let's say that Karlie Brucia had a microchip. by the time anyone would have noticed her missing/by the time her mother would realize something was a bit off, the microchip wouldn't be of any use. the only thing found by the chip would be her dead body. if kidnappers/murders/et cetera realize that they could be "tracked", this will only inspire them to finish their intent sooner. it's well-believed now that most murders from kidnappings take place quickly after the abduction. in the cases where the victim isn't snuffed out immediately, the microchips would be no bigger deal than now. usually if the victim is allowed to live, then chances are higher that they will be let go, escape, or rescued by the police.
also, what is to say that an "enemy of the state" or rather, an enemy of the illuminati, maitreya, the antichrist won't be framed? it would be easy to silence someone with too much knowledge, or worse (for them) proof if you had your own "proof" of their placement in a crime via the microchip. who would doubt the government, anyway?

soon everyone will be ragin' for the chippin'!

and because the same evil force is behind all governments, this will be a world-wide epidemic. but, to keep the front up for just a little while longer, the usa might offer this technology to any and every country as a "goodwill effort".

or, as one theory goes, when the USA is attacked by the UN (WHICH WE ALL KNOW IS POWERED BY MAITREYA) it will be required to have a microchip.

who knows, with the current wacky (yet eerily predictable) "PATRIOT" ACT, all this may happen sooner than later.


-----------

anyway, points of interest in the article mentioned above (which I highly recommend reading):

-<big>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. 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. Revelation 13:16-17 </big>


- the author also points out that in 1999 a website appeared and claimed that they would give $250 to anyone willing to have a microchip put in their <u><b>HAND</u></b>. of course, the <a href="http://www.idchip.com/s1/why.htm">site</a> later said it was a hoax. but since so many people volunteered, perhaps this was a (successful) attempt by the government to see whether or not people would WILLINGLY be a part of this.


also, the article mentions a way to live WITHOUT accepting the mark of the beast, you should really pay attention to that.




THANKS TO <a href="http://www.metatech.org/"METATECH.ORG</a>!!!
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