Are RFID Computer Chips the new Mark of the Beast?

John saw it “rise up out of the sea, having seven heads and ten horns, and upon his horns ten crowns, and upon his heads the name of blasphemy.” (Revelation 13:1) It was like a leopard, with feet like the feet of a bear, and had a mouth like a lion.


I had an interesting conversation with friends about how computer chips now control our lives in many, many ways. The question was raised, “Are computer chips the new mark of the beast?

Before we get into a serious discussion on this topic, please watch this short, and funny, video titled “What gender are computers?“:

Now that you have both male and female views on the gender of computers let’s talk about the brains of every computer, the computer chip.

It’s the computer chip that we find everywhere today. Today we find computer chips not just in our cars, computers, embedded in our credit cards, in medical equipment like pace makers and at the check out counter of your local grocery story/supermarket but now under peoples skins, literally! They are called Radio-Frequency IDentification transponders or RFIDs.

More onerous is that people are now putting computer chips into their bodies for pleasure and pain.

Computer Chips and Radio-Frequency IDentification transponders (RFID)

In an April 5th, 2021 BBVA Open Mind article titled, “Technology Under Your Skin: 3 Challenges of Microchip ImplantsAhmed Banafa reported:

As technology continues to get closer to merge with our bodies, from the smartphones in our hands to the smartwatches on our wrists to earbuds. Now, it’s getting under our skin literally with a tiny microchip. human microchip implant is typically an identifying integrated circuit device or RFID (Radio-Frequency IDentification) transponder encased in silicate glass and implanted in the body of a human being. This type of subdermal implant usually contains a unique ID number that can be linked to information contained in an external database, such as personal identification, law enforcement, medical history, medications, allergies, and contact information.

In Sweden, thousands have had microchips inserted into their hands. The chips are designed to speed up users’ daily routines and make their lives more convenient — accessing their homes, offices and gyms is as easy as swiping their hands against digital readers. Chips also can be used to store emergency contact details, social media profiles or e-tickets for events and rail journeys. [Emphasis added]

Read more.

Banafa in his column listed three “challenges” the third and most important challenge was:

The third challenge is Society: As individuals try to grapple with the privacy and security implications that come with technologies like IoT, big data, public- and private-sector data breaches, social media sharing, GDPR, a new California privacy law CCPA, along with data ownership and “right to be forgotten” provisions, along comes a set of technologies that will become much more personal than your smartphone or cloud storage history, and the tiny chip under your skin is sitting at the top of the list of these technologies, posing new risks and threats. [Emphasis added]

This idea of implanting chips, or chipping, has become popular in other areas such as gambling and computer gaming.

QUESTION: Will chip implants become the new way to control us?

Computers, Chips and Control

In a February 10th, 2019 column titled “Microchips and Their Potential Influence on Gambling” wrote:

Today, microchips are no longer associated with sci-fi novels. The millimeter-sized gear is installed in your palm to turn it into a next-gen controller. Chips may cost you from $30 to $340, and are readily available thanks to biohacking firms. But, are they really so widespread?

  • The UK. As of 2018, BioTeq produced 150 human microchip implants. They are used to access offices and cars or to store medical data. Big firms also consider microchipping their employees to manage their work efficiently.
  • The USA. Patrick McMullan and his Three Square Market work on advanced RFID chips, which provide for higher security (for managing sensitive data) and accuracy (for pacemakers).
  • Sweden. The stats show that more than 4000 people in Sweden have already implanted microchips in their bodies. They use Biohax chips as unique passcodes or signatures to pay in shops and even travel with Swedish railways SJ.
  • Germany. Thousands of citizens use chips created by I am ROBOT as alternatives to their credit cards, keys, and data storages. Ultimately, these devices can be used to facilitate any task related to regular activity.

The society grows suspicious about such implants as they can potentially track everything you do and leak this data. Physicians have doubts about the safety of human microchipping, while large enterprises are getting increasingly interested in the devices and consider using them for employees.

Today, we see a Swedish company named Epicenter developing microchip technology that is now being implanted under people’s skin in order to track their Wuhan (Covid-19) vaccination status. Watch:

Danger, Danger Will Robinson – Microchip Passports!

In a 05-01-2022  article titled “How implantable COVID passport chips are a dangerous idea” Robin Mitchell warned:

Let’s examine how implantable vaccine passports can quickly fuel distrust. Whether you agree with the COVID vaccine or not (there is ample evidence that COVID vaccine mandates are unethical and unnecessary), vaccines, in general, have been one of mankind’s greatest medical achievements. National programs to eliminate viruses such as measles, mumps, rubella, and polio ensure that future generations never again deal with genuinely fatal infections.

Such programs rely on trust, which is why vaccine mandates never work and education is everything. Conspiracy theories surrounding vaccines and microchips often float around, which prevents the vaccination of a tiny proportion of the population. Still, the evidence to support such conspiracy theories is often non-existent.

The moment a company develops an actual microchip that can be delivered with a vaccine suddenly presents the microchip theorists with all the ammunition they need, the idea of the COVID vaccine having a microchip becomes an indisputable fact. Even though the chip has limited tracking capabilities and only proves that the user has been vaccinated, such points can quickly be convoluted and misunderstood. Thus, trust in vaccines and researchers is diminished rapidly.

When engineers apply technology to a problem to create a solution, it is essential for engineers to understand how their solution will affect the wider world. Technology has never been more personal than it is today, and the relationship between technology and the individual will continue to become more intertwined. [Emphasis added]

Read the full article.

QUESTION: Is the Microchip Passport designed to hold information or hold people hostage to government mandates?

The Bottom Line

I have written about how technology can be used for both good and evil. Technology has become ubiquitous, it is everywhere. Our children and grandchildren are becoming more addicted to technology, as they do so the evil side may rear its ugly head.

On June 25th, 2015 The Guardian reported:

Apple’s early-adopting, outspoken co-founder Steve Wozniak thinks humans will be fine if robots take over the world because we’ll just become their pets.

After previously stating that a robotic future powered by artificial intelligence (AI) would be “scary and very bad for people” and that robots would “get rid of the slow humans”, Wozniak has staged a U-turn and says he now thinks robots taking over would be good for the human race.

Will microchips imbedded under our skins turn us into human robots? Will we be now tracked, monitored, controlled and more importantly are we being “taken over” by these microchips?

In my article “Cyber Security: Where are we now and where are we headed?” I warned:

The more we tune in, turn on and hook in to technology the greater the threat to individual privacy and freedom.

Will your grandchild become a microchip’s pet? It is immoral to have a human become the “pet” of a microchip? Is the subcutaneous microchip the new “mark of the beast”?

BTW: Pet is another name for slave.

©Dr. Rich Swier. All rights reserved.

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  1. kris fisher
    kris fisher says:

    When will enough people WAKE UP and realize these globalist control freaks hate us and want to kill or at least control our every second of existence???

    Reply

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