The Prophetic Messenger

A Newsletter From Mysteries From The Word Of God Ministries
May/June 2004 - Volume 6/Issue 3

Ubiquitous Is Here Part III

"16 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: 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. 18 Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six." Revelation 13:16-18

In this issue of The Prophetic Messenger we will take a look at RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) for humans and how plans are being made for worldwide implants.

1.Buying with RFID

For years I have heard many people say that RFID technology is not the mark of the beast. We will show from different news sources that this is the technology for the mark of the beast. An article titled "World's Smallest Microchip Unveiled"(Note 1) says

"Malaysia has bought the rights from a Japanese firm to the world's smallest microchip that can be embedded in everything from currencies to human bodies. Announcing this on Thursday, Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Muhammad said the microchip would boost the global 'anti-terror' war. Mahathir said the revolutionary miniature chip, developed by Japan's FEC Inc., could be combined with current technology to 'greatly prevent the possibilities of terrorist acts' as well as banknote and document counterfeiting. FEC (M) Sdn. Bhd. chief executive Kunioki Ichioka told reporters that the chip can also be inserted into the human body, animals, bullets, credit cards and other items for verification purposes, and can replace price bar codes used to tag products."

In another article titled "Implantable-chip Seminar in D.C. Today", subtitled "Manufacturer of Digital Angel, VeriChip meets with FDA, policy analysts"(Note 2) it says

"A seminar on implantable ID and tracking chips for humans has been convened at the National Academies today in Washington, D.C. Participating in the seminar are officials from Applied Digital Solutions (maker of Digital Angel and VeriChip), the Cato Institute, the Electronic Information Privacy Center and the FDA. .....The program is titled, 'Human Microchip Implantation It's More than Skin Deep.' The following issues were slated for discussion: *What are the possible applications of this technology? *Under what circumstances can a microchip device be used? *Which applications are beneficial and which may have negative consequences to the general public? *What information can be collected and by whom? *Can this technology endanger the bearer?The event follows the FDA's recent decision not to regulate the implantable VeriChip (a radio-frequency identification chip) when used for security, financial and personal identification or safety applications. The decision ended a five-month investigation into the company and its representations of the product.....Controversy is also growing over the company's previous denials that it was not planning on creating or developing implants. Some feel the denials short-circuited the opportunity for adequate public debate and media analysis..... 'ADS' (ADS is Applied Digital Solutions) bald-faced lies to you and the members of your list about its plans in the past should send off warning flares about its intentions and the ethical foundation of its culture,' he wrote....... Cochrane added: 'But it further begs the question I also asked back then of 'How much longer before implants are mandatory by law for all American citizens, and those in the rest of the world?' Cochrane also praised WorldNetDaily's coverage of the company, noting that 'WorldNetDaily broke the Digital Angel story' and 'has done an excellent job of tracking this implant tracking company's machinations.'......In addition, as reported by the Washington Times, a congressional leadership memo outlining the legislation says the project will 'help identify promising technologies and quickly get them into the hands of people who need them.' The seminar also follows the initiation of biometric identification (iris scans) for employees at JFK International airport. ADS has previously suggested that government use its implants for employees at airports and nuclear power plants. They have also suggested the possibility of using the implants in conjunction with biometric scans, for 'foolproof' identification."


These two articles should prove to anyone that RFID technology is being prepared to be used to fulfill Revelation 13:16 -18. This scripture says "16 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: 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. 18 Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six." We are seeing RFID technology being used in three different areas security, financial and personal identification or safety for human implant. We will look at these three areas in more detail to show how they are deceiving people into taking the chip.

a) Security
In a recent article titled "'Smart Gun' Technology Coming For Police"(Note 3) it says

"A new computer chip promises to keep police guns from firing if they fall into the wrong hands. The tiny chip would be implanted in a police officer's hand and would match up with a scanning device inside a handgun. If the officer and gun match, a digital signal unlocks the trigger so it can be fired. But if a child or criminal would get hold of the gun, it would be useless. The technology is the latest attempt to create a so-called 'smart gun' and could be marketed to law enforcement agencies within a year, according to Verichip Corp., which has created the microchip. Verichip president Keith Bolton said that the technology could also improve safety for the military and individual gun owners........ Verichip, which has marketed similar microchips for security and medical purposes, announced Tuesday a partnership with gun maker FN Manufacturing to produce the smart weapons. The companies have developed a prototype and are working to refine its accuracy, Bolton said. ........Verichip's Bolton said those concerns already are being addressed. He said the guns can be designed to work for an officer, his partner and a supervisor. Departments could set routines where the scanning devices in guns could be checked before every shift. The chip needs no battery or power source. It works much like those that have been implanted in pets over the past decade so they can be identified if they get lost. Verichip, a subsidiary of the Palm Beach-based technology firm Applied Digital Solutions, developed a 'more intelligent' version two years ago for humans and estimates that about 900 people worldwide have been implanted with them. The chips can be used instead of security key cards at office buildings or to use global positioning satellites to keep track of a relative who might suffer from Alzheimer's. It can store medical information that emergency rooms could read or financial and identification information to prevent fraud."

b) Financial
These next articles show how RFID technology is being implanted in humans for cashless transactions. In an article titled "Bio-chip Implant Arrives for Cashless Transactions", subtitled "Announcement at global security confab unveils syringe-injectable ID microchip"(Note 4) it says

"At a global security conference held today in Paris, an American company announced a new syringe-injectable microchip implant for humans, designed to be used as a fraud-proof payment method for cash and credit-card transactions. The chip implant is being presented as an advance over credit cards and smart cards, which, absent biometrics and appropriate safeguard technologies, are subject to theft, resulting in identity fraud. Identity fraud costs the banking and financial industry some $48 billion a year, and consumers $5 billion, according to 2002 Federal Trade Commission estimates. In his speech today at the ID World 2003 conference in Paris, France, Scott R. Silverman, CEO of Applied Digital Solutions, called the chip a 'loss-proof solution' and said that the chip's 'unique under-the-skin format' could be used for a variety of identification applications in the security and financial worlds........The company's various 'VeriChips' are RFID chips, which contain a unique identification number and can carry other personal data about the implantee. When radio-frequency energy passes from a scanner, it energizes the chip, which is passive (not independently powered), and which then emits a radio-frequency signal transmitting the chip's information to the reader, which in turn links with a database. ADS has previously touted its radio frequency identification (RFID) chips for secure building access, computer access, storage of medical records, anti-kidnapping initiatives and a variety of law-enforcement applications. The company has also developed proprietary hand-held readers and portal readers that can scan data when an implantee enters a building or room........ In announcing VeriPay to ID World delegates, Silverman stated the implant has 'enormous marketplace potential' and invited banking and credit companies to partner with VeriChip Corporation (a subsidiary of ADS) in developing specific commercial applications beginning with pilot programs and market tests. Applied Digital's announcement in Paris suggested wireless technologies, RFID development, new software solutions, smart-card applications and subdermal implants might one day merge as the ultimate solution for a world fraught with identity theft, threatened by terrorism, buffeted by cash-strapped governments and law-enforcement agencies looking for easy data-collection, and corporations interested in the marketing bonanza that cutting-edge identification, payment, and location-based technologies can afford. Cashless payment systems are now part of a larger technology development subset: government identification experiments that seek to combine cashless payment applications with national ID information on media (such as a "smart" card), which contain a whole host of government, personal, employment and commercial data and applications on a single, contactless RFID chip. In some scenarios, government-corporate coalitions are advocating such a chip be used by employees also to access entry to their workplace and the company computer network, reducing the cost outlay of the corporations for individual ID cards. Malaysia's 'MyKad' national ID 'smart' card is the foremost example."


Another article titled "When Cash Is Only Skin Deep"(Note 5) says

"A Florida company has announced plans to develop a service that would allow consumers to pay for merchandise using microchips implanted under their skin......Although the biochip payment plan may strike some people as a bit X Files-ish, financial transactions using radio frequency identification, or RFID, are already commonplace in some areas. ExxonMobil's Speedpass, for example, is a key-chain fob containing an RFID tag that is linked to the holder's credit card; users wave the fob in front of a scanner integrated into a gas pump, and their fuel purchase is charged to their credit card account within seconds. Recently more than 400 McDonald's restaurants in the greater Chicago area started using the Speedpass system to allow customers to more conveniently buy their burgers and fries. Meanwhile, MasterCard is testing an RFID-enabled credit card called PayPass. Like the Speedpass, the revamped card uses RFID to access the user's financial information and obviates the need for signatures or interactions with store clerks. In an interview with USA Today last week, a senior MasterCard executive said the company is considering integrating its RFID technology into other items, such as pens or earrings. 'Ultimately, it could be embedded in anything -- someday, maybe even under the skin,' the executive said. 'We are the only ones out there offering implantable ID technology,' said Silverman, who announced the 'VeriPay' service during a speech Friday at ID World 2003 in Paris. 'We believe the market will evolve to use our product.'"

In another article titled "Paying for Drinks with Wave of the Hand", subtitled "Club-goers in Spain get implanted chips for ID, payment purposes"(Note 6) says

"Being recognized has never been easier for VIP patrons of the Baja Beach Club in Barcelona, Spain. Like a scene out of a science-fiction movie, all it takes is a syringe-injected microchip implant for the beautiful men and women of the nightclub scene to breeze past a 'reader' that recognizes their identity, credit balance and even automatically opens doors to exclusive areas of the club for them. They can buy drinks and food with a wave of their hand and don't need to worry about losing a credit card or wallet. 'By simply passing by our reader, the Baja Beach Club will know who you are and what your credit balance is,' Conrad K. Chase explains. Chase is director of the Baja Beach Club in Barcelona. 'From the moment of their implantation they will also have free entry and access to the VIP area,' he said. Baja Beach Clubs International is the first firm to employ the 'VeriPay System,' developed by Applied Digital's VeriChip Corporation and announced at an international conference in Paris last year. The company touts this application of the chip implant as an advance over credit cards and smart cards, which, absent biometrics and appropriate safeguard technologies, are subject to theft resulting in identity fraud."


We are seeing this deception of people getting chips in their body and thinking it's a status symbol. Those who receive these chip implants are eternally damned. In Revelation 14: 9-11 it says "9 And the third angel followed them, saying with a loud voice, If any man worship the beast and his image, and receive his mark in his forehead, or in his hand, 10 The same shall drink of the wine of the wrath of God, which is poured out without mixture into the cup of his indignation; and he shall be tormented with fire and brimstone in the presence of the holy angels, and in the presence of the Lamb: 11 And the smoke of their torment ascendeth up for ever and ever: and they have no rest day nor night, who worship the beast and his image, and whosoever receiveth the mark of his name."

c) Personal Identification/Safety
The last reason that is being used to justify human implants is personal identification/safety. In an article titled " Tracking Junior With a Microchip "(Note 7) it says "A Mexican company has launched a service to implant microchips in children as an anti-kidnapping device. Solusat, the Mexican distributor of the VeriChip -- a rice-size microchip that is injected beneath the skin and transmits a 125-kilohertz radio frequency signal -- is marketing the device as an emergency ID under its new VeriKid program. The service has even garnered the backing of Mexico's National Foundation of Investigations of Robbed and Missing Children, which has agreed to promote the service. According to a press release announcing the collaboration, the foundation has estimated that 133,000 Mexican children have been abducted over the past five years........The company envisions placing walk-through scanners -- similar to metal-detector portals used in airports -- in malls, bus stations and other areas where a missing child may appear. The chip also could be used to identify children who are found unconscious, drugged, dead or too young to identify themselves.......The VeriChip is injected under the skin of the upper arm or hip in an outpatient procedure. A special scanner reads the RF signal emitted by the microchip to obtain the device's ID number, which then is entered into a database to access personal data about the individual. Other potential uses of the chip, according to company officials, include scanning unconscious patients to obtain their medical records or restricting access to high-security buildings by scanning workers to verify their clearance.......VeriChip manufacturer Applied Digital Solutions said it plans to roll out the VeriKid service in other countries, including the United States, in the future."

Satan is using these three areas to bring the people into the mark of the beast system. Why are so many Christians asleep to what is happening around the world?

2. Future Plans

Plans are currently underway for a worldwide distribution of human implants in the near future. There are many companies who are suppliers of RFID technology but we will focus on the one supplier who is the leader in developing RFID for use as human implants. This supplier is Applied Digital Solutions (which is the maker of Digital Angel and VeriChip)

a) Distributors and Centers
Here is a list of the U.S. states where authorized Verichip Centers are located: Arizona, Florida, Louisiana, Maryland, New York, South Carolina, Texas, Georgia, Tennessee and Virginia. (see www.adsx.com/prodservpart/verichipcenters.html for more information)

Here are several countries where authorized Verichip Distributors are located:
Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Paraguay, Spain, Uruguay, South Africa, Russia, Columbia and Venezuela. They also have a RV which provides human implants on location. This is the quote from Verichip's website: "The ChipMobile is on the Move! Watch for the Chip Mobile coming to your town!"
(For more information visit the following websites:
www.adsx.com/prodservpart/verichipdist.html,
http://southflorida.bizjournals.com/southflorida/stories/2003/07/21/daily33.html and
http://southflorida.bizjournals.com/southflorida/stories/2003/12/08/daily20.html)
You can see just how many cities and countries are involved with just this one company.

b) Human Implant with GPS tracking
Applied Digital Solutions has recently field tested a new Global Positioning System (GPS) implant for humans called the PLD or 'personal location device'. In an article titled "Gps Implant Makes Debut" subtitled "Company field-tests prototype used to track movements of human host"(Note 8) it says "Applied Digital Solutions, a technology development company, yesterday said it has created and successfully field-tested a prototype of a GPS implant for humans. The dimensions of this initial 'personal location device,' or PLD, prototype are said to be 2.5 inches in diameter by 0.5 inches in depth, roughly the size of a pacemaker. Once inserted into a human, the device can be tracked by Global Positioning Satellite technology and the information relayed wirelessly to the Internet, where an individual's location, movements and vital signs can be stored in a database for future reference. Dr. Peter Zhou, vice president and chief scientist of Applied Digital Solutions, said: 'We're very encouraged by the successful field testing and follow-up laboratory testing of this working PLD prototype. The specially designed antenna is working as planned. While reaching the working prototype stage represents a significant advancement in the development of PLD, we continue to pursue further enhancements, especially with regard to miniaturization and the power supply. We should be able to reduce the size of the device dramatically before the end of this year.' The induction-based power-recharging method is similar to that used to recharge implantable pacemakers, the company said. This recharging technique functions without requiring any physical connection between the power source and the implant. As the process of miniaturization proceeds in the coming months, the company said it expects to be able to shrink the size of the device to at least one-half and perhaps to as little as one-tenth the current size."

We have tried to simplify this information about RFID technology to show just how important it is to tell other Christians to try to awake them before it's to late.

NOTES
Note 1: www.mayanmajix.com/art273.html
Note 2: www.worldnetdaily.com/news/printer-friendly.asp?ARTICLE_ID=29679
Note 3: www.officer.com/article/article.jsp?id=11777&siteSection=1
Note 4: www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=35766
Note 5: www.wired.com/news/print/0,1294,61357,00.html
Note 6: www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=38038
Note 7: www.wired.com/news/print/0,1294,60771,00.html
Note 8: www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=32572

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