The Prophetic Messenger

A Newsletter From Mysteries From The Word Of God Ministries
May/June 2014 - Volume 16/Issue 3

Name Change For Mark of The Beast Technology - 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 continue a message titled “Name Change For Mark of The Beast Technology”

1. Name Change For Mark of The Beast Technology


The first name used for the company that developed human implant technology was Applied Digital Solutions, Inc.

a) Applied Digital Soluions, Inc.
(the following quote is an excerpt from the Prophetic Messenger, May/June 2004 - Ubiquitous Is Here Part III )

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


We see from this article that Applied Digital Solutions, Inc. lied to the people about developing human implants. Applied Digital Solutions (which is the maker of Digital Angel and VeriChip) authorized Verichip centers and distributors for the U.S. and several countries around the world.

(The following is an excerpt from the Prophetic Messenger, May/June 2004 - Ubiquitous Is Here Part III)

Distributors and CentersHere 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) Digital Angel Corp. Merged With Applied Digital Solutions, Inc.

In an article titled “Company Overview of Digital Angel Corp., Prior to Merger with Applied Digital Solutions, Inc”1 it says

“As of December 28, 2007, Digital Angel Corp. (AMEX: DOC) was acquired by Applied Digital Solutions, Inc. (NASDAQ: ADSX). Digital Angel Corporation engages in the development, manufacture, and marketing of visual and electronic identification tags and implantable radio frequency identification microchips. It operates through two segments, Animal Applications, and GPS and Radio Communications. The Animal Applications segment develops, manufactures, and markets visual and electronic ear tags for livestock; and implantable microchips and radio frequency identification products, including miniature electronic microchips, scanners, and injection systems for the companion pet, horse, livestock, fish, and wildlife industries. The GPS and Radio Communications segment provides GPS enabled search and rescue equipment, and intelligent communications products and services for telemetry, mobile data, and radio communications applications; GPS and geosynchronous satellite tracking systems, including tracking software systems for mapping and messaging; and alarm sounders for industrial use and other electronic components. The company was founded in 1981 and is headquartered in South St. Paul, Minnesota.”



c) VeriChip Corp. Merged With Steel Vault Corporation To Form PositiveID Corporation

Press Release dated September 8, 2009 titled “VeriChip Corporation Agrees to Acquire Steel Vault Corporation to Form PositiveID Corporation , PositiveID to offer identification tools and technologies for consumers and businesses.” 2

“DELRAY BEACH, FL – September 8, 2009 -- VeriChip Corporation (NASDAQ:CHIP) (‘VeriChip’), a provider of radio frequency identification (RFID) systems for healthcare and patient-related needs, and Steel Vault Corporation (OTCBB: SVUL) (‘Steel Vault’), a premier provider of identity security products and services, announced today that VeriChip has agreed to acquire Steel Vault and form PositiveID Corporation to offer identification tools and technologies for consumers and businesses. In conjunction with the merger, VeriChip plans to change its name to PositiveID and continue to trade on the NASDAQ. PositiveID intends to change its ticker symbol to ‘PSID’ upon closing of the transaction.”



d) VeriTeQ Merges with FDA-Cleared VeriChip Technology and Health Link Personal Health Record from PositiveID Corporation

Press Release dated January 17, 2012 titled “VeriTeQ Acquisition Corporation Acquires Implantable, FDA-Cleared VeriChipTechnology and Health Link Personal Health Record from PositiveID Corporation:” VeriTeQ to focus on human and animal applications for implantable RFID including patient identification, animal identification and wellness, sensor applications, and medical device identification.3

“DELRAY BEACH, FL – January 17, 2012 – VeriTeQ Acquisition Corporation (‘VeriTeQ’ or ‘Company’), a marketer of implantable, radio frequency identification (‘RFID’) technologies for patient identification and sensor applications, announced today it has acquired the VeriChip implantable microchip and related technologies, and Health Link personal health record from PositiveID Corporation. VeriTeQ is majority owned and led by Scott R. Silverman, former Chairman and CEO of PositiveID and VeriChip Corporation. PositiveID has retained an ownership interest in VeriTeQ. VeriTeQ will focus on three main areas: patient identification and personal health record (PHR) access through the VeriChip implantable microchip and Health Link web-based PHR; implantable sensor applications; and identification of medical devices within the body. VeriTeQ will also focus on identification and sensor applications for animals. VeriChip is the first and only FDA-cleared RFID implantable microchip for humans and patient identification. In addition to acquiring VeriChip, the Company has also licensed a patent for an ‘Embedded Bio-Sensor System’ to be used in conjunction with an implantable microchip, which will enable it to develop sensorapplications for use within the body.”



In closing, a quote from an article titled “A Chip Off the Old Block: Update on Implanted Microchips - A Delray Beach Company Retools Technology - And Marketing Strategy - For Human Microchips”4 states:

“Eight years ago, when Applied Digital Solutions of Delray Beach introduced a microchip that could be implanted in humans, company executives thought they had a product that would create the ultimate portable medical record. The rice grain-sized VeriChip could save lives by providing access to vital health information in emergency situations when the patient couldn’t speak. One potential use: Keeping track of Alzheimer’s patients who are prone to wandering off but are often unable to communicate effectively because of their illness. The technology was even familiar — almost identical to the chip that millions of Americans have implanted in their pets for identification purposes. Like the pet chip, the VeriChip consists of a glass encapsulated radio frequency identification tag that’s injected under the skin. When exposed to a scanner at close range, it transmits a 16-digit identification number that can be linked to a secure patient database with information on everything from the patient’s drug allergies to pre-existing medical conditions. The company thought it had a winner. But the chip got under the skin of some who worried that it could be used as a surveillance device. Pets were one thing, but most consumers were uncomfortable with the notion of having a RFID tag under their own epidermis. Scott Silverman, then CEO of VeriChip Corp., the Applied Digital Solutions subsidiary that marketed the chip, disclosed in a 2004 interview with Slate magazine that the company’s own research indicated that nine out of 10 people were uncomfortable with the technology’s use . . . . In 2002, Jeff and Leslie Jacobs, and their then-14-year-old son, Derek, became the first people to be implanted with VeriChip’s controversial RFID chip — a move that earned the Boca Raton family considerable media attention. (Derek died in a motorcycle accident on Sept. 30, 2006, at age 18.) In 2004, Mexico’s Attorney General, Rafael Macedo de la Concha, told the media that he and at least 18 employees had been implanted with the VeriChip for security reasons. In 2004, the Baja Beach Club in Barcelona began offering VIP patrons VeriChip implants that provide them special access to VIP areas and links to prepaid accounts to pay for drinks. In 2005, in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, VeriChip Corp. donated implantable chips to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, which used them to track and identify corpses in Mississippi and Louisiana. Between 2007 and 2009, more than 100 patients and caregivers who were clients of Alzheimer’s Community Care in West Palm Beach received VeriChip implants as part of a project to provide a safety net for Alzheimer’s patients to help identify them and notify caregivers in case of an emergency.”


When this company first started out, Applied Digital Solutions, Inc. was in Delray Beach, Florida under Scott Silverman. Now several name changes later, it is called VeriTeQ with the same CEO Scott Silverman in Delray Beach, Florida.

NOTE:
Note 1: http://investing.businessweek.com/research/stocks/private/snapshot.asp?privcapId=1056875
Note 2: Press Release September 8, 2009 page 8 at http://www.positiveidcorp.com/investors_prm.html
Note 3: Press Release January 12, 2012, VeriTeQ News at http://www.veriteqcorp.com/news.html
Note 4: Florida Trend July 2010, http://www.floridatrend.com/article.asp?aID=53177


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Name Change For Mark Of The Beast Technology- Part IV. Read this article in the next issue of The Prophetic Messenger.

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