Mark of the Beast Precursors

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And he causes all, the small and the great, and the rich and the poor, and the free men and the slaves, to be given a mark on their right hand or on their forehead... (Revelation 13:16)

 

By 2014, All Of Your Clothes Will Be Tagged With Microchips
RFID tags, sometimes called “smart tags,” hold a small amount of data and contain an antenna (that’s the curly shape you see) that allows RFID reading devices to read at that data remotely. A reader can be a handheld device that people wave over the tag at the checkout counter, or a device hidden in a doorway that checks the tags on your clothing as you walk down the street. According to a release about the ABI Research brief: "Previously limited to a small number of large-volume pilot tests, adoption of item-level RFID is beginning to permeate throughout the apparel sector and is increasingly evolving into full-scale implementations. According to Liard, “While installations at Marks and Spencer in the UK, American Apparel in the US, and Charles Vögele in Switzerland remain the largest contributors to market growth, scores of companies are now in various stages of implementation. RFID in fashion apparel is undoubtedly here and now.”
Posted 10/12/09

CBS News Business Website Reports On Mark Of The Beast Technology Advance: Says New Microchip Implant Will "Tag You Like A Dog, Link Your Credit History, Social Security, Health Records"
Novartis and Proteus Biomedical are not the only companies hoping to implant microchips into patients so that their pill-popping habits can be monitored. VeriChip of Delray Beach, Fl., has an even bolder idea: an implanted chip that links to an online database containing all your medical records, credit history and your social security ID. As this presentation to investors makes clear, the chip and its database could form the basis of a new national identity database lined to Social Security and NationalCreditReport.com. The VeriMed Health Link homepage describes the chip: "… a tiny, passive microchip (the nation’s first and only microchip cleared for patient identification by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration) and a secure, private online database that links you to your personal health record. Your Health Link is always with you and cannot be lost or stolen." The company also sees the VeriMed Health Link linked to your “identity security services,” through a separate VeriChip PositiveID bridges the gap between secure medical records and identity security.... It’s a future in which your doctor tags you like a dog with a microchip that allows anyone with the right privileges to look at your medical records, credit history, social security number, and anything else that stems from that...
Posted 10/9/09

Tom Horn Article AT NWV On Verichip And Beast Tech
Makers of implantable microchips claim the procedure will continue to be voluntary. But a report written by Elaine M. Ramish for the Franklin Pierce Law Center says: "A [mandatory] national identification system via microchip implants could be achieved in two stages: Upon introduction as a voluntary system, the microchip implantation will appear to be palatable. After there is a familiarity with the procedure and a knowledge of its benefits, implantation would be mandatory." George Getz, communications director for the Libertarian Party agrees, saying: “After all, the government has never forced anyone to have a driver license, [but] try getting along without one, when everyone from your local banker to the car rental man to the hotel operator to the grocery store requires one in order for you to take advantage of their services, that amounts to a de facto mandate. If the government can force you to surrender your fingerprints to get a drivers license, why can't it force you to get a computer chip implant?” People like Mr. Getz are correct... In the same way Social Security numbers were voluntary before becoming mandatory, biometric chip implants will be compulsory in the future.... Even Applied Digital Solution's chief executive officer Richard Sullivan envisions a scenario where people [are] required to be chipped or [have] some combination of a device requiring them to be scanned and monitored at all times.
Posted 10/9/09

Ingestible Chip That Reminds You To Take Medicine Begins Trials With Novartis
Not everyone likes taking their medicine. Between just plain forgetfulness and a dislike for taste or side effects, many long term prescription users routinely miss taking their meds. That avoidance leads to $290 billion in medical costs in the US alone according to the New England Healthcare Institute. Between one third and one half of all Americans have missed taking their pills, but that could all change with Proteus Biomedical. As we described last year, and again recently, Proteus attaches an ingestible computer chip on pills so that an implanted or mobile device can track to see if you are actually swallowing them. Part of the Raisin system which is currently in clinical trials, tattle-tale pills may be a great way to keep you medicated.
Posted 9/28/09

Swine Flu Vaccine Recipients Could Be Tracked With RFID Bracelets Using Big Brother Medical Technology
Here's the scene from some dark, present-day action movie: David Balfour breathed hard. He could hear the thumping of heavy boots outside his door, down the hall, mixed with the muffled grunts of military men. He had known they would come. It was obvious from the moment he refused the VaxTrax bracelet at the county clinic. They said it would keep him safe because they could pinpoint his location if he ever suffered a heart attack or an accident. As a bonus, his entire medical history was also imprinted in the RFID chip, so even if he was found unconscious, they could determine his medical status and start treatment right away. But he had refused on the spot. David didn't want to be tracked. So he walked away from the clinic, without the vaccine and without the bracelet. That was stupid, he now realized. They had apparently tracked him anyway... somehow... and now they were at his door, and their fists pounded loudly. "Boston Police! Open up!"
Posted 9/28/09

VeriChip Corp Readies Flu Detecting Microchip For Mass Implantations
Vaccination and id tracking trials have in fact taken place last year. The Boston Globe informs us: “Boston disease trackers are embarking on a novel experiment - one of the first in the country - aimed at eventually creating a citywide registry of everyone who has had a flu vaccination.” “Keeping track of that cache of vaccine - and which patients are getting it”. “Dr. Alfred DeMaria, top disease doctor at the Massachusetts Department of Public Health said, “if you’re tracking multiple clinics in real time, you can see where the uptake is better and where it’s less, and then focus on outreach.” “When people arrive for their shots, they will get an ID bracelet […] information - name, age, gender, address - will be entered into the patient tracking database. There will be electronic records, too, of who gave the vaccine and whether it was injected into the right arm or the left, and time-stamped for that day.” Mass injection of VeriChip devices under all of our skin is the only way the device could detect the spread of pandemics. A lofty and insane undertaking for the near future perhaps, but you’d be surprised how many people would accept illogical measures during a scare. Until there is confirmation these chips will be put in to use everyone’s main focus should be the illogical use of rushed vaccines for a mild flu. There are dangerous ingredients confirmed in the vaccines and the confidence of governments in them can be seen with governments granting legal immunity to manufactures and servants implementing the scheme.
Posted 9/28/09

And Verichip Just Won Patent License For Implantable Virus Detection System: Could It Become The 'Mark' Of The Beast? Check Out Tom Horn's Blog On The Subject Earlier This Week
Her theory was gripping. An occult elite operating behind the US Government devises a virus that is a crossover between human and animal disease, let’s say an entirely new and highly contagious influenza mutation, and intentionally releases it into the public. A pandemic ensues, and the period between when a person contracts the virus and death is something like 10 days. With tens of thousands dead in a few weeks and the rate of death increasing hourly around the globe, a universal cry for a cure goes out. Seemingly miraculously, the government then steps forward with a vaccine. The only catch, they explain, is that given the nature of the animal-human strain, the “cure” rewrites one’s genetics, so that they are no longer entirely human. Nita’s point was that those who receive this antidote would become part “beast” and thus the title, “Mark of the Beast.” No longer “entirely human” would also mean—according to this outline—that the individual could no longer be “saved” ... To find if the science behind this abstract would be as reasonable as it appeared on the surface, I contacted Sharon Gilbert. This was her troubling response...
Posted 9/22/09

Forgetful Patients To Be Microchipped
Patients will be fitted with a microchip in their shoulder to remind them to take their medicine, under a new scheme being developed by a drugs company. Older people will be given pills containing a harmless microchip that sends a signal to the chip in the shoulder when the pill is taken. But if the pill is not taken by the forgetful patient, the chip in the shoulder will then send a text to a carer or the patient to remind them.  Swiss pharmaceutical group Norvatis is developing the electronic pill that it hopes will reduce the number of patients who have to be supervised taking their medicine. Joe Jiminez, head of pharmaceuticals at Novartis, said tests of the 'chip in the pill' to a shoulder receiver chip had been carried out on 20 patients. The experiment with a drug that lowers blood pressure had increased the amount of times patients had taken their medicine on time from 30 per cent to 80 per cent in six months. Drug companies are keen to improve 'compliance' rates among patients as most end up not taking their correct dosages because of unpleasant side effects or a failure to gain symptoms quickly.
Posted 9/22/09

VeriChip Shares Jump After H1N1 Patent License Win To Develop Implantable Virus [Delivery?] Detection Systems In Humans
Shares of VeriChip Corp (CHIP.O) tripled after the company said it had been granted an exclusive license to two patents, which will help it to develop implantable virus detection systems in humans. The patents, held by VeriChip partner Receptors LLC, relate to biosensors that can detect the H1N1 and other viruses, and biological threats such as methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, VeriChip said in a statement. The technology will combine with VeriChip's implantable radio frequency identification devices to develop virus triage detection systems. The triage system will provide multiple levels of identification -- the first will identify the agent as virus or non-virus, the second level will classify the virus and alert the user to the presence of pandemic threat viruses and the third level will identify the precise pathogen, VeriChip said in a white paper published May 7, 2009. Shares of VeriChip were up 186 percent at $3.28 Monday late afternoon trade on Nasdaq. They had touched a year high of $3.43 earlier in the session.
Posted 9/22/09

Calling Sharon Gilbert! A Death Chip In The Tip Of The Needle?
Yesterday, 27 August 2009, I was giving an introductory talk about German New Medicine (GNM) near Vienna, Austria. My wife was with me and about 40 listeners. At the end as part of the discussion the swine flu was mentioned and a lady got up and declared the following: A friend of hers works for a pharmaceutical company in Vienna and told her that the swine flu injection needles indeed contain nano particles in their very tip, which cannot be detected with the naked eye but are clearly visible with as little as a 12 times magnifying microscope like children’s toy microscopes. The staff of the pharmaceutical company was advised that these nano particles work in the human body like a motherboard in the computer and lots of data can be stored on it, which will make cash cards obsolete. This measure was also intended to do an accurate census and to protect babies, as many mothers would simply “discard” their newborn, without knowledge of the authorities.
Posted 9/18/09

First Dogs, Then You? Compulsory Microchipping Gets Leg Up
The Charity called on the government to introduce compulsory microchipping for all dogs in the UK in a bid to help trace abandoned pets. “Microchipping is an essential part of being a responsible dog owner and has helped so many people become reunited with their beloved pets,” said Clarissa Baldwin. A 2008 change in the law means that statutory responsibility for stray dogs in England and Wales has passed from police to local authorities. Councils often lack the funding to round up the animals while limited working hours mean that people who rescue strays are often forced to keep the them overnight. The report, the 2009 Stray Dog Survey, shows that 31 per cent of stray dogs that were returned to their owners in the last year were returned with the help of microchips. It also showed that an average of 12 stray and abandoned dogs an hour are handled by local authorities.
Posted 9/11/09

Resistance Is Futile! You Will Be Assimilated! Biometric ID Super Structure To Offer New Layer Of Compulsion... To Know Everything About You... Make You Dependent On The Collective
A week or two away from the land of surveillance and you realize what a very strange place Britain has become. On my return from holiday I understood one frightening truth, which is that surveillance systems and databases have become as much a part of the country's infrastructure as the road or rail networks. There is no return from this point. All we can hope to do is find politicians at the next election who have a real understanding of the pace of technology and its implications for privacy, and they begin to find means of controlling data gathering and surveillance. This requires effort in the political classes as well as among voters. I see no evidence of that. During the last dozen years we have constantly been assured that government databases are there to help us and that they will be tightly controlled to guarantee individual liberty. A key part of this promise is the guarantee that systems will not link up to share information. That is baloney. The whole point of the project to create a super structure that will know everything about us and will make each one of us dependent on the database.
Posted 9/9/09

VeriChip Corporation Agrees to Acquire Steel Vault Corporation to Form PositiveID Corporation: Implantable Microchips To Form Steel Vault ID In Fulfillment Of Prophecy
VeriChip Corporation, a provider of implantable radio frequency identification (RFID) systems, and Steel Vault Corporation, 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. The formation of PositiveID represents the convergence of a pioneer in implantable microchip identification, VeriChip, with a leader in the identity security space, Steel Vault, focused on access and security of a consumer's critical data. The companies believe that joining implantable microchip identification and identity security solutions provides a solid foundation for organic growth and a strong, flexible platform for future offers. 
Posted 9/9/09

Advisory Committee: 'Comprehensive ID management' needed in U.S.
The President's National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee has released a report calling for changes in identity management in the U.S. The committee is part of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and advises the President on emergence and preparedness of telecommunications. "A need has emerged for a national, comprehensive identity management strategy that would recognize and protect the roles and interests of private citizens and commercial participants while enabling collaboration among key stakeholders," the report states.  
Posted 8/26/09

Vending Machines Will Take Finger Scans Instead of Cash
The day has arrived where all the money in the world is at your finger tips. Or rather, all the money in your credit card is in your finger veins. Biometric scanners are popping up everywhere, and now Hitachi has debuted the first vending machine that will accept a finger scan instead of cash or coins. By linking the scan to a credit card account, customers can simply place their finger in the machine and purchase whichever snack goods they desire most. It’s probably the best reward you’ll ever get for giving a vending machine the finger. The biometric sensor in Hitachi’s new vending machine uses light to scan and read the number and orientation of veins in your finger tip without directly touching a sensor. This provides a unique code for access to a credit card account that has to be established independently of the vending machine. While the machine is only a prototype, and Hitachi hasn’t yet decided whether or not to make a commercial version, the concept itself is more than enough to be causing a buzz. It’s far from the first use of a biometric sensor, but it has the potential to be the most commonly seen application of the technology.ntain the biometric identities of bomb builders and terrorists. There have been numerous matches.
Posted 8/26/09

Flashback: Thomas Horn Article Comparing Microchip Implants To The Mark Of The Beast
Today I learned that Madras High School in the little town of Madras, Oregon is the latest government institution to allow students to pay for their lunch with the swipe of a hand. Only yesterday in a related event, Chief of Police Jack Schmidig of Bergen County, NJ, a member of the police force for over 30 years, received a VeriChip implant as part of Applied Digital Solution's strategy of enlisting key regional leaders to accelerate adoption of its product. Kevin H. McLaughlin, VeriChip Corporation's CEO said of the event that "High-profile regional leaders are accepting the VeriChip, representing an excellent example of our approach to gaining adoption of the technology." The new and aggressive indoctrination program - Thought and Opinion Leaders to Play Key Role in Adoption of VeriChip - is intended to create widespread acceptance and exponential adaptation of the company's FDA-cleared, human-implantable RFID tag.
Posted 8/25/09

Microsoft: The Future Of Microchips Is In DNA
IBM said it was looking to DNA "origami" for a powerful new generation of ultra-tiny microchips. The US computer giant collaborated with California Institute of Technology researchers to develop a way to design microchips that mimic how chains of DNA molecules fold, allowing for processors far smaller and denser than any seen today. "This is a way to assemble an electronics device of the future," said Bill Hinsberg, manager of the lithography group at IBM's Almaden Research Center in California, on Monday. "It offers a potential way to construct nano-scale devices. The industry has always gone in the direction of making things smaller, because that opens the realm of possibilities." A tenet of the chip industry is Moore's Law, a history-backed belief that the number of transistors that can be placed on a computer circuit doubles every two years, enabling smaller but increasingly powerful computing devices.
Posted 8/19/09

Nanotechnology Expands Onto Store Shelves, Into Foods, Health Products, More
Environmentalists and other activists complain that nanotechnology is so diverse and poorly understood that it is slipping under the radar of regulators - teensy materials, they warn, could pose big dangers to humans and ecosystems. “There is concern about toxicity and mobility,’’ said Richard Denison, senior scientist with the Environmental Defense Fund. For example, studies in mice have suggested that so-called carbon nanotubes - tiny cylinders of carbons with extraordinary electrical and structural properties - might also have an asbestos-like ability to penetrate tissue and trigger disease. In British research last year, mice injected with nanotubes developed lesions similar to those that appear in human lungs after persistent exposure to asbestos.
Posted 8/19/09

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How To Sell The Beastly Mark: Schools Sign Up For Biometric Hand Scanners "To Ensure Parents Leave With Right Kids"
The school installed BioSafe, a biometric security solution developed specifically for the Boyd School by systems integrator New Year Tech. The system requires that adults dropping off children enter a PIN code and scan the back of their hand using Identica’s VP-II vascular scanner, said Soy Chu, president and CEO of New Year Tech. Using a touchscreen computer, adults select their children and enter any information pertaining to recent feedings, medication or other information for teachers. The system allows the adults to enter the building and notifies the teacher of the child’s expected arrival. Once the student enters the classroom, the teacher electronically checks them in and will subsequently sign children in and out of classrooms throughout the school day, allowing administrators to know the location of all children at all times. “Once a parent has checked in their child, during any type of emergency we know exactly who’s in the building and whom to evacuate,” said Smith. “The system prints out the child’s picture and information and teachers take that out with them and makes sure all kids are accounted for.”
Posted 8/18/09

Colorado Town Goes Contactless
In La Junta, Colo., local consumers have begun to refer to their payment transactions as "Blinging." The term comes from a new contactless payment application provided by California payments network startup Bling Nation, in conjunction with The State Bank and Viaero Wireless, a provider of cell-phone service to rural communities in Colorado and Nebraska.    
Posted 8/17/09

Congress eyes biometric authentication for job eligibility  <- FEATURE!!! 
In a move likely to worry opponents of a national ID card, some lawmakers in Congress are proposing that biometrics be used to authenticate the identity of anyone seeking a job in the U.S.
Posted 8/7/09

India to issue all 1.2 billion citizens with biometric ID cards
It is surely the biggest Big Brother project yet conceived. India is to issue each of its 1.2 billion citizens, millions of whom live in remote villages and possess no documentary proof of existence, with cyber-age biometric identity cards. The Government in Delhi recently created the Unique Identification Authority, a new state department charged with the task of assigning every living Indian an exclusive number. It will also be responsible for gathering and electronically storing their personal details, at a predicted cost of at least 3 billion.
Posted 7/17/09

EMERGENCY ALERT - Stop the NEW Real ID - S.1261 - The PASS Act‏
Posted 7/8/09

RFID could be in all cell phones by 2010
All cell phones will come packed with an RFID chip by next summer — giving your phone the possibility of also becoming the keys to your car or house. That was the prediction of Ericsson's vice-president of systems architecture, Håkan Djuphammar, speaking at the company's Business Innovation Forum in Stockholm on Tuesday.
Posted 7/8/09

India plans ID cards for its 1.1bn citizens
India’s government has launched one of the biggest bureaucratic exercises in the country’s history – the issue of a single identity card for each of its 1.1bn citizens.
Posted 6/29/09

Mark of The Beast Update (by Mike Mickey)
Everyone - yes, everyone - is going to have to receive a mark in their right hand or forehead in order to be able to buy and sell in the Tribulation Period to come. Precisely what this mark is going to consist of is uncertain, but, as I have extensively documented through the years, the current trend where economic transactions are concerned is taking us further and further away from physical currency in favor of making payment for goods and services electronically, either through credit/check cards or RFID-related payment mechanisms. This, potentially, is giving us a glimpse into the prophetic future, giving us insight into how something physically connected to the right hand or forehead (tattooed, implanted, or both) will be the only acceptable or, more likely, functional way to make financial transactions.
Posted 6/24/09

It's 10 p.m. You may not know where your child is. but the implanted Microchip does. <-FEATURE!!!
Posted 5/27/09

Saudi 'Killer Chip' Implant Would Track, Eliminate Undesirables
Posted 5/15/09

Microchip Man Named as Pentagon’s New Geek-in-Chief
Posted 5/15/09

Nokia to build radio ID chips into phones for inventory control
Posted 5/15/09

VeriChip shaves 3mm off human RFID chips
Posted 5/15/09

Radio chip coming soon to your driver's license?
Homeland Security seeks next-generation REAL ID
Posted 3/4/09

ISRAEL to be first country REQUIRING ALL CITIZENS to have MANDATORY RFID chips placed in their hands
Keeping "tabs on Jews" is a red flag of something bad that is coming up ahead. For Israel to claim that they will be the first to establish the mark of the beast (mark on the hand) is a shock. How would Holocaust victims with tattoos on their arms from concentration camps react to the RFID chip implant?
Posted 11/19/08

Biometric database to be formed in Israel - Israel News, Ynetnews
Posted 8/11/08

New chip promises to track kids from miles away
Posted 9/10/07

Alzheimer's Patients Lining Up for Microchip Implants
Posted 9/5/07

Implanting Citizens With Verichips – The Taking of Free Will
Posted 9/5/07

Test Marketing the Mark of the Beast
Recent acts of terrorism have many calling for mandatory implementation of the implantable technology.
Posted 9/5/07

National ID? How about a World Global ID Tracking System?
Posted 8/15/07

Precision Dynamics' Smart Band(R) RFID Wristband System Shines at Dollywood's Splash Country
Precision Dynamics' Smart Band(R) RFID Wristband System Recently Implemented at Dollywood's Splash Country Provides Daily and Season Pass Guests Cashless Payment for Food, Beverages and Merchandise
Posted 8/15/07

S. Fla. Alzheimer's Center To Microchip Patients
Posted 8/15/07

Are Christians being groomed to accept the coming Antichrist?
Many people believe that, before long, an antichrist system will appear. It will be a New World Order, under which national boundaries dissolve, and ethnic groups, ideologies, religions, and economics from around the world will orchestrate a single and dominant sovereignty. The system will supposedly be free of religious and political extremes, and membership will tolerate the philosophical and cultural differences of its constituents. Except for minor nonconformities, war, terrorism, and hunger will be a thing of the past.
Posted 8/10/07

Implanted Micro Chips Ends The Need For Medical Charts
Posted 8/8/07

US debate over Microchip Implants in humans
Posted 8/8/07

3 Calif. Schools to Fingerprint Students
Posted 11/7/06

44,000 prison inmates to be RFID-chipped
Posted 8/19/04

5 Puerto Ricans With Alzheimer's Implanted With Microchips To Track Disease 
The microchip costs US$200, is voluntary and is made by the Florida-based Verichip Corp. Four hospitals in the U.S. Caribbean territory plan to begin using them in August on patients who have significant health problems or illnesses that cause memory loss, El Nuevo Dia newspaper has reported.
Posted 7/10/06

Air passengers 'could be Micro-chip tagged'
The prototype technology is to be tested at an airport in Hungary, and could, if successful, become a reality "in two years".
Posted 10/13/06 

Amish See Step Toward 'Mark Of The Beast' In Livestock ID Numbers
Posted 4/23/07

Animal Tracking Implants for People?
Posted 1/17/07

Barcoding humans
"First we locate a prime spot," he said. "The next thing is to release the button that triggers the  injection mechanism, and that's it, the cargo's been delivered."
Posted 5/21/07

Big Profits from Big Brother
The War on Terror is a marketing campaign for security industries and terrorism experts. The latter are pulling in the consulting fees, and the former are rapidly inventing new products that enable "our" government to watch our every move and to know our location at every moment.
Posted 4/17/07

Bill Takes On "Future Problem" Of Involuntary Microchip Implants [666]
Posted 3/26/07

Biometric ID Has Biblical Implications, Says Calvary Chapel Founder Chuck Smith
Such futuristic technology, often relegated to scenes in high-tech thrillers or science fiction novels, is available now.
Posted 11/22/06 

Biometrics gets its ‘fingers’ into school foodservice
Posted 3/5/07

Britons 'could be microchipped like dogs in a decade'
Human beings may be forced to be 'microchipped' like pet dogs, a shocking official report into the rise of the Big Brother state has warned. The microchips - which are implanted under the skin - allow the wearer's movements to be tracked and store personal information about them.
Posted 10/31/06 

Cellphones becoming pocket-size banks
In December, Wachovia, the nation's fourth-largest bank, began allowing more than 4 million online-banking customers to view account information and transfer funds via cellphone.
Posted 2/19/07

Children of 11 to be fingerprinted
Posted 3/6/07

Children to be given electronic identity cards
Brussels: Electronic identity cards for all children under 12 are to be introduced in Belgium. They will bear a code designed to allow parents of missing children to be traced instantly.
Posted 6/27/06

China to develop its own RFID standardChina to develop its own RFID standard
Posted 7/27/04

A Chip That Transfers Data Using Laser Light
Researchers plan to announce on Monday that they have created a silicon-based chip that can produce laser beams. The advance will make it possible to use laser light rather than wires to send data between chips, removing the most significant bottleneck in computer design.
Posted 9/20/06 

Chipping In On The 'War On Terrorism' -- Will Implantable Chips Become The New ID?
According to several other published reports, the Palm Beach, Florida chipmaker, Applied Digital Solutions, Inc., announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) found that the VeriChip was not a regulated medical device: This clears the way for the company to begin marketing, sales and distribution of VeriChip in the United States within the next few months.
Posted 4/17/07

Chips with Medical Records to be Implanted in 280 Patients
NEW YORK (AP)—In a new test program, Horizon Blue Cross and Blue Shield of New Jersey plans to implant patients suffering from chronic diseases with a microchip that will give emergency room staff access to their medical information and help avoid costly or serious medical errors, the insurer said on Friday.
Posted 7/17/06

The Dawn Of Tracking Everyone, Everything, Everywhere, With A Number
"In 5-10 years, whole new ways of doing things will emerge and gradually become commonplace. Expect big changes." 1 - MIT's Auto-ID Center, 2002
Posted 3/9/07

Disneyland brings in biometric ticketing
Posted 11/29/06

Do Micro-Chip Implants Protect or Violate Privacy?
Posted 5/21/07

European Air Passengers To Be Micro-Chip Tagged?
Posted 2/21/07

Feds Should Back RFIDs for Human Remains
Posted 4/17/06

Fingerprint Scan is school-lunch ticket
Technology that uses fingerprints to tell who is buying lunch is being tested at the school. Early indications are the finger scanners that record a digital image are speeding up cafeteria operations, which is the goal.
Posted 5/1/07

French Babies Micro-chipped for Protection from Kidnappers
Posted 1/29/07

From Biometric Scanning to Microchips and the Mark of the Beast?
According to information released last year the implantable transceiver "sends and receives data and can be continuously tracked by GPS (Global Positioning Satellite) technology. The transceiver's power supply and actuation system are unlike anything ever created. When implanted within a body, the device is powered electromechanically through the movement of muscles, and it can be activated either by the 'wearer' or by the monitoring facility."
Posted 3/9/07

Future Surveillance Will Get Under Your Skin
This unique human chip implant was supposed to protect me - but it just makes me more vulnerable
Posted 11/22/06 

GPS Micro-Chip implant makes debut
Applied Digital Solutions, a technology development company, yesterday said it has created and successfully field-tested a prototype of a GPS implant for humans.
Posted 5/21/07

Hospitals to Start Scanning Patients for Implanted Chips
Posted 4/17/06

How Implanted Micro-Chips and I got personal
Posted 3/5/07

HP Unveils RFID's Future Competitor
Hewlett-Packard unveiled a memory chip the size of a tomato seed on Monday in its Palo Alto laboratories. The tiny chip, called the Memory Spot, can be attached unobtrusively to any object and carry media or data. The Memory Spot will rival RFID tags in carrying information on movable physical objects, but HP calls it the smarter alternative.
Posted 7/20/06 

Human ID implant to be unveiled soon
Posted 1/17/07

Human Implants: Are We Ready?
Sergeant Bill Koretsky's implanted medical microchip may have saved his life. His story begins in the middle of a high-speed police chase in Hackensack, New Jersey.
Posted 9/26/06 

Implanted Microchips becoming the latest medical accessory
Posted 10/26/06 

Implanting Citizens With Verichips - The Taking of Free Will
Upper level governmental officials are getting "chipped" to demonstrate public acceptance of the technology, and they are very quick to highlight the humanitarian uses of tracking devices in humans.
Posted 10/24/06

In The Future, Mandatory Implants: For Now, High Schools Issue Contactless Microchip Student ID
Access, attendance tracking, lunch programs drive the implementation provided by Scholarchip
Posted 3/20/07

Infineon supplies RFID chips for US passports
Infineon is the first company to announce a major contract to supply RFID chips that will be integrated in US passports. The chips will carry digital copies of the citizen's picture as well as the printed documentation in the passport. Infineon promises that more than "50 individual security mechanisms" are protecting the data saved on the chip.
Posted 8/24/06 

Is coming national ID 'mark of the beast'?
Opposition grows to federal law requiring data-filled card in 2008
Posted 5/6/06

Is it flu or malaria? New disease testing Micro-chip has answer
Posted 12/6/06

Kids Buy Lunches With Biometric Scans [Interesting city name!]
ROME, Ga. (AP) -- The never-ending march of technology now means school children here can pay for their cafeteria sloppy joes with their fingers.
Posted 9/6/06

London gets ready for contactless payments
Posted 11/28/06

The Mark Of The Beast: Is federal Real ID Act for your own good? Not really
Posted 6/20/07

Micro Chip implants for All Military Personnel
A microchip company with powerful political connections is lobbying the Pentagon for the right to implant chips under the skins of the nearly 1.4 million U.S. military personnel. "The potential for this technology doesn't just stop at the civilian level," Philbin said. VeriChip hopes that the chips will replace the metal dog tags that have been worn by U.S. military personnel since 1906.
Posted 8/31/06

Micro-Chip Implants Aid Cashless Society & The Near Future
Mr Chase may be an extreme example but he demonstrates a wider point: Britons are rapidly embracing the cashless society. The Association for Payment Clearing Services, the UK industry body, forecasts that in less than a decade fewer than half of all payments will be made by cash.
Posted 5/25/07

Micro-chip Implants for Indian Elephants
Posted 10/9/06

Micro-chip Tags spark privacy worries
Micro-chip  tags are starting to be put in ID documents
Posted 10/17/06 

Microchip Elderly People, Says Science Minister
Elderly people should be "tagged" to enable the authorities to keep tabs on them, a government minister suggested today.
Posted 4/23/07

Microchip Implants for UK mentally ill planned
Posted 1/18/07

New Credit Cards May Leak Personal Information
You may be carrying a new type of credit card that can transmit your personal information to anyone who gets close to you with a scanner.
Posted 2/21/07

The New World Order Tracking Devices: RFID
The Bermuda Government are issuing vehicle owners with credit card sized stickers containing a RFID chip and it is expected that every vehicle in Bermuda will carry one within a year or two. The scheme is mandatory and a $10,000 penalty applies if owners remove the chips.
Posted 6/27/07

Opinion: The Mark Of the Beast "On" Or "In" The Hand? (by John Hinton)
The translation "on the hand or forehead" is not hard to understand. The usual meaning of the preposition epi is most often "on" and it is how most would have translated this verse at first sight. In fact, if I was seeing the text for the first time, it is exactly how I would have translated it. I would have translated it that way because I am far less of a Greek scholar than the translation team members of the King James Bible committee, and because I am not used as an instrument of God to preserve his word in the English language -- I am only a defender of it.
Posted 4/30/07

Over 500 hospitals are now going to start implanting chips in their patients! (by David Bay) 
You simply cannot get more of a "Mark of the Beast", End of the Age sign than this one!
Posted 3/19/07

Plan to Implant Micro-Chips in Alzheimer's patients causes protest
At issue is the facility's plan to implant 200 patients with microchips manufactured and donated by VeriChip of nearby Delray Beach. When scanned, the chip reveals a unique ID number, which when entered into a password-protected database gives access to medical information about its owner.
Posted 5/18/07

Prophecy Surge: The Barcode In Your Hand
Imagine just waving your hand over a screen to pay the check at a restaurant. It might sound like something from a "Star Trek" episode, but researchers at Snowflake Technologies in Memphis are well on their way to making it happen.
Posted 4/6/07

Prophetic: World Falls In Love With Idea Of Buying & Selling Via Biometric Scanning
Posted 4/10/07

Proposal to Implant Tracking Chips in Immigrants
Scott Silverman, Chairman of the Board of VeriChip Corporation, has proposed implanting the company's RFID tracking tags in immigrant and guest workers. He made the statement on national television earlier this week.
Posted 6/1/06

Public revolt to quash biometric ID chips
Posted 1/29/07

RFID chips headed for hospitals?
Posted 8/19/04

RFID Wants To Get Inside You. Welcome To The Future
Posted 3/5/07

Satnav 'could be used to track the elderly'
Posted 4/23/07

The selling point for implanting biochips beneath your skin is that they cannot be stolen.
Posted 3/23/07

State Would Outlaw Mandatory Microchip Implants <- Way to go, Wisconsin!!!
Posted 4/27/06

Study to look at planting identification chips in dementia patients
Posted 3/5/07

Teen With Implanted Microchip Dies in Fla.
A teen engineering prodigy who gained national attention in 2002 when he and his family received identification chip implants on live television was killed in a motorcycle accident, authorities said.
Posted 10/4/06 

Teraflop Micro-Chip hints at the future
That became obvious a year ago, when Radic pleaded guilty to betraying his flock and secretly selling the church and its rectory out from under them. He used the money to buy himself a brand-new black BMW and a laptop - exploits he later chronicled in a cheeky, almost gleeful blog about his double life as a sinner.
Posted 2/14/07

Teraflops Micro chip points to future
Posted 3/19/07

There Are So Many Ways You Will Be Microchipped And Monitored
At the Baja Club if a special tag-reader is waved near the arm, a radio signal prompts the chip to transmit an identification number which is used to access information about the wearer from a database. Otherwise the chip is dormant. But its applications are wider.
Posted 6/27/07

Tiny wireless Implantable memory chip debuts
A chip the size of a grain of rice that can store 100 pages of text and swaps data via wireless has been developed by Hewlett-Packard.
Posted 7/19/06

UK Causing All Both Small And Great To Provide Biometric Info
Ministers plan to force all adults to travel miles at their own expense to fingerprint scanning units so their details can go onto an identity card database. From 2009, everyone will have to attend one of 69 "interview centres", whose locations are revealed today for the first time.
Posted 3/20/07

UK ID cards 'will allow crime fingerprint checks'
Posted 2/22/07

U.K. Lawmakers Weigh Biometric Card Plan
Posted 1/29/07

Under-the-skin ID chips move toward U.S. hospitals
Posted 6/29/04

Unions call bio-scanners 'geo-slavery'
Posted 1/29/07

VeriChip Corp Signs 3-year Distribution Contract With iChip
Posted 12/19/06

VeriChip Hopes To Round Up More Micro-Chip Implantees
Posted 4/2/07

Verichip's Implanted Mircochip tracking network expands
VeriChip Corporation's VeriMed Patient Identification System Now Has 140 Hospitals and Approximately 300 Physicians as Part of Its Network
Posted 9/11/06

Would an implanted chip help to keep my child safe?
In the wake of the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, every type of child monitoring device is in demand
Posted 5/18/07

Young shoppers want to pay with chip in skin
Teenagers are more open to the idea of having a high-tech shopping experience, the Tomorrow's Shopping World report suggests.
Posted 10/12/06