In Revelations chapter 13 verses 16 and 17 it says:
“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.”
While there has been much speculation as to whether or not this prophecy of the last days has already come to pass with the use of UPC codes, I believe all prophecies will be fulfilled quite literally as they have so many times thus far. I recently found myself exploring a question in consideration of this prophesy as well as the substantial information available about the reality of RFID chips
(small microscopic chips that are planted under your skin, or your pets’.) As you know, we are already moving away from a cash society. Plastic is treated with less suspicion and safety than a $20 dollar bill. (If you don’t believe me, see how fast a $20 transaction goes through on your debit or credit card at the grocery store compared to a $20 bill that has to be inked with a special pen and then double checked for its authenticity.) So what IF instead of debit or credit cards—the traditional electronic way of conducting transactions—we were required instead to use RFID chips implanted in our right hands or our foreheads (for those who perhaps didn’t have a right hand)? What if cash or an RFID was king?
Just what is it about these RFID chips?
I don’t know about you, but I assure you I wouldn’t allow anything foreign to be put into my body…not a vaccination or an RFID chip. On the other hand (no pun intended) if this scenario were to come to pass, I can just see the media’s puppets talking about how “convenient, safe, and environmentally friendly” such a requirement would be “for the good of the people”; how it was the only way to eliminate identity theft and illegal immigration, etc. I’m sure that if such a thing were to happen that the glossy, rose-colored side of the story is what would be fed to all who will listen. As usual there would also be some disaster which we’d all be told we can avert if we’re only willing to give up this little bit of freedom and privacy.
What if the RFID was a requirement in order to get Medicare or Medicaid? What if it was required in order to be legally employed or to receive social security benefits? The consequences would demand that any unwilling RFID recipient be confined to conduct all of their business with cash or barterable goods in order to live and pay their bills.
I can tell ya that a cash only world is a pain. Two weeks ago my husband and I abdicated all plastic transactions. It was more of a challenge than a final destination. Considering that we were traveling out of town for Thanksgiving, it was quite the hassle. I kept finding myself saying “oh, I can’t do that. I can’t use my debit card.” From this experience I’ve realized that an electronic/communication collapse or being truly FORCED into a cash-only basis would certainly be a hardship on most people. And that’s just the transactional aspect of this scenario. Consider what would happen if you had any debts you couldn’t possibly pay by mailing in a cash payment, such as a mortgage payment? If this scenario meant that we couldn’t take employment from someone else without such an intrusion on our bodies, we would have to be self-employed and have to require to be paid in cash or goods. That’s great for incoming compensation, but what about paying bills? Unless your mortgage and other bills are paid off, you’re going to find that to be a disastrous scenario with unrelenting consequences. This would also mean that those who would refuse an RFID implant would need marketable skills to survive.
I don’t know what this does to your thought processes, but to me, this motivated me to pursue my cash-only restriction as much as possible for the sake of creating a new habit. It also caused me to realize that what I have on hand may indeed be my only saving grace someday. I consider this scenario and find myself mentally checking things off. “Ok. I can eat. I can have heat and light. I can cook. I can handle any non-life threatening medical crisis etc.” My biggest resolve from mentally exploring this scenario was to be COMPLETELY out of debt, including my home, while I still have that freedom.
I realize this may sound a bit overwhelming to some. To others it may be hard to take even remotely seriously and still to others they may feel like they just stumbled on the latest science fiction blog. But as I always say, prepare for the worst and then pray for the best. It’s the best way to be truly self-sufficient and prepared.
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