Commentary By: Gordon King
The world seems enamored by modern technology. Most teens and young adults today have been raised on video games, eating up anything related to new and improved versions of the old. But, with technological advancement happening so quickly, what is old anymore?!
The stage is being set my friends. Things in this world which only recently seemed outrageous and immoral, are today commonplace. For example gay marriage. Who would have thought that just a few years ago we would see so many states in America legalizing and instituting gay marriage? How about the legalization of marijuana. Washington state and Colorado have both legalized the use and sale of this common drug. You can now walk into a store and purchase a bag! Unbelievable just a few years ago.
It’s all about getting the masses to view “something” as normal. Unfortunately, this is how our society works. If we see it often enough, hear about it daily, then after a while it just seems to be ok. It becomes part of our daily lives and the shock effect has warn off. The “norm” will become part of our social structure, whether it is good or bad.
So too goes modern technology and the use of micro-chips. When we first heard of implantable micro-chips it seemed unthinkable. But, although it was only a few years ago, today it does not seem so outrageous. There are many, many people who have already implanted themselves with these chips. Some for medical purposes, and now it seems some for entertainment and enlightenment.
I believe that this is paving the way for the masses to be accepting and willing to take the Mark of the Beast. Whether it be a micro-chip or not, it will seem normal to take some sort of mark or chip to buy and sell. It will seem like any other part of our lives, just another way of modern life. The deception of the world will be at an all time high, and the people will accept it without a second thought.
Don’t do it! If you do, then you will never be able to accept God, you will be sealed by Satan himself. You shall set your eternal fate in Hell, forever.
9 ‘Then a third angel followed them, saying with a loud voice, “If anyone worships the beast and his image, and receives his mark on his forehead or on his hand, 10 he himself shall also drink of the wine of the wrath of God, which is poured out full strength into the cup of His indignation. 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 ascends forever and ever; and they have no rest day or night, who worship the beast and his image, and whoever receives the mark of his name.” ‘
The following article is interesting regarding the current use of implants and microchips. It is becoming commonplace and normal.
(SOURCE) In tattoo parlors and basements around the world, people are turning themselves into cyborgs by embedding magnets and computer chips directly into their bodies.
They call themselves biohackers, cyborgs and grinders. With each piece of technology they put beneath their skin, they are exploring the boundaries — and the implications — of fusing man and machine.
It’s a niche community at the literal bleeding edge of body modification, and it attracts fervent fans from a variety of schools of thought. Some simply enjoy experimenting with new tech. Others use the magnets and chips for utilitarian purposes. A few, paradoxically, see it as a path to get back to nature.
For cyborg Zoe Quinn, a well-known developer in the independent video game world, the magnet and chip in her hand have become inseparable from her body and her identity.
“Being a cyborg is just who I am now,” Quinn told NBC News. “To get [the magnet or chip] removed would be like losing a sense at this point, losing part of me.”
Gaining a magnetic or electronic “sixth sense” isn’t easy. Doctors won’t perform the implantation, so would-be biohackers generally turn to body modification shops, which are usually part of tattoo parlors and can’t legally offer anesthesia. Others perform the amateur operation on themselves.
Many cyborgs get the technology embedded in their fingers or hands, where the skin is thin enough for the devices to interact with external objects. Those with magnets can sense magnetic fields around them; a contractor, for example, can find studs in a wall. Stick a computer chip under the skin and it can do a lot of things: send data to smartphones and other devices, open specially outfitted doors, act as permanent headphones embedded in a person’s ears and do anything else the chips’ creators may dream up. Even the U.S. government is working on a device that would be implanted in the brain to restore memory.