Thursday, September 28, 2017

Smart Phones, the World Wide Web and the Mark of the Beast

This morning I was contemplating the meaning of the 'Mark of the Beast' in the Book of Revelation and how this may be applied to information technology, particularly with regard to 'smart' phones, an infernal device which allows both governments and corporations to track your location, your every movement and every transaction if you happen to use it to make Internet purchases. As many people will realise I do not have a smart phone and never intend to have one. It is of no earthly use to me. Whilst thinking over these issues and discussing them I chanced upon this rather interesting web page:

The author explains how there is a direct link between the Internet or 'world wide web' and the 'Number of the Beast' 666. In Hebrew gematria v or w is the equivalent of the number 6. So in effect the number of the Beast is built into the very fabric of the Internet. It is interesting that as the world moves ever closer to a cashless society the mechanism for carrying out cashless transactions is the INTERNET!

"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, AV/KJV)

Not only is the Internet here to stay but people are being cajoled into having smart phones. The reason for this is not only for governments and corporations to keep individuals under constant surveillance but also to ensure that with universal ownership of smart phones there would be no need for cash, cheques or debit cards. Anyone falling foul of the New World Order would have their credits suspended or erased as happens now when the USA which is the frontman for the NWO imposes unilateral sanctions upon individuals associated with regimes that it opposes whether this be Russia or now North Korea. It is interesting that the USA imposes the sanction and expects every other country in the 'free world' to follow suit!

So what Revelation 13 is telling us that without the use of the world wide web, www, 666 individuals would not be able to buy or sell, that they would either perish or be forced onto the very margins of society, to live as 'outlaws' in effect. The article makes the point that not only is the www or 666 carried by people everywhere that they go but with the invention of 'Google Glass' it can be carried on the head. There are also wrist watch devices as well that work in a similar way.

Revelation 13:16 makes it clear that the mark of the Beast, 666, www will be in the hand or the forehead. However the text implies a physical mark or at least something which cannot be so easily removed. We know that the technology to implant microchips is already with us and that it is now commonplace to microchip animals and indeed it is compulsory to do so in the United Kingdom. However many people would resist having such an implant so a great deal of public 're-education' would be required before the masses succumb.

However there are some who believe that a physical mark such as an invisible microchip is not needed in order to satisfy the fulfilment of Revelation 13 and they may be right. Perhaps the wearing of a device such as Google Glass, a similar wristwatch type of device or just carrying a smart phone may qualify. However we do not know what invention is just around the corner so we cannot be pedantic about this.

I would urge anyone reading this to never purchase a smart phone and if you are unfortunate to have one already I suggest that you get rid of it. Deactivate it first by taking a sledge hammer to it and ensure that the chip is thoroughly destroyed.

For those of you who are wondering why as heathens we should be concerned with such biblical notions as the Mark of the Beast let me assure you that prophecy can be true regardless of its source and whether it has or does not have any particular religious associations. The late great co-founder of Wotansvolk David Lane (1938-2007) understood this truth and quite a few of his essays make use of texts such as the Book of Revelation.

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