RFID Implants For All Americans. A Very Informative Interview Albeit Several Years Old…

Published on 8 Oct 2012

Author and professor of biblical prophecy, Paul McGuire, talked about microchip implants and the ‘Mark of the Beast.’ He believes there is a long term plan afoot to microchip the US population, and what he finds especially alarming is that people could be microchipped without their awareness, such as through a nasal mist or vaccination. “With nanotechnology, you now have microscopic particles that are essentially biochip implants, which send out an RFID signal,” but they’re so tiny, they could be absorbed in a variety of ways, he explained.McGuire is convinced that there’s a secretive elite who perceives the populace as their property, and seeks to implant the chips for “branding us, controlling us, and owning us.” 

Biography:

Paul McGuire is the author of 22 books, a television commentator on the Fox News Network and CNN, a former syndicated radio talk show host, professor of Eschatology or Bible Prophecy at the King’s College. McGuire has produced two science fiction feature films in Hollywood. The History Channel has done two specials with Paul, on Seven Signs of the Apocalypse and Revelation. He is an internationally recognized expert on globalism, Bible prophecy and current events. McGuire has interviewed military generals, Presidents and Prime Ministers from around the world. The former Prime Minister of Israel Ehud Olmert met with McGuire after reading his book, Are You Ready?, which talks about the prophet Ezekiel’s prediction of an invasion of Israel by nations like Russia and Iran.

McGuire was raised in an atheistic household in New York City. When he was 15 years old, he was demonstrating with radical activist Abbie Hoffman and spent time in the East 
Village with Dr. Timothy Leary, Ken Kesey and other members of the counter culture. 
McGuire attended the University of Missouri where he majored both in the brand new field psychology, Altered States of Consciousness, and filmmaking. 

Societal and religious criticism

Microchip implant in humans have raised new ethical discussions by scientific professional forums, academic groups, human rights organizations, government 
departments and religious groups. The Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs (CEJA) of 
the American Medical Association published a report in 2007 alleging that RFID implanted chips may compromise privacy because there is no assurance that the information contained in the chip can be properly protected, notwithstanding health risks (chips may travel under the skin).

RFID tagging has been criticised by believers of Abrahamic religions. In Christianity, 
some believe the implantation of chips may be the fulfillment of The Mark of the Beast, 
prophesied to be a requirement for buying and selling, and a key element of the Book 
of Revelation. In Judaism, Conservative, Orthodox, and Reform Jewish beliefs hold that 
that cutting, piercing or marking the flesh, a requirement for implantation, is contrary 
to the notion that people were made “in the image of God”, and the orders in Leviticus 
19:28. Islam also considers body modifications “haram”, an Arabic term meaning “forbidden”, because they involve changing the body, a creation of God. The health risks associated with implantable microchips described above may also invoke Islamic prohibitions.

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Education

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