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Are Microchip Implants a Technological Advancement or a Biblical Revelation?

Is the world ready for a microchip implant society? Some experts say the chip implant is no more than a technological advancement. Some corporations have started to 'chip' their employees for security purposes. In 2017, a Wisconsin technology company, Three Square Market, told the media that they began to microchip their employees for security and authentication purposes.

The European technology company Walletmor sells microchip implants as a payment option that allow customers to pay for purchases by swiping their hands over card readers. Walletmor reportedly sells the implants for $300.00.

A Tesla vehicle owner, Brandon Dalaly, shared his microchip experience with The chips in his hand unlock his Tesla and home and store critical personal data. The chip insertion process is reportedly unpainful, and the chip is described as a minuscule object, similar to a piece of rice in size.

Although the convenience of chipping is becoming more alluring to consumers, some argue that these implants represent the biblical prophecy (The Mark of the Beast). The bible's book of Revelation describes this prophecy: "And the second beast required all people, small and great, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hand or on their forehead." Many religious followers deem our current electronic, keyless, and soon-to-be cashless society that we live in as current-day Sodom and Gomorrah.

I suppose the debate will increase on whether chip implants are purposeful or if they are a new type of human monitoring device that grants too much power and will soon open up Pandora's Box!

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