Mark of the Beast? Facebook Developing Cashless Payment System

Old-Thinker News | May 3, 2019

By Daniel Taylor

According to the Wall Street Journal, Facebook is developing a cashless payment system with the help of several financial firms, including Mastercard.

Code-named Project Libra, the system will “reward” users for their activity on the platform, just like the Chinese social credit system.

The WSJ reports:

“The effort, should it succeed, threatens to upend the traditional, lucrative plumbing of e-commerce and would likely be the most mainstream application yet of cryptocurrency.”

As Facebook continues to gain favor with the Chinese government, the cashless system will likely be modeled after the Chinese social credit system that tracks citizens purchases. Australia is currently moving to assimilate with this system.

Alex Jones and Infowars have been officially banned from Facebook. Individual users who post links to Infowars articles without explicitly condemning it will also be banned.

Leftist groups are pushing for Mastercard to cut service to conservatives and those who hold wrong political opinions.

Chase Bank has already banned Proud Boys member Enrique Tarrio. He was notified by Chase Bank that the bank will no longer service him.

Activist Laura Loomer was also suspended by Chase Bank.

These examples are a clear warning to everyone that centralized digital currencies and platforms can be used to shut down targeted groups or individuals.

Facebook has already shown that it has complete disregard for users privacy.

Should Facebook’s cashless payment system become a dominant force in our society, freedom is in grave danger. (Click to Source)

 

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IBM, the same company that provided punch card computing systems to the Nazis, lays groundwork for global “Mark of the Beast” cryptocurrency network

Sunday, March 31, 2019 by: Ethan Huff

(Natural News) The world is moving increasingly closer towards the type of single global currency system that was prophesied about in the Biblical book of Revelation. And leading the charge with its full-scale implementation is none other than multinational tech corporation IBM, which recently introduced a new financial transaction technology known as IBM Blockchain World Wire that has “Mark of the Beast” written all over it.

According to an official company announcement, IBM has successfully developed “a real-time global payments network” that it says will help to “optimize” and “accelerate” both foreign exchange and cross-border payments and remittances, making it easier than ever before for people to buy and sell within the global marketplace using variant currencies.

By implementing its own blockchain technology within the confines of a single unified network, IBM says that participants from around the world will now have the ability to process cross-border payments with unprecedented ease, eliminating many of the traditional barriers associated with currency conversion – and basically laying the groundwork for a whole new global currency system that will eventually replace our current decentralized paradigm.

“We’ve created a new type of payment network designed to accelerate remittances and transform cross-border payments to facilitate the movement of money in countries that need it most,” revealed Marie Wieck, General Manager of IBM’s Blockchain division, about how the technology is a game-changer. “By creating a network where financial institutions support multiple digital assets, we expect to spur innovation and improve financial inclusion worldwide.”

Revelation 13 reveals how implantable chips containing global currency will be REQUIRED in order to buy and sell

For those following Bible prophecy, the implications of what IBM is trying to do here are nothing short of chilling. By eliminating the various middlemen associated with cross-border payments while accelerating transactional settlement time to mere seconds, it’ll be as though everyone in the world is transacting using the same currency – which is exactly what the Bible foretells will happen in the end of days.

“He causes all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and slave, to receive a mark on their right hand or on their foreheads, and that no one may buy or sell except one who has the mark or the name of the beast, or the number of his name,” reads Revelation 13:16-17, which is part of John’s amazing, heaven-sent vision depicting a future one-world currency system that the Antichrist will implement during a horrific period of time known as the Great Tribulation when all of the world’s individual national currencies will basically go kaput and be replaced by a universal “mark.”

It will likely play out as a “controlled demolition,” so to speak, of all currencies, including the U.S. dollar and the EU euro. This will prelude the planned global merging of all of these former currencies in to one single currency, which will require some type of biometric or RFID (radio-frequency identification) chip in order to function.

Under this new Luciferian global economy, which will be governed by Satanic Noahide laws, all people, regardless of who they are or where they’re from, will be required to have these chips implanted into their bodies in order for them to have the capacity to engage in commerce – as well as to not starve to death.

“Unless one receives the mark, he or she is unable to buy or sell anything in the global market, meaning many probably will accept the mark simply to survive,” writes Chris Katulka for IsraelMyGlory.org. “Managing what people buy and sell on such an immense scale would require a one-world currency to monitor all transactions.”

Earlier blueprints for global control matrix were also laid by IBM back during WWII in Nazi concentration camps

IBM played a pivotal role in earlier iterations of this type of one-world control matrix, as the company was responsible for developing the technology required to control and track prisoners who were held in Nazi concentration camps during World War II. IBM basically partnered with Adolph Hitler to develop a then-high tech tracking system for keeping tabs on Jews and other political prisoners, tabulating the Nazi census that kept the Holocaust going.

IBM was also responsible for powering the system that kept the trains to the death camps running on time. While other major multinationals such as Coca-Cola and Kodak also worked with the Nazi regime to maintain its centrally-run death machine, IBM is said to have “[gone] the extra mile” in developing the technologies that allowed for millions of people to be systematically imprisoned, and many of them executed.

“… the IBM Hollerith machine, a tabulating machine that ran on punch cards, was an essential tool for executing the logistical challenges of the Jewish extermination during Hitler’s regime in a world before computers,” writes Jack Smith IV for Mic.com. “They didn’t just sell tools and products; they collaborated with the Nazis in creative ways to help them design and execute the systematic destruction of the Jewish people.”

Staying true to its dark legacy, IBM is once again providing the technological backing for yet another impending Holocaust – this one global in nature, and to be run by the Man of Sin himself. And as is typically the case, it’s all being ushered in under the guise of “progress.”

For more related news about how Bible prophecy is all coming together just as the prophets of old foretold, be sure to check out Prophecy.news.

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Sources for this article include:

AsiaTimes.com

PRNewswire.com

BlueLetterBible.com

NaturalNews.com

IsraelMyGlory.org

Mic.com

 

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Mobile World Congress Demos Live Microchip Implants For Bank Payments

BY PNW STAFF MARCH 13, 2019

he buzz around microchip implants was ratcheted up a notch recently with a demonstration at the World Mobile Congress in Barcelona where a man volunteered to to have a chip inserted under his skin, and another showed off how to make payments using his chip insert.
One of the volunteers, Edgar Pons said he decided to have an RFID chip implanted under his skin because it contained credentials to open the door to his house.
Reuters quoted him, saying; “It is super, for me, very useful, because I have an automatic house.”
As Pons was undergoing the procedure, Alex Rodriguez Vitello, a physicist, engineer, curator and explorer at Barcelona-based technology company Alpha, said;
“The chip is the size of a grain of sand or two and it’s covered in a material that is biocompatible so our body doesn’t degrade it over time.”
During the presentation at the MWC 2019 — organized by Spanish bank Sabadell, a man named Pau who had already been fitted with a chip, made a payment by placing his smartphone over the skin covering the chip.
“What we have been seeing now is what the future of payments could be,” said Anna Puigoriol, a financial services manager at Sabadell.
This chip implant is the same technology that allows you to use Apple Pay or Samsung Pay at more technologically inclined outlets today. Banks are considering its deployment but are proceeding cautiously due to privacy and tech concerns.
At one time, the idea that large numbers of people would willingly allow themselves to have microchips implanted into their hands seemed a bit crazy, but now it has become a reality.
Thousands of tech enthusiasts all across Europe have already had microchips implanted, and now a Swedish company is working with very large global employers to implement this on the corporate level.
In fact, Biohax recently told one of the biggest newspapers in the UK that they have been talking with a “major financial services firm” that has  “hundreds of thousands of employees”…
Biohax, a Swedish company that provides human chip implants, told the Telegraph it was in talks with a number of UK legal and financial firms to implant staff with the devices.
One prospective client, which cannot be named, is a major financial services firm with “hundreds of thousands of employees.”

For security-obsessed corporations, this sort of technology can appear to have a lot of upside.  If all of your employees are chipped, you will always know where they are, and you will always know who has access to sensitive areas or sensitive information.

According to a top official from Biohax, the procedure to implant a chip takes “about two seconds”, and it is usually implanted in the hand…
A syringe is used to place the chip in an area between the thumb and forefinger, according to the report. Osterlund said the procedure is similar to ear piercing and takes “about two seconds.” The microchips operate via “near field communication” technology, similar to what is used by no-contact bank cards.
“In a company with 200,000 employees, you can offer this as an opt-in,” Osterlund told the Telegraph.
Right now, many companies use security badges, and I once worked in a building that required a security badge.
But security badges can be lost, stolen or forged.  Theoretically, microchip implants are much more permanent and much more secure, and that is one of the big selling points.  The following is what the chief medical officer of Biohax recently told Fox News…
“The chip implant is a secure way of ensuring that a person’s digital identity is linked to their physical identity. It enables access management in a way that protects individual self-sovereignty and allows users to control the privacy of their online activity,” Dr. Stewart Southey, the Chief Medical Officer at Biohax International, told Fox News.
Of course once this technology starts to be implemented, there will be some workers that will object.
But if it comes down to a choice between getting the implant or losing their jobs, how many workers do you think will choose to become unemployed?
Yes, there will be some that will sacrifice their jobs.  Personally, I will never let anyone put a chip in me.  But just like with so many other things, most of the population will simply choose to accept the “new technology”.
Sadly, the mainstream media is now openly telling us that this is coming.  For example, the following is an excerpt from a recent Fox News article entitled “Are you ready for a chip implant?”…
You walk into a grocery store and pick up eggs. No smartphone? No problem. You swipe your hand across a reader, and the amount is deducted from your bank account.
If that sounds far-fetched, you obviously haven’t been to Sweden recently, where thousands of people have reportedly had chips implanted in their bodies for riding the train.
And not too long ago, the NBC affiliate in Tampa profiled a mother that desperately wants to implant a microchip into her disabled child for safety reasons…
For Steffany Rodroguez-Neely, life is busier than ever. The Bay Area mother-of-three has her hands full 24-hours a day. The ages of her children run the gamut from newborn to teenager. While this Lutz mom prides herself in being an attentive, active, dedicated mother, she’s also a realist. She knows an emergency can happen in a matter of seconds, even to the best of parents.
When Steffany saw the recent tragedy in Pasco County where a toddler wandered into a pond and drowned, her heart was broken. As she talks about it, she shakes her head sadly, closes her eyes and sighs. “It was awful, so sad. You know, good parents have bad things happen,” Steffany told WFLA.
They always like to use the children to make us feel guilty.
The narrative will be that if you are against implantable microchips then you are against child safety and you are a bad person.  By now, you have seen how this works on issue after issue.  There won’t be any talk about the potential tyranny that government-issued identity microchips could unleash.  Instead, all of the talk will be about the “potential benefits” and about how this will make things so much safer “for the children”.
We truly do live in apocalyptic times, and many of us can see where all of this is leading.  Unfortunately, we can complain all that we want but the agenda just keeps moving forward.
Not too long ago, a Wisconsin-based company called Three Square Market began implanting microchips in their employees “on a voluntary basis”.  In the aftermath of that decision, USA Today published an article entitled “You will get chipped — eventually”.  Here are a few lines from that article…
You will get chipped. It’s just a matter of time.
In the aftermath of a Wisconsin firm embedding microchips in employees last week to ditch company badges and corporate logons, the Internet has entered into full-throated debate.
Can you see the psychological tricks that they are using on us?
They want you to believe that it is inevitable and that everyone around you will eventually give in and get chipped.
If this sounds like something you have read in the Book of Revelation you are correct. The Book of Revelation warns that during the Tribulation every person will be required to accept a mark which will signify worship of a one world leader and be necessary for commerce:  “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, so that no one could buy or sell unless he had the mark — the name of the beast or the number of its name. Here is a call for wisdom: Let the one who has insight calculate the number of the beast, for it is the number of a man, and that number is six hundred sixty-six”. Revelation 13:16-18
Most Christians recognize that current chip implants are not the actual “mark of the beast”, yet there is concern that acceptance of such technology is conditioning people for when the real one does come along.
What often starts off as voluntary can just as easily become mandatory and whereas tech itself may be neutral, in the hands of the wrong person it could be extremely dangerous.  Imagine the technology of today in the hands of Hitler.
Christians have long debated the meaning of the “mark of the beast”.  Our generation, however, appears to be the first to have the technology to fulfill this prophecy.
Soon, you may have to answer the question: ‘would you get chipped’? (Click to Source)

 

AI Can HATE With No Human Input

By Dagny Taggart

What if a robot decides it hates you?

That might seem like a silly question, but according to research, developing prejudice towards others does not require a high level of cognitive ability and could easily be exhibited by robots and other artificially intelligent machines.

The study, conducted by computer science and psychology experts from Cardiff University and MIT, revealed that groups of autonomous machines could demonstrate prejudice by simply identifying, copying, and learning the behavior from each other. The findings were published in the journal Nature.

Robots are capable of forming prejudices much like humans.

In a press release, the research team explained that while it may seem that human cognition would be required to form opinions and stereotype others, it appears that is not the case. Prejudice does not seem to a human-specific phenomenon.

Some types of computer algorithms have already exhibited prejudices like racism and sexism which the machines learning from public records and other data generated by humans. In two previous instance of AI exhibiting such prejudice, Microsoft chatbots Tay and Zo were shut down after people taught them to spout racist and sexist remarks on social media.

This means that robots could be just as hateful as human beings can be. And since they’re thousands of times smarter than us, can you imagine the future if they developed a bias against humanity?

No human input is required.

Guidance from humans is not needed for robots to learn to dislike certain people.

However, this study showed that AI doesn’t need provocation and inspiration from trolls to get it to exhibit prejudices: it is capable of forming them all by itself.

To conduct the research, the team set up computer simulations of how prejudiced individuals can form a group and interact with each other. They created a game of “give and take,” in which each AI bot made a decision whether or not to donate to another individual inside their own working group or another group. The decisions were made based on each individual’s reputation and their donating strategy, including their levels of prejudice towards individuals in outside groups.

As the game progressed and a supercomputer racked up thousands of simulations, each individual began to learn new strategies by copying others either within their own group or the entire population.

Co-author of the study Professor Roger Whitaker, from Cardiff University’s Crime and Security Research Institute and the School of Computer Science and Informatics, said of the findings:

By running these simulations thousands and thousands of times over, we begin to get an understanding of how prejudice evolves and the conditions that promote or impede it.

The findings involve individuals updating their prejudice levels by preferentially copying those that gain a higher short term payoff, meaning that these decisions do not necessarily require advanced cognitive abilities.

It is feasible that autonomous machines with the ability to identify with discrimination and copy others could in future be susceptible to prejudicial phenomena that we see in the human population.

Many of the AI developments that we are seeing involve autonomy and self-control, meaning that the behaviour of devices is also influenced by others around them. Vehicles and the Internet of Things are two recent examples. Our study gives a theoretical insight where simulated agents periodically call upon others for some kind of resource. (source)

Autonomy and self-control. Isn’t that what happened in the Terminator franchise?

What if scientists can’t keep AI unbiased?

What will happen if developers and computer scientists can’t figure out a way to keep AI unbiased?

Last year, when Twitter was accused of “shadow banning” approximately 600,000 accounts, CEO Jack Dorsey discussed the challenges AI developers have in reducing accidental bias.

This new research adds to a growing body of disturbing information on artificial intelligence. We know AI has mind-reading capabilities and can do many jobs just as well as humans (and in many cases, it can do a much better job, making us redundant). And, at least one robot has already said she wants to destroy humanity.

Last year, a scientist deliberately created a robot with mental illness and Elon Musk warned us of the dangers of AI.

The risk of something seriously dangerous happening is in the five year timeframe. 10 years at most. Please note that I am normally super pro technology and have never raised this issue until recent months. This is not a case of crying wolf about something I don’t understand.

The pace of progress in artificial intelligence (I’m not referring to narrow AI) is incredibly fast. Unless you have direct exposure to groups like Deepmind, you have no idea how fast — it is growing at a pace close to exponential.

I am not alone in thinking we should be worried.

The leading AI companies have taken great steps to ensure safety. They recognize the danger, but believe that they can shape and control the digital superintelligences and prevent bad ones from escaping into the Internet. That remains to be seen… (source)

Musk added, “With artificial intelligence, we are summoning the demon.”

What do you think?

A robot apocalypse straight out of the movie theaters seems to be approaching. What if robots form biases against certain groups of people – or humanity overall? (Click to Source)

About the Author

Dagny Taggart is the pseudonym of an experienced journalist who needs to maintain anonymity to keep her job in the public eye. Dagny is non-partisan and aims to expose the half-truths, misrepresentations, and blatant lies of the MSM.

 

Did 2018 usher in a creeping tech dystopia?

December 25, 2018 by Matt O’brien

Did 2018 usher in a creeping tech dystopia?
In this April 10, 2018, file photo, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg arrives to testify before a joint hearing of the Commerce and Judiciary Committees on Capitol Hill in Washington, about the use of Facebook data to target American voters in …more

We may remember 2018 as the year when technology’s dystopian potential became clear, from Facebook’s role enabling the harvesting of our personal data for election interference to a seemingly unending series of revelations about the dark side of Silicon Valley’s connect-everything ethos.

The list is long: High-tech tools for immigration crackdowns. Fears of smartphone addiction . YouTube algorithms that steer youths into extremism. An experiment in gene-edited babies .

Doorbells and concert venues that can pinpoint individual faces and alert police. Repurposing genealogy websites to hunt for crime suspects based on a relative’s DNA. Automated systems that keep tabs of workers’ movements and habits. Electric cars in Shanghai transmitting their every movement to the government.

It’s been enough to exhaust even the most imaginative sci-fi visionaries.

“It doesn’t so much feel like we’re living in the future now, as that we’re living in a retro-future,” novelist William Gibson wrote this month on Twitter. “A dark, goofy ’90s retro-future.”

More awaits us in 2019, as surveillance and data-collection efforts ramp up and artificial intelligence systems start sounding more human , reading facial expressions and generating fake video images so realistic that it will be harder to detect malicious distortions of the truth.

But there are also countermeasures afoot in Congress and state government—and even among tech-firm employees who are more active about ensuring their work is put to positive ends.

Did 2018 usher in a creeping tech dystopia?
In this April 18, 2018, file photo, a graphic from the Cambridge Analytica website is displayed on a computer screen in New York. Among the most troubling cases of what made 2018 so ominous was the revelation in March that political …more

“Something that was heartening this year was that accompanying this parade of scandals was a growing public awareness that there’s an accountability crisis in tech,” said Meredith Whittaker, a co-founder of New York University’s AI Now Institute for studying the social implications of artificial intelligence.The group has compiled a long list of what made 2018 so ominous, though many are examples of the public simply becoming newly aware of problems that have built up for years. Among the most troubling cases was the revelation in March that political data-mining firm Cambridge Analytica swept up personal information of millions of Facebook users for the purpose of manipulating national elections.

“It really helped wake up people to the fact that these systems are actually touching the core of our lives and shaping our social institutions,” Whittaker said.

That was on top of other Facebook disasters, including its role in fomenting violence in Myanmar , major data breaches and ongoing concerns about its hosting of fake accounts for Russian propaganda .

It wasn’t just Facebook. Google attracted concern about its continuous surveillance of users after The Associated Press reported that it was tracking people’s movements whether they like it or not.

It also faced internal dissent over its collaboration with the U.S. military to create drones with “computer vision” to help find battlefield targets and a secret proposal to launch a censored search engine in China. And it unveiled a remarkably human-like voice assistant that sounds so real that people on the other end of the phone didn’t know they were talking to a computer.

Those and other concerns bubbled up in December as lawmakers grilled Google CEO Sundar Pichai at a congressional hearing—a sequel to similar public reckonings this year with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and other tech executives.

Did 2018 usher in a creeping tech dystopia?
This Jan. 17, 2017, file photo shows a Facebook logo being displayed in a start-up companies gathering at Paris’ Station F, in Paris. We may remember 2018 as the year in which technology’s dystopian potential became clear, from Facebook’s …more

“It was necessary to convene this hearing because of the widening gap of distrust between technology companies and the American people,” Republican House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy said.Internet pioneer Vint Cerf said he and other engineers never imagined their vision of a worldwide network of connected computers would morph 45 years later into a surveillance system that collects personal information or a propaganda machine that could sway elections.

“We were just trying to get it to work,” recalled Cerf, who is now Google’s chief internet evangelist. “But now that it’s in the hands of the general public, there are people who … want it to work in a way that obviously does harm, or benefits themselves, or disrupts the political system. So we are going to have to deal with that.”

Contrary to futuristic fears of “super-intelligent” robots taking control, the real dangers of our tech era have crept in more prosaically—often in the form of tech innovations we welcomed for making life more convenient .

Part of experts’ concern about the leap into connecting every home device to the internet and letting computers do our work is that the technology is still buggy and influenced by human errors and prejudices. Uber and Tesla were investigated for fatal self-driving car crashes in March, IBM came under scrutiny for working with New York City police to build a facial recognition system that can detect ethnicity, and Amazon took heat for supplying its own flawed facial recognition service to law enforcement agencies.

In some cases, opposition to the tech industry’s rush to apply its newest innovations to questionable commercial uses has come from its own employees. Google workers helped scuttle the company’s Pentagon drone contract, and workers at Amazon, Microsoft and Salesforce sought to cancel their companies’ contracts to supply tech services to immigration authorities.

“It became obvious to a lot of people that the rhetoric of doing good and benefiting society and ‘Don’t be evil’ was not what these companies were actually living up to,” said Whittaker, who is also a research scientist at Google who founded its Open Research group.

Did 2018 usher in a creeping tech dystopia?
In this Aug. 8, 2018, file photo, a mobile phone displays a user’s travels using Google Maps in New York. Google attracted concern about its continuous surveillance of users after The Associated Press reported that it was tracking people’s …more

At the same time, even some titans of technology have been sounding alarms. Prominent engineers and designers have increasingly spoken out about shielding children from the habit-forming tech products they helped create.

And then there’s Microsoft President Brad Smith, who in December called for regulating facial recognition technology so that the “year 2024 doesn’t look like a page” from George Orwell’s “1984.”

In a blog post and a Washington speech, Smith painted a bleak vision of all-seeing government surveillance systems forcing dissidents to hide in darkened rooms “to tap in code with hand signals on each other’s arms.”

To avoid such an Orwellian scenario, Smith advocates regulating technology so that anyone about to subject themselves to surveillance is properly notified. But privacy advocates argue that’s not enough.

Such debates are already happening in states like Illinois, where a strict facial recognition law has faced tech industry challenges, and California, which in 2018 passed the nation’s most far-reaching law to give consumers more control over their personal data. It takes effect in 2020.

The issue could find new attention in Congress next year as more Republicans warm up to the idea of basic online privacy regulations and the incoming Democratic House majority takes a more skeptical approach to tech firms that many liberal politicians once viewed as allies—and prolific campaign donors.

The “leave them alone” approach of the early internet era won’t work anymore, said Rep. David Cicilline, a Rhode Island Democrat poised to take the helm of the House’s antitrust subcommittee.

Did 2018 usher in a creeping tech dystopia?
In this Dec. 11, 2018, file photo, Google CEO Sundar Pichai appears before the House Judiciary Committee to be questioned about the internet giant’s privacy security and data collection, on Capitol Hill in Washington. Google attracted …more

“We’re seeing now some of the consequences of the abuses that can occur in these platforms if they remain unregulated without meaningful oversight or enforcement,” Cicilline said.Too much regulation may bring its own undesirable side effects, Cerf warned.

“It’s funny in a way because this online environment was supposed to remove friction from our ability to transact,” he said. “If in our desire, if not zeal, to protect people’s privacy we throw sand in the gears of everything, we may end up with a very secure system that doesn’t work very well.” (Click to Source)

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666 – The Unholy Number

Written by: J.R. Church

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Cashless Society Rapidly Approaches

We all love our computers. It’s one of the most fascinating instruments ever conceived by the ingenuity of man. They help us find the answers to problems that once took days or even weeks of working mathematical formulas. But, our wonderful computers are helping us issue in the new CASHLESS SOCIETY, needed in a One World Government.

Where does the Bible speak of this “cashless society” and this “Mark of the Beast” that will be used on every man, woman and child who will be “Left Behind” to experience that horrible tribulation after the return of Jesus Christ for his Bride and the uprising of the Antichrist.

Revelation 13:16-18 (KJV) reads:

  1. 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:
  2. 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.
  3. 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.

 

Greek Word for Computer

The word “count” in verse 18 comes from the Greek word “psephizo.”  It means, “to compute.”

From the statement of that inspired verse, we are led to draw the conclusion that IT IS POSSIBLE to compute the name of the antichrist and thus discover who he WILL BE. I say, “WILL BE” because, this prophecy has been reserved, evidently, for the believer of the last generation, and because no one has been successful in attempts at gematria in the past.

The famous “666” has been studied by students of prophecy for many years. They have tried to compute the names of various world leaders – to try to find out if they fit the description of the antichrist.

For instance, during World War II, many people thought that Hitler was the antichrist. The name HITLER can be computed, using the following number code:

A=100, B=101, C=102, D=103, E=104, F=105, G=106, H=107, I=108, J=109, K=110, L=111, M=112, N=113,
O=114, P=115, Q=116, R=117, S=118, T=119, U=120, V=121, W=122, X=123, Y=124, Z=125

H=107
I=108
T=119
L=111
E=104
R=117
666

Giving the letters of his name numerical values, then adding the letters together, you reach the sum of 666. Of course, Hitler was not THE ANTICHRIST, although he was an antichrist. Jesus said in Matthew 24 that there would be many.

This procedure is called “GEMATRIA” by Dr. E.W. Bullinger in his book, “Number in the Scripture.” Dr. Bullinger published his book in 1894. He had no idea that a man named Hitler would emerge upon the world scene.

Yet, he added credibility to the process. On page 282 he wrote, “Six hundred and sixty six is the ‘number of a name.’ When the name of the antichrist is known its gematria will doubtless be found to be the number 666.”

Some have said that 666 applied to Pope Paul VI. Blessed Paul VI, original name Giovanni Battista Montini (born September 26, 1897, Concesio, near Brescia, Italy – died August 6, 1978). PAUL VI – 6 letters in his name. Paul in Latin is Paulus, also 6 letters. He was the 6th Pope named Paul. Thus, 666. His ELECTION was on 6/21/63 (This involves two 6’s and 2+1+3=6). Thus, 666. At age 66, he was the 6th pope elected in the 20th century, thus, 666. His crowning took place on 6/30/63 (again, two 6’s and 3+3=6). Thus, 666.

The original apostle Paul was executed in Rome on 6/30/66 A.D. (Note 66 A.D.)

However, we cannot say with certainty that we have discovered THE ANTICHRIST. In fact, the letters that make up the Roman numerals add up to that unholy number.

I=1, V=5, X=10, L=50, C=100, D=500 (total 666).

Surely, this gematria of Roman numerals reveals to us that the 10-nation confederation of the end time world powers headed up by the antichrist will have its roots in Rome. Dr. C.I. Scofield taught this “revival of the Roman Empire” in his study helps, to the Bible published originally in 1909.

Whatever the numbering system, it is an exciting study. We can only speculate at this point, and we will not be on earth when that Man of Sin is revealed. There is no way we can pinpoint prophecy, but we can get excited about the Saviour’s soon return when we study prophecy.

The world today is being prepared for that famous unholy number – 666.

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The movie entitled, “The Final Conflict” – the third ‘Omen’ film, reveals the number 666 in its advertisements.

Computers sent to Israel by the Lear Seigler Company bear the number 666.

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Atop a skyscraper in New York City shines the unholy 666 in huge bright red numbers. Yes, the world is being prepared for the antichrist.

In 1973, the Yom Kippur War broke out between the Arabs and the Jews. Mr. Henry Kissinger began his “shuttle diplomacy” and brought the war to an almost miraculous conclusion. CBS News called him “the greatest miracle worker in the Middle East since…oh well, in a long time.” Mr. Sadat of Egypt also called him a miracle worker. To many students of prophecy he was a good candidate for the antichrist and strangely enough, his name does add up to 666.

In order to find that gamatria we must add the number 6 (which is the number of man) to each succeeding letter of the alphabet.

A=6, B=12, C=18, D=24, E=30, F=36, G=42, H=48, I=54, J=60, K=66, L=72, M=78, N=84, O=90, P=96, Q=102, R=108, S=114, T=120, U=126, V=132, W=138, X=144, Y=150, Z=156

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The name Kissinger, therefore, was computed in the following manner:

K=66, I=54, S=114, S=114, I=54, N=84, G=42, E=30, R=108 (KISSINGER =666)

Is this a viable way to compute? While researching the question, I discovered that the Sumerian peoples of Southern Iraq used “base 6” in their number system. The Sumerians lived in the days of Noah and are the earliest civilization known to archaeology. The common fractions ½, 1/3, ¼ and 1/5 were written accordingly as 30/60, 20/60, 15, 60, 12, 60, etc. (Zondervan Pictorial Encyclopedia of the Bible, Vol. 4, pages 453, 454).

Also, the Assyrians and Babylonians used this “sexagesimal” system. That is, the base is not 10: 10X10=100; 10X100=1,000; and so on; but 60: 60X60=3,600; 60x60x60=216,000.

What about our English alphabet? Isn’t it different from Hebrew? Well, it is exciting to note that our English alphabet is basically the same as that of every other language on earth. Whether it be, A,B,C – (English); Alpha, Beta, Gamma – (Greek); or Aleph, Beth, Gimel – (Hebrew), it is still the same.

Antichrist

 

All languages found their origin in a common source before the Tower of Babel. Since Babel, the languages and alphabets have of necessity been changed. But if the antichrist has an English name, the gamatria must of necessity be from the English alphabet.

I didn’t put much stock in the study, however, until I began doing research on its feasibility. I picked out several words and added up their numerical values to see what I could find.

The ancient idolatry at Babel was a worship of the SUN and MOON. So I added up their combined numerical value.

 

S = 114
U = 126
N = 84

M = 78
O = 90
O = 90
N = 84
666

With my appetite thus whetted, I took the words LUCIFER and HELL.

L = 72                   H = 48
U = 126                E = 30
C = 18                   L = 72
I = 54                    L = 72
F = 36                     222
E = 30                   TOTAL: 666
R = 108
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It is fantastic that Lucifer has 3 equal numbers and that hell has 3 equal numbers. What would happen, I thought, if I substituted HADES in places of the word HELL?

H = 48
A = 6
D = 24
E = 30
S = 114
   222

Amazing! Hell and Hades have the same numerical value. Though they are spelled differently, they have the same meaning. Well, I thought, let’s use another name for Lucifer – DEVIL, and let’s use the Old Testament name for hell – SHEOL.

D = 24                 S = 114             TOTAL: 666
E = 30                 H = 48
V = 132               E = 30
I = 54                  O = 90
L = 72                 L = 72

The study of gematria began to become more interesting to me. People are sinners, I thought, so I decided to compute PEOPLE and SIN.

P = 96               S = 114             TOTAL: 666
E = 30               I = 54
O = 90              N = 84
P = 96
L = 72
E = 30

The DEVIL is called a DRAGON in Revelation 12:9, so I took the two words and added their numerical values:

DEVIL

Mark of Beast

I went to Revelation 13 and took another look at the MARK OF THE BEAST. Leaving out the word “the” since it is only descriptive, but leaving in the word “of” for it is a necessary conjunction, I computed the words MARK OF BEAST.

Such a coincidence is astounding, to say the least. Maybe, just maybe, we have hit upon a gematria that will lead us into end time teachings.

 

Computer The Beast

 

 

THE COMPUTER is thought by many to be the “image of the beast.” A large computer has been built near Brussels, Belgium (headquarters of the European Common Market) that will control the future one world money system. Those who built the computer call it “the beast.” It is self-programming. That means it will be able to deed itself information. It will give every person a number. Its counterpart in the U.S. is in St. Louis, Missouri. The 10 nations of Europe and the U.S. will one day convert their monies into a common currency. Curious to know if the computer had a gemetria, I added up its letters:

 

 

C = 18
O = 90
M = 78
P = 96
U = 126
T = 120
E = 30
R = 108
   666

Fascinated by this time, I thought if we had a candidate for the antichrist and a candidate for the image of the beast associated with the numerical value of 666, then surely, we could complete the unholy trinity by finding his capitol city.

I had always preached that Rome would become the headquarters of the antichrist. C.I. Scofield and other scholars taught the same theory. In the middle of the tribulation, Rome will be burned and the antichrist will move his throne from Rome to Jerusalem.

When I learned that the ancient city of Babylon was being restored in Iraq, I began to have second thoughts. Could it be Rome? Could it be Babylon? What about Jerusalem? Putting their names to the test, I drew a dud. Rome’s gematria is 306. Babylon’s gemetria is 426. Jerusalem’s gematria is 624. I then considered Moscow, London, Paris, Rome, Brussels, Washington D.C., even Pieking and Tokyo. But none of these giant metropolitan cities fit the gematria, until…

until I came to NEW YORK!

New York City hosts the world parliament today – the United Nations. Some call the U.N. the modern tower of Babel. It is the perfect place for the rise of the antichrist. Also, New York is the base of the International Bankers and the One World Money System. I had never considered New York before, yet it is so obvious. Its gematria is 666!

N = 84                    TOTAL: 666
E = 30
W = 138

Y = 150
O = 90
R = 108
K = 66

If we are living in the end time generation; if the second coming of Christ to rapture His bride is near; and if the seven-year Tribulation looms on the horizon – then maybe we have here more than just a mental exercise in gematria. That’s for you to decide. I have one admonition – keep your eyes on the skies!
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What’s Next…the Mark of the Beast?

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Wisconsin company announces it will be installing MICROCHIPS in their employees – but insists there’s no GPS tracking.

A Wisconsin company announced this week that it plans to install microchips in employees, but they are insisting there will be ‘no GPS tracking’.

Three Square Market, a company that designs software for break room markets, is about to become the first in the US to offer microchip implants to its employees.

According to their press release, the program will be optional for employees and the company will begin implementation on August 1.

The implanted Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) chip will allow workers to make purchases in their break room micro market, open doors, login to computers, use the copy machine, among other things.

‘Eventually, this technology will become standardized allowing you to use this as your passport, public transit, all purchasing opportunities, etc,’ Three Market Square CEO, Todd Westby, said.

The company is expecting over 50 staff members to be voluntarily chipped with the technology that is no larger than a small grain of rice.

Employees will have the chip implanted between the thumb and forefinger underneath the skin.

Westby explained that users of the chip will scan their items at a break room market kiosk and hit pay with a credit card.

Chip users will then hold their hands up, similar to how consumers pay for products using their cellphones, and it’ll pay for the product.

Each chip costs $300 and the company will pay for them. Westby said the data is both encrypted and secure and for those wondering, ‘there’s no GPS tracking at all’. (Click to Source)

Reported by: DailyMail.co.uk

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PROPHECY WATCH: Mark of the Beast forerunner happening in India

‘Big Brother’ in India Requires Fingerprint Scans for Food, Phones and Finances

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NEW DELHI — Seeking to build an identification system of unprecedented scope, India is scanning the fingerprints, eyes and faces of its 1.3 billion residents and connecting the data to everything from welfare benefits to mobile phones.

Civil libertarians are horrified, viewing the program, called Aadhaar, as Orwell’s Big Brother brought to life. To the government, it’s more like “big brother,” a term of endearment used by many Indians to address a stranger when asking for help.

For other countries, the technology could provide a model for how to track their residents. And for India’s top court, the ID system presents unique legal issues that will define what the constitutional right to privacy means in the digital age.

A woman watches as a man has his irises scanned, one of several ways the system uses identifying characteristics to track people.CreditThe New York Times

To Adita Jha, Aadhaar was simply a hassle. The 30-year-old environmental consultant in Delhi waited in line three times to sit in front of a computer that photographed her face, captured her fingerprints and snapped images of her irises. Three times, the data failed to upload. The fourth attempt finally worked, and she has now been added to the 1.1 billion Indians already included in the program.

Ms. Jha had little choice but to keep at it. The government has made registration mandatory for hundreds of public services and many private ones, from taking school exams to opening bank accounts.

“You almost feel like life is going to stop without an Aadhaar,” Ms. Jha said.

Technology has given governments around the world new tools to monitor their citizens. In China, the government is rolling out ways to use facial recognition and big data to track people, aiming to inject itself further into everyday life. Many countries, including Britain, deploy closed-circuit cameras to monitor their populations.

But India’s program is in a league of its own, both in the mass collection of biometric data and in the attempt to link it to everything — traffic tickets, bank accounts, pensions, even meals for undernourished schoolchildren.

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“No one has approached that scale and that ambition,” said Jacqueline Bhabha, a professor and research director of Harvard’s FXB Center for Health and Human Rights, who has studied biometric ID systems around the world. “It has been hailed, and justifiably so, as an extraordinary triumph to get everyone registered.”

Critics fear that the government will gain unprecedented insight into the lives of all Indians.

In response, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other champions of the program say that Aadhaar is India’s ticket to the future, a universal, easy-to-use ID that will reduce this country’s endemic corruption and help bring even the most illiterate into the digital age.

“It’s the equivalent of building interstate highways,” said Nandan Nilekani, the technology billionaire who was tapped by the government in 2009 to build the Aadhaar system. “If the government invested in building a digital public utility and that is made available as a platform, then you actually can create major innovations around that.”

The potential uses — from surveillance to managing government benefit programs — have drawn interest elsewhere. Sri Lanka is planning a similar system, and Britain, Russia and the Philippines are studying it, according to the Indian government.

Aadhaar, which means “foundation” in English, was initially intended as a difficult-to-forge ID to reduce fraud and improve the delivery of government welfare programs.

But Mr. Modi, who has promoted a “digital India” vision since his party took power in 2014, has vastly expanded its ambitions.

The poor must scan their fingerprints at the ration shop to get their government allocations of rice. Retirees must do the same to get their pensions. Middle-school students cannot enter the water department’s annual painting contest until they submit their identification.

In some cities, newborns cannot leave the hospital until their parents sign them up. Even leprosy patients, whose illness damages their fingers and eyes, have been told they must pass fingerprint or iris scans to get their benefits.

Ajay B. Pandey, center, runs the Unique Identification Authority of India, the government agency that oversees Aadhaar.CreditThe New York Times

The Modi government has also ordered Indians to link their IDs to their cellphone and bank accounts. States have added their own twists, like using the data to map where people live. Some employers use the ID for background checks on job applicants.

“Aadhaar has added great strength to India’s development,” Mr. Modi said in a January speech to military cadets. Officials estimate that taxpayers have saved at least $9.4 billion from Aadhaar by weeding out “ghosts” and other improper beneficiaries of government services.

Opponents have filed at least 30 cases against the program in India’s Supreme Court. They argue that Aadhaar violates India’s Constitution — and, in particular, a unanimous court decision last year that declared for the first time that Indians had a fundamental right to privacy.

Rahul Narayan, one of the lawyers challenging the system, said the government was essentially building one giant database on its citizens. “There has been a sort of mission creep to it all along,” he said.

People filling out forms to register for the Aadhaar system in New Delhi. One advantage cited for using biometric data is that it can identify people who are illiterate or have no proper identification.CreditThe New York Times

The court has been holding extensive hearings and is expected to make a ruling in the spring.

The government argues that the universal ID is vital in a country where hundreds of millions of people do not have widely accepted identification documents.

“The people themselves are the biggest beneficiaries,” said Ajay B. Pandey, the Minnesota-trained engineer who leads the Unique Identification Authority of India, the government agency that oversees the system. “This identity cannot be refused.”

Businesses are also using the technology to streamline transactions.

Banks once sent employees to the homes of account applicants to verify their addresses. Now, accounts can be opened online and finished with a fingerprint scan at a branch or other authorized outlet. Reliance Jio, a telecom provider, relies on an Aadhaar fingerprint scan to conduct the government-mandated ID check for purchases of cellphone SIM cards. That allows clerks to activate service immediately instead of forcing buyers to wait a day or two.

But the Aadhar system has also raised practical and legal issues.

Although the system’s core fingerprint, iris and face database appears to have remained secure, at least 210 government websites have leaked other personal data — such as name, birth date, address, parents’ names, bank account number and Aadhaar number — for millions of Indians. Some of that data is still available with a simple Google search.

Waiting to register for the system in New Delhi. Aadhaar was initially intended to reduce fraud and improve the delivery of welfare benefits. Officials have since broadly expanded its range.CreditThe New York Times

As Aadhaar has become mandatory for government benefits, parts of rural India have struggled with the internet connections necessary to make Aadhaar work. After a lifetime of manual labor, many Indians also have no readable prints, making authentication difficult. One recent studyfound that 20 percent of the households in Jharkand state had failed to get their food rations under Aadhaar-based verification — five times the failure rate of ration cards.

“This is the population that is being passed off as ghosts and bogus by the government,” said Reetika Khera, an associate professor of economics at the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, who co-wrote the study.

Seeing these problems, some local governments have scaled back the use of Aadhaar for public benefits. In February, the government for the Delhi region announced that it would stop using Aadhaar to deliver food benefits.

Dr. Pandey said that some problems were inevitable but that his agency was trying to fix them. The government is patching security holes and recently added face recognition as an alternative to fingerprint or iris scans to make it easier to verify identities.

Fears that the Indian government could use Aadhaar to turn the country into a surveillance state, he said, are overblown. “There is no central authority that has all the information,” he said.

Before Aadhaar, he said, hundreds of millions of Indians could not easily prove who they were.

“If you are not able to prove your identity, you are disenfranchised,” he said. “You have no existence.”  (Click to Source)

Correction: 

A picture caption with an earlier version of this article misidentified which of the people shown was undergoing a security check. It was the man in the foreground, not the woman. The caption also misstated what was being scanned. It was the man’s irises, not his retinas.

Suhasini Raj contributed reporting.

 

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Scientist Believes the Human Microchip Will Become “Not Optional”

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In the virtual realm, software programs are now capable of watching us in real time, going so far as to make predictions about our future behaviors and sending alerts to the appropriate monitoring station depending on how a computer algorithm flags your activities. That is in and of itself a scary proposition.

What may be even scarier, however, is what’s happening in the physical realm. According to researches working on human-embedded microchips it’s only a matter of time before these systems achieve widespread acceptance.

“Chances are you’re carrying a couple of RFID microchips now. And if you are, they’re sending out a 15-digit number that identifies you. That number can be picked up by what’s called an ISO compliant scanner. And they’re everywhere, too. […]

“It’s not possible to interact with society in a meaningful way by not having a mobile phone. I think human implants are likely to go along a very similar route. It would be such a disadvantage to not have the implant that it essentially becomes not optional.”

Your initial reaction to this idea may be one of disbelief. There’s no way society would accept such a device. Why would anyone want to implant this in their body?

Consider for a moment where we are right now. For decades Americans rejected the notion that they would submit to being tracked or recorded.

Yet, just about every American now carries a mobile phone. They’re so prevalent, in fact, that many consider it a “right,” prompting the government to actually provide subsidies to those who can’t afford one on their own.

Embedded in every one of those phones is an RFID chip that can track our every movement via GPS or cell tower triangulation. Moreover, those microphones and cameras that come standard on every phone can be remotely activated by law enforcement surveillance systems, a capability that has existed since the early 2000′s.

But as intrusive as these devices are, they are accepted as the norm by billions of people world wide. Not only that, but no one had to “force” them on us. We are, it seems, the masters of our own enslavement. And we pay top dollar to have the best tracking device money can buy!

Granted, one can simply disconnect from “the grid” by throwing away their cell phone. But, the direction these new monitoring technologies are moving coupled with continued government expansion of surveillance suggests that microchip RFID technology will eventually be non-voluntary.

Michael Snyder of The Truth Wins asks What will you do when you can no longer buy or sell without submitting to biometric identification?

“This technology is going to keep spreading, and it is going to become harder and harder to avoid it. And it is easy to imagine what a tyrannical government could do with this kind of technology. If it wanted to, it could use it to literally track the movements and behavior of everyone. […]

“And one day, this kind of technology will likely be so pervasive that you won’t be able to open a bank account, get a credit card or even buy anything without having either your hand or your face scanned first.”

It’s difficult to imagine a populace that will freely submit to such digital bondage. But as has been the case with the degradation of personal privacy and rights in America, be assured it won’t simply become law over night.

First, the technologies will need to be generally accepted by society. It’ll start with real-time consumer based products like Google Glass.

The older generations may reject it, but in a couple of years you can bet that tens of millions of kids, teens and younger adults will be roaming the streets while sporting cool shades, interactive web surfing and the capability to record everything around them and upload it to the internet instantly.

Next, as we’re already seeing from early adopters, RFID chips will be voluntarily implanted under our skin for everything from access to high security buildings to grocery store purchases.

Eventually, once the concept is generally accepted by the majority, it will become our new “social security number.” (Click to Source)

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Artificial Intelligence & The Coming Global Empire

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A series of recent news stories have highlighted the massive advances made in the field of artificial intelligence (AI). Several of those focus on China’s Yitu Technologies, a company at the forefront of AI development. Yitu created a technology called Dragonfly.
Dragonfly can search and analyze billions of photographs and locate a single person in a matter of seconds. Connected to cameras in the Shanghai Metro, it identified over 500 criminals in a three month period. It’s so powerful it can recognize people wearing disguises. And it can identify people using pictures that are more than 30 years old.
Think of the power this gives the Chinese government. As Dragonfly connects to every camera in the nation, criminals will have nowhere to hide. Unfortunately, no one else will either. Chinese dissidents, political activists, ethnic minorities, Christians, and other “enemies of the state” will also have nowhere to hide. And it’s quite unlikely China will be the only state to take advantage of this technology.

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The Rise of Big Brother
In George Orwell’s novel 1984, we’re first introduced to “Big Brother” – an omnipresent, all-powerful and “well-intentioned” totalitarian regime. The book’s hero, Winston Smith, lives in a world where every citizen is under 24/7 surveillance. Personal privacy doesn’t exist.
Government controls every part of life. Monitors in Winston’s apartment spy on him when he’s home. Other devices spy on him when he’s not home. Hidden cameras and microphones capture his words, deeds, and even his facial expressions. His mail is opened, and “thought police” search for and arrest any citizens who dare to have thoughts or feelings outside of those sanctioned by Big Brother and the ruling elite.
Winston’s world is a place of absolute government control. No conversation, movement, or transaction goes unnoticed. The government is watching – always. In the decades since Orwell first released 1984, people have marveled at what they see as great insight into our future.
And they’re right to do so. Because 1984 is becoming our reality. And unfortunately, Yitu Technologies and Dragonfly are just a small part of what’s coming. Why do I say that? Because we’re only in the first stages of the AI revolution.
What’s Coming
In the near future, technologies like Dragonfly will be commonplace. And the ability to see and hear everything will be even easier for government. Unfortunately, while most people object to this type of surveillance and invasion of privacy, their everyday actions bring it closer and closer to reality. How? Many people voluntarily reveal the most intimate details of their lives.

 

They upload pictures of themselves and their friends to Facebook, and they tag them so AI systems can recognize them. They reveal personal information on Snapchat and Twitter. And they set up devices like the Google Mini and the Amazon Echo in their homes.
These devices respond to voice commands and make life easier. But they also have a downside. By definition, they’re always listening. That means a microphone is in your house listening at all times. And some of the newer devices feature cameras as well.
As time goes by, these devices will become smaller and cheaper. And as they become smaller and cheaper, they’ll become ubiquitous. They’ll be everywhere. How much smaller and cheaper will these devices become? Imagine trillions of HD cameras and microphones – each one the size of a dust particle.
Some might be so small the naked eye can’t see them. These cameras and microphones will constantly record everything. How will they be placed? They won’t. Like dust, they’ll spread across the earth and settle on every surface. They’ll be everywhere.
They’ll settle on your clothes. They’ll come in through the ventilation in your house. They’ll stick to the bottoms of shoes, and they’ll blow through the streets. And this “nanodust” will send raw video and audio content straight to the government.
“But wait,” you might say. “How will the government sift through all this data? It would take legions of intelligence analysts a century or more to listen to just one day of global conversations, right?” That’s true. But humans won’t comb through all this data. AI will.

 

Technology similar to Dragonfly will search and analyze everything – not just faces. In the same way Dragonfly analyzes faces, AI systems of the future will search audio recordings for specific phrases and undesirable language.
They’ll analyze video to find certain patterns of movement or behavior. And AI systems will be able to identify common traits shared by enemies of the state. With the ability to process mountains of information at high speeds, AI systems will analyze information with a much higher level of precision than any human analyst ever could.
A global network of such technologies will have the ability to “listen” to every conversation on earth. No one will be able to escape the ever watchful eye of “Big Brother.”
The Coming Global Empire
So why does all this matter? Because two thousand years ago the Bible said a single government will rule all the people of the world (Revelation 13:7). It also said the leader of that government will exercise such total control he’ll be able to decide who can buy or sell anything (Revelation 13:17). Think about those statements.
A global government will have total and complete control over all commerce. To achieve this feat requires a police state the likes of which the world has never seen. Was such a state possible in the 1st Century? No. Was it possible in the 20th Century? No. How about in this century? Yes. It will be. And it won’t just be a possibility. It will be reality. Government won’t be able to resist the temptation AI offers. It’s just one more sign we’re nearing the end of the present age.
Remember, global government isn’t the only sign of the end. But it’s appearing at the same time as the other signs Jesus and the prophets said to look for. Israel is back in the land (Jeremiah 23:7-8)… The Jewish people once again reside in Jerusalem (Luke 21:24-28)… Though small, Israel has an exceedingly great army (Ezekiel 37:10)… Europe is unifying (Daniel 2:31-45)… And the Gospel is being preached to the ends of the earth (Matthew 24:14). These are all signs Jesus and the prophets said to look for. And our generation is the first ever to witness these signs. Think this is mere coincidence? I don’t either.
Jesus Himself said, “When all these things begin to happen, look up for your salvation is near!” (Luke 21:28). In fact, He said the generation witnessing these signs will not pass away before He returns (Matthew 24:34). The appearance of these signs is the #1 indicator the end of the age and the Second Coming of Jesus are near.
For the first time in history, we see those signs. They’re all around us. So don’t doubt it. Jesus is coming!  (Click to Source)
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