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There is no endgame, because there's no game.
wor·ship [wur-ship] Show IPA
reverent honor and homage paid to God or a sacred personage, or to any object regarded as sacred.
formal or ceremonious rendering of such honor and homage: They attended worship this morning.
adoring reverence or regard: excessive worship of business success.
the object of adoring reverence or regard.
Electronic tattoos are more capable than the RFID chips that most picture in their head.
Funny thing, they are going completely under the radar of most it seems.
So yes I can see that this could be the 'Mark of the beast' IF the bible story is true!!!
2. Once the public has been suitably outraged and panicked make sure that the next child stolen is already chipped,
3. Send in the police to rescue the chipped child...
t’s generally said that the roots of radio frequency identification technology can be traced back to World War II. The Germans, Japanese, Americans and British were all using radar—which had been discovered in 1935 by Scottish physicist Sir Robert Alexander Watson-Watt—to warn of approaching planes while they were still miles away. The problem was there was no way to identify which planes belonged to the enemy and which were a country’s own pilots returning from a mission.
The Germans discovered that if pilots rolled their planes as they returned to base, it would change the radio signal reflected back. This crude method alerted the radar crew on the ground that these were German planes and not Allied aircraft (this is, essentially, the first passive RFID system).
Under Watson-Watt, who headed a secret project, the British developed the first active identify friend or foe (IFF) system. They put a transmitter on each British plane. When it received signals from radar stations on the ground, it began broadcasting a signal back that identified the aircraft as friendly. RFID works on this same basic concept. A signal is sent to a transponder, which wakes up and either reflects back a signal (passive system) or broadcasts a signal (active system). - See more at: www.rfidjournal.com.../#sthash.krGD58Hb.dpuf