posted on Mar, 24 2005 @ 07:58 PM
Well, I'm not much with words, but here's my attempt at a discussion starter
Has anyone ever approached you on the street, preaching about a connection between "the Mark of the beast" and GPS systems, credit cards, etc. I
was, twice. About a year ago and sometime last week. Then, at work today, after I joked about implanting a credit card chip in my fingers so I could
never lose it, (I had recently lost my card) a coworker went on and on about "the mark of the beast". When I worked in an animal shelter a few
years ago, I learned that we already use similar technology in our pets.
I'm not Christian and I don't really read the bible, so when I first heard of this, I thought it was just craziness. The people who spoke with me
seemed normal. And I really didn't expect to hear my co-worker agree with them. But this doesnt seem right to me. I did a little search on this
board and on the web and these are the best links:
Form the frist site:
"Each man on earth who has been baptized and set himself up as a follower of My Son in infancy has received the mark of the cross upon him. He can in
his lifetime cast this away and be branded with the mark of the beast. This will be of his choice. No man will be lost without his own choice." -Our
Lady of the Roses, December 31, 1972
When I was refilling my SmartCard, (just a card that you can load with money to use on the Bus or metro. You don't have to carry money all the time,
very convieniant.) I was approached my a young lady who invited me to bible study and warned me against using said SmartCard because it's basically
like putting 666 on my forehead or the back of my neck.
After reading this and skimming the links, does anyone care to disscuss?