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posted on Jun, 3 2005 @ 05:05 PM
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Originally posted by thelibraDid anyone actually read/watch/listen to the news stories surrounding the mark of the beast being "616"? Do you know where they found it? They found it in the oldest known copy of the Bible for chrissakes!
Someone in here just the other posted about this being a new find and everyone ran with that. This number was mentioned in here months ago by a fellow named Amadeus, and as well by my.

It is not a new find, nor was it found in a Bible. It is a fragment found in Oxyrynchus sometime between 1896 and 1907, but only recently published just prior to 2000.

Nor is the 616 number a new revelation, pardon the pun, since it has been known to anyone who ever read the writings of Ireneus.




posted on Jun, 3 2005 @ 07:06 PM
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posted in a existing thread my 666 theory ....

06/06/2005 thread

njoy and keep it real its just a number!





posted on Jun, 16 2005 @ 07:35 AM
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There is some convincing evidence that the "616" debacle is a fallacy. I refer all who are interested in knowing the Truth about the number "666"(referred to in the Bible's book of Revelation) to an article about Ivan Panin. God is A Mathematician
Panin was a mathematematical genius who "found his proof in the oldest
and most accurate manuscripts - the Received Hebrew Text and the Westcott and Hort Text."
Many of you may be aware that in the Greek and Hebrew languages the letters of the alphabet also represent numbers. His volumes on Biblical numerics included over 40,000 words. If the number "666" had been mistakenly translated, he would have known it. Panin began his study of Biblical numerics as an agnostic; yet he became a believer
after seeing the mathematical perfection in God's Word and in His creation.



posted on Jun, 16 2005 @ 07:50 AM
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For Cybertroy

The following article gives an explanation in laymen's terms of
the functioning and use of barcodes. The author employs graphs and
direct quotes from those who created the barcode system: Barcode

I will only list a few places where the public has been desensitized to
the number's evil connotations. There are many more examples
at the following URL:

user.pa.net...

Listed below are only some of the areas where the number 666 has been used:
1) In 1977, the IRS began requiring the number 666 as a prefix on forms for tax payments
on Individual Retirement Accounts (form W-2P): Disability is 666.3, death is 666.4, etc.
After a lot of protest, it was omitted in 1978-79, but resumed in 1980-81.
2) President Carter’s secret security force had patches with the number 666 on them.
Chrysler Corporation manufactured tanks for President Carter’s secret security force that had the number 666 on the side
3) The Crow’s Hybrid Corn Co. of Iowa offered a ‘666’ seed as its top yielding hybrid.
Scotty had offered a new improved 666 fertilizer.
4) There was an elementary grade algebra book published by the Thomas Corwell Co. in New York, titled 666 Jellybeans.
5) The formula for the NCR model 304 Supermarket Computer was 6 60 6(which is six, three score, and six).

666- (International Code to Activate the World Computer)

[edit on 6/16/2005 by chanteuse]



posted on Jun, 16 2005 @ 11:27 PM
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chanteuse,

Thanks for the links.

Troy



posted on Jun, 17 2005 @ 05:46 PM
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Here's another link for you, cybertroy.

www.americaslastdays.com...

Great information regarding the "mark of the beast".

[edit on 17-6-2005 by BadMojo]



posted on Jun, 17 2005 @ 11:06 PM
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Looks like the link was removed.

Troy



posted on Jun, 18 2005 @ 04:37 AM
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I am a technology instructor. I teach computer networking. I am a networking expert.

I am absolutely certain that this will come to pass. --- Everything on the planet that will need to be securely identified, will be identifiable with a soon to be release security platform that will include three (3) IPV6 addresses as the identifying "marker." Every device on the planet will use three (3) IPV6 addresses for the ultimate security identification. Hence the "666", mark of the beast.

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, PLEASE READ ON:

A new networking technology is going to be released over the next 5 years called IPV6 (internet protocol version six). Currently the world is using IPV4 (internet protocol version four). IPV4 & IPV6 are both TCP/IP (transmission control protocol / internet protocol), the only communication language that is spoken between computers on the internet. TCP/IP or just IP (internet protocol) is the only game in town.

An aspect of IP is that it acts like a telephone number to devices on the internet. Every device on the internet has an IP address. IPV4 is running out of internet addresses. IPV6 was invented to add additional IP address to the shrinking pool of address made available by IPV4.

The new wireless internet (802.16 / WiMax) is currently being released, and should be mainstream within 10 years (or maybe sooner). WiMax will provide for 30 mile wireless internet. With WiMax, all communication devices will be directly connected to the internet. Your cell phone, computer, IPOD, Palm Pilot will use this technology first. You’re Television, and house hold appliances will come next. The important aspect of WiMax in relation to "666" is not that your everyday devices will be hooked to the internet. It is that with the growth of WiMax, IPV6 must be implemented in order to supply enough IP addresses to the glut of new internet devices that will be hitting the consumer.

IPV6 allows for 40 trillion IP address for every square inch of the earth. These IP addresses will be so abundant, that they will be used in an every day fashion to identify objects attached to the internet.

One of the key networking challenges for WiMax (or any wireless technology) is that of roaming from one wireless network to another without the device loosing connectivity. The solution will be that devices will maintain several IP addresses at one time. IPV6 will be implemented with WiMax under the assumption that all internet devices will have many IP addresses simultaneously in use to identify "it's self". The method of using multiple IP address for an internet device (client side / multi-homing) is not a method that is currently used with IPV4.

As the internet develops, three (3) IPV6 addresses will be used to securely identify all devices attached to the internet. This is the "666." Three (3) different IPV6 addresses will be used to securely identify all devices, people, and anything that needs a secure identification.

The three (3) IPv6 addresses for identification will evolve from an out growth of SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) using 3DES 128 bit encryption. Each IPv6 address is 128 bit's in length, and SSL is the main / only security method that is used between computers on the internet. All internet web browsers (IE - internet explorer) currently use SSL to conduct internet banking transactions.

Notice the HTTPS:// in your address bar next time you are banking on the internet. The "S" on HTTPS:// is SSL (Secure Sockets Layer). Normal internet surfing uses only HTTP:// (hyper text transport protocol).

There is going to be a marriage between the need for three (3) 128 bit IPV6 addresses, and the current method of security on the internet SSL (Secure Sockets Layer). SSL will use three (3) 128 bit numbers (IPSEC with 3DES) in a method with IPV6 to provide incredible internet security.

I am absolutely certain that this will come to pass. --- Everything on the planet that will need to be securely identified will be identifiable with a soon to be release security platform that will include three (3) IPV6 addresses as the identifying "marker." Every device on the planet will use three (3) IPV6 addresses for the ultimate security identification. Hence the "666", mark of the beast.

--tom

[edit on 18-6-2005 by tomgold]



posted on Jun, 18 2005 @ 04:57 AM
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Thank you for that information, Tom. I have long suspected the connection of the number 666 with computers. Do you know if all these IVP6 addresses will be collected in any central database?

One more question: Is the Cray Supercomputer still the fastest and largest in the world? I was thinking about the 2 in Brussels.

"Here is wisdom, Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast."



posted on Jun, 18 2005 @ 05:34 AM
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Of course - Just like your house telephone number is in a database with your name on it.

[edit on 18-6-2005 by tomgold]



posted on Jun, 18 2005 @ 05:56 AM
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[edit on 18-6-2005 by tomgold]



posted on Jun, 18 2005 @ 11:10 AM
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Why would someone remove a link? Here it is again...

www.americaslastdays.com...

By the way, marvellous information, tom.

Way Above Top Secret on my list...


[edit on 18-6-2005 by BadMojo]

Who keeps removing my link? And for what reason?

Try this folks...americas last days dot com



[edit on 18-6-2005 by BadMojo]



posted on Jun, 18 2005 @ 02:32 PM
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Tomgold, have you heard of any connection (no pun intended) between this new protocol and ther verichip (subdermal RFID)?



posted on Jun, 18 2005 @ 02:46 PM
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have you heard about 'The Omen 666' comeing out on 06/06/2006?

www.bloody-disgusting.com...



posted on Jun, 18 2005 @ 02:47 PM
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Originally posted by BadMojo
Tomgold, have you heard of any connection (no pun intended) between this new protocol and ther verichip (subdermal RFID)?


There is a direct relationship.

It is very possible that the RFID tag/chip will use three (3) static (permanent) IPv6 addresses for identification ("666"). Since IPv6 allows for 40 trillion IP address for every square inch of the earth, there will be no shortage of IP address. Should it evolve that RFID tags/chips use three (3) static (permanent) IPv6 addresses for identification, it would be the most perfect ultimate identification method ever.

Additional Information:

RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification (Wireless Barcode). RFID tags/chips respond to a type of radar scan emitted from a wireless electronic scanner. These radar scanners will eventually be put into most communication devices. This will be the first implementation of "electronic sight" - "Vision" for electronic devices. The primary directive of future communication devices will be "Survival," -- Connectivity to the internet. The combination of an electronic device seeking "Survival" (internet connectivity), and "Sight" (RFID) will bring electronic/internet/communication devices into stage 2 of the internet revolution. This "Sight" (RFID) aspect is directly related to security. The "666" concept of IPV6 that I conveyed is just an integrated aspect of perfectly identifying all devices that wish to have the ultimate identification. Hence, RFID is just a part of what is to come (electronic vision).

--tom

[edit on 18-6-2005 by tomgold]



posted on Jun, 18 2005 @ 10:49 PM
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Interesting stuff guys. That link was removed again.

Troy



posted on Jun, 19 2005 @ 05:58 AM
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I've recently noticed the number 666 in my username. I think I may be the anti Christ.



posted on Jun, 19 2005 @ 07:27 AM
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I see 666 every damn time I come to this forum. Seems not a day goes by that someone has not predicted what 666 is.

Which brings me to the latest.........


Originally posted by tomgold
As the internet develops, three (3) IPV6 addresses will be used to securely identify all devices attached to the internet. This is the "666."


How the hell does 3 IPV6 addy's translate into 666?

BTW - being "absolutely certain that this will come to pass" kills your own prediction. That story book you get this 666 from says that the mark of the beast and the antichrist will not be predicted.

Misfit



posted on Jun, 19 2005 @ 01:02 PM
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For the record, when ever a post is edited, it will show who did the edited, much like you do when you edit your own posts. Since I see no indication that the posts have been edited, we can assume there were no links removed.

I do not see any connection with the paranormal in this topic, especially the recent posts complaining about link removal and the posts about the "chip".
Could someone please reply with a paranormal tie to the 666 research?



posted on Jun, 19 2005 @ 11:05 PM
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Ok Simon, then you are the anti-christ, tag, your it.


What do you suppose is meant biblically by being marked on the forehead, and on the hand? (it's hand right?) Implant? Actual numbers?

Troy




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