TMR 103 : Dr. Katherine Albrecht : RFID Implant Technology & The Mark of The Beast

KatherineAlbrechtThis week we welcome Dr. Katherine Albrecht, privacy researcher, consumer advocate and bestselling author, who joins us for a wide-ranging discussion centred in her fascinating and compelling hypothesis that "the mark of the Beast" in the Book of Revelation might one day see literal fulfilment in the form of electronic identification devices implanted into human beings.

"He also caused everyone (small and great, rich and poor, free and slave) to obtain a mark on their right hand or on their forehead. Thus no one was allowed to buy or sell things unless he bore the mark of the beast – that is, his name or his number." (Rev. 13:16f, NET Bible)

Mindful of recent news that managers at an office block in Stockholm are inviting workers to receive RFID implants in the hand for the sake of ease and efficiency, Dr. Albrecht decribes her successful battle against the dangerous use of RFID implant technology, and explains how an experience of God in 1999 set her on the path of warning the world about the growing infrastructure of surveillance and control.

Dr. Katherine Albrecht is senior executive with the private search engines StartPage and Ixquick, is on the team behind the new privacy-protecting email program StartMail, and holds a Doctorate in Human Development and Consumer Education from Harvard University.

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[RFID, implant, Antichrist, mark of the Beast, Revelation, 666, preterism, Roman Empire, contactless payment, Verichip, Scott Silverman, Tommy Thompson, cancer, tatoo, iris scan, Coachella, Disney, loyalty card, frequent shopper, cashless, credit card, The Omen, Internet of Things, Smart Grid, surveillance, Ray Kurtzweil, transhumanism, Amal Graafstra, Gmail, NSA, Google, Ixquick, Startpage, StartMail]

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