There has been much talk about man and machine uniting into one entity. The fact that so many people already have parts inside their bodies that are mechanical or machine causes many people to wonder if one day the line between man and machine might be blurred. A pacemaker seems quite tame, but what about if it actually becomes a heart that never stops beating? Transhumanism is a theory, a desire and a process by which man could be made to be better with the help of technology. Another way to think of transhumanism is that it is the goal of creating intelligent artificial beings. Obviously, transhumanism would be something an immoral, narcissistic global elite would embrace. They have been seeking a way to become immortal for a very long time.
A report from back in August of 2011 in the International Business Times has caught on across the internet and gone viral. It describes a piece in the transhumanism puzzle, an electronic tattoo. This tattoo is described as a “‘skin-patch’ that mounts onto the skin like a temporary tattoo and has an array of electronic components that allows researchers to track key vital signs from patients. The patches are already able to monitor the heart, various other muscles and brain activity. The micro-electronics technology, called an epidermal electronic system (EES), was developed by an international team of researchers from the United States, China and Singapore, and is described in the journal Science, reports the Associated Press.”
John Rogers, a professor in materials science and engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign claims, “It’s a technology that blurs the distinction between electronics and biology. Our goal was to develop an electronic technology that could integrate with the skin in a way that is mechanically and physiologically invisible to the user.”
This to me seems to be the perfect candidate for a form of the Mark of the Beast. People think that a chip is the device that will be used that can be placed under the skin, but would this not be easier to convince people to take? No invasive type delivery and the ability to have something that can control your body’s organs and such would be dreamy to a world seeking to reach a higher level of humanity.
My question is why has this story just now taken off? This is an old story. Where is the technology now? Tucked inside ObamaCare was supposedly something about RFID chips that was debunked by Snopes. The key issue is that it was something that originally was attempted. Meaning the government will attempt it again and since they want to get all medical records electronic and have been coining it as a way to make medical records easier to distribute between doctors and to eliminate errors, people will be more likely to accept these tattoos that can contain all those records.
Last January, the National Science Foundation released the following video detailing the progress made in developing the electronic tattoo:
You should know that the National Science Foundation is not a private enterprise. It is a government agency. Here is its website. The Director and Board Members are appointed by the President of the United States and confirmed by the Senate. Dan E. Arvizu is the current director and he is a member of many Boards, one of which is the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Alternative Energies. My globalist spidey senses are tingling. Also interesting to note is the logo of the NSF:
That sure looks like a sun to me disguised as the earth. Yes indeed, these sun worshippers are moving forward with their plans to make themselves super human while preparing their final mark of death for the masses.