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Mark of the Beast III

Posted on August 2, 2013 at 11:50 PM

REVELATION 13:18 Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six. (666) I have never been a conspiracy theorist. I am a mere musician, that can plainly see what is going on in the world. And believe me, if I can see it, it's really going on. The barcodes was something I personally noticed while working at a circle k about 20 years ago. I noticed that there were two thin double lines in front, two in the middle and two at the end and these had no numbers. When looking at what number it was by checking out several different upc lables I realized it was a six. This floored me, I then began showing it to people and it wasn't long before I became aquainted with other people that had either seen this or had been shown it. Even the inventor of the barcode admits that they are sixes. George J. Laurer on his own web page has this to say; Yes, they do RESEMBLE the code for a six. An even parity 6 is: 1 module wide black bar 1 module wide white space 1 module wide black bar 4 module wide white space He goes on to say: There is nothing sinister about this nor does it have anything to do with the Bible's "mark of the beast" (The New Testament, The Revelation, Chapter 13, paragraph 1.

It is simply a coincidence like the fact that my first, middle, and last name all have 6 letters. There is no connection with an international money code either. It is true that this appears in Mary Stewart Relf's novel "The New Money System" with other claims which are hard to believe. She wasn't the first to write about it. It was also written about in Ron J. Steele's book "The Mark is ready are you?" in 1977. In his book he focus on the coming microchip technology. I had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Steele in 2004. From the time of it's conception in 1973 it has been the subject of discussion. Lets look at the barcode for a second. This is something you need to discover for yourself, take a product any product and look at the UPC code. Every bar is associated with numbers at the bottom, except the bars at the first, middle, and end. Notice the bars for the number "6" are "||". And these bars are the same bars at the first, in the middle and at the end! There are some products such as soda that have a condensed UPC label. The UPC code is the type of barcode used at the cash register (Point of Sale). There are many types of barcodes but the only ones that will be recognized at the cash register are of the UPC type. Barcodes used for a shipping label or serial numbers are ignored. One product may have two different barcodes such as soda can has a bar code on each can and another on a 12 pack case. The reseller will program their system to read the can barcode, the 12 pack barcode, or both based on which they sell. How are UPC codes linked to RFID Chip technology? That and much more coming soon: So stay tuned...

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