I just happened to stumble upon this website that lets you generate your very own "Mark of the Beast" bar code:
The company is called Barcodes Inc. Of course, they don't promote it as such, but I just found it subtly strange that people can do this sort of thing.
Definitely indicative of how pervasive this concept is becoming with RFID devices poised to become the next generation of the bar code.
All kidding aside, the coming Mark of the Beast is no laughing matter (understatement of the century). We've explored this topic before HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, and HERE.
I just wanted to quickly share what I found to be a sad commentary on the state of modern society (demonstrative of how close we really are) after I read some casual and flippant comments from people about this kind of thing and this company.
As you can see from Christine Hobson's new site, this Mark of the Beast system of control is dangerously close to becoming a reality.
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