That is bringing us steps closer to Revelation 13:17-18's 666 system but, according to verse 10, the USA will not be alive to see it. As a matter of fact, most of the technologies being developed here will not be used in controlling the people because during TRump's - the 43rd president because numbers 22 and 24 are the same person and William Henry Harrison discarnated 31 days after his oath without doing anything presidentially - and the "son of man" called "the second coming of Christ" will end the developing of those technologies in bringing world peace using the Constitution as "a rod of iron" (Revelation 12:5).
Since it's prophesied to be stab listed it is neither good nor bad, existence designed it to be brought into existence. If we say either then we are attempting to undermine existence by our sense's preferences.
Ah Yes, Old Tipicanoe who defeated Van Buren in the 1840 election. He was the oldest president ever elected in those days and died of pneumonia on April 1841, after being in office for only one month.
We will reject illusion and search for reality? Reality is neither good nor bad. It just depends on what we want? Perhaps things will become so bad we can only escape by choosing Reality and knowing Reality. If Jesus does come back, (as he apparently said he would ... Did he?) you really think he will take office (as president in THIS country?) for a short time? Or this is a metaphor as the people themselves will want nothing to do with these technologies, due to increased awareness. Maybe the technologies themselves will bring on a want/need/desire to KNOW God's ACTUAL world and existence.
Jesus is not a Hebrew name [see my hub "Why It's Written "In the Name 'Of' Jesus"] but a pseudonym representing Isaiah 11:1's "Rod" from Jesse's stem and also the "Branch" to grow out of his roots, which is two different people. It also represents the 2 stones Moses smote, the first he was told to smite and the second he smote out of anger, again two different people. Thus, the second person the word Jesus represents will take over the government and rule it with a rod of iron [see my "Revelation Chapter Twelve" hub].
Everyone [5 of the 10 virgins (Matthew 25:1-16) who who keep their garments spotless and goes into Armageddon (Rev.16:15-16) to be protected from "The Battle of That Great Day of god Almighty" (Rev.16:13-14)] will also be a Christ who after giving birth to Rev. 6:9-11's "dead in Christ" during the first of 7 millenniums (Rev.20:4-5) will together replenish the earth for Rev. 21's spiritual civilization with everyone killed in the above mentioned battle. And the cycle continues back to Genesis 1's "In beginning god" as the Hebrew word translated into "in the beginning" of explaining the earth's cycle.
The key to comprehending the Bible is to obey Isaiah 28:9-10 which is the same as what Jesus called "new birth" and I call the reversing "metamorphosis" from Adam and Eve's eating "the knowledge of good and evil". Only then will we see the message the Bible is intended to be revealed by "the [Branch from] the Root of David per Rev. 5:5.
"H.R. 4919, which passed 346 to 66 in the lower chamber, also known as Kevin and Avonte’s Law, mandates the U.S. attorney general award grants to law enforcement officials so that those agencies can create, establish and operate “locative tracking technology programs.”
The programs mission would to find “individuals with forms of dementia, such as Alzheimer’s Disease, or children with developmental disabilities, such as autism, who have wandered from safe environments.”
Additionally, the bill would also require the attorney general to consult with the secretary of health and human services and other health organizations to come up with best practices for the tracking devices.
While advocates of the legislation — like Texas Democrat Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee and New Jersey Republican Rep. Chris Smith — point to tragedies that could be averted by law enforcement using such technology to find those with mental disabilities who wander into dangerous circumstances, others, like Texas Republican Rep. Louie Gohmert, say the good intentions of the bill could be broadly interpreted.
“While this initiative may have noble intentions, ‘small and temporary’ programs in the name of safety and security often evolve into permanent and enlarged bureaucracies that infringe on the American people’s freedoms. That is exactly what we have here. A safety problem exists for people with Alzheimer’s, autism and other mental health issues, so the fix, we are told, is to have the Department of Justice, start a tracking program so we can use some device or method to track these individuals 24/7,” Gohmert said in his floor speech."
FROM: http://dailycaller.com/2016/12/08/human … ses-house/
I can see a positive use for being able to track someone with Alzheimer's. My mother had it and was a wanderer.
However, I am leery about handing that authority to law enforcement. To me, it goes without saying that installation of a tracking device on a human should be strictly voluntary. In the case of a person with Alzheimer's, who night have a legal guardian, that decision could be the legal guardian's decision.
This is an instance where I would be more comfortable contracting with a private company for tracking services, with the option of calling police if needed.
It would be good for other purposes too … well, in the private sector: cheating spouses, alcoholic husbands/wives ….. significant others or spouses in general … teen-age children or otherwise unmanageable offspring …
No, not funny.
Technically you are already 'chipped' yourself voluntarily by carrying a cell phone with you at all times.
Here's a funny joke I played on a male friend. (We were working on the computer) He's not very computer savvy and was on the outs with his wife. I told him that she knows where he is at all times.
"Just give me the phone number and I'll type it in "
here is the link that got his eyes going wider, and wider ..
So long as it is voluntary with parallel alternative or for vulnerable people as recommended by their responsible caretaker, I don't have a problem with it.
I believe we have such free will that God will let us hang ourselves. Perhaps Jesus will return to save those who are suffering at the hands of those who will promote massive ignorance and end up causing great suffering. Like if the shadow Government overtakes the lives or will of the people ...
On the other hand, technologies can be used for good, (http://www.roboticsandai.com/2016/05/el … he-future/) and can bring about a new world. Children are now leaning everything they will need to know via computer learning programs, (such as ABC Mouse https://www.abcmouse.com/landing/brand:yahoomobile) and other self-teaching computer games,) from preschool onward. They will become super smart. If we do not incorporate the Creator of the Heavens, Universe and Earth, what will they use their super intelligence for? Will they use it for self-oriented pursuits or for helping one another and society? Will they use it to transform the world into a Good place or a Bad place?? If the latter, what will be the way out?
I chose to say "we the bodies are living robots" that imprints on our life-forces all of the multitude of each of earth life-types's multitudes of emotions while being "the living dead [man means mind able to understand all things and 'hu' and 'woman' are dead minds unable to comprehend all things]. Upon the completion of that sojourn we go through the reversing metamorphosis called "new birth" and our life-forces will reveal to us through our bodies the memories of all of those incarnations (John 14:16 & 26). Thus, no free will.
While on the "one hand", https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fQy5CDD … e=youtu.be shows us just how it is being used against man-en-mass earning dollars for the greedy. Yes children are learning technology from a very young age but they are not taught how to "educate" [objectively observe, participate to discover various outcomes, reason with them and learn how to communicate their findings] themselves so as not to become just another schooled person with a vast knowledge concerning technology and no understanding of what living is supposed to be about.
"Smart" only means how well one retains who they are taught and if they are only taught technology and to pursue life's pleasures they will only be a cog in technology's control man-en-mass' wheel. Man who are taught to pursue life's pleasure are not usually taught anything about helping others and the only way out is to ensure they are taught at that same young age to objectively question everything, participate with them without attachment but to see various outcomes and reason with them to understand the "good&bad" uses of them. Even them if the system, as it is today with "common core" teachings, deny them the chance to educate themselves they will be a part of the "bad" system presently attempting to govern the earth.
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