Veri Chip – Very Good or Very Bad

Veri Chip - Very Good or Very Bad

Veri Chip - Very Good or Very Bad


The microchip has now
become very sophisticated, taking a huge
step forward in technology, both in design and in size. VeriChip
Coporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Applied Digital
Solutions, a Florida based Corporation, has produced a chip about
the same size as a grain of rice which can be inserted under the
skin. The procedure involves a local anesthetic and is quick and
painless. Once inserted, the chip is invisible.


Each chip holds an identification number, an electromagnetic
coil for transmitting data, and a tuning capacitor. The
components are enclosed inside a silicon and glass container that
is compatible with human tissue.

The unique verification number (hence ‘Veri’ as
part of the name) is captured by passing a scanner over the chip.
A small amount of radio frequency energy from the scanner
energizes the dormant VeriChip, which then is able to emit a
radio frequency signal of its own, identifying its unique
verification number back to the liquid crystal display on the

By consulting a registry maintained by the VeriChip
Corporation, the implanted individual can be identified. VeriChip
Corporation’s registry is located in Switzerland and is
known as the Beast because of the ability it has to store a
colossal amount of information. At this very time, every barcode
transaction in the world passes through this machine.

There has been great concern expressed by many groups around
the world about the future of VeriChip. It was originally
designed to function in the same way as a medic-alert bracelet by
giving life-saving information about a patient’s history.
Many see it as being the springboard to a global tracking device
where security is an issue, especially to combat terrorism.
Others see it as the possible control system of a New World
Order, or the means to cancel cash worldwide, and usher in the
dream of a cashless society.

Already a nightclub in Glasgow, called Bar Soba, has begun
chipping patrons so they can leave their wallets at home and have
their favourite drink waiting at the bar as soon as they have
been scanned. US regulators approved the chip last year for
medical use, it’s original purpose as mentioned above, and
already they are being used to call up blood type and past
medical history in a fast-growing application roll-out. The big
question – Is this the dawn of the Mark of the Beast? If
so, things will move very quickly from here!