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Who invented the microchip for pets?

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2012-05-25 20:14:10
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Mind ControlIn the Nexus magazine article entitled "The Microchip and the Mark of the Beast", Dr. Carl Sanders tells about the project which lead to the invention of the microchip which may be the mark of the beast. Sanders became the leader of the project in 1968. They were told the microchip served medical purposes, but they found out later that the real reason for developing it was human identification. The microchip is recharged by body temperature changes. The scary thing is that it "can also be used for migraine headaches, behavior modification, upper/downer, sexual stimulant and sexual depressant", in other words for mind control. He is now concerned the chip will be misused, and he believes it "is going to be the positive identification and mark of the beast." IdentificationOf course, microchips are used for identification of pets (and other animals ). This by a small glass transponder (size as a grain of rise ) injected under the skin of the pet.
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