by Geoffrey Grinder, Now The End Begins:
A Tesla fanatic will never lose his keys again — after he spent $400 to have the car microchip permanently implanted into the back of his right hand. Say hello, Revelation 13.
That King James Bible is a funny, funny book, and I am referring to ironic humor, of course, and not the comedic variety. For nearly 2,000 years, the book of Revelation has told you over, and over, and over again, that in the end of time the world will be controlled by an implantable computer device like the microchip. Revelation told you that before the discovery of electricity, the telegraph, the telegram, the telephone, computers and mobile devices. Think about that for a couple of months and get back to me.
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“And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads: And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.” Revelation 13:16,17 (KJB)
Now, we know from rightly dividing the scriptures as Paul commands us to, that the Church will not face the Mark of the Beast described in Revelation 13, we are removed before the start of the time of Jacob’s trouble. So what do we make of Brandon Delaly having his Tesla microchip key implanted into the back of his right hand? It’s a confirmation and a timely foreshadowing of just how quickly and easily the whole world will “wonder after the Beast”, and line up to take his Mark. So you can thank Tesla owner Brandon Delaly for demonstrating for us what taking the Mark of the Beast will look, please have me excused.
Tesla owner will never lose his keys again — after he implants them in back of his right hand
FROM THE NY POST: Tesla owner Brandon Dalaly shared a video on social media this week showing him having a chip implanted in his right hand and then using the device to unlock his vehicle. “Now I use that as my key when my Bluetooth key fails or I don’t have my key card,” Dalaly told Teslarati. “You just use your hand.”
“There’s the religious people who have sent me a bunch of weird comments on Facebook about the mark of the beast on the video of my first chip installation,” he added. “There’s something in the Book of Revelation that talks about this mark in your hand or forehead that shows your allegiance to Satan or something like that. I just don’t want to have to worry about forgetting my car keys. I’m not over here worshiping Satan.”
The bizarre stunt is made possible by a chip called a Vivokey Apex, which uses NFC technology — the same “tap-to-pay” feature that enables Apple Pay on iPhones. Dalaly said that he’s part of a beta group of about 100 people who are testing the chips before they are released to the public.
Finally decided to take my phone key issues in to my own hands… literally. Tesla key chip implant. pic.twitter.com/RVK8ZaePoI
— Brandon Dalaly (@BrandonDalaly) August 16, 2022
“The company that put this together literally has its own app store where you can wirelessly install apps into your body with these chips,” he said. “And one of the apps just happened to be a Tesla key card. So that was the first app I installed on it because I have a Tesla.”
In the video, Dalaly has to rub his hand against his vehicle for a few moments before it opens. However, he wrote on Twitter that the video had been filmed “three days after implantation and there was still swelling.”