” Radio-frequency identification (RFID) uses electromagnetic fields to automatically identify and track tags attached to objects. The tags contain electronically stored information. Passive tags collect energy from a nearby RFID reader’s interrogating radio waves. Active tags have a local power source such as a battery and may operate at hundreds of meters from the RFID reader. Unlike a barcode, the tag need not be within the line of sight of the reader, so it may be embedded in the tracked object. RFID is one method for Automatic Identification and Data Capture ” Wikipedia
Radio Frequency Identification goes back to WW2 and the NAZI’S. Physicist Sir Robert Alexander Watson-Watt was able to create a IFF system. This system operated with a transponder and radar which was able to identify the differences between friendly aircraft and enemy aircraft. This technology piggy backed off the German uses of passive RFID system. The first RFID patent was approved for Inventor, engineer Mario W. Cardullo which was also the Management Director of the Belfield Group, Inc. Cardullo served as Council to the Under Secretary of Commerce for the International Trade Administration. His patented chip has been used in many types of devices like E-Zpass, Toll passes, Satellite Communications and so on. He holds many patents in electronics, mechanical devices, systems and has written papers and books on this matter.
Cardullo’s first patent was granted in 1973 for the active RFID tag with re-writable memory. During the same time, US government agencies were working on similar RFID systems at the Los Alamos National Laboratory for tracking. Remember that the Los Alamos facility was involved with projects like (Project Pegasus) on teleportation (Time Jumping, Time Traveling) with the Director and well known physicist Dr. Harold Agnew. These projects always start as black programs and tie into programs like the Hive Mind recently exposed by Dr. Robert Duncan. This is also a microchip memory technology providing artificial memories to more than one subject and thoughts as well, which makes it the Ultimate Military Weapon against the Human Mind.
We are now experiencing the soft implementation of the RFID chip into the public sphere. The Radio Frequency Identification device is over 80 years old, but is new as mass public application for the human body. This technology is used in cash, clothing, products like automobiles, animals, insects and now humans. Many in the public would be shocked to know RFID chips have been in use publicly in hospitals and our health care institutions. Hospitals have been implanting patients with these Radio Frequency Identification Devices since 2004. The FDA on October 2004 approved the first use of RFID chips into patients for medical purposes.
The main contractor for the chip is VeriChip Corp. the same company that is used for store purchases all over the United States. The current use of RFID is Optical aka Biometric plus technology, which has become and alternative to the standard RFID. You now have an incredible military application with no limit. RNM, EMF, EBL, EMP and so on. Slowly we’ve been conditioned to accept these devices and systems as a way of easy living and convenience. This is something we must be seriously concerned about.
1st this Device was for tracking our enemies in military situations.
2nd it was to track products and collect data for our convenience.
3rd it was to track cattle and farm animals in the 70’s.
4th it was for tracking pets in case they get lost, etc in the 90’s .
5th it was for medical advancement for Neural implants in 2006 for motor functions etc.
6th it was for tracking animals and mammals for population monitoring in the animal kingdom.
Now we are becoming Cyborgs and super humans like the Jason Bourne types.
In 2017 a Wisconsin company Three Square Market has offered it’s employees the “convenience” of RFID chip implants.
In 2015 a Swedish company Epicenter had employees implant RFID chips if they chose to instead of chip cards. They now have 150 employees implanted with the chip as of 2017.
In 2004 the Mexican government required politicians and police officers have RFID be implanted in the left arm for so called safety.
In 2016 Australian citizens have volunteered for the implants for easy access to all smart electronics.
In 2017 a Belgium company offered it’s employees the RFID implants as a convenience to the work place.
This is insanity if you ask me. DO NOT TAKE THE CHIP.
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