Surveillance has been ubiquitous enough in recent years, but now it’s moving onto a whole new level, with billboards, appliances, public transportation and even kids’ toys watching and recording our every word and move. We are becoming enmeshed in a real net, a 666 net of surveillance. It is indeed the perfect man/mousetrap. Every person ultimately will have each move and every word they utter recorded and tracked. In reality, there will be no surviving apart from the Beast system because dissenters will be virtually unable to hide or survive.
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The first cloaking device, a staple plot feature on programs such as Star Trek, has been created. We’ve grown comfortable with science fiction concepts over the last few decades. We speak of them as easily as we do of objects or events in our everyday world. But we recognize that they’re fiction. Now however, the line is beginning to blur, and that makes techies and trekkies alike stand back in wonder and fascination. We’re on the cusp of a world both familiar and yet novel. It holds the promise of exciting new ways of living but it also has the potential to be used as the basis for the most evil, deceptive system the world ever has seen – a system devised in hell. While some of these advances may be beneficial, we should move toward them cautiously, and embrace them only after considering their possible ramifications in light of where Scripture tells us we’re going and how they may be used.
Researchers are going in more than one direction in their quest to develop the most effective way to influence or control thought. Under the cover of health benefits for those with Alzheimer’s, PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder), or other problems with memory they are simultaneously exploring physical means to manipulate thought and memory through deep brain stimulation and implants, and more natural means by seeking to understand how memory works. But however innocuous or even helpful this research may appear, eventually it will be used to interfere with free will, something that defines man as a being made in God’s image.