Posted: July 29, 2019 Categories: Videos They’re Preparing Us For Something! The Scary Truth.. Anonymous Official Published on Jun 17, 2019 Share this:PrintEmailGabTelegramTweet
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Isn’t there some biblical reference to a “grain of rice”?
Seems as if we got stuffed into the trunk of Thelma and Louise’s car!
None that I can think of, but there IS this…
“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.” Rev. 13:17 KJ
There is reference to a mustard seed.
Mattew 17 NASB.
Since 95% are sheep, it won’t make much difference to them since it will be ‘easier’. Not much difference….until it’s too late.
Since that 95% is only 95% of the 23% of the mush-minds who would accept such and are not even worthy of consideration. They have forced a war on our generation and but for a handful of morons that they take the time to highlight, no one is taking this chip.
I know people from ten to eighty, in all different walks of life, and every one of them would die before they would take it. And I guarantee you they would be trying to kill the son of a bitch trying to stick it in them.
I disagree with your number and I think these very fringe of the fringe of the fanatics are about to go down hard… or we could just surrender because hey, nobody thinks like us. Just look at that TV and it will teach you that this is so. I don’t look at TVs, I look at people. I’m convinced that that TV is not being truthful with me.
This “grain of rice” stuff has been around since the mid-90s (we have several VHS tapes with this sort of info). But what is the difference between “taking” the Mark of the Beast by choice, or under duress (being forced to take it, or having it put under skin without one’s knowledge? Supposedly they’d planned to put it in vaccines…) That is why I am not convinced “getting chipped” is “taking the Mark of the Beast.” Still, I do not plan on getting “chipped”…heck I don’t even have a cell phone!
The consequences are not worth the ease of access.