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Coast to Coast AM - 08-17-2017 - Human Chipping, Cryptology & Ciphers MP3 - roflcopter2110
In the first half, consumer privacy expert, and co-author of the bestseller Spychips with Katherine Albrecht, Liz McIntyre, discussed the recent news of human chipping and the latest in the world of RFID and electronic privacy. About half of the employees of a Wisconsin company, Three Square Market, agreed to have an RFID microchip installed in their hand at a "party" event held earlier this month. The chip allows employees to pay for items by swiping their hand. McIntyre believes the company had an ulterior motive in pushing this technology, as their business involves marketing vending and break room snack machines, and the chip solution could simplify payments, and perhaps increase sales.
Even overlooking privacy concerns (Three Square says the chip they're using is encrypted, and doesn't contain GPS tracking), McIntyre expressed concerns about the medical safety of such devices, citing the danger of the chip migrating to a different area of the body, and how cancers have developed in pets near where their tracking chips were installed. Down the road, there could be problems with hackers stealing identities via embedded chips, as well as issues with the reprogramming of chips once they're implanted. The technology is being pushed by marketers, wanting to track people's movements and interests, and has the potential to be misused by the government, she added. We need a law, McIntyre argued, to protect people from forcible chipping, such as by companies that insist their employees comply with the request (Wisconsin actually has such a law already in place).
Student of the Urantia Revelation for almost 40 years, noted author and editor Byron Belitsos discussed the book of Urantia and its futuristic teachings, which relate to scientific psychology and how our evolving soul becomes an immortal vehicle of our true identity. Belitsos says that the Book has been a part of his life for over 42 years since he became a student of its teachings, which began for him with hearing an interview about it on a college radio station. He stated that the massive text is comprised of "messages from a committee of beings who convened and put this text together" in the 1920s and ‘30s. It was finally published in 1955. Belitsos stated that there was no known author or specific person who channeled the book. Presently, two groups are in charge of publishing and selling copies - The Urantia Foundation and the Urantia Fellowship.
Although there are Christian elements to the book, Belitsos says that it is not a Christian document, although the text does pick up on some of the prophecies given in the book of Revelation but makes them "less mystical" and more practical. He said that the last 700 pages of the book are based on the New Testament, but they "transcend the Bible and Christianity." Belitsos described one of the central tenets of the text -- the human soul is comprised of three elements which determine our spiritual life. One interesting aspect of the book is its descriptions of nearly countless other beings in the universe, their worlds, and even their governments. Belitsos ultimately stated that the Urantia Book "taught him to think more deeply" and that he is "committed to it."
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