The current COVID-19 pandemic, the measures suggested to fight it, and the conspiracy theories which surround it gave a number of Earth’s people another fear that is greater than the fear of the virus itself. It is the fear of being microchipped, a proposed event which some see as marking the government of the Antichrist.
In many places, especially those countries of the world that the Christian religion controls the mind of the masses, the fear of being forced to take on the mark of the beast is so terrifying people think the end of the world is nigh. They conjure pictures handed down to them of what the world will look like when that doom period comes and many are praying for their lives.
What baffles me is the sheer ignorance of many people. I really don’t blame them. Their minds are what the system wants it to be. Tamed, shut up and unlearning.
Understand this. The future of technology has been seen by only small percentage of people. The full integration of technology into how we live will make so many fantastic things possible. Though there are its demerits, one of its merits is making life easier and less complicated.
Why should you reject a microchip in your body if its function is to make outdated all traditional modes of identification? Why reject the microchip if, instead of carrying your bank cards, you could simply use your Chip ID to make your deals. People don’t know this form of identification has been on before now.
The use of biometrics is one example. Your mobile phone alone has your information. You think the front camera of your phone is only for selfies? Your social media accounts, your phone numbers, all are means of identification, only that they are not inside your body yet.
Technology is an aid to the enjoyment of earthly life and until humanity evolves to superhuman status where we can teleport by will and telepathically communicate just by thinking of the other person, until then, we will always rely on technology to make our life easier.
Two things I am pointing out is that as long as humanity creatively introduce advanced forms of technology, we are going to use them for good, and for evil. If you can imagine a world where even your mobile phone is part of your biological body, you can see the possibilities of technology.
My second point is that there is no privacy is this world. People know people. Your unique fingerprint is a reminder to you that the universe knows you. Before technology registered you into a computer database, the universe already had you registered. Your fingerprint is your God-given ID number.
If people are afraid and think that the introduction of the microchip is a plot of the Antichrist to control them, they better be aware that they are already been controlled by the system and by a growing number of leaders who employ diabolic means of control. People’s thoughts are controlled. Their lives controlled.
They hear voices in their heads. Their mouths have a subtle gag that censors the words that resonate with their hearts. People have consumed a lot of things that weigh them down from ascending spiritually. People are like robots, automatons, whose religion and conventional education have programmed their minds to behave in certain ways and not leave their limits.
What fear is there then of the microchip if not that it is capable of been employed to control the individual by someone who has access to such? Though I don’t like how the idea of the chip/vaccination idea came just when the COVID-19 broke lose, I know in the future humanity will be presented with the opportunity to let technology define the next level. Our real problem will be how to enforce security on microchips so that sinister people don’t use it to ruin the lives of other people.

Victor Negro
Victor Negro is an author, screenwriter, and personal development specialist. He is the founder of Evolving Minds Training and Consulting through which he offers products and counseling services on self-improvement, capacity building, and mind science. He writes on matters of life and existence as he thinks, preferring a better understanding of common questions. Read his interesting and thought provoking pieces at