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from The Phaser:

Google has patented a “needle free” device that has been dubbed by Gizmodo as “the Vampire Watch.” The device uses hyper speeds to suck blood out of your body (literally) and into a negative pressure barrel. Google describes the device as a particle accelerator that you wear around your wrist. The accelerator opens an “aperture” into your body and removes a small quantity of blood without you feeling anything. Some people might think a device like this would be good for anybody suffering with Diabetes or other types of diseases that need frequent monitoring…however, there are many things about this device that should be investigated.

To begin, this device can run a number of tests on your body. Once the tests have been run, the information is stored in microchips contained inside the Vampire Watch. All the information about your body can now be uploaded and absorbed into the WWW matrix which was birthed at CERN in 1989. We know from Revelation 13 that all people will receiving some type of “mark” on their foreheads or in the back of their hands. There are some who debate what this mark could be, whether it is an RFID chip or something else. My opinion is that the “mark” involves hard-wiring the human body to the WWW matrix through a type of technology. Both an RFID and the Vampire Watch would qualify as types of “marks” that somebody could receive in their bodies.

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1 comment to GOOGLE’S BLOOD SUCKING VAMPIRE WATCH — Worse Than The RFID Implant?!

  • Ed_B

    There are MANY who will issue a giant F*** YOU! to any idea of this kind. Count me among them and regardless of the threats made to me by TPTB. I’m just not going there and I will not be avoiding this alone.

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