Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Are there chips implanted in the palm for a credit card, Book of Revelations?

I was discussing the book of Revelations with a friend and he said that there are chips that can be implanted into peoples palms that act as credit cards and can be used to purchase things and for identification. Is this true? He implied that this is the sign of the beast and that Jesus is coming soon.
Can you please provide a website for proof?

Btw: I am not saying that I believe the book of revelations, but I am curious as to whether this exists

Answer by pab
We do have that technology but no one is willing to plant a creditcard chip inside their hand.

Answer by anon
people are so laughably simplistic – thinking that a sign has to literally be a sign implanted in the body (so? is revelations dragon literally a dragon?!)

I deel sorry for your ignorance

Answer by christ
no the social security number is in your head

Answer by Orcas!
Sure, the technology exists (the same as what’s used to microchip pets), but who needs it? It’s simple enough to carry a credit card. If we want definitive identity checking, our own fingerprints will do the job nicely, no microchip necessary.

I hate this kind of alarmist shït.

Answer by mo in the middle
There are Christians who are afraid of everything. Every technological or social advance is a sign of the impending apocalypse.

What a terrible way to live. I feel sorry for them.

Answer by 雅威的烤面包机
Tell him that the mark of the first beast of Revelation specifically says “on” in the Greek and not “in.” If a chip is in one’s hand, it isn’t the mark.

Answer by Dragonmaster
A couple of centuries ago uptight christians used to say anybody who got tattooed is wearing the mark of the beast. Lol

Answer by Frank
It is not a chip. The mark of the beast and the beast itself may surprise you! He has been around for thousands of years already right in front of the sight of man. The beast is an establishment. The mark is sunday worship. Here is a most encouraged website, I’ll bet you a fair man’s bet that you will be wonderfully shocked to see these presentations! They are located in the scroll on the left hand side of the website.

Answer by Sjnoring Vjerilood
Your friend needs to spend less time on the Internet. By the way, it’s Revelation, singular.

Answer by Misscpb

Other people would call the microchip as being part of the new world order. A chip designed to control a person in every way. Because everything that has a chip, always has a remote or somebody on the other end monitoring/controlling it.

Lots of Love
Misscpb xxx

Answer by G C
The book of Revelation is not for the future as can be seen by the first three chapters. It is a warning written about 69 AD because of the impending doom coming ‘soon’, which was in 70 AD when Jerusalem was destroyed. It was not a surprise that there were no Christians in Jerusalem when the ‘eagle descended on the carcass’ or Rome destroyed Jerusalem from which God had removed His name. 2Kings 23 tells us that and when Christ dies, the veil is torn in the temple and the spirit of the Lord is gone. This city is dead and Judaism is over.

Answer by hamsta218
We currently have the technology to make this possible (pets are frequently micro chipped) but is unlikely to happen because who wants to have a chip inserted into their body. Most countries are already finding people don’t want National Identity cards let alone the loss to privacy of a chip in their palm.

Answer by ThreeinOne
Regardless of whether or not these chips exist, that is not what the Book of Revelations is pointing to.

That’s just another common misconception. God does not care about credit cards, and whether or not you use one has nothing to do with whether or not you are saved. That’s ridiculous.

The Bible is a spiritual book, and it discusses spiritual matters.

The mark of the beast is much more than a chip in a card; of that you can be sure.

Answer by Jne_Uwambe
privacy is getting less and less important today. eventually you’ll be scanned and registered at birth. its the digital age, expect things like this. as for the book of revelations, it could be nearing, who knows. it is a brand new millenium and america today is pretty much the same as rome 0BCE

Answer by prophet
That’s true, Revelation chapter 13 speaks of a “mark” that you would have to have to buy or sell – some people think it’s a chip.

Answer by SDA Frank
The TECHNOLOGY for this exists.

Google RFID.



Answer by belithery
Don’t worry, this is not the mark of the beast. There is a great deal of fear mongering from people who do not know what the Bible actually says. The mark of the beast is not a physical marking on a person’s body. Careful study of Scripture shows it is those who adhere to that great false religion.

This describes those who have the Law of God written in their hearts, and on their minds ( forehead )

Deut 11:18 Therefore shall ye lay up these my words in your heart and in your soul, and bind them for a sign upon your hand, that they may be as frontlets between your eyes.

or as the NIV version states:

Fix these words of mine in your hearts and minds; tie them as symbols on your hands and bind them on your foreheads.

Now read in Revelation 13 : 16 And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads”

Ex 31: 13 and 18 :Verily My Sabbaths ye shall keep: FOR IT IS A SIGN BETWEEN ME AND YOU THROUGHOUT YOUR GENERATIONS.

A sign, a mark, a seal, are already explained to us, so we don’t have to interpret anything, the Bible already does it for us.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : palm vs. windows mobile question – how does the password protection in a palm compare to that of a windows?

mobile device? which is better if i want to protect my notes, calendar, contacts, to-do lists?

if you sync a windows mobile to outlook on your computer then anyone that turns on your computer can see all of this and there is no way to password protect outlook on your pc?

how does this all work?

Answer by glenbarrington
Unfortunately, once you synch your data to a computer, you are at the mercy of whatever security is on the computer. There is nothing you can do at the Palm device that can change that.

You can set a password on the Palm to use it at all. and for the Palm OS, you can get specific programs that use passwords.

For instance, There is an Open Source (means FREE) program called Cryptopad it is a replacement program for the built-in memo program. It allows you to selectively encrypt your memos with a password. Any memos you don’t use a password for get stored in the normal memo database, but any with a password, are stored in the special Cryptopad DB.

The only drawback is while the encrypted memos get moved to the PC at sync time for back-up purposes, you can’t use the encrypted memos on the PC because there is no PC application that can read the encrypted memos.

Ufortunately, PDA security is something of a mixed bag, with lots of gaps and inconsitencies.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Does anyone know of a kid-friendly soap making recipe?

I have these ingredients:

-Coconut Oil
-Palm Oil
-Olive Oil
-Castor Oil
-Wheat Germ Oil
-Solid Fats
-Lavender, Geranium, & Rosemary Essential Oils
-Dried Rosemary & Lavender

I just don’t want to use the lye with the kids. Is there an alternative, do I have to use it? It is toxic, and I can’t use that with the little ones…any ideas?

Answer by dichotomymom
This won’t use coconut/palm/olive oil or lye but you can incorporate your essential oils/and or dried herbs. Just buy a big block of glycerine and then some molds….you will need to buy a form for the actual block of soap but you can also use little shape molds to put in your block. Melt the glycerine in the microwave or stovetop and add what you want and then pour into forms. The glycerine will get hot but not nearly as dangerous as lye.

Answer by LadyKnitsterSF
I don’t make soap yet, but here is a good craft site. Here is a very basic recipe from They are a great resource for kid friendly projects from A to Z.
Here is an OUTSTANDING yahoo group that will be very kind and helpful to new folks. They share recipes, techniques, where to get ingredients and have all levels of expertise. They welcome new members with open arms and are very encouraging of new members to ask any question.

Answer by rmscheryl
Well, glycerin bars are available at Joann’s Fabrics and Michael’s. I believe that would replace the lye and, also the solid fats. Glycerin is pure and does not need the fats to set up.
I had a soap making kit awhile back, but it got damaged. I want to buy some ingredients and molds. I have a question for you. Would Vitamin E oil go into soap like the other oils do? I guess it could be stirred into the melted glycerin then poured into my molds?

Answer by laughingleaf
I’d use coconut, palm, olive and castor to make kid friendly soap or soap for anyone. The coconut oil will be cleansing, but it can be drying, so I don’t use that high of a precentage. Olive will be mild and gentle for most any skin, and castor oil is more moisturizing than most butters such as cocoa, shea, mango. I’d be careful with the EOs for children. Lavender would probably be your best bet. It seems to work for most everyone, too. I wouldn’t put dried rosemary or dried lavender in the soap b/c it could scratch a child’s soft skin, and isn’t gentle. A little ground oatmeal is good is good for children’s soap.

Regardless of what kind of soap you make or what kind of base you buy to make soap, there is always going to be lye in the soap. Soap can’t be made without lye. The lye is toxic in it’s raw from of crystals or flakes. It will be toxic when you pour it into your water, and when you mix it with the oils. However, the lye will neutralize as the soap goes through saponification. If the lye is still active after you unmold and cut your soap, it will still neutralize. However, you will need to let your soap cure for at least four weeks, so most of the water can evaporate, thus, producing a hard bar of soap.

There’s no need to be scared of lye, but it is to be respected. You should wear protection when making homemade soap. Wear long pants, a long sleave shirt, socks and shoes, gloves, eye goggles or a face shield (can get at Walmart), and I’d ever wear an apron b/c I find myself wiping my hands on my apron. Keep you kids away from lye! And I wouldn’t make soap while your kids are home or awake in case you have to stop b/c they need you. It’s hard to discipline children while making soap, too. It’s not a good idea to have any pets around either. Do you have a set of scales to weigh all of your ingredients?

On the other hand, you can get soap bases, but make sure to read all the ingredients, so you won’t be getting ingredients that are in all the store bought “detergent” bars. The whole point is to have a real gentle soap for children.

There are plenty of soapbases on Ebay and at soaping supply stores, and also at craft stores such as Hobby Lobby, Jo-anne’s, and Micheals. All you have to do to make melt & pour soap is grate the soap base, put it in the microwave to melt it, take it out, and add whatever ingredients you want. You can add the lavender, and any of the oils you have, but don’t add too much b/c it’ll make the bar soft. Ground oatmeal will help to soak up much of the oils you put in the melted base, so it will be a harder bar. I tend not to use any colorants in my children’s soap, but that’s only a personal preference and not that big of a deal. Mica makes a good colorant for melt & pour soaps. You can google “making melt & pour soaps” or “melt and pure soap recipes” and you’ll most likely get lots of good info, and recipes for different ingredients to put in your soap.

I use all my soap on my three year old son, and my neighbor uses the olive oil soap on her seven month old son. I hope this helps some. If I can help any further, please feel free to email. Good luck!

Answer by emilys oils and essentials
You won’t make soap without lye. Lye and fat make soap.

Lye is an alkaline. The alkaline reacts with the fat it a process called saponification. If your measurements are correct, the lye is used completely in the reaction and no lye remains in the soap. There are a few things that people make that they call ‘hand made soap’. Some really are soap, others are more of a melt and pour into some other shape with the addition of a scent or color.

If your Lavender is an officinalis, or a vera or an agustifolia, it is an acceptable addition to the soap. If it is a stoechas, don’t use it. Do you know of the Rosemary is a camphor or a cineole? Either should be fine, but you may want to know.

When you make soap there is a lot of chemistry going on. When you add essential oils, you are increasing the chemical reactions. Some essential oils come through fine, and some don’t. Some change the saponification process. All essential oils should be added at the end of the process if possible.

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