It Begins: Amazon Now Testing Payment System Launching Soon At Whole Foods That Scans Your Hand And Allows You To Complete Your Purchase

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by Geoffrey Grider

Amazon reportedly tests payment system that scans your hand Its Whole Foods grocery stores could use the system early next year, the New York Post reports.

Amazon is reportedly working on a payment system that will eliminate the need to hand over cash or a credit card. You’ll just have to hand over your hand.

Is it a big deal when the world’s largest highest-valued company Amazon, who controls a nearly unimaginably large section of online global commerce, wants to roll out of payment system that scans your hand? If you’re a Bible believer it sure is, and why? Because we know that in the end times, all buying and selling, all of it, will be done via a device like a microchip that will be implanted in the back of your right hand, or in your forehead. The Bible calls it the Mark of the Beast, and now Amazon wants to move that timeline a giant step forward with their latest technology.

“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: 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. Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six.” Revelation 13:16-18 (KJV)

Amazon has been busy as a beaver creating components that will be used in the coming One World System of Antichrist, and if you’re a regular reader of NTEB you already know all about it. Amazon has already placed listening and recording devices in millions of homes, they are marketing ‘Rekognition‘ facial recognition surveillance software to law enforcement, have already begun rolling out cashierless stores, and are replacing human workers with an army of automated robots. This is exactly the world the Bible describes to us in the book of Revelation, a world that will be controlled by the soon-to-arrive Antichrist.

When I reported to you back in 2015 that all credit cards would be replaced with cards that had microchips, people laughed and called me a conspiracy nut. Then it happened. No one reading this article right now has a credit or debit card without a chip. Look in your wallet and prove me wrong. So let me make another prediction. Amazon’s new payment system, when it is fully realized either in this or a future release candidate version, will use a chip implanted in your hand or forehead to control your buying and selling. And it won’t just be Amazon, either.

Time is so short people, you have no idea how close we are, but you’re about to find out. In the meantime, just keeping spending all your money with Amazon, buying all that junk you don’t really need. Amazon is able to make this technology possible because you fund them. Welcome to the next step on the end times timeline.

Amazon reportedly tests payment system that scans your hand

FROM CNET: The internet retail giant is testing scanners that can identify individuals’ hands to pay for a store purchase, the New York Post reported Tuesday. Amazon hopes to have the scanners in place at its Whole Foods supermarkets by the beginning of next year, the newspaper reported, citing sources briefed on the company’s plans.

Unlike fingerprint scanners found on mobile devices, Amazon’s system doesn’t require users to physically touch a scanning surface. Instead, it uses vision and depth geometry to scan the hands of shoppers with Amazon Prime accounts and then charge the purchases to their credit card information already on file, the newspaper reported.

The scanner is accurate to within one ten-thousandth of 1%, but Amazon engineers hope to achieve an accuracy of within a millionth of 1%, the newspaper reported.

An Amazon spokeswoman declined to comment, saying “we don’t comment on rumors or speculation.”



This wouldn’t be Amazon’s first attempt to reinvent shopping. The company gained loads of attention when it unveiled Amazon Go, a chain of convenience stores lacking cash registers. Introduced in 2016, Amazon Go lets customers check in at turnstiles using their phones, grab whatever they want and then walk out.

However, state governments passed laws to ban cashless stores, saying they discriminate against lower-income or younger customers who don’t have bank accounts, cards or smartphones. In response to these concerns, Amazon said earlier this year it’d start accepting cash at its Amazon Go stores. READ MORE

Amazon Reportedly Testing Body Scan Payments Tech

Starting watching this video beginning at 1:25, and listen to how the reporters tell you all about the coming microchip hand implants. It’s coming, people, and in fact is almost hear. Thank God for the Pretribulation Rapture!


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