Hope To The End
Harrison County [ Mississippi ] Coroner Gary T. Hargrove holds up a VeriChip, which has helped him do his job.
VERITRACE : CORPSE ID
RFID chips in dead bodies ; body parts for transplants ( will each part get a chip ? )
Categories : chipping the dead ; Mass burial grounds
Question: If a dead body is implanted with an rfid chip in the right hand or forehead, does that seal his fate for all eternity ?
Answer: NO. A dead person cannot exercise free will, nor can a dead person make financial transactions.
A person is only responsible for decisions made while alive.
If a person takes the 666 Mark of the Beast while he is alive so that he can be identifed when dead, then he or she must face the awful consequences of having submitted to the Beast system while alive. We are accountable for all of our actions while alive. We are not accountable for any thing done to us after our death.
"Where the body is, there will the eagles (ed: body-part vultures ) be gathered" --
Matthew 24:28 and Luke 17:37
When beheadings become part of our "judicial " system, then will body parts be sold ( a very lucrative business) and sent by express mail in freezer packets ? Look closely at the symbol of our postal system. It has an eagle with a subliminal guillotine within the picture of the eagle.
The Final Cut
From the Newswire : fair educational
VeriTrace to Kentucky's Green River District Health Department
VeriTrace to Maryland Hospital
"... to Calvert Memorial Hospital in Prince Frederick, Maryland
We will continue our outreach with federal, state and local groups to stress the benefits of the VeriTrace system and the need to be prepared for potential natural catastrophes, large-scale accidents or acts of terrorism.
Calif. Universities tag cadavers, Body Parts --Specimen Track
The project adds the University of California to a growing list of hospitals and schools turning to RFID technology to track human bodies, tissues or specimens
Two New Jersey counties now using VeriTrace System for the dead
Ed: Are they expecting mega deaths ? ...from New York City ???
...." it [ Verichip ] has sold the VeriTrace™ system for disaster relief and emergency management needs to Atlantic and Mercer counties in New Jersey. Marc Poulshock, Vice President of VeriChips Implantable and Emergency Management divisions, said, These recent orders reflect the continued demand for the VeriTrace system by emergency management personnel and medical examiners throughout the country. Since the federal government continues to support the necessity to be prepared for potential natural catastrophes or acts of terrorism, we will maintain our ongoing discussions with these organizations in the U.S. and internationally.
VeriTrace was used by the Federal Disaster Mortuary Operational Response Team (DMORT) during Hurricane Katrina recovery operations
The VeriTrace system includes a unique implantable RFID microchip, a VeriTrace Bluetooth™ handheld reader, a customized Ricoh 500SE Digital Camera capable of receiving both RFID scanned data and GPS data wirelessly, and a Web-enabled database for gathering and storing information and images captured during emergency response operations. This database ensures the precise collection, storage and inventory of all data and images related to remains and the associated evidentiary items. This also allows the recreation of an accurate and complete reconstruction of a disaster setting, crime scene or similar setting where recreation is necessary.
To complement its healthcare division, VeriChip Corporation established VeriGreen Energy Corporation in March 2009 to focus and invest in the clean and alternative energy sector.
Disaster, Death and Beyond
VeriTrace: Washington DC conference ( Ed: working with FEMA )
" VeriTrace is designed to assist state and federal agencies in the management of emergency situations and disaster recovery using implantable RFID technology.
The VeriTrace System includes an implantable RFID microchip, a VeriTrace Bluetooth(TM) handheld reader, a customized Ricoh 500SE Digital Camera capable of receiving both RFID scanned data and GPS data wirelessly, and a Web-enabled database for gathering and storing information and images captured during emergency response operations. This database ensures the precise collection, storage and inventory of all data and images related to remains and the associated evidentiary items. The Web-enabled database also allows the recreation of an accurate and complete reconstruction of a disaster setting, crime scene or similar setting where recreation is necessary.
Poulshock VP of VeriTrace Platform
Marc Poulshock, VP of implantable and emergency management divisions for RFID solutions provider VeriChip, says Hargrove duct-taped a tag to each bone. According to Poulshock, Hargrove utilized VeriChip's VeriTrace platform, designed to help identify and track the remains of deceased individualsparticularly during large-scale disasters with hundreds or thousands of fatalities.
The VeriTrace system garnered interest after being used to help the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Disaster Mortuary Operational Response Teams (DMORT) identify and track the remains of those who died as a result of Hurricane Katrina. Since then, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, the Hawaii Department of Health, the Florida Emergency Mortuary Operations Response System (FEMORS) and the medical examiner's office in the Department of Heath in Erie County, New York, have all purchased the system.
Cadaver Harvesters ---human tissue transplants
FDA wants system from death to transplant ... Ed: like NAIS ??
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said the inspections turned up no serious problems. But an internal task force report urges agency officials to set up a method for tracking body parts from cadaver to transplant patient a system that currently doesn't go that far....
The targeted companies remove bones, tendons, cartilage, heart valves and other non-organ parts from corpses. These tissues are used in roughly
1 million medical procedures in the United States each year, many of them for routine knee and back surgeries.
If improperly screened and processed, these tissues can cause serious infections, including HIV or hepatitis, or even death in transplant recipients. Fears about the lax regulation of the industry arose after scandals involving two companies and the recall of thousands of tissues, many of which were already transplanted.
A tracking system that ends with the recipient of the transplanted tissue. Currently, the tracking requirement ends with the doctor or hospital that does the transplant. As a result, it has been difficult to warn patients who may have received improperly processed cadaver parts. The agency says it must review the legality of enforcing such a requirement.
Limiting or banning retrieval of tissue at funeral homes. Many in the industry have urged such limits because unsterile retrieval can increase the chances of germs being passed to recipients
The company's operator faces trial along with a former New York funeral home director on charges that they stole bodies and unlawfully dissected them. Among the corpses that had body parts removed was Alistair Cooke, the 90-year-old former host of PBS' Masterpiece Theater, who died of cancer
"There is just too much money in body parts for profit," said Dawes, of Medford, Ore.
500 VeriTrace chips + accessories purchased by Georgia Beureau of Investigation
VeriChip Corporation ("VeriChip" or the "Company") (NASDAQ:CHIP), a provider of RFID systems for healthcare and patient-related needs, announced today that the State of Georgia, through the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, purchased the VeriTrace (TM) system for disaster relief and emergency management needs. The GBI purchased the system, which consisted of 500 chips, 5 customized Ricoh cameras and 5 VeriTrace Bluetooth(TM) handheld readers, as part of their cache of equipment used for disaster preparedness and emergency response needs. The GBI plans on using the VeriTrace system for assistance in the identification of human remains and for tagging and tracking evidentiary items associated with remains in the aftermath of a disaster.
The VeriTrace system will also be utilized and featured today
during a mock disaster drill with more than 500
emergency response personnel in Austell, GA. Besides the
GBI, additional state, county and local agencies participating in
the mock disaster drill include the Georgia Office of Homeland
Security, Georgia Emergency Management Agency, Georgia Body
Recovery Team, Georgia Search and Rescue, Cobb County public
safety responders and other related agencies
VeriTrace ( implantation of the dead ) now called "emergency management system"
Now a FEMA thing
and the emergency management system called "VeriTrace" achieved important milestones.
VeriChip's VeriTrace application is designed to assist state and federal agencies to plan for and manage emergency situations and disaster recovery using implantable RFID technology.
VeriChip has now trained nearly 400 FEMA employees on this technology including
the Disaster Mortuary Operational Response Teams (DMORT)
involved in the recovery efforts during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and responsible for Weapons of Mass Destruction recovery efforts. VeriChip continues to work with federal and state agencies on full implementation of this technology.
1. Implantation of the dead
Not even at death do ye part - VeriChip for Everything
For Florida and Hawaii
"VeriTrace is designed to assist state and federal agencies to plan for and manage emergency situations and disaster recovery using implantable RFID technology. The VeriTrace system includes:
1. a unique implantable RFID microchip,
2. a VeriTrace Bluetooth(TM) handheld reader,
3. a customized Ricoh Caplio Pro G3 Digital Camera capable of receiving both RFID scanned data and GPS data wirelessly,
4. and a Web-enabled database for gathering and storing information and images captured during emergency response operations.
This database ensures the precise collection, storage and inventory of all data and images related to remains and the associated evidentiary items. This also allows the creation of an accurate and complete reconstruction of a disaster setting, crime scene or similar environment and location, where necessary or appropriate."
Verichip, RICOH Camera ( GPS enabled ), and FEMA tag body remains ( VeriTrace)
Ed: This sounds like "Final Cut" movie ( dvd)
WEST CALDWELL, N.J. & DELRAY BEACH, Fla. --(Business Wire)-- April 24, 2006 -- VeriChip Corporation, a subsidiary of Applied Digital (NASDAQ: ADSX), and Ricoh Corporation, a global leader in digital office solutions, announced today that, upon an invitation from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), they will be demonstrating the VeriTrace(TM) system operating with Ricoh's Pro G3 Digital Camera, at the 2006
National Disaster Medical System (NDMS) Conference held in conjunction with the Disaster Response & Recovery Exposition, running April 22-26, at the Reno Hilton in Reno, Nevada. This end-to-end solution is the first to use
implantable RFID tags to identify, track, and inventory remains and the first to automatically embed each tag's ID along with the GPS coordinates into the images captured by the Ricoh camera during disaster response and recovery situations.
Working with Ricoh, we can ensure our tags' ID's are tied to relevant digital images for rapid, reliable tracking of remains and associated evidentiary items."
The microchip is inserted into the remains at the onset of processing and a VeriChip wireless handheld reader is waved over the insertion area to "read" the unique 16-digit ID
Then the Ricoh camera accesses each ID from the reader and automatically embeds this ID into every subsequent image taken around those particular remains. In addition to embedding the VeriChip ID into the image, the Ricoh camera also embeds the GPS coordinates of the subject being captured into the image.
The data and images are gathered and uploaded (or entered) into a proprietary Web-enabled database or an existing database system at the intended facility. This database ensures the precise collection, storage, and inventory of all data and images related to each set of remains and the associated evidentiary items. This also allows the facility to recreate an accurate and complete reconstruction of a disaster setting, crime scene or similar environments and locations that would require such action
Information about Ricoh's complete range of products and services can be accessed on the World Wide Web at www.ricoh-usa.com ( Ed: They operate in North , Central and South America )
Then the Ricoh camera accesses each ID from the reader and automatically embeds this ID into every subsequent image taken around those particular remains. In addition to embedding the VeriChip ID into the image, the Ricoh camera also embeds the GPS coordinates of the subject being captured into the image. The data and images are gathered and uploaded (or entered) into a proprietary Web-enabled database or an existing database system at the intended facility. This database ensures the precise collection, storage, and inventory of all data and images related to each set of remains and the associated evidentiary items.
Ed: I suppose "evidentiary" includes any photos from the past that they want to include .
Audio, Video, Photo, Document data Dot " Memory Spot" ( HP )
The experimental chip, developed by the Memory Spot research team at HP Labs, is a memory device based on CMOS (a widely used, low-power integrated circuit design) and about the size of a grain of rice or smaller (2 mm to 4 mm square), with a built-in antenna. The chips could be embedded in a sheet of paper or stuck to any surface, and could eventually be available in a booklet as self-adhesive dots.
The chip has a 10 megabits-per-second data transfer rate 10 times faster than Bluetooth wireless technology and comparable to Wi-Fi speeds effectively giving users instant retrieval of information in audio, video, photo or document form. With a storage capacity ranging from 256 kilobits to 4 megabits in working prototypes, it could store a very short video clip, several images or dozens of pages of text.
Future versions could have larger capacities.
VeriTrace -- wireless cameras capture videos for chips in dead people
"VeriTrace includes a unique RFID implantable microchip, an advanced Ricoh digital camera and a web-enabled data base for gathering and storing information and images.
The system allows the user to accurately tag, track, inventory and capture the images of human remains and evidentiary ( Ed: evidence) items associated with small casualties, mass disasters or crime scenes.
The features of VeriTrace reveal a complete end-to-end solution for medical examiners, coroners, forensic scientists, sheriff's departments, police organizations, criminalists, crime scene investigators and the like.
The VeriChip RFID implantable microchip is inserted in the remains at the onset of processing. Subsequent
( Ed: afterwards) to the insertion, a VeriChip scanner is waved over the insertion area and "reads" the
VeriChip 16 digit identifier.
The Ricoh digital camera has the ability to read the VeriChip ID number via a wireless Bluetooth® connection to the VeriChip scanner. Once the VeriChip ID is captured by the camera, it is embedded into every subsequent image taken and permanently associated with those images.
The data and images gathered are then uploaded or entered into a proprietary web-enabled database or an existing database system at the intended facility. The database functionality ensures the precise collection, storage and inventory of all data and images related to the remains and evidentiary items.
A full demonstration of the VeriTrace application will be scheduled at multiple times throughout the A.A.F.S. Meeting at the VeriChip exhibit booth #213 in the Washington State Convention & Trade Center, Seattle, WA. It will also supplement the dialogue presented by Gary Hargrove, Coroner of Harrison County, MS,
and the coroner in charge of FEMA's DMORT (Disaster Mortuary Operational Response Team) facility in Gulf Port, MS, during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Mr. Hargrove will be discussing, among other items, his experience using the VeriChip implantable microchip, its advantages, how it worked, the information he used the VeriChip to track and his opinion of the cost benefit of using the VeriChip.
If any of you have seen the DVD called "The Final Cut" with Robin Williams, it shows this very graphically.
VeriTrace for corpses and body parts
Commenting on Hargrove's appearance, Marc Poulshock, VeriChip's Vice President of Disaster Relief and Emergency Management, stated, "It is an honor and a privilege to have such a noteworthy and distinguished individual participate along with VeriChip at the A.A.F.S. Meeting. His unique experience in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and decision to use the VeriChip implantable microchip in a brand new application was bold and with incredible forethought and vision. His success of this new use for VeriChip's microchips has led to the development of VeriTrace, the only end-to-end implantable tagging solution for the accurate tracking and identification of human remains and associated
VeriTrace Database www.veritrace.com
We have a very large database of names and other useful information which we allow to be searched and added to free of charge.
RFID in teeth for forensics
Chipping the dead
"Hargrove: You can use paper toe tags, which don't last very long. Once they get wet, they usually fall apart or the ink runs on them and you can't read the numbers. (VeriChip) was a better way to track it. Once you put a number to the body bag, you place this chip and you wouldn't have to open the bag. You could take a scanner and scan from outside of the bag, up around the left shoulder, and it would pick up this 16-digit number on the chip that was inserted in the body."
Ed : the following statement proves that there is no need to chip the dead body; eventually the chip will be off of the body. May as well just leave the chip or id-tag within the bag.
"As far as remains of individuals where there was no flesh, those chips were placed in a bag in an area at the top of what we would consider the head of the bag. "
"Hargrove: The only thing that was really left over was the scanners that they provided. So, yes, those will be kept so that we'll be able to use them in the future."
[ Ed: yes, they will come in handy when chipping the living ]
The Katrina victims have to first be identified by dental records etc. before the chip goes into the corpse.
So chipping is redundant.
We must keep in mind that the chip identifies no one. It can only work with an already existing biological identifier placed there by God, our Maker. God is the author of our identity as a person.
The chip simply makes us a codified object.
Katrina victims get "chipped"
Florida-based VeriChip said it has already implanted radio frequency identification (RFID) tags into 100 corpses in the state for the Mississippi State Department of Health.The company, which is a subsidiary of publicly traded
Applied Digital Solutions, said it is also in talks with Louisiana health authorities, though no agreement has been reached....
If the past is any guide, its likely that tracking corpses will also raise ethical concerns. For instance,
would the person consent to disclosure of personal information contained in the chip after the death?
On September 19, the company plans to publicly chip a senior executive of the investment bank Merriman Curhan Ford in downtown San Francisco
The beige plastic scanners, which resemble TV remote controls, have screens that display a 16-digit number when passed within six inches of a chip. The same number is preprinted on bar-code stickers attached to each injector package. Hargrove said the stickers go on the outside of the bag, on the case file and on any DNA samples taken from the remains.
Radio frequency identification chips slender red cylinders about half an inch long were implanted under the corpses' skin or placed inside body bags. Each VeriChip, donated by a subsidiary of Applied Digital Solutions Inc., emits a specific radio signal, enabling morgue workers to quickly locate and catalog the remains.
With 48 of the 133 bodies recovered in Harrison and Hancock counties still unidentified as of Sunday, Harrison County Coroner Gary T. Hargrove said the chips have been a boon to the Disaster Mortuary Operational Recovery Team he oversees.
Each chip comes packaged in a white plastic injector that looks like a bulky pen attached to a thick hypodermic needle. Hargrove said the chips are implanted in the corpse's shoulder or placed inside the body bag, depending on the condition of the remains
Response Team "DMORT "
The U.S. Disaster Mortuary Operational Response Team (DMORT) and health officials in Mississippi's Harrison County are implanting human cadavers with RFID chips from VeriChip in an effort to speed up the process of identifying victims and providing information to families, VeriChip said Friday. In addition, the County Medical Examiner's office in Lafayette County, Miss., said it will stock RFID chips and scanners for future disaster relief. Louisiana is also expected to begin using the system soon, which should help officials cope with the estimated 500 unidentified bodies in the state.
Opponents, however, contend that embedding RFID chips into people will erode civil liberties and privacy.
Several Christian groups also object, asserting the chips violate their beliefs
When relief workers find an unidentified body, they insert a chip and enter information about the location, physical condition and characteristics of the body. Some also take digital photographs. The data is then cross-checked against a database, being compiled, that contains information from families about missing persons in that area.
Disaster Tracking ( MAR )
for those who survive a disaster
"The core of the Belgian Victim Tracking and Tracing System is the Cisco 3200 Series Wireless and Mobile Router, also called the Mobile Access Router (MAR). This is a compact, robust and extremely flexible device that is suitable for creating a wireless network connection in and around vehicles. The device can support many different network connections, both fixed and wireless, and can automatically switch from one to the other. If there are several available connections, the intelligent router automatically chooses the connection that guarantees most bandwidth. More details on the Cisco 3200 Series Wireless and Mobile Router can be found at: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/routers/ps272/index.html.
The Belgian Victim Tracking and Tracing System not only has a Dutch equivalent. Tests are also currently being conducted in Germany incorporating GPS and GPRS technology for the registration and tracking of disaster victims. The information obtained via the GPS tracking system is available in real time for transmission to the back end via GPRS messages sent via the existing network.
Possible definition of GPRS ( Global Positioning by Remote Sensing )
Chip Mobile now called "Mobile Clinic"
560 Verichips, 7 Scanners to Mississippi
At the request of the State of Mississippi Department of Health, the Company [ Applied Digital VeriChip ] has lent its 40-foot mobile clinic to act as the Department of Health's Mobile Clinic. This vehicle is specifically retrofitted for medical procedures such as chip-injection. The vehicle is being staffed by Department of Health representatives and is now providing food, water and medical supplies, including tetanus and other vaccinations, to people in need of medical care. Over 1,000 individuals have received medical treatment at the mobile medical unit in the first five days of its operation
To date, the Company has donated approximately 560 VeriChips to Harrison and Lafayette Counties in Mississippi. Initially, Harrison County and the U.S. Disaster Mortuary Operational Response Team (DMORT) are utilizing VeriChip's identification technology to integrate identification of the unidentified deceased with a database provided by the County and the Georgia Bureau of Investigation so that loved ones may access the information to identify missing family members that may have perished in this disaster. The County Coroner in Harrison County, MS, and DMORT are now using this technology. The County Medical Examiner's office in Lafayette County, MS, intends to store the VeriChips and scanners for future pending disaster relief and body identification assistance. Applied Digital has offered to donate its technologies to Louisiana and the DMORT facility located in St. Gabriel, LA, as well.
Mobile Clinic ( "Chip Mobile") for injections, registration and electronic medical records
Implant chip to identify the dead
Ed: In order to be identified, this chip may have been taken while alive. It all so so nice and tidy, so Orderly to scan dozens of corpses and get their ID. However, we are warned in Rev. 14: 9-11 not to take the 666 Mark of the Beast.
Let's not worry about our dead body (corpse). Let's worry about where we will wind up for all eternity.
FYI -- Dead Bodies to receive rfid tags
( cadavers, corpses, carcasses, body parts etc.)
Larry Niven coined the term organlegging to describe practice of trafficking in human organs in his 1967 novel The Jigsaw Man.
Read more about implanting live people with RFID tags for bill payment; also the FDA has approved the VeriChip tag for use in hospital patients.
ID inserted into skulls of tsumani victims ( corpses) Inserted after death : no accountability
Forensic experts want the use of microchips to become the new standard in corpse identification.
The chips were used as tags to identify bodies of the Dec 26 tsunami victims for the first time in the world, Dr Pattana Kitkailass of the Police Forensic Institute.
They agreed the technique should be the standard for identifying corpses whenever there is a major disaster
Dr Pattana said the numbers could disappear completely if bodies were too decomposed. Microchips were a much more reliable form of identification. Each chip was about the size of a grain of rice. They could be implanted in a skull and had a life of up to 75 years.
Pol Col Ponprasert Ganjanarintr, superintendent for police foreign affairs, said more than 2,400 corpses had been implanted with microchips so far.
"where the body is, there will the eagles be gathered together " Luke 17:37
"wherever the carcass is, there will the eagles be gathered together : Matthew 24:28
This tagging of dead bodies is a way for the System to break down the resistance of the people toward taking a chip while alive. Don't let them wear you down with the frequencies of application.
When you stand before the Judge of the whole Earth on your Judgement Day , He will not ask about the thousands who took the chip while alive. He will ask you why you took it, and will then relegate you to your place for all eternity. It was your choice, not His.
What follows is likely to be a long process of collecting DNA samples from families around the world and matching them with materials from the victims, according to Interpol principles on disaster victim identification. Every corpse will be tagged with an ID number, details on where it was found and distinguishing marks. Every family claimant must provide DNA samples and, where possible, the dental records, fingerprints and last-known location of their lost relatives
Verichip in the forehead ...... ID of the dead
2. Mass Burial .... In
Case of Crisis
Mass Graves planned in advance
A "prudent worst case" assessment suggested that 320,000 could die in Britain if the H5N1 virus mutated into a form contagious between humans, according to a confidential report.
The paper - said to have been discussed by a Cabinet committee - said that the huge number of deaths would lead to delays of up to 17 weeks in burying or cremating victims. It warned that the prospect of "common burial" would stir up images of the mass pits used to bury victims of the Great Plague in 1665.
Ed: In my opinion, more people would die from an Atomic nuclear-biological-chemical attack ( ABC ) than from bird flu.
It amazes me that they can put us underground after we die, but make no provision for underground shelters from attack before we die, so that we don't die.
[ Russians still have their fallout shelters for their citizenry ]
In the EARLY 1950's, America had city-sirens practicing an alert for war.
Also in the EARLY 1950's ( under Eisenhower) we had "Fallout shelters" built, with adequate signs displayed so that people knew where these Fallout shelters were.
( usually government buildings, city halls etc. )
But after Eisenhower, it was all abandoned and now people are exposed to ABC warfare and to radio-active fallout.
Populations will be drastically reduced immediately ... hence the need for mass graves.
This fear of being buried "anonymously" in a common grave, will excite people's fears to want an ID chip implanted in their skulls, for perpetuity. Great way to market the chip.