The Stranniki (Russian for Runaways or Wanderers) are the strong Pomorsky Old Believers who rejected prayers for Tsar Peter and all government papers (identification, passports, money, etc). They would not wear clothing contrary to Old Orthodox Russia, nor eat with those of contrary Faith and Practice. Keeping themselves separate from the antichrist society they went far into the Siberian wilderness. This blog is about these people and my effort to conform my life to theirs.

Thursday, March 26, 2009

666, UPC Barcodes & the Mark of the Beast

An ancient Russian Old Believer manuscript speaks about the red light being the devils eye to see the mark of the beast. This teaching from Christians of centuries past should speak loud and clear to us today. No doubt the human makers of the barcodes believed their intentions were good, but we know where that kind of road goes. Ignorance is no excuse either, no matter how wise they might appear to be. The unique prophecy I just mentioned is too specific to mistake it for anything else other than the scanner used to buy or sell almost everything. Then there are those barcodes.

The red lines are guard bars that allow the scanner to see a barcode.

At the start, center & the end the machine knows to begin & stop.

Left Number Set ----------- Right Number Set

A number has 2 differing lines identified here by different colors.

The numbers are different for each side in order to read correctly.

The number 6 in the right number set is the same as the guard bars.

Anyone can see that 666 is in the barcodes we buy and sell with.

I think there are other areas of our lives where the Mark of the Beast is now showing up, if we look around we can see plently of examples.