Tuesday, April 27, 2010
Newborn Babies Get Barcodes
Kettering General Hospital’s maternity unit has become the first in the UK to use barcoded tags instead of handwritten ones, the Times reports. After the announcement, Northhampton General Hospital also confirmed it would be using the tags. The barcoded tags are strapped to the baby's leg and run through a scanner by a nurse. It is hoped that the barcodes will cut down the amount of mistakes made by misreading labels.
While the idea of adding barcodes to the tags of newborns may appear efficient and harmless, Illuminologists might see it in a more sinister light. In some literature, the barcode is considered "Satanic" because they say the three non-functional "guard lines" of the code spell out "666". It is, they say, "the Mark" of Satan as described in the Book of Revelation.
Is this true? Are barcodes the harbinger of Satan and the "New World Order?" Or is it just another folk legend of the Illuminati? We will definitely look into this lore further in a future Daily 23 post.