Anti Surveillance Filmmaker Plans to Use Eye Socket Camera

March 5, 2009

Cameras and surveillance and other hi tech gadgets that can be in use anywhere and everywhere Our only concern here is in places of the church, and religious activities, as we warned in articles two years ago based on first hand information from a federal spokesman for small business. There are devices having the capability of seemingly out of the air produce sound and voice, to place holographic images in the clouds, and are one the verse of having devices to create holographic images in the air in front of you. And Japan has installed in vending machines the ability for you to hear an ad inside your head for the products offered by said vending machine. These things present a great danger to the integrity of people having dreams and visions and even the prophetic ministry, Not that the prophetic ministry has not been already greatly defiled over the last 40 years by all the pretenders that have made themselves out to be prophets of the Lord. And now in the last decade all the pretenders that have made themselves out to have been sent forth by the throne of God as Apostles of God.


When the bible speaks of great lying signs and wonders that could deceive the very elect if it were at all possible this is it, sign wonders and miracles that can be created by the technology of men. All that is needed is a pernicious leader, a pernicious government entity and the flood gates of deception by these devices will be unleashed upon the world and the church in order to corral them around the false prophet and the Anti-Christ.


We love and care so much for the people of God, the advent of this breaks our heart. So we speak of this often so that you might in that day and hour remember these words and steel yourselves against the lying signs and lying wonders that are to be performed with all deceivableness.


BRUSSELS, March 5 (Reuters) - A Canadian filmmaker plans to have a mini camera installed in his prosthetic eye to make documentaries and raise awareness about surveillance in society.

Rob Spence, 36, who lost an eye in an accident as a teenager, said his so-called Project Eyeborg is to have the camera, a battery and a wireless transmitter mounted on a tiny circuit board.

"Originally the whole idea was to do a documentary about surveillance. I thought I would become a sort of super hero ... fighting for justice against surveillance," Spence said.

"In Toronto there are 12,000 cameras. But the strange thing I discovered was that people don't care about the surveillance cameras, they were more concerned about me and my secret camera eye because they feel that is a worse invasion of their privacy."

Spence, in Brussels to appear at a media conference, said no part of the camera would be connected to his nerves or brain.

He does not intend to create a reality TV show and the camera will be switched off when not needed, he said.

"I don't want to go into a locker room. I don't want to show the world me going to the bathroom either ... I'm not a life-caster and I don't plan to be one," he said. (Reporting by Bate Felix; Editing by Louise Ireland)