Monday, January 16, 2012

Ankh Technologies - (after)life technologies

An important new product is on the market, a cheap genome sequencer. The press release contained some signal elements that reveals what this is really about. Life Technologies Introduces the Benchtop Ion Proton™ Sequencer; Designed to Decode a Human Genome in One Day for $1,000

Their life logo has a stylized W, dotted in the middle to make an "i" or eye. W=23 -- the signal chromosome number. That dotted i or eye with the W connected to the e that is a complementary darker eye produces Harmerty, Horus who rules with two eyes.

The company's logo is descriptive. The letter f in life is an ankh.

The ankh, also known as key of life, the key of the Nile or crux ansata, was the ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic character that read "eternal life", a triliteral sign for the consonants ?-n-?. Egyptian gods are often portrayed carrying it by its loop, or bearing one in each hand, arms crossed over their chest.Wikipedia

You see the ankh is really about the afterlife. We see this in their logo, with the word "life," then after it we see "technologies." This company is about after-life technologies, you see. Death technologies. Psuedo-resurrection technologies. Posthuman Mark of the Beast technologies.

One of the products is pictured held in a hand flashing an OK symbol - signaling 666, the Beast and mark of the Beast.

Excerpts from the press release:

Democratizing DNA sequencing by reducing time, cost and informatics bottleneck
Democracy is a Masonic and Illuminati codeword for their Beast agenda.

The Ion Proton™ Sequencer, priced at $149,000, is based on the next generation of semiconductor sequencing technology that has made its predecessor, the Ion Personal Genome Machine™ (PGM™), the fastest-selling sequencer in the world.

next generation”... Ummmmmm. NLP?

Baylor College of Medicine, Yale School of Medicine, and The Broad Institute, have each signed up for multiple Ion Proton™ Sequencers and will be the first customers to adopt this transformative technology.

“Adopt,” like children not of their natural parents? “Transformative technology”? Yikes!

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