666 in Bar Codes?
I have seen claims that the numbers "666" are embedded in
every UPC Bar Code.
Most claims, however, give no proof of the Bar Code interpretation
If true, the prediction in Revelation 12:17-18 "that no man may buy
or sell" without the mark of the Beast ("666") is currently implemented
in every store.
||Left & Right Guards & Center Pattern are all (right-side) "6"|
(Nothing else in Drawing 5 matches the Pattern)
FROM DRAWING 5 BELOW
The 2 narrow lines that descend below the
other lines of the UPC Code at the far left, right and center are
each the number "6".
|Drawing 5: BarCode explanation (uniform Code Council 18.104.22.168)
In the specs of the Uniform Code Council
(another UCC), Section 22.214.171.124 specifies the 2 Guard Bars and Center Pattern (below in "Drawing 5") [previously available at http://www.uc-council.org/, now only for sale in their book],
they are the "guard bars" on the far left and far right sides, as well
as the "center pattern" of the UPC Bar Code.
Please compare the "Left Guard", "Center Pattern" and "Right Guard" in "Drawing 5" below with the (right side) pattern used for the number "6".
The only place on the internet I've found where the number symbols themselves were elucidated is
in the graphs below [previously at uc-council.org]. Please note that
the black/white pattern for the number symbol on the left side is the
negative image of the symbol on the right side. When you switch white
for black and black for white, you will see that it is the same symbol
for both sides. If you view the right-side symbol for "6" you will see
that it is the same 2-narrow-line pattern as is used for the guard bars
and center pattern, thus confirming that the 2 guard bars and center
pattern form a delimiter of "666".
This confirms the claim with information [previously] from the Uniform Code
Council's own website and currently available from their book.
Please Note that this "666" analysis does not apply to the Bar Code Supplement
|Bar Code Image Sample (with Supplement at Right)
||Drawing 6: Supplement explanation
Also, Don't confuse the main UPC symbol with the UPC-A symbol below