The well known 2007 documentary “Zeitgeist” starts off in a rather anti-Christian tone….claiming that Jesus Christ, considered Messiah by nearly 4 billion humans, was recycled from other legends from around the world. Ironically, it ends in such a way that it mirrors certain Christian eschatological beliefs.

Whether you have realized it or not, “Zeitgeist”, an anti-Christian documentary, ACCURATELYpresented (towards the end) the Christian prediction of the mark of the beast – as being an implanted chip. Strangely, Christian eschatologists – more than a decade ago – predicted that the “mark of the beast” is going to be an RFID microchip implant. It so happens that the writers of “Zeitgeist”… claims that the exact same thing is in store for us.

Towards the end of “Zeitgeist”, we hear :
“and the final step is the implanted chip…. which many people have already been manipulated into accepting under different pretexes.”

The documentary then goes on to show a clip of an American family that got themselves chipped. They are described as “pioneers in a brave new world” and are praised as being the first ever to be implanted with microchips. Then somebody claiming he wouldn’t mind having “something permanently implanted” in his arm,

We then hear the documentarys narrator say this…

“In the end everybody would be locked into a monitored controlled grid,where every single action that you perform is documented, and if you get off the line they can just turn off your chip. for in that point of time every single single aspect of society would revolve around that chip. This is the picture that is painted for the future if you open your eyes to see it” 

IRONICALLY…this echoes EXACTLY what Christian eschatologists said more than a decade ago – that an RFID chip implant controlling economic transactions, is around the corner. That is how many Christian eschatologists have interpreted this bit from Revelation :

And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads. And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name. – Revelation 13:15-17

My assessment is this :
“Zeitgeist” starts off in a very anti-Christian tone, in its claims that Jesus was a myth.

Then, it ironically ends with the very thing that Christian eschatologists more than a decade ago predicted would happen. (I remember reading about it in a Christian eschatological book way back in 2001.)