“Your” SSN is not for identification. Social Security Cards and numbers were never intended for identification. Social Security Cards prior to 1972 contained a bold, red capitalized letters warning “NOT FOR IDENTIFICATION”. It is not for identification because everyone was suspicious that it was the Mark of the Beast.

What is the Mark of the Beast?

In the Bible, a beast symbolizes a government according to three angles (in Daniel 7:24, Daniel 8:20 and in Revelation 17:12).

In the Bible, the book of Revelation contains a prophecy. Revelation 13:17 says there will be a time when a “mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.” would be required to buy or sell.

When the Social Security Act was being debated in 1935, everyone was suspicious that the SS card (mark and number) would eventually be used as the dreaded Mark. So the government lied to us and reassured everyone that it would never be used as identification. They even put the restriction on the card to reassure us. The Bible also says that Satan is a liar from the beginning.

Do you have a wage authorization number, issued by a government (beast) power, that allows you to sell your labor? Do you have a banking authorization number that allows you to buy or sell, or cash a paycheck? If you suspect that you have taken the Mark of the Beast, you should find out more. Read my article Will you Be Deceived Into the Mark of the Beast.

Not For Identification

Here are some government confessions that thy lied to us.

The Legislative history of the Privacy Act, Public Law 93-579, bottom of page 6944:

“The Social Security card states that it is not to be used for identification purposes. This proviso was initially included in the Social Security program to prevent reliance on the card for identification because the person could acquire several of them under several identities . . . “

769 F.2d 968: United States of America v. Jesus Amaya Quinteros:

“It is true, of course, that providing identification to the holder is not one of the primary purposes of Social Security cards. In fact, the Operation Procedure Manual of the Social Security Administration states that the Social Security card is not to be used for the purpose of identification. Nevertheless, the Social Security card is commonly accepted as an identification card. An expert for the Social Security Administration testified that the Administration frequently issues Social Security cards to elderly people for the purpose of providing identification for cashing checks. She further testified that the legend “Not for Identification Purposes” was dropped from the card in 1972 because individuals nevertheless were using the cards for identification purposes. We think this reflects the common understanding that Social Security cards are identification documents. The fact that an illegal market valued false Social Security cards for identification purposes further supports our conclusion that such cards are commonly accepted for identification within the meaning of section 1028(d)(1).

51 F.3d 288: United States of America, v. Mohammad Hassan Hammoude:

“because the cards were so often used for identification, the government removed a notice from the back of the cards that had stated that they were “Not for Identification Purposes.”

United States v. Abbouchi No. 05-50962, D.C. No. CR-05-00159-PA, footnote 4:

the Administration removed the “Not for Identification Purposes” legend from these cards in 1972 to reflect their emerging use as a form of identification. Id.
The Fourth Circuit also cited legislative history for § 1028(a)(2) suggesting that Congress contemplated the statute would cover social security cards.
5 Congress has since amended § 1028(d)(3). See USA PATRIOT Improvement and Reauthorization Act of 2005, Pub. L. 109-177 § 603(3), 120 Stat. 192, 253

For more information read my in-depth article Things the Government Did Not Tell You About the Social Security System.

You may also be interested in SSNs are not required to live or work in the United States and my eBook Identification Credentials: Mandatory or Voluntary

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