Microsoft Crypto Patent is Satanic Says Former CIA Spook

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  • A Microsoft cryptocurrency patent filed six months ago has been drawn into a satanist conspiracy theory
  • Former CIA investigator Kevin Shipp has linked the patent to two unconnected conspiracy theories involving a Serbian artist and Bill Gates
  • Even the patent number has been accused of having satanic overtones

A patent by Microsoft to merge cryptocurrency with physical activity has links to the occult, according to a former CIA investigator. Kevin Shipp reinforced the claims made by Russian film director Nikita Mikhalkov that Microsoft founder Bill Gates is seeking to implant humanity with microchips under the guise of vaccination, with Shipp and his occult-believing followers adding that the use of a Serbian artist Marina Abramović all but proves the existence of the evil plan.

Serbian Artist + Bill Gates = Satanism

The incredible claims link two conspiracy theories together in one handy evidence-free package. The first is that Bill Gates, who it must be noted no longer works for Microsoft, is directly connected to the company filing a patent for a cryptocurrency in March this year that links the earning of cryptocurrency with movement of the body.

This simple concept, which may be the kind of blanket patenting that big tech companies do in order to ward off others, is linked by Shipp to the idea that Gates is trying to microchip the world for the purposes of population control. This lunatic idea gained further traction, according to Shipp and his cohorts, when just a few weeks after filing the patent, Microsoft used Abramović in an advert for a different product, the HoloLens 2, a headset that allows users to see digital imagery with the outside world still in view.

Abramović was on the end of her own rash of conspiracy theories in 2016 when she was accused of being a satanist following ringleader of a global political conspiracy (no, really), so her presence in a Microsoft advert was like catnip to Shipp and his collection of friendless basement dwellers. And now the Microsoft cryptocurrency patent has just stirred the hornet’s nest.

Microsoft and the Evil Cryptocurrency

Shipp said that Abramović’s presence in the advert, which was taken down shortly after release due to the backlash from the loonies, was evidence that “they (Microsoft) are getting obvious about it” despite the fact that the HoloLens 2 is COMPLETELY UNRELATED to the cryptocurrency patent.

His followers were all too ready to agree, with some strange, scary, and utterly bizarre claims being made on the back of it:

Even the patent number has come under suspicion, with Mikhalkov telling RT in May that it was satanic in its own right:

The 060606 part is somewhat alarming. You probably understand this, right? Is this a coincidence or an intentional selection of such a symbol, which in the Apocalypse of John is called the ‘number of the beast’ – the 666.

With this kind of reaction to the filing of the cryptocurrency patent, Microsoft had better be prepared if they launch a product connected to it – the kickback could be biblical.