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Survival Tips for the Next “Celestial Event”

August 5, 2010

Geologists have discovered that there is an approximate 23,000 year cycle in the earth’s crust that has repeated itself over an over again, over millions of years.  This 23,000 year cycle clearly indicates that there is at least 1 major event that seems to happen on a somewhat regular basis, and therefore could be predicted to happen again, right?  Are you ready for it?

Sophisticated, technical people who have become completely dependent on technology, and the complicated and extremely fragile infrastructure of our advanced “civilization” are at the highest risk of extinction.  (There will be no electricity, no grocery stores, no fresh water, no safe havens, no police, no cities, and no infrastructure to grow, and deliver food and/or manufacture, and deliver supplies, etc.).  They will be totally unprepared for any major breakdown of the infrastructure.  Case in point, Hurricane Katrina.  And, we knew that was coming with 5 days of advance notice.

Planning ahead for such a “possibility” would increase one’s chances of survival a hundred fold.  Although you cannot predict “where” you will end up after the earth’s crust plate shift, there are several things you could do to increase your odds of survival:

  1. Do not live near any large bodies of water (tsunamis, tidal waves).
  2. Do not live near any geologically active areas (volcanoes, hot springs, known earth quake areas).
  3. Do not live in a highly populated area.
  4. Do live in a location that is at least 3,000 feet above sea level.
  5. Have a dwelling that is solid and sheltered from open wind &/or rock slides.
  6. Have a method of filtering air, and water from volcanic ash and “other” contaminates (Eg. Radioactive dust/fallout).
  7. Have on hand a substantial supply of food & water (not days, but year’s worth).
  8. Have a way of reproducing &/or recycling food & water.
  9. Have a supply of NON-hybrid seeds for future crops.
  10. Have a way to protect from the elements, and maintain a small number of food-producing animals (such as chickens, rabbits, fish, etc.).
  11. Have a stock pile common medicines & prescription drugs, if possible.
  12. Have first aid supplies & the knowledge to use them.
  13. Have items that are valuable to trade with (hand tools, seeds, water containers, water purification, ammo, etc.).
  14. Have the ability to produce an energy source (alcohol, bio-diesel, vegetable oil, solar, wind, methane, etc.).
  15. Have several means of self-protection, and know how to use them (pistol, shotgun, rifle, bow, knife, etc…but being remote/hidden is best).
  16. Have a meaningful library of “How-to” books in as many areas of “practical knowledge” as possible (for yourself, and future generations).
  17. Learn survival skills (hunting, fishing, trapping, snares, rope tying, navigation, etc.).

Special Note:  Having multiple families &/or friends has both advantages, and disadvantages in a desperate situation.  It is impossible to predict what “they” will do when scared, desperate, &/or hungry.  They could turn out to be your best friend OR your worst enemy!

If you are prepared, and nothing bad happens, then it won’t matter?  What have you lost?  If you are prepared, and something bad happens, won’t you be thankful?  If you are NOT prepared, and something bad happens, what are your chances of surviving?  The choice/decision is yours … Are you feeling lucky?

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