Survive Any Catastrophic Event By Storing Food For The Long Haul
They Laughed When I Told Them They Needed a Survival Guide. But Then the Prophecies Started Coming True…
How to live “off the grid” and survive any catastrophic event – even the Apocalypse
From the Mayan calendar’s end in December 2012 to the ravings of the Christian radio host Harold Camping who keeps predicting the world’s end, we have all been told of catastrophic changes that will leave all of us doomed.
Speaking of Camping, here is a funny thing about that guy. Every time his predictions fail to come to fruition, he is kind enough to move the date of judgment forward so we can relax and have some more time to live life as we now know it. It reminds me of the old Henny Youngman bit where he talks about Dr. Wellsler, “Wonderful doctor gave the guy 6 months to live. When he couldn’t pay his bill, he gave him another 6 months!”
Now, while we do not put any stock into these “predictions,” we do believe in being prepared for anything that comes down the pike.
Have you noticed that storms are getting stronger and more frequent? Earthquakes are happening all over the place…tsunamis, tornadoes and wildfires – oh my!
The fact of the matter is we’re not immortal. We need to do whatever we can to live as long as we can so when we finally do pass on, it won’t be because we failed to be prepared for an event that does not need to claim our precious life.
This is the information you need to protect yourself and your loved ones
This month, we are handing you the best information we know to help you survive any catastrophic event — or even take you “off the grid” right now if you want.
You do not have to be a slave of the health care system that is a very unfunny joke. The trouble is we have been conditioned into thinking we need all these things: expensive cars and homes, HDTV, HBO, the internet, laptops and phones that can blow out candles. (It’s true there is an smart phone app for that).
You do not need any of those things to survive. Frankly, if you were hit with a major, game changing event, then you could lose power, the cable/internet, and cell service as signal towers crumble into the dirt like a house of cards.
Even if nothing happens, you will still want to take a look at this. Truthfully, it is useful no matter how you slice it. At the very least, it could save you a good chunk of money.
Store food for the long haul like a squirrel for the winter
One of the coolest little tricks you can have in your survival arsenal is