Surviving the earth changes and the pending pole shift


Surviving the earth changes and the pending pole shift

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This Little Iron Fish May Be The Solution To The World’s Anemia Problem

Canadian inventor Dr Christopher Charles hopes that the Lucky Iron Fish will help eliminate iron deficiency in the world.…Continue

Started by Andrew Veresay Nov 16, 2015.


Our small flock has been well underway until the last few weeks. We live in a rural setting. We share our home with predators. Clever predators which watch our movements closely and strike when we…Continue

Started by Phoebe In Wonderland. Last reply by NOBUKO SAKAMAKI Aug 18, 2013.

Hydration & Communication - Australia 3 Replies

My thoughts are that water is going to be a very valuable resource, and also in great need after the shift.The issue is how to carry it.  Personally I have several Camelbak back packs, these I use…Continue

Started by Evelyn. Last reply by KM Mar 19, 2012.

a simple cooling device for food that requires no electricity.... 3 Replies

 here is the link could be a good survival tool  flower pot firdgeContinue

Started by m. Last reply by sheila roach Sep 28, 2011.

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Comment by Heidi on March 28, 2010 at 6:18pm
I would like to know if anyone has any ideas for feeding a dog in the aftertime? I have a wonderful dog that I think is going to be very useful as far as protection, and companionship, but what can dogs eat besides dogfood? (stupid question, I know)
Comment by Don Deppeller on February 10, 2010 at 10:38pm
Hello all; not sure if this is the place to note this, but for all those folks familiar with, and their unique invention the "WEZA" foot-powered generator, the "WEZA" has been discontinued - and just when people will probably want to start buying them. A few merchants still have some in stock, they're $299 on average (they used to retail for $239, but now that they're discontinued they'll fetch even more on the open market). You can find one at this URL, and even watch a short demo of someone using their hand (but it's made for the foot, mainly) to operate it: I phoned the factory and they told me that the costs for the components was skyrocketing and sales were still trending downwards, because most people prefer to simply plug into the grid.....they aren't aware that the 'grid' as we know it will become a vague memory after the shift. R.I.P. Weza, but for those that still want one but were putting it off, simply google "Weza portable generator" and you'll find a few still available.
Comment by Jorge on February 10, 2010 at 6:47pm
I was considering to buy a domestic vacuum machine, that are small and not so much energy demanding. Of course you have to produce electricity. A wind generator also is needed and other equipments, as batteries -to accumulate energy- and a DC/AC voltage converter. This solution is better than solar panels obviously ...

If there is time to harvest our own vegetables, a solar dryer is a cheap solution to prepare them.

For meats, salt is a very good solution and not expensive.

Conserves are made in this country with bottles. After preparing fruit or vegetables, some kind of soup, they are filled, well sealed, and boiled into a big recipient, to get the products for long time ready to eat ...

Many of these solutions you can find out how to built, produce or improve watching in YouTube.
Comment by Kathleen Exar on January 26, 2010 at 8:05pm
I got the garden, but it's in the city with my 'upside down' house, even after the loan modifacations I couldn't sell it and can just afford, any body know how the Berkshires in MA will fare.?.... I'm thinking of keeping the camping gear ready.....I just hope that would be a good place for my 15 yr old son and myself to head....what do you all think? much appreciation
Comment by Rosemary Stephen on January 22, 2010 at 4:27am
Hello Gerard

Well I am still someone who does not have a place to go yet. I cannot afford buying land it is to expensive here. I njust hope that thing will come in due time.

Haiti is an excellent school for us all. It shows us exactly what we can anticipate when the pre-pole shift period will occur. I am watching carefully what is happening to the children. Some of them are not orphans. They are deliberately place in orphanage so the parents can get an their children educated in another country. Their money to be made even on children
Comment by Rich Racosky on January 18, 2010 at 9:13pm
The Haiti disaster, while devastating, is only a small taste for everyone. All should learn from this & prepare. Call it a dry-run. One can only imagine what happens when hotels/large buildings in Memphis/St.Louis, etc collapse! Our emergency services will be taxed to the limit. Imagine a series of good sized quakes coming one after another on various parts of the New Madrid at various times. I for one find it hard to imagine & would not want to live near that area this year.
Comment by The Shadow on January 18, 2010 at 7:47pm
Absolutely, Barrie. Once the New Madrid quake goes, it will be hard enough for people to get enough supplies to meet their own needs, much less store up extras for the future!
Comment by Rosemary Stephen on January 17, 2010 at 3:42am
Hello Gerard

This is a great idea.
Comment by Ad Schoenmakers on January 16, 2010 at 11:29pm
Dank je wel voor de uitnodiging Gerard !

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