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Winter Is Approaching And Danger Can Occur In Any Season: How to Make a Winter Survival Kit

With the approaching winter season and headlines like “Monster Storm on the Way” it’s time to consider your auto preparedness with a winter survival kit. I am not talking about your bug out vehicle, but I guess that is relevant. If you are stranded in your car like thousands were last …

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When The Government Checks Stop And Your Savings Are Gone, What Will You Do?

Preppers talk about the day when paper currency becomes worthless and how they plan to barter when things fall apart. But, what will most people do when the government check they depend on stops forever more. Over 50% of the people in America now get some kind of government check …

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The Best Survival Recipes From Our Ancestors That Will Help You Fill Bellies In An Emergency Situation

What do you do now if you want a recipe for something you don’t know how to make? You go to the internet, or perhaps to a cookbook, though that’s becoming a rarity. However, if you’re faced with an emergency where you have no power or no access to your …

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The Crash Of The US Economy Has Begun – How Do You Recover From An Economic Collapse?

The road to recovery from any type of societal collapse is largely dependent on the mechanism that caused the collapse. For this reason we need to determine what the likely cause of the collapse will be and have the appropriate equipment to fix the malfunction after it happens. This requires …

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The Best Tips To Store Water For Survival And It Won’t Cost You A Dime Beyond Your Monthly Water Bill

You turn on the faucet and there it is: as much water as you could possibly want. But then, as a prepper, you think, “What about the day when I turn it on and nothing comes out?” Many people buy bottled water for their stockpile, and that’s fine, but you …

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It Would Be A Shame For Something To Happen On This Planet And Survivors To Be Forced To Return To Medieval Life

Most people would agree that when disaster strikes, what you know is one of the most important things you will have to work with. Your knowledge base is the one thing you can carry with you wherever you go. It will allow you to create items from locally available materials …

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8 Methods Of Preserving Food Used A Few Centuries Ago

For centuries before the medieval period, and for centuries afterward, human beings in all parts of the world used a variety of methods to preserve foods for later consumption. Europeans in the Middle Ages were no exception. A society that was largely agrarian would be keenly aware of the need to store up …

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15 Ways To Warm Us During The Winter Learned From Our Ancestors Used On A Daily Basis

Staying warm was not always as simple as flipping a switch or nudging a thermostat. In the days of our ancestors, it also was not as easy as loading and starting a pellet stove. It involved even more than hauling firewood in from a dry shed and loading it into …

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Does The FDA Intend To Return To Ban Organic Farming?

In its efforts to ensure the safety of food, the US government may actually be ignoring the real problem while shutting down small organic farms. So says the Cornucopia Institute, a Wisconsin-based farm policy research group which released a 16-page analysis accusing the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) of implementing …

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Sooner Or Later Something Bad Will Happen: Here Are 6 Ways Famine Might Grip The U.S.

1. EMP – one nuclear bomb, detonated high in the ionosphere, can ruin your whole decade. Most of the U.S. could be without power for a very long time. Computers and anything using computer components would be burned out. It’s hard to say just how extensive the damage would be. Most …