• Preparedness

    Flouride

    Flouride is Not Good Fluoride was used by Nazis to sterilize inmates and make them docile. Fluoride a key dumbing down ingredient of Prozac and Sarin nerve gas — poisons of choice for tyrant rats. If this is new to you, please go and look at the toothpaste box or tube and read the medical warning. One of the most commented-on pieces I did last year was the one on fluoride in toothpaste. The result was amazing as people did not know this was going on, and most told me they had thrown out the usual toothpaste and bought fluoride-free instead First of all, it needs to be stated that…

  • Homesteading

    Homesteading: Finding the Right Land

    There is much chatter about “getting out of the cities” and “buying rural land.” I’m a huge advocate of these philosophies and am working on building mine even now.So… now you’ve decided it’s for you, and you’re scratching your head, wondering, “Where do I start?”Well… first thing is to ask yourself, “What are my reasons that I want to return to the life that those before me chose to abandon in favor of the technological, sterile world we now live in? ” Meaning, why on earth would you want to get up in the morning and clean up chicken, horse, cow, or other cute little critter poop when we can…

  • Homesteading

    Herbalist Prepper

    The Herbalist Prepper, Recipes Well, we are quickly looking at fall and winter right around the corner and this turns me to wanting immunity boosting warm drinks.  I’ve got the perfect recipe for delicious Hot Cocoa, with an immunity boosting twist…. With cold and flu season looming before us, thoughts turn to building up our immune system so that we can hopefully get through the season unscathed.  And who doesn’t like Hot Cocoa?  Cocoa ImmuniTea Ingredients 3 tablespoons roasted cacao (powder or nibs)1 tablespoon dried elderberries2 tablespoons Astragalus root1 cinnamon stick3 ¼ cups waterRaw honey to tasteMilk or milk alternative to tasteReishi, cordyceps, or other immune-boosting tincture (optional) Directions Directions Elderberry:  Elderflower and…

  • Preparedness

    Survival Planning: Core Considerations

    Many prepper’s plans for surviving a state of absolute anarchy are often limited to specific readiness details, such as selecting firearms, growing and preserving food, keeping a bugout bag readily available, building improvised shelters, etc. Knowledge, skills, and abilities in numerous such details are essential to survival in a lawless world. Likewise, standing back from the specifics to consider overview planning concepts gives preppers insights into the larger picture that increases their chances to survive the die-off and prosper long term. Here are 3 general planning concepts you can apply to your specific preparation planning and implementation actions. These are the down and dirty basics. Research them to gain more…

  • Preparedness

    What’s The Code?

    Imagine if you will, TSHTF and TEOTWAWKI is on your doorstep. ROL is no longer, the LEOs are gone, and OPSEC is crucial to CYA. It is a GDE from a CME that produced a massive EMP. You are now thinking you won’t be able to SIP and you might want to GOOD. You jump into the BOV to make a run for the BOL which is OTG. Getting ready to go, you grab the BOB which is a nice MOLLE setup that will incorporate the EDC; which alone might not cover it and you could have ended up SOL. With your MREs, you head out thinking to yourself INCH.…

  • Preparedness

    Anxiety

    It Creeps in when you least expect it. “To hear the phrase…”our only hope” always makes one anxious because it means that if the only hope doesn’t work, there is nothing left” –Lemony Snicket, The Blank Book Dealing with anxiety on a daily basis is tough enough without adding into the mix some kind of SHTF scenario. Where now, not only are you worried about feeding your family and taking care of daily issues, there is now the unknown factor to consider. We all deal with anxiety differently, and a personal issue had even kept me from writing on this blog. Sometimes that anxiety can be not only overwhelming but…

  • Uncategorized

    What is a Cache?

    Websters defines Cache as: noun \ˈkash\ 1 a:  a hiding place especially for concealing and preserving provisions or implements b:  a secure place of storage 2:  something hidden or stored in a cache 3:  a computer memory with very short access time used for storage of frequently or recently used instructions or data —called also cache memory. Some of the first things to consider: A cache can be something small or in the case of the group in the book can be larger.  It will contain items you feel you will need in a situation demanding its use.  Keep in mind that this is not something you will be opening…

  • Preparedness

    The EMP – What To Do

    Starfish Prime Does anyone recall that name?  What it means when we are speaking of an EMP? The first human-caused EMP occurred in 1962 when the 1.4 megaton Starfish Prime thermonuclear weapon detonated 400 km above the Pacific Ocean. It was a test of a thermonuclear weapon one hundred times bigger than what was dropped on Hiroshima, Starfish Prime resulted in an EMP which caused electrical damage nearly 900 miles away in Hawaii. 900 miles for one weapon?Considering that this was detonated in 1962, how much more damage could follow from the numbers of weaponry in today’s arsenal? As mentioned in the last post, we recently had balloons pass over…

  • Preparedness

    The BOB

    How to build YOUR Ultimate Bug out Bag aka “The BOB” Most of us are aware of what the BOB or Bug out Bag is and some of us are aware of what we need to put into this bag but most of us follow any one or combination of lists out there to help us decide on what to put in a bug out bag. BUT….The bug out bag is personal, this will carry all the things YOU need to survive should you be forced to leave the security of your homestead. Because it is personal I wish to talk about how to determine what is best for YOU…

  • Preparedness

    The EMP

    We read about this thing called an EMP in lots of places; from blog posts and emails like this one to books and papers outlining this event and even into fiction. But what the heck is it, actually? Many know that the EMP was first noticed in the United States in the 1950s when electronic equipment failed because of induced currents and voltages during some nuclear tests. In 1960, the potential vulnerability of U.S. military equipment and weapons systems to EMP was officially recognized. But do you know the damage it can do? a high-yield explosion of approximately 10 megatons detonated 320 km (200 miles) above the center of the…