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Knowledge is Power (KiP):  Having the proper mind set in any post disaster survival situation is extremely crucial in order to survive any disaster.  So in order to survive a worst case scenario, it is very important to be prepared Emotionally, Financially, Mentally, Physically and Spiritually.  If you’re not prepared in all five of these… Read more »


eFoods TEOTWAWKI

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Knowledge is Power (KiP)  TEOTWAWKI is an acronym that stands for “The End Of The World As We Know It”.  It basically means life as we know it right now will change forever, but life will not end. While there are numerous scenarios that can change life as we know it forever, the majority of… Read more »


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As the current U.S. drought refuses to release its stranglehold, more news articles are  making comparisons to the great droughts that fueled the dust bowl years. As journalists file these reports with more frequency, one cannot help but wonder if we truly are on a path that will return us to the dust bowl.


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Electra from Bismarck, ND asked:  Yonis, in a TEOTWAWKI scenario when people have to walk long distances, what type of footwear would you recommend? A Great question Ms Electra.  This is a very common item that is overlooked in folks bug out back packs.  “Survival Footwear” is a very crucial item that everyone needs to… Read more »


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Conrad from Tucson asked:  What is all this hype of storing all dehydrated foods for your survival food stores?  What’s wrong with just regular canned foods? Well Conrad, I have always recommended in my classes to store the following three types of food:


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In surviving a worse case scenario disaster, everything you have in your possession will have to last you indefinitely along with foraging for what you need.  This will be due to no supply truck running, civil unrest, crime waves destroying businesses and homes, and devastation from natural disasters. So recycling everything feasible will be the… Read more »


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Tracking Animals Every hunter knows at least the basics of tracking animals.  This is a basic survival skill everyone in your family or survival group should know, especially when your survival retreat is in the wilderness.


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Field Sanitation While it would take several articles to cover this topic in detail, I will just cover the main areas in short.  Getting sick because of dirty and unsanitary living conditions will only lessen your chances for survival.  Not keeping a clean living area and a clean survival retreat can and will cause unnecessary… Read more »