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Finding a safe location to survive the upcoming man-made and natural disasters is crucial if you want to not only live but survive and thrive a very uncertain near future.

With man-made disasters such as a Civil/Race Wars, an Economic Collapse with Hyper Inflation, an EMP attack, Foreign/UN Troop Invasion, Martial Law, Massive Riots all across the U.S., etc., the largest population centers will be “Death Traps”.  The largest cities of New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Philadelphia, Phoenix, San Diego, San Antonio, and Dallas all have a population in excess of one million and all together, a total population in excess of twenty-three million people.  There are another twenty-two cities with a population between 500,000 to one million and another 200 plus more cities with a population between 100,000 to 500,000 people.  Starting with the largest cities and working down to the smaller cities within days to weeks, all areas within a one hundred mile radius of these largest population centers will become major “Death Trap” when all hell breaks loose.

And with natural disasters such as a Coronal Mass Ejection towards Earth, Massive Earthquakes in excess of 10.0, Nibiru/Planet X flyby, a Physical Pole Shift, etc., billions will die within the first seventy-two hours, especially in coastal regions from massive tsunamis in excess of 1000 feet high.  Why? Because over half of the world’s population now lives within one hundred miles of the coast.

So when choosing a safe location far away from danger, death, and destruction to survive, it is very important to consider these following factors:

Water is the number one priority to consider when choosing a safe location.  Creeks, rivers, or streams that flow year round, lakes, ponds, reservoirs, wells, and/or areas with large amounts of rain will be a factor when selecting a survival location.  People need safe drinking water to survive, or they will die.

Distance is where you want to be from all populated areas.  At a bare minimum you will want to be at least 100 miles away, but preferably 200 to 300 miles distance is the best option for a survival location.  This distance will defiantly protect you and your family from what is known as the “Golden Horde”.  The mass exodus will be from the large populated areas when both food and water run out within seventy-two hours.

Elevation is also another factor to consider.  The western U.S. with an elevation of at least 5,000 feet above sea level would be the best option for a survival location.  Over ninety percent of the eastern U.S. is below 2,000 feet in elevation.

Defense is a key factor when considering your safe location.  Having natural barriers such as boulders, large trees, ravines, etc. around your survival location will greatly help you when defending your retreat.

Size of the property that you will be surviving on is another thing to consider.  Having enough room for everyone in your group to have enough personal space, plus room for a large enough garden, room for animals/livestock, and room for defense are all important factors to consider.  Four acres would be the bare minimum to support all the basics listed.


As you can see from the map below, it shows several large populated areas with surrounding areas shaded red.  About 2/3rds of the U.S. population lives in the eastern half of the country.  These are the areas you need to avoid when selecting your safe area of a retreat.


The map below shows all the main interstate highways.  You will want to choose only the white areas for your safe location.  These highways will be the Golden Horde routes.


Between the two maps, the safest areas would be areas such as north-eastern Montana, the four corners area of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah, north-western Dakotas (north and south), north-western Nebraska, and south-western Kansas.  I would not recommend north-western Wyoming due to the Yellow Stone areas seismic activity.  Moving to these areas and having an underground shelter will greatly increase and enhance your survivability with both man-made and natural disasters that are coming very soon.


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