The One-Stop Survival Preparedness Guide
Everything in one convenient place for your
physical and financial survival preparedness.
Earth is a dynamic and active planet. It is a living organism that is constantly seeking balance and equilibrium. There is often things happening, including natural disasters. Unfortunately many people die unnecessary in natural disasters, due partly to a lack of survival preparedness.
There is also the potential for man-made disasters, like nuclear power station disasters, war, terrorism or an economic recession or depression. Or people may find themselves stranded in a remote area due to an accident while traveling by land, air or sea.
The bottom line is that accidents happen. That is why we wear seat belts when we drive, and strap our children into safety seats. We do not act out of fear, but out of love for doing what is best for ourselves and our families, come what may.
We never know what is going to happen next on this eventful planet. But instead of fearing what might happen, or burying our heads in the sand in denial that something negative might happen, we can take a more healthy approach, which is this:
It is better to prepare for the worst, then
put it out of mind and live for the best.
This website will help you with survival preparedness for all of the possibilities mentioned above. There are also many predictions and prophecies that involve war and disasters, especially involving the year 2012. Most of the hype about 2012 stems from the Mayan calendar, which "ends" around the end of 2012. The calendar does not actually end. It is just one long cycle or "World Age" of 13 b'ak'tuns (about 5,125 years) that ends, and then another large cycle begins. There is no hard evidence that this is a doomsday prediction. However, there is so much talk about 2012 that Hollywood picked up on it with the movie "2012", which has instilled unnecessary fear in many people. (For more details, see 2012 and Other Predictions)
Important: This website is not claiming that any of the disasters or predictions mentioned will ever happen, and it is sincerely hoped that they do not. The intent of this website is not to cause anyone to engage in fear or anxiety about the future. On the contrary, because we know from the past that natural and man-made disasters can happen, being prepared for them brings peace of mind, and is basic common sense. It also helps to empower us to realize that we have some influence on our destiny and are not total victims to outside forces.
For a handy reference guide that you can keep by your phone, this website is also available in a printable e-book form. It also includes extras, like the immediate actions for emergencies and disasters at the front in a "Disaster Response Summaries" section. For details, see the Survival eBook page.
The survival preparation items mentioned on this website and in the ebook will cost you some money. (We do not sell them. We just point you in the right direction.) If you are asking yourself: Do I really need to invest in these items and will I ever use them, the answer is: "You may". So because it is possible, it's better to be safe than sorry. Even though they will cost you some money, unlike an insurance policy, if you end up not needing them, you can always use them up, sell them or upgrade them. So don't allow a few dollars - or a few hundred or thousand, depending on your needs - to stand between you and your family's survival and peace of mind. Plus, if those dollars are sitting in the bank when calamity strikes, it will be too late. They will no longer help you.
The main areas covered on this website:
Links to books and websites on survival preparedness.
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