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How we can prepare for any possible upcoming [Earth] changes, so we can make it through any possible difficulties. Include where to go, what to buy, etc.

ANSWER: If you want to plan for any rough days ahead, it seems to make good sense to prepare and purchase some basic things like the following items: if you/your family have a couple of cars, turn-in/trade-in the oldest car in for a used 4-wheel drive, 4 door off-road vehicle, or simply a used truck...older is better, they have far less electronics, one w/out an internal computer is best; turn-in/trade-in an amount of cash currency you’re comfortable with - and secure a bunch of silver coins - keep them ready, they are far more affordable than gold. Precious metal, gold & silver, coins have been used over thousands of years. Because precious metals always have intrinsic value, they are always considered as real “money”. Purchase/secure/have ready:  a tent & sleeping bags, a portable camping stove with  a minimum of two (2) full propane tanks, supply of matches, a flashlight with  extra batteries, 3-5 weeks supply of canned & freeze dried food.  Purchase at least four (4) ten gallon water jugs to hold clean drinking water & canteens,  and a portable water filter system that screens out germs, bacteria, protozoa including giardia and others which are deadly to the human body. You can research & purchase some of these items over the web.  Some of these items you can simply go to stores to buy.  The last few you can purchase in an outdoor camping store.

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Comment by Alex Cortes on April 10, 2012 at 11:50am
I absolutely agree with Cheryl, it definitely is not a hopeless mission, daunting but in no way hopeless.....
Please get started with what you can and I will periodically post addition info that may assist in your preparations for what may come.....
Salt, suger, honey, cigs will be worth their weight in gold....yes cigs, imagine bartering 1 away for say two day supply of fresh veggies.....bang for the buck..... and if you can roll them yourself even more for the money.....Just a notion.
Comment by Cheryl Nelson on April 10, 2012 at 11:23am

Another way to save up food is to eat out wherever you can find for free... church groups, family, friends.  Then save the goods from which you would have made a meal.  You can always fast one day a week, or you can eat two meals a day (as long as this wouldn't harm your health, like if you had diabetes).  Working in a restaurant usually means a free meal every shift you are on duty.  By being able to save some of what you buy, you can start building a food storage.  Kim is right about ramen noodles.  They are cheap and versatile.  You can search the internet for recipe ideas.  You can buy a 100-count box of tea bags for $1.18.  Sugar is still relatively cheap, about $15 at Wal-Mart for a 25 lb. bag.  Grow or buy vegetables and dehydrate them yourself and seal them in zip-loc bags.  Oatmeal and grits last a good long time and are affordable, so is macaroni and cheese and spaghetti.  I store olive oil for cooking, though it is not cheap.  Check out and look at the Manna Meals section for ideas.  It's not hard to can your own butter and butter can be bought in blocks (rather than sticks or tubs) cheaper.  Salt is very cheap.  Morton even has canisters of sea salt now, but good to also buy the iodized to prevent goiter. 

Now, the strategy comes in.  Many of these inexpensive items are important and could be bartered for things you don't have.  Salt may be cheap now but if it can't be found it will suddenly become very valuable because without it food is not so good.  If you need to wake up, a strong cup of black tea and sugar does wonders to pick you up and the flavor is a comfort food and can improve morale. 

Around here, Wal-Mart and Food Lion donate their extra food to the food banks, so if you can find a food bank that carries more than just canned goods, you can get tasty food.  Every Wednesday night, one church here has a program called "Bakery Blessings" and our local Food Lion (grocery store) donates sweets and breads, which have shorter shelf lives (but is frozen to preserve).  Wal-Mart is once a week and you can get bread, sweets, various meats and some canned or packaged goods.  So...... getting food to store is not a hopeless mission, after all.

Comment by Alex Cortes on April 10, 2012 at 10:10am


Just becareful with what the containers are made of make sure they explicitely say made without BPA, which is hazardous.  It should appear at the bottom of the container or on the wrapper....

Great way to deal with a container problem.

Comment by Alex Cortes on April 10, 2012 at 10:03am
May just be able to help with this problem...when I first started preparing for whatever is to come money was not my only issue, employment was, so there would be no money forthcoming and I have never been part of public aid so I avoided the whole assisted living up until I realized that I truly needed help.  My gf started going to local pantries and lord and behold they were handing out food for free, was it high grade, nope, was it tasteful, once again no, would it sustain us during times of hardships, absolutely.  So we started to hit 2 -3 food pantries a month, we would live off of what we gathered from one and save what we had from the other two....This lasted only for about 3 months, until I was hired, once that occured we started buying our supplies slowly but surely, we make it a point to donate to local food pantries for families that are struggling the way we were....  Well we would make sure to spend 20 dollars each pay period on food that is not parishable, canned, jar'ed, powdered, whatever....I grew up fairly poor so am more than happy with a diet of rice and beans but that can not be said about everyone....  either way once you start noticing that your stockpile is getting a little big to manage start a rotation where you give away anything that is over 6 months old(non parishable so makes little difference)and replace with what you get at the food pantries....
Now for gear you have to go a slightly different way....start small and work your way up....
I would say spend no more than 5-10 a week.  I scoured craigslist for not only camping gear but also garage sales/rummage sales/yard sales, then I visited any that were close and started purchasing the knick knacks of survival, things, I feel are not negotiable when it comes to preparing.
Knife: The most important outdoor survival tool is a sturdy knife. Non-folding knives with three inch blades are extremely versatile. Knives can be used to build friction fire-making kits, gather shelter materials, and harvest wild edibles.

Water Purification: Purifying water primitively can be very time consuming. A good water filtering bottle or pump filter can save lots of energy, providing one of the most important survival needs - clean drinking water.

Wool Blanket: Even the best natural shelters can be quite cold. A simple wool blanket can add enough extra warmth to make the difference between being too cold to sleep versus getting a good night's rest. It also insulates when wet.

The remainder of the top ten items for wilderness survival kits include:

Lighter: A lighter can allow you to start fire efficiently. A good fire allows you to purify water, cook food, and warm a shelter.

Matches: Matches provide a back-up to your lighter. Lighters can malfunction or run out of fuel. Its prudent to carry more than one fire-making tool.

Compass: Even with excellent aidless navigation skills, an overcast or foggy day can make orienting extremely difficult. A compass can point you in the right direction.

First Aid Supplies: Injuries are common in the backcountry, and without treatment small wounds can become very debilitating. Always carry first aid supplies.

Flashlight: In a survival situation, night often falls before you've completed a shelter and collected enough firewood. A flashlight helps you wrap up those last important details and can signal for help.

Small Mess Kit Bowl: A metal bowl can be used to collect and purify water, as well as cook wild edibles. It also makes for a handy container to hold the smaller items in your outdoor survival kit.

Parachute Cord: Parachute cord can be used as part of a bow-drill friction fire-making kit, and can also help in shelter construction and a variety of other needs.

This list comes from much smarter people than I.

Comment by Kim B on April 10, 2012 at 9:10am

As to water containers, when I buy the arizona green tea in the thick plastic containers I have been saving those up to hold water in.  Don't know if that's a good idea, but it's one idea that I have been doing.  You also can keep an eye on the local auctions for cheap camping supplies as you can get good things for very, very cheap at an auction (examine goods before bidding).  Wal-mart used to have the 5 gallon water holders for cheap but I think they raised their prices on those recently.

Comment by Kim B on April 10, 2012 at 9:04am

I don't know what your beliefs are, Jennifer, but according to visionaries all one needs to do if you not able to stock up on food, etc is to pray and that you will be provided when hard times come.  Now, there are things you can stock up on that are very cheap such as rice, ramen noodles, etc.  I also think there is a discussion here somewhere on this site on what one can do when there is little money.  The economy also has me in a pinch on stocking up but at least I have stored up on seeds (so far I have the land to grow food) and I have saved bunches of noodles and do have one can (yes just one can) of mountain house dehydrated food.  If prophecy says what one has will be multiplied when tshtf, then I am hoping and praying this is true.  With all the prophecies (and channeled messages) I have read it sounds like there will be help of some sort (after tshtf).  

Comment by Jennifer Knight on April 10, 2012 at 6:12am
how am i supposed to prepare for such things? Im sure im not the only thinking this same thing. I live on a very limited income from being disabled i can hardly make it through the month payn my bills and having food to eat the last few days of the month.
Comment by Keith H on April 9, 2012 at 10:05pm

Jim, been thinking about one of those for the past few days as tender for the wind generator and solar panel batteries.

Comment by Jim Balister on April 9, 2012 at 6:26pm

Alex, I have a solar battery charger which will be usefull. 


Comment by Nathan C. Pence on April 9, 2012 at 6:06pm

Being prepared is not a bad thing as I am as prepared as many people. As far as the Sun's cylces on the 11 year turn. What seems strange to me is the fact that there was no big publicity about it 11 years ago as it is today. I am sticking with what the acients have to say, something is inbound in my opinion.


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