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  1. Despite what anyone tells you, mankind sucks at predicting the future. If you live in a country with thousands of nuclear weapons pointed at it, owning a gas mask makes sense, but only after you have taken care of more basic needs. View the full article
  2. One of the main focus points in the prepping community has been the risk of an EMP, specifically from North Korea. While we have had our eyes on their missile program, we have missed what could be an even greater threat to our grid. View the full article
  3. Curing a stomach ache can be tricky because of the unknown reasons causing it. It is rooted in a wide range of reasons varying from menstrual cramps, indigestion, gastritis, to irregular bowel movement, and gallbladder pain. View the full article
  4. Our modern day lives are a multifaceted compendium of exponentially evolving technology, social media, and even convenience food ingredients. These daily parts of our lives are changing every aspect of our lives so rapidly. View the full article
  5. You must take time now to learn what plants around you are nutritious and safe. Otherwise you will be at a disadvantage when disaster strikes, and you can’t buy produce at the local store. View the full article
  6. Shuriken were created as self defense weapons, used by ninjas in retreat, and the mold was big nails or small knives. The typical shuriken looks like an asteroid with four arms, a design that it's called the Flat plate type. View the full article
  7. Feng Shui controls the atmosphere of a space, creates a more positive environment and controls the good fortune of those around us. It can be used to enhance the energy of your home and garden to correct any negative energy. View the full article
  8. From plumbing to managing wounds or resolving boredom issues, these iconic items parents teach their kids vary from home to home and from family to family and have already withstood the test of time and experience. View the full article
  9. A lot of preppers from our community have sent us e-mails asking for advice on what is the best survival gear they can acquire, and we considered the topic to be of major importance for everyone! View the full article
  10. Machetes are crude cutting machines and are well known as horrible and deadly killing devices, so learning how to use them for self defense is a good idea for these troubling times. View the full article
  11. Here in the USA, if you kill someone in self-defense and it can be proven to be an act of self-defense, then you will avoid any punishment, although you may still need to go to court to prove your innocence. View the full article
  12. Not long ago I picked up a copy of The Lost Book of Remedies by Claude Davis, and it’s a decision I’ll never regret. The first few days were spent reading it from cover to cover, always finding something interesting. View the full article
  13. The initial aim of security precautions is deterrence, should deterrence fail, security measures serve to slow criminals and detect them, giving homeowners time and information they need to respond effectively to the threat. View the full article
  14. Even when you are a novice, just following those 5 useful tips and you would be able to enjoy a flourishing garden after a few years as long as you have a careful plan to choose the right plants and give the soil a healthy boost. View the full article
  15. When you invite your friends, it gets them involved in the most important thing everyone can do next to voting: actually taking part, investigating, and following up on what your leaders are doing. View the full article
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