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Surviving the earth changes and the pending pole shift Discussions - Earth Changes and the Pole Shift





Updated: 2018-04-23T00:25:31Z

 



This Little Iron Fish May Be The Solution To The World’s Anemia Problem

2015-11-16T15:50:40.983Z

Canadian inventor Dr Christopher Charles hopes that the Lucky Iron Fish will help eliminate iron deficiency in the world.…

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Canadian inventor Dr Christopher Charles hopes that the Lucky Iron Fish will help eliminate iron deficiency in the world.

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http://pulptastic.com/little-iron-fish-may-solution-worlds-anemia-problem/




Hydration & Communication - Australia

2012-02-29T07:07:50.414Z

My thoughts are that water is going to be a very valuable resource, and also in great need after the shift.

The issue is how to carry it.  Personally I have several Camelbak back packs, these I use when mowing the lawn and general jobs around the house outside.  I am trialing what works and what does not.

The several bags that I am trialling I will keep the ones that work for me and give away to survivors after the shift the ones that "just do the job".  I think it is important…

My thoughts are that water is going to be a very valuable resource, and also in great need after the shift.

The issue is how to carry it.  Personally I have several Camelbak back packs, these I use when mowing the lawn and general jobs around the house outside.  I am trialing what works and what does not.

The several bags that I am trialling I will keep the ones that work for me and give away to survivors after the shift the ones that "just do the job".  I think it is important for each person to have their own in your group, as it is just not practical having to carry around a bottle of water, you need hands free.

Little kids 4 years + should have a bag with just a bladder, (and you can only put a litre in it if they are finding the going getting tough), and adults can have the larger bags with large 3 litre bladders.(image)

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The website in the photos are the local Australian stockist or you can find them at your local adventure store.  The Camo bag for kids, and the bigger black bag for adults.  There is a very large range and even if you do make a mistake, you can always pass them onto survivors later.

We have set ours up with radios, and often go for a walk with our ("rescue" as my 5 yr son calls it), packs on.  Simply field testing the equipment now.  Don't forget to get spare parts you may need before the shops shut - forever!

Communication

UHF 2 way radios, with 12V chargers.  I am showing what we have purchased and am open to any and all suggestions.  This particular set was chosen as it has an external ear piece, and the ability to plug in ear phones, to make the entire unit "stealth", not giving away your position, if hunting or in a situation where you don't want to draw attention to yourself and your community.

These models have a 77 channel capability, which is more than the standard out there at the moment.

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5 Watts of power give these a good range, and should last a full day without a recharge.  Handy also is a UHF or better radio scanner, as it could let you know who is in your local area.




Determine food allergies before you stock up on foods!

2011-07-30T00:51:49.859Z

I recently learned I have food allergies. I had no idea. There are foods that I ate every day which were making me sick, and yet I had no idea. I did an "elimination diet". This is basically a diet that is hypoallergenic, nothing that anyone was ever allergic too. Then after two weeks you can introduce other foods back into your diet but only once every three days. The three days is very important, because some reactions don't occur for three days after you eat the food. I found many…

I recently learned I have food allergies. I had no idea. There are foods that I ate every day which were making me sick, and yet I had no idea. I did an "elimination diet". This is basically a diet that is hypoallergenic, nothing that anyone was ever allergic too. Then after two weeks you can introduce other foods back into your diet but only once every three days. The three days is very important, because some reactions don't occur for three days after you eat the food. I found many allergies, and I have changed my diet and my health has improved a great deal.

 

For a healhty solution to food storage, you may want to determine if you have any hidden allergies to foods that you eat. Make sure the food you have stored will bring you optimum health, there may be enough enough stress elsewhere in your life, don't let it be in your diet as well.

 

Here is a link to a web page that describes the elimination diet, they may suggest that you buy their materials, but you really don't need to. This is a general description of the diet. It takes two weeks.

 

http://www.eliminationdietrd.com/Home_Page.html

 

This is a link to the diet I followed. I like plans that tell me specific things to eat, it makes it easier for me to plan.

 

http://www.clearvite.info/nutrition.htm

 

I did use the clearvite product, but you can do the diet without that. If you are curious about the ingredients, you can use your own herbs or supplements. Here is the ingredients.

 

http://www.naturalhealthyconcepts.com/clearvite-sf.html?gclid=CKeVtsTqp6oCFYoP2godQTx8XA

 

I read in a book by Dr. Kharrazian that roughly 80% of the population is sensitive to gluten. I have a Cherokee friend who feels that this is because the wheat has been genetically modified. I do not know, but I do not eat gluten any more. If you are sensitive to gluten, and do not know it, you may be storing foods that will make you sick, if they have gluten in them. But you may have other sensitivities, and it is a good idea to find out before you store a large supply of something that will be useless to you.




Refrigeration without electricity

2011-06-13T09:36:09.204Z

Here are some really good ideas for refrigeration and easy to set up for use without power.

I was especially interested in the charcoal evaporative refrigerator used by early settlers

http://www.mixph.com/2008/04/evaporative-cooling-electric-free-refrigerators.html

Here are some really good ideas for refrigeration and easy to set up for use without power.

I was especially interested in the charcoal evaporative refrigerator used by early settlers

http://www.mixph.com/2008/04/evaporative-cooling-electric-free-refrigerators.html



Pita: recipe for homemade pita (Armenian/Georgian “Lavash”)

2011-04-18T15:37:25.068Z

Variant 1:



The most simple ingredients and cooking tools - hands and a frying pan. The result had been better than pita shops. It costs about a dollar for 3 pieces, I will have it all happened 10 times cheaper.



Ingredients:



Flour as one wills

Salt ½ teaspoon

Water ½ cup

Eggs 1



Preparation:

Beat an egg in a small container and add the salt, mix well.

Add water, stir with a fork and pour into a bowl with 2 cups of flour.

Stir,…

Variant 1:

The most simple ingredients and cooking tools - hands and a frying pan. The result had been better than pita shops. It costs about a dollar for 3 pieces, I will have it all happened 10 times cheaper.

Ingredients:

Flour as one wills
Salt ½ teaspoon
Water ½ cup
Eggs 1

Preparation:
Beat an egg in a small container and add the salt, mix well.
Add water, stir with a fork and pour into a bowl with 2 cups of flour.
Stir, add more flour so that dough is similar as that for dumplings.
Cover the dough and let it stand for half an hour.
Cut pieces from the dough and mold them into shape of chicken eggs.
Scatter the table with flour, put the dough bun and roll it very thin.
The pita bread can be baken in a dry frying pan for 1-2 minutes each side or in the oven.
After baking or roasting, put hot pita bread in the polyethylene bag and hold for 5-7 minutes.
Must be stored in a package, because the dough quickly hardens.

 


Variant 2:

... So, pita bread at home.
Although it is not that big but the taste is absolutely the same.

1 cup of water
3 cups of flour
1 teaspoon of salt
(You can add 1 egg)

Knead the “tough” dough (it will probably require up to 3.5 -4 cups of flour)
Roll flapjacks about 25 cm in diameter,
Heat the pan (should be the same size in diameter - 25 cm)
Bake the flapjacks WITHOUT oil, on both sides - each side has to be kept on the pan for brief time span - about 30 seconds - roughly the same as pancakes.


PS: it was practiced in 1991-1992, when there was no electricity and there was a stove in every house.

 




What apprenticeship/ job training would be most suited for Aftertime?

2010-08-24T18:07:08.785Z

For all, who want to take up a new apprenticeship/ job training, in regard of the pending poleshift, I think the question arises, what apprenticeship/ job training would be most suited for Aftertime? This question probably arises especially for all, who are in a transition between finishing school and searching for a profession.

The text http://www.zetatalk.com/index/blog0322.htm points the direction, which profession seems to be… For all, who want to take up a new apprenticeship/ job training, in regard of the pending poleshift, I think the question arises, what apprenticeship/ job training would be most suited for Aftertime? This question probably arises especially for all, who are in a transition between finishing school and searching for a profession.

The text http://www.zetatalk.com/index/blog0322.htm points the direction, which profession seems to be useful:

"Per the Oashpe, the STO communities after the pole shift will have no need of managers, salesmen, lawyers, accountants, stock brokers, bankers, or soldiers.
But those in all other professions and trades will find a nitch.

Book of Jehovih's Kingdom on Earth
3. How say ye, then, shall we appoint groups this day?
4. Thereupon, different persons spake, and the sum of their wisdom was that there should be:
5. A group of architects;
6. A group of clothiers;
7. A group of dietitians;
8. A group of engineers;
9. A group of manufacturers;
10. A group of horticulturists;
11. A group of agriculturists;
12. A group of botanists;
13. A group of nurses;
14. A group of physicians;
15. A group of artists;
16. A group of musicians."

And legend says, Jesus Christ had been a carpenter.



How to survive?

2010-08-22T18:39:25.777Z

Ray Mears has produced, in my view, great survival videos. Findable for instance in youtube. You can find his TV Series by searching for:
1. "Exreme Survival"
2. "Bushcraft"
3. "Country Tracks"

For instance:
How to build a squirrel trap? How to do hobo fishing?

FROM… Ray Mears has produced, in my view, great survival videos. Findable for instance in youtube. You can find his TV Series by searching for:
1. "Exreme Survival"
2. "Bushcraft"
3. "Country Tracks"

For instance:
How to build a squirrel trap? How to do hobo fishing?

FROM


http://m.youtube.com/index?desktop_uri=%2F&gl=DE#/watch?client=mv-google&xl=xl_tsp&xl=xl_tsp&v=SuOjOPqkfxk



What will survival look like in reality in Aftertime altogether?

2010-08-18T00:21:37.136Z

Its just a movie script, but what Nancy has build up here, seems to be most valuable for survival overview:

http://www.zetatalk.com/survival.htm Its just a movie script, but what Nancy has build up here, seems to be most valuable for survival overview:

http://www.zetatalk.com/survival.htm



Blackouts in Chile

2010-08-01T23:36:13.665Z

There have been series of power outages for the last month in Chile. About a week ago there was a blackout that affected 6 regions of the country, included Santiago, the capital city. Authorities are annoyed  at these events and have demanded for an investigation. This investigation will  take 2 months before they give a report on what
really happened. At the moment nobody gives an explanation on these
abnormally frequent blackouts.… There have been series of power outages for the last month in Chile. About a week ago there was a blackout that affected 6 regions of the country, included Santiago, the capital city. Authorities are annoyed  at these events and have demanded for an investigation. This investigation will  take 2 months before they give a report on what
really happened. At the moment nobody gives an explanation on these
abnormally frequent blackouts.

whttp://www.santiagotimes.cl/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=19446:chile-to-overhaul-electrical-







Stevia instead of sugar

2010-07-28T20:08:06.499Z

I don't know if this topic has been discussed before, but I've found that STEVIA  is a natural sweetener that can be used instead of sugar. Besides, it's a very useful herb to prevent lots of illnesses. The plants can be grown in any climate and you can use the leaves to sweeten your tea, coffee, etc. There is a lot of information in internet, but I give you a link to start with.…

I don't know if this topic has been discussed before, but I've found that STEVIA  is a natural sweetener that can be used instead of sugar. Besides, it's a very useful herb to prevent lots of illnesses. The plants can be grown in any climate and you can use the leaves to sweeten your tea, coffee, etc. There is a lot of information in internet, but I give you a link to start with.

http://www.theherbalinsider.com/archives/80

 

I've just bought some plants. They are very small so I have them under roof meanwhile, since we have very nasty weather here in the south of Chile at this time. I hope this tip is useful for you.