Have You Ever Imagined Your Life After Armageddon ? How Will You Stay Alive? How To Create An “End Of The World” Survival Kit

Surviving Armageddon

Have You Ever Imagined Your Life After Armageddon ? How Will You Stay Alive? How To Create An “End Of The World” Survival Kit

The world’s armies are preparing for an armageddon scale war. Not like anything we’ve ever seen in global history. Every nation of significance is drilling their troops for battle. The drills are the largest scale ever conducted by those militaries..
In the United States, the Jade Helm 15 exercise is poised to break all known records as Special Forces deploy to occupy 10 American States.
In Europe, NATO is conducting the largest ever military drills in world history. Tens of thousands of troops are preparing for war.
For the first time, In the Mediterranean Sea Chinese and Russian Naval vessels are conducting live fire war games.
Earthquakes are rocking remote corners of the world leaving behind thousands of casualties. The earthquake in Nepal was so devastating that the highest mountain in the world, Mount Everest, shrunk by 1 inch.
In The Midwestern United States. From Missouri to Michigan rare quakes rock cities and rural areas signaling the New Madrid Fault Line is under great stress.
Christians are being beheaded as enemies of Christ broadcast their murders for the whole world to see.
These are the beginnings of sorrows. Mark 13:8
And he causeth all… to receive a mark in their right hand: and that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark…
Bankers are making the case to abolish cash as States are outlawing personal cash transactions.
People both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond are willingly chipping themselves so they can buy and sell with bitcoins.
And there followed another angel, saying, Babylon is fallen, is fallen, that great city, because she made all nations drink of the wine of the wrath of her fornication. Revelation 14:8
America is intervening in the affairs of nations under the guise of spreading freedom around the globe. Have the nations had enough to drink of her wrath? Is America the great Whore of Babylon soon to be destroyed?
And as ye have heard that antichrist shall come, even now are there many antichrists; whereby we know that it is the last time.
Some say the Anti-Christ walks among us today. And quietly, behind the scenes, he is amassing his power, as he awaits to be anointed upon the throne of David.

Could you survive after  armageddon ? Would you be able to sustain your loved ones when all hell brakes loose?In this video, I will unearth a long-forgotten secret that helped our ancestors survive famines, wars, economic crises, diseases, droughts, and anything else life threw at them… a secret that will help you do the same for your loved ones when America crumbles into the ground.I’m also going to share with you three old lessons that will ensure your children will be well fed when others are rummaging through garbage bins. Click here to learn all about the 3 skills that will help you thrive in any crises situation.

The Pocket Kit

CONTAINER:
BCB Bushcraft Mini Mess Tin

FIRE:
Light My Fire Mini Firesteel
Beeswax Candle
Bic Mini Lighter
Ultimate Survival Wetfire Tinder
Best Glide Fresnel Lens

TOOLS:
ESEE AH-1 Arrowhead
Small sharpening stone
Leatherman Squirt P4
Steamlight Nano Light
Shelby P38 Can Opener
Uncle Bill’s Sliver Gripper Tweezers
Nite Eze S-Biner #2
Krazy Glue Single Use Tube
Arm Ropes Braided Nylon Cord
4 Mini Zip Ties
1 Small Ranger Band
5 Ft Gorrilla Brand Duct Tape
2 Ft Reynolds Heavy Duty Aluminum Foil

SIGNALING:
Adventure Medical Kits Mini Rescue Flash Mirror
Fisher Space Pen
4 Sheets Rite-in-the-Rain Paper
20mm Compact Tracker Survial Compass
Fox 40 Micro Whistle

FIRST AID:
3 Large Fabric Band Aids
Neosporin Packet
Travel Package of Advil
Durex Condom
2 Katadyn Water Purification Tablets
1 Alcohol Swab
Ben’s Wipes Insect Repellent

FISHING/SEWING KIT:
Bobbin 8lb Monofilament Fishing Line
Bobbin Green Army Sewing Thred
1 BDU Button
2 sizes Sewing Needles
2 sizes Safety Pins
Cabin Creek Baits Pop-Eye Lure
1 #12 Baitholder Snell
3 #10 Eagle Claw Baitholder Hooks
3 #8 Eagle Claw Baitholder Hooks
7 1/32oz Round Split Shot Weights
3 #12 Eagle Claw Barrell Swivels

DONT”T BE A VICTIM 

CLICK TO SURVIVE

The earth is preparing for the great event.
Are you prepared?
Fear not.
When ye shall see all these things, know that it is near, even at the doors. Matthew 24:33
And it shall come to pass, that whosoever shall call on the name of the Lord shall be saved.

 

Backpack

– Your backpack should be lightweight, waterproof, and comfortable to wear over long distances (SFSG, 27). It should be rugged and of decent enough capacity to hold everything you you intend on carrying. I highly recommend a pack that has external webbing (PALS) or is otherwise MOLLE compliant, allowing you to attach your gear to the outside when prudent. Check out this Maxpedition Condor II pack.

If you find yourself in an emergency situation with gear to carry, try creating a horseshoe pack.

Flashlight

Compass – A compass is a no brainer and a vital tool, make sure to select one of decent quality. A lensatic compass will allow you to plot more detailed courses when used in conjunction with… (SFSG, 234)

Maps – The more you know about the area, the better. When disaster strikes, you may have to flee the area and you may have to travel far. You’ll be best served by having a few maps, some of your immediate area, and some of nearby areas (ie a Southwest USA map, a Central USA Map and an Eastern USA map). Store them in waterproof ziploc bags.

A Medical Kit – Many stores will sell put together kits that can be assimilated into your bag. They should include latex gloves, tweezers, plenty of bandages, pain killers, anti-diarrheals, sutures, needles, and antiseptics. Check out the Hunter Kit by Adventure Medical Kits.

Knives – A knife is an extremely important survival tool. A proper, quality survival knife can aide in hunting, wood gathering, cooking, and defense. The sturdiest knives are fixed blade models with a full tang. Straight edges are easier to maintain in the field than serrated ones, so get either a partially or non-serrated blade. You should also keep at least one back-up knife, which can be a folding knife, in case something happens to your primary knife. (SFSG, 25) Check out our review of survival knives by Gerber.

A Multitool – It’s just freaking useful to have.

Crowbar – When most people think survival, they think the woods, but it’s not as though cities will disappear. A crowbar is your key to urban survival, and in a pinch, can be used as a climbing apparatus with the right rope.

Hatchet – Whether you need to make fire, traps, or shelter, gathering wood comes into play. You’ll find a hatchet, though heavier and larger, is more durable than a pocket saw and makes gathering decent sized bits of wood a breeze. (SFSG, 70, 98, 116)

Firearm – This is the end of the world we’re talking about. Ideally you’ll already be versed in firearms (if not, seek out some training) and own two: a pistol for self protection and a long arm for further defense and food gathering. If you can only have one weapon, a pump action shotgun is reliable and accepts a wide variety of rounds, giving you options from taking down small or large birds, small game like rabbits, or larger mammals like deer, coyotes, and whatever else lives in you area. For more on the best weapons for self-defense, check out this Primer article.

Ammunition – A gun is useless without bullets. Unfortunately, ammo is heavy so you won’t be carrying an armory with you, but 50-100 rounds of pistol ammunition and as much shotgun ammunition (of varying shot loads) as you can comfortably fit/carry is recommended.

Collapsible Shovel – Compact and useful for digging fire pits, shelters, and can even be used as a frying pan if cleaned.

Water Purification – The most compact purification system are iodine tablets, though if you think you’ll be traveling with a group (roommates, friends, family), you may want to consider carrying a water purification jug and filter. This comes in especially handy in long term survival, where you may establish base camp for days or weeks. When necessary, water can also by purified.

Water Storage – Lugging around a 40lb jug isn’t entirely feasible, so in between camp locations, you’ll need a canteen.

Sleeping Bag

Collapsible Tent – Carrying a collapsible tent prevents you from having to create new shelter every night. With modern materials, you can find lightweight tents that fit four and fold down into a 24x6x6 area, which can easily be attached to the exterior of your bag. If you don’t want to carry a tent, you can try making one of these.

Fire – You should have many ways of starting a fire. A couple packs of strike anywhere matches, a five-pack of Bic lighters, and a magnesium block and striker will keep you business for a very long time. You can get a government issue striker for about $6.

Cotton balls or, ahem, tampons, make great fire starting material.

Climbing Rope – You can never have enough rope. Climbing rope is rated to handle both heavy weights and shock forces. Combined with climbing carabiners (not those junky keychain ones), 50-100 feet of rope can come in very handy when navigating tricky areas. I keep a length of rope that has a knot and carabiner already attached to one end.

General Purpose Rope – Great for pending shelters, making rafts, dragging and lifting game, creating traps, and many more things, you’ll want to have plenty of non-climbing rope (not rated for shock) for general uses. Paracord is popular, strong, and relatively inexpensive.

Knot Tying Guide – You can either learn a ton of knots or pick up a small plastic card set that tells you how to tie a bunch of different knots. It’s not the first thing that pops into your mind when you think survival.

Socks/Underwear – Unfortunately you’re probably going to be stuck wearing the same clothes, day in, day out, but having dry clothing reserves is a smart idea to prevent infections, especially in the feet and groin.

Food – While you won’t be able to live out of your pack, it is wise to keep some long lasting, energy dense food in your pack to help get you through lean times. Dried pinto beans just need to be boiled, while tinned meats can be eaten straight away. Nuts, chocolate, and peanut butter are also calorie dense for energy and many can be doubled as bait for animals if necessary.

TLW

Appropriate Clothing – This depends on where you are and where you’re heading, but even in the heat, you’ll want lightweight layers that can protect your skin from exposure, keep you warm at night, but not be sweltering during the day.

Bandannas – Wrapped over the head they protect from the sun, over the mouth they protect from dust, or soaked in water they can keep you cool. Also capable of serving as bandages and bindings. Or signaling which marauding tribe you’ve joined. (Just kidding.)

Gloves – In cold climates you’ll want gloves to keep your hands warm, though in all climates a pair of leather working gloves can protect your hands and fingers from cuts and splinters while chopping wood.

Waterproofing – With either garbage bags or a tarp, you can create a waterproof pack or impromptu shelter. Garbage bags are wise to have regardless of whether or not you’ve decided to pack a tent.

Radio – A hand crank radio for tuning into emergency stations is a great idea and a multiple band CB hand held may enable you to make contact with others nearby. Or, if you think you’ll be part of a group, radios for several members can make hunting and traveling safer and easier.

A Survival Book – Let’s be honest, unless you spend a great deal of time training and studying to build fires, shelters, and snares, you’re not going to remember any of it when disaster strikes. Buy a decent survival guide that fits in your pack, or hey, try to win one here.

I’m sure many people will tell you many different things about survival packs. What not to have, what to have, this is too heavy, that’s not necessary, etc. When it comes right down to it, it’s better to have more stuff rather than not enough. After all, if you master building a lean-to shelter, you could ditch the tent, or trade it for something else you need.

This is a pretty extensive kit, but if you think something’s missing, pack it. If you think it’s too heavy, ditch something. Customize the kit to your own body and geographic location. But you can’t go too wrong with the stuff listed above. Good luck – but I hope you’ll never need it.”(source)

 

Books can be your best pre-collapse investment.

 

The Lost Ways (Learn the long forgotten secrets that helped our forefathers survive famines,wars,economic crisis and anything else life threw at them)

Survival MD (Best Post Collapse First Aid Survival Guide Ever)

Conquering the coming collapse (Financial advice and preparedness )

Liberty Generator (Build and make your own energy source)

Backyard Liberty (Easy and cheap DIY Aquaponic system to grow your organic and living food bank)

Bullet Proof Home (A Prepper’s Guide in Safeguarding a Home )

Family Self Defense (Best Self Defense Strategies For You And Your Family)

 Survive Any Crisis (Best  Items To Hoard For A Long Term Crisis)

Survive The End Days (Biggest Cover Up Of Our President)

Drought USA (Discover The Amazing Device That Turns Air Into Water)

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