With current events revolving around the "Populist Movement" such as Brexit, and the Trump presidential election, globalists are ratcheting up there rhetoric. Why is that, what is so great about the "New World Order"?
Lets break it down a bit, in Revelations, it mentions that the second coming will be as a thief in the night, yet we are given warning signs. Time and again these warning signs have arisen then subsided. How is it that we keep getting so close? Satan and his minions…Continue
Added by Hawkeye on January 29, 2017 at 10:35am — No Comments
Commercially available portable solar water heaters are rare. I did get my hands on a Sun Rocket Solar Water Heater and Thermos, and ran it through some evaluations. So here are the specs, it holds approximately one quart of liquid, and heats it up inside a…Continue
Added by Hawkeye on October 27, 2013 at 12:00pm — No Comments
The Practical Guide To Being Independent and Prepared
Throughout the history of man, there have been changes and upheaval that have broken down societal structures. During these times some died, some survived, and yet others were able to rebuild and prosper. By taking a closer look at history, it can be observed that those who prospered in dark times were the ones who had the least dependence upon social services or constraints. Their ability to function…Continue
I am compiling a book which addresses many phases of preparedness, and becoming more independent through planning and awareness of the local risks.
The theme of the book is to go from surviving the crisis, to rebuilding and homesteading.
I am posting the first section which addresses the basic items and philosophy of getting through the early stages of a crisis here as a PDF for peer review and critique.
The next section of the book will be describing how to use many…Continue
Added by Hawkeye on October 11, 2013 at 10:28am — No Comments
Every survival situation will require tools, the oldest and most versatile of tools is the edged weapon or blade. What type of blade/s to have are often a matter of great debate. So here's my thought on the matter.
You should maintain three cutting blades as a minimum, the first being a locking foldable knife which can be operated with a single hand. When closed it should fit mostly inside the closed hand. This blade will serve many purposes, closed it provides a weight and solid…Continue
Added by Hawkeye on June 30, 2013 at 2:20pm — No Comments
Of the three primary environments the city would have to be in my opinion the most challenging. You will have little access to natural resources, the population density will ensure the rampant spread of disease and hostile encounters. Infestations of many types of insect, vermin and animals will also compound the problems you will face with water and food stores.
If you live in a city you will need multiple plans, the get out of Dodge plan. The let the storm pass and get out of Dodge…Continue
Added by Hawkeye on June 25, 2013 at 11:19am — No Comments
We will simplify the planning process by breaking down to three survival environments: 1) Inner city. Here you have little or no natural resources, city services provide most or all of the basic needs such as water, sanitation, and the energy sources used to cook and heat. The local population density is high, meaning resource competition will be high. 2) Urban. This would be neighborhoods removed from the city yards and some degree of natural foliage. Most basic services are provided by…Continue
Added by Hawkeye on June 24, 2013 at 9:00am — No Comments
Hey thanks for the input T Roy, I've seen these and they appear to be quite robust. There a couple of You Tube videos showing them in use. Through this blog I will be showing and or explaining many different options for various survival and sustenance tools and techniques. Suggestions and comments are always welcome, the goal is to get folks thinking and doing.
Added by Hawkeye on June 24, 2013 at 8:49am — No Comments
Surplus ammo can with lid
JB Weld 2 kits
1 qt paint can
1 gallon pint can (or two 1 qt paint cans stacked for smaller combustion chamber)
a drill (or a hammer and mail) to make starter holes.
vermiculite found in gardening section of lowes
sheet metal from lowes or cut from scrap
self tapping screws, or pop rivets
tape measure and a pencil
In this day of urbanization, anything which interrupts the daily services can have devastating effects. Do you know your vulnerabilities? Do you know what to keep on hand? Do you know how long you might need to quarantine yourself and loved ones?
We all live in an area prone to some type of natural disaster, there is no safe place on earth. Due to high population densities, we are all at risk for epidemic or pandemic exposure. The proliferation of prepper shows has created some overly…Continue
Added by Hawkeye on June 23, 2013 at 8:38am — No Comments