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PostPosted: Mon Mar 15, 2010 8:51 am    Post subject: Survival info, radiation (signs of), detox  Reply with quote

     

God is Jehovah Jirah - our Provider!

SURVIVAL Information and Links


Start a garden.  NOW.  Starting seeds indoors now is far cheaper than sets or plants outside later.
Some veggies can be planted outside in the fall.
Buy canning supplies.  These links have information you need.

SURVIVAL - What to Buy, Where, Why
http://www.survivalblog.com
http://survivalseedbank.com
http://www.thegoldenreport.com/specialinterest.asp

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http://www.seedsavers.org
http://www.chuckbaldwinlive.com/c2009/cbarchive_20091215.html

ONWARD!  STAND!  OVERCOME!  ENDURE!
http://youtube.com/watch?v=mG78M7g9wRo

Question    Will the Shemitah curse fall September 13, 2015
America, China, Russia and the world standing at the Gate of Hell
DAYS  to go til we know.  I'm NOT predicting, just WATCHING.
Some claim the biblical tribulation may begin this fall.
http://cj.myfreeforum.org/about5291.html

HARBINGER  WARNINGS - Isaiah 9 prophecy
When GOD destroys USA, you cant say He didnt WARN us!
http://cj.myfreeforum.org/about2307.html


NUCLEAR ATTACK on AMERICA foreseen
When the people start to fight against their govt, thats when Russia and China will attack
Visions of Duduman, Henry Gruver, AA Allen all dovetail
http://cj.myfreeforum.org/about708.html


     
DAILY NEWS with prophetic analysis    
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PostPosted: Fri May 28, 2010 8:21 pm    Post subject: Small Survival Groups Reply with quote

Is there anybody in Oregon who is interested in starting a small survival group?
we have been working on this alone for the last couple of years but it has become apparent to us that we need to band together with other like minded Christians who know what is really going on.
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PostPosted: Sat May 29, 2010 4:57 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The MOST IMPORTANT way to prepare is spiritually.
Read your bible!


Have you googled for survivalists?   or  organic seed companies.
Here is a webpage of Chuck Baldwin
http://chuckbaldwinlive.com/home/?p=1108

Unplugged Christians living off the grid in Summer Lake, Oregon, May 28, 2010  CNN
http://www.cnn.com/2010/US/05/27/...tians.unplugged/index.html?hpt=C1

Holly Deyo prepare website
Stan and Holly Deyo
http://standeyo.com/Our_Books/DTP.html
http://standeyo.com/Our_Books/GG.html
http://standeyo.com

SURVIVAL - What to Buy, Where, Why
Buy Heirloom seeds
http://survivalblog.com
http://thegoldenreport.net/?s=survival

Food, Control and the growing Police State
http://cj.myfreeforum.org/about2188.html

Zombie Apocalypse
http://cj.myfreeforum.org/about3820.html

SURVIVAL Information and Links
Start a garden.  NOW.  Starting seeds indoors now is far cheaper than sets or plants outside later.
Buy canning supplies.  These links have information you need.
SURVIVAL - What to Buy, Where, Why
http://www.survivalblog.com
http://survivalseedbank.com
http://www.thegoldenreport.com/specialinterest.asp

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http://www.seedsavers.org

FAMINE is coming
http://cj.myfreeforum.org/about3324.html
http://cj.myfreeforum.org/about3402.html

GM, GMO, geneticly modified, foods
http://cj.myfreeforum.org/about3324.html


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PostPosted: Sat May 29, 2010 11:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Just have your bible with you 24/7, and pray without ceasing.

I believe God will provide for his own when the going gets tough. Very Happy
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 18, 2010 5:13 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

QUAKE OFF OREGON
Nov 17, 2010  
The day Oregon emergency management officials began media outreach on an earthquake preparedness effort, a temblor shook homes in the Portland area.
Tuesday’s quake was only magnitude 4.2 and centered near Morton, Washington, but it underscored the fact that Oregon, like Washington and California, is vulnerable.  Prolonged shaking is murder on the infrastructure - highways and bridges, water and gas lines and the electrical and telecommunications systems.

State and county officials want people to be prepared when quakes do more than rattle a few windows. They’re organizing the Great Oregon Shakeout drill Jan. 26.

Back in 1700 an earthquake estimated at magnitude 8.7 to 9.2 obliterated villages along the Pacific coast and sent a tsunami across the ocean to Japan when the Cascadia subduction zone ruptured.
The Cascadia fault spans 600 miles from British Columbia to Northern California, said James Roddey, spokesman for the state Department of Geology and Mineral Industries.

When faced with unexpected emergencies, people may react irrationally, while those who have practiced are more likely to remember the drill.
She wants residents thinking about preparedness, making sure loose bookcases are attached to walls, and that they have emergency supplies on hand.
http://www.registerguard.com/csp/...county-earthquake-quake-drill.csp


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 15, 2011 8:39 am    Post subject: 19 Foods to Naturally Detox Radiation Reply with quote

19 Foods to Naturally Detox Radiation  

When disaster strikes, many rush out and buy the saving grace without exactly knowing its proper use or why they are buying it.
We often don’t think of something like radiation exposure until there is a looming threat.
But, there are steps we can take all along to minimize and reverse damage from the many forms of radiation we encounter everyday.

The following are some simple food choices that can help your body combat radiation exposure on a regular basis.
Some of them aid your body in sweeping out toxins, while others are nutrient-dense in vital minerals.
If you’d rather not memorize or print the list, then strive to add more raw, living  foods and dark leafy vegetables to your routine, but there are even more useful choices below. You can also go to a website like All Recipes and type some of the ingredients. The site will create a recipe that contains those ingredients.

With radioactive isotopes detected in rainwater in Minnesota and other states, some people are looking into iodine supplements
and other ways to protect the long-term health of their families.

While there are a lot of drawbacks to using iodine, there are plenty of foods that naturally protect our bodies from radiation.

Here’s 19 of the best

  1. Brown rice
  2. Seaweed
  3. Kelp
  4. Miso
  5. Pumpkin
  6. Spirulina
  7. Bee pollen
  8. Wheat grass
  9. Rosemary
 10. Blue-green algae
 11. Beets
 12. Garlic
 13. Ginger
 14. Alfalfa sprouts
 15. Broccoli
 16. Onions
 17. Olive oil
 18. Leafy greens
 19. Apples and other sources of pectin


These foods protect the body from radiation in different ways. For instance, brown rice is high in fiber and phosphorous, which help remove harmful toxins from the body.  
Sea vegetables contain a polysaccharide that binds to radioactive strontium to help eliminate it from the body, as well as being high in natural iodine.  
Pectin has also been shown to bind to radioactive residues, and Cysteine (in onions) binds with and deactivates radioactive isotopes.  
Alfalfa sprouts and greens are high in chlorophyll, which has been shown to help protect against radiation damage, as well.
Keep in mind that you should aim for organic and be aware of the sources.
For example, fresh sprouted alfalfa sprouts from your windowsill are preferable to those shipped from thousands of miles away (and possibly doused with those isotopes).
http://healthfreedoms.org/2011/04...oods-to-naturally-detox-radiation
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 17, 2011 3:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

100 Things You Should Store for Emergencies
#1  a BIBLE


As more Earth events occur these days - earthquakes, floods, tornadoes, droughts and extreme heat -
it is always good to be prepared for the challenges natural disasters can create.
The following items are things everyone should have stored for any emergency.
They come in handy for almost anything; especially when you least expect it.

1. Generators
2. Water filters/purifiers
3. Portable toilets
4. Water
5. Lamp oil, wicks, lamps
6. Coleman fuel
7. Matches
8. Hand-cranked can openers
9. Honey/syrups/raw sugar
10. Rice, beans, flour
11. Cooking oil
12. Charcoal, lighter fluid
13. Garbage bags
14. Seasoned firewood
15. Clean water containers
16. Propane cylinders
17. Baby supplies: diapers/formula, ointments, baby aspirin
18. Washboard, mop bucket w/wringer
19. Cook stoves (wood, propane, Coleman or kerosene)
20. Vitamins - three month supply
21. Feminine hygiene/hair care/skin products
22. Thermal underwear
23. Aluminum foil
24. Gasoline and extra containers
25. Guns, ammunition, Pepper spray
26. Toilet Paper, Kleenex, paper and cloth towels
27. Milk - powdered or condensed
28. Garden seeds
29. Canned tuna fish
30. Fire Extinguishers or large box of Baking Soda
31. First aid kits
32. Hydrogen peroxide and rubbing alcohol
33. Batteries (all sizes) and keep refrigerated
34. Vinegar and baking supplies
35. Dog and cat food
36. Bleach - lots of bottles
37. Writing paper and pencils
38. Solar calculators
39. Insulated ice chests
40. Boots
41. Flashlights and torches
42. Key wind-up clocks
43. Solar watch and clock
44. Rope and duct tape
45. Cast iron cookware
46. Fishing supplies
47. Mosquito coils/repellent/sprays
48. Tarps
49. Candles
50. Laundry detergent
51. Backpacks
52. Garden tools
53. Scissors, fabrics and sewing supplies
54. Canned foods and canning supplies
55. Bicycles
56. Board Games, playing cards
57. Sturdy mouse traps
58. Paper plates and utensils
59. Baby wipes
60. Rain gear
61. Shaving supplies
62. Toothpaste and extra toothbrushes
63. Hand pumps and siphons
64. Reading glasses
65. Sun glasses
66. Woolen clothing - gloves and scarves
67. Popcorn kernels, peanut butter, nuts
68. Lumber
69. Garden hoses
70. Wagons and carts
71. Cots and sleeping bags
72. Coffee and tea
73. Cigarettes
74. Wine/Liquors
75. Paraffin wax
76. Glue, nails, nuts, bolts, screws
77. Hats
78. Cotton Neckerchiefs
79. Address book
80. Books and magazines
81. Bow saws, axes, hatchets, utility knives
82. Slingshot
83. Rain barrels
84. Binoculars
85. Telescope
86. Crank weather radio
87. Dust masks
88. Electrical extension cords
89. Long sleeved, white shirts
90. Raw steel wool and 9-volt batteries to start a fire
91. Bath soap
92. Long garden hoses
93. Three-month prescription supplies; keep in refrigerator
94. French Green Clay
95. Salt (salt and sugar combine as electrolytes)
96. Aspirin
97. Arnica Montana
98. Maps
99. Screen repair materials
100. Ladder


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 18, 2011 6:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Enemies Of Food Storage
Temperature
Moisture
Oxygen
Light
Pests
Time

As you will see, each of these factors is interrelated in such a way that there is a domino effect with all of the tiles falling upon each other and ultimately affecting your stored items in a cumulative fashion. Let’s briefly address each one so that this becomes clear.

Temperature:  The optimal temperature for food storage is between 40 and 70 degrees Fahrenheit.  And within that range, the lower the better.  To give you an idea of why a cooler temperature is best, think about this:  the storage life of most food products is cut in half for every increase of 10 degrees Fahrenheit.

The second factor when it comes to temperature is consistency.  So if you have a location where the temperature is 40 degrees one day and 70 the next, there is going to be some loss in quality and shelf life.  Let me put this another way.  If you have stored your food in a garage where the temperature fluctuates between summer and winter, the shelf life will be based upon the highest temperature not the lowest.

Moisture:  The ideal level of humidity for your stored food is 15% or less.  I live in Washington State where the humidity is typically 60% or 70% or more.  The way around the humidity and moisture issue is proper packaging. And with packaging, there are lots of choices including Mylar bags, food-grade buckets with or without gamma seals, vacuum seal bags (such as the FoodSaver), Mason or canning jars and more.

What you decide to use will dictate how much light your food is exposed to (remember those dominoes?)

Oxygen: The presence of oxygen allows bacteria, microorganisms and pests to thrive and survive in your food.  In addition, many nutrients oxidize in an oxygen-rich environment. Fortunately, the use of oxygen absorbers can suck out the oxygen in your food containers, leaving only product and nitrogen (which is not harmful).

Light:  The easiest way to explain how light affects your stored food is to equate light to energy.  When the energy of light zaps your food, it transfers some of that energy to the food itself, degrading its nutritional value, taste and appearance,  This is especially true when it comes to the fat soluble vitamins such as Vitamins A, D and E.

Pests:  Pests are another problem.  Moisture and humidity provide a breeding ground for bugs and larvae of all types.  In some climates (mine) mice are a problem.  It is important to be aware of the pests that are particular to your geographical climate, and, further, that you set a barrier between your food and the critters.  In addition to a physical barrier, the use of oxygen absorbers or diatomaceous earth will eliminate the oxygen (air) that most pests need to survive.

Time:  The final enemy is time.  And while there are many items that have an extended shelf life of 20 or 30 years, unless they are properly packaged and stored, the optimal shelf life will be considerably less.  If you really do desire products with a 30-year shelf life, I suggest you look at some of the commercially packaged alternatives at Emergency Essentials, ReadyMade Resources, The Ready Store and others.

That said, once you get the hang of things, it is pretty easy to package up the bulk items yourself, and there are plenty of tools and tips for doing so all over the Internet and YouTube, plus of course, at Backdoor Survival.
http://beforeitsnews.com/story/17..._Six_Enemies_Of_Food_Storage.html


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 25, 2014 10:52 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Survival Tips from the Trenches
To remove fish bones from your throat gargle with concentrated lemon juice.  The citric acid will dissolve the bones as they are made of calcium.

Soft water is not good to drink or cook with.
Drinking hard water is good for your health.
Watch this website daily.
http://www.nonaiswa.org/wordpress/survival-tips-from-the-trenches

Govt plots against Americans
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