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Essential Survival Secrets Beyond The Obvious

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Essential Survival Secrets Beyond The Obvious Image source: triphobo Just buying and stockpiling food and gear is not enough to ensure that you’ll survive during a natural or man-made disaster. In fact, the greatest threat for the regular Joe Survivalist is not represented by economic collapse of predator drones, but his own hutzpah, i.e. an…

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EXPERIMENTS THE GOVERNMENT CONDUCTED

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The U.S. Government has been caught conducting an insane amount of vile, inhumane and horrific experiments on humans without their consent and often without their knowledge. So in light of recent news of the U.S. infecting Guatemalans with STDs, here are the 13 most evil, for lack of a better word, cases of human-testing as conducted by…

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DOES THE FBI HAVE A FILE ON YOU?

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After watching the Obama Gestapo sweep in and arrest Kim Davis for refusing to issue a same sex marriage license, Obama’s lawless reign marches on. The message sent was clear: Warning: Re-Education For “Uncooperative Citizens” Has Started. In that post I completely debunk the “myth” that the Supreme Court’s decision somehow legalized gay marriage. I…

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Three scientists investigating melting Arctic ice may have been assassinated, professor claims

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Cambridge Professor Peter Wadhams suspects the deaths of the three scientists were more than just an ‘extraordinary’ coincidence Professor Peter Wadhams (top left) believes fellow scientists (top right clockwise) Seymour Laxon, Tim Boyd and Katherine Giles may have been assasinated By Robert Mendick, Chief Reporter 12:56PM BST 25 Jul 2015 A Cambridge Professor has made…

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Chronicles from the Future: A True Story Kept Hidden by the Masons now Revealed

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    Chronicles from the Future: A True Story Kept Hidden by the Masons now Revealed
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    Chronicles from the Future tells a remarkable story about a bizarre and incredible event experienced by Paul Amadeus Dienach, the author, who lived during the beginning of the previous century in central Europe. Dienach claims that during his one-year comatose state, brought about by a serious illness, his consciousness travelled to the future in a different body and stayed there for the entire duration of his coma.  Although this sounds impossible and indeed fanciful, Dienach’s written account was taken very seriously by the Freemasons, who kept his book as a closely guarded secret.
    There are many books containing prophecies and visions of future occurrences, however, none come close to the strange circumstances that happened to Dienach nearly a century ago. Only a select few have ever had the privilege of reading Dienach’s detailed chronicle of events as just a small number of copies were printed and published in Greece.
    But now, for the first time, people have the opportunity to read Dienach’s incredible story and hear his revelations about the future and the next evolutionary step for humanity.
    Exclusively on Ancient Origins, in cooperation with the editor of the first English version of Chronicles from the Future, Achilleas Syrigos will present pages from Paul Dienach’s Diary in sequence on Ancient Origins, so stay tuned! The book will be published in a few months.
    Who is the writer of the book?
    Paul Amadeus Dienach writing illustration
    Paul Amadeus Dienach, was a professor of German language studies. He was not a writer nor did he ever plan to write a book. Rather, Chronicles from the Future is his published diary containing a detailed description of his experiences.
    Dienach suffered from a rare type of Encephalitis lethargica (‘sleep sickness’), and in 1921, he fell into a coma and remained that way for a whole year in a hospital of Geneva.
    What was his experience?
    When Dienach awoke from his coma, he recorded in his diary that he had been awake and aware the entire time, but not in the year nor the place in which his body lay.  Dienach reported that his consciousness travelled into the body of another man, Andrew Northam, in the year 3906 AD.
    According to Dienach, individuals in the year 3906 AD realized that a different consciousness had entered the body of Andrew Northam, and so they showed him and explained to him everything about their era, as well as exactly what had occurred from the 21st century up until their present year, showing the path that humanity had followed.
    Dienach reported that a new species of human being, named Homo Occidantalis Novus, will follow today’s Homo sapiens, and in his memoires he traces the steps, both good and bad, that will take place over the millennia.
    Dienach never mentioned his account to anyone at the time for fear of being thought crazy and exposing himself to ridicule, both in his career and personal life.
    How did his personal diary come to be published?
    Paul Dienach at the hospital - Illustration
    At the age of 36, with fragile health and after recovering from his coma, Dienach decided to go to Greece in the Autumn of 1922 with the goal of improving his health, because of the mild climate, and also to teach German to university students.  One of his students was George Papahatzis, who later became the Vice President of the National Board of Greece, founding member of the Greek Philosophical Society and one of the reformers of Administrative Law in Greece, as well as a high rank member of a number of secret societies, including the Freemasons.
    Two years later, seeing his health become worse and knowing that his death was imminent, Dienach decided to go to Italy. But before he left, he entrusted his loyal student, Papahatzis, with a briefcase full of notes, telling him that if he wanted to read them in the future, it would help him with his German. He said goodbye to his young friend and left. He died from tuberculosis in the first half of 1924.
    George Papahatzis translated the notes of Dienach gradually over a period of 14 years – from 1926 to 1940.   He was surprised by the notes that Dienach had left him.  He initially believed his teacher had written a novel in a very peculiar way.  But as he continued to read, he realized that what he was translating were Dienach’s memoires.
    The Second World War and the civil war that followed in Greece made Papahatzis cease translations of Dienach’s notes. But later on, from 1952 to 1966, Papahatzis tried to trace Dienach or Dienach’s relatives by travelling to Zurich on twelve separate occasions. He could not find any relatives or any trace of Dienach. So his conclusion was that Dienach (who fought during the First World War on the side of the Germans) had changed his name on his arrival to Greece, a country that had fought against the Germans in the war.
    Once translated, Papahatzis shared the notes only within a very closed Masonic circle involving members of the highest degree. The notes were circulated as information of upmost importance for the future of mankind, and among the Masons, Dienach was considered a prophet of modern times.
    The publishing efforts and the attack of the Church
    Up until 1972, the translated notes of Dienach were available within the close philosophical and masonic circles.  They believed that the information should not be made available to the masses, since it was controversial and many would not handle the information well. But George Papahatzis did not agree.
    In 1972, during the dictatorship in Greece, Papahatzis published the Pages of a Diary of Dienach and he came immediately under attack.  He lost his job, was accused as heretic by the Church, and copies of the book quickly disappeared. Only a few remained.
    Second edition of Paul Dienach's Diary
    Second edition of Paul Dienach’s diary
    Another attempt at publication was made in 1979, a period when Greece had transitioned to a Democracy following the overthrow of the Dictatorship.  However, again the books disappeared and it was hardly mentioned again, apart from the few that knew of its existence.
    Thirty years later and the book has never been outside of Greece, and almost everyone ignored its existence apart from Radamanthys Anastasakis, high ranking ex-member of many secret societies (and today teacher, author and publisher), who decided to publish the book on a small scale, exactly as it was previously written. The huge length of the book, in combination with the fact that it was published by a small publishing company that didn’t have the means to advertise it, meant that it became lost among the thousands of other books.
    Properly presented for the first time
    When Dienach’s memoires were first published, they were difficult to read, containing over 800 pages of rough notes. Dienach never intended his diary to be published as a book, and simply recorded what he could remember from his one year experience when he was in the coma, along with other memories from his past, making the essence of the story difficult to extract.
    Now for the first time, Dienach’s diary has been properly prepared and edited, presenting the key elements of his story in an easy-to-read format, along with stunning illustrations that bring to life the true essence of his experience.
    This book could be life-changing, because if what it says is true, Dienach will show you what the future holds for humanity …
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7 Foods You Should Never (Ever) Stockpile

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7 Foods You Should Never (Ever) Stockpile

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As we near the end of summer, you might have canning and long-term food storage on your mind. If you are building up your food supplies for an emergency situation, you want to make the most of your resources and your space.

However, it pays to be picky when it comes to what you store on your survival pantry shelves. In fact, there are some foods that you shouldn’t stockpile. Here is our top seven list of foods you never should stockpile:

Instead, look for sales on non-perishable items that you enjoy eating. It will make things a lot easier during an already stressful time for your family.

1. Flour. You can store all-purpose white flour at room temperature for only about six to eight months. After that period, flour can develop a particularly unpleasant smell, and flour weevils may hatch and grow. For better long-term storage, stock up on wheat instead of flour.

2. Brown rice. With its naturally high oil content, brown rice stays fresh for less than six months on your pantry shelf. For long-term storage, place white rice in airtight containers.

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Adding a few oxygen absorbers (small, food-safe packets that contain an iron powder) can help keep your white rice fresh.

3. Saltine crackers. If you have ever smelled saltines that have been stored for more than six months, you probably learned this lesson the hard way. Stale saltines can create quite a stench. Rotate through your saltines every few months and store them in airtight containers with oxygen absorbers for best results.

4. Breakfast cereal. For best taste, store cereals in airtight containers and rotate through them every six to eight months. A better – and usually healthier — long-term choice is to store rolled oats in your survival pantry. You can prepare hot breakfast cereal as well as other dishes with rolled oats, and when stored in dark airtight containers with oxygen absorbers, they can last for years.

5. Brown sugar. Brown sugar does not spoil easily, but it does get rock hard. Instead of storing brown sugar, store white sugar and molasses. Then you can create your own fresh brown sugar by combining one tablespoon of molasses with one cup of white sugar.

6. Canned tomato products. Canned tomato sauce, tomato paste and tomatoes tend to leak, bulge or separate along a seam during long-term storage. Be sure to rotate through your tomato products regularly to avoid this problem.

7. Foods you don’t normally eat. This sounds like a no-brainer, but many people are seduced by sale prices on canned and packaged goods. It doesn’t matter if you got a rock-bottom price on all those cans of spinach. If you and your family don’t eat canned spinach on a regular basis, you probably won’t want to eat it in an emergency, either. You will have wasted money and precious storage space.

As a general rule, it is best not to store your food items in their original store packaging. For long-term storage, transfer your goods to airtight containers. That way, they will be better protected from humidity, rodents and insects.

It is a good idea to do a monthly stockpile review. Check for expiration dates and inspect containers for any signs of damage from moisture, temperature, insects or rodents. Keeping your stockpile in a good, ready-to-eat state will save you valuable storage space and will help you make sure you have what you need if and when you need it.

What would you add to this list? Share your ideas in the section below:

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Prepping Mistakes You Should Avoid

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Prepping Mistakes You Should Avoid

Prepper's Will - Prepping mistakes you should avoid There are many times when people wish they were more careful and better prepared for a situation. How many times you said to yourself “Oh! I wish I haven’t done that..” or “Oh well, it’s too late now, let’s check what we can salvage”. Preparing for something means you’ll have the resources available to get you past any difficult situation and you should avoid making mistakes. Some of the prepping mistakes described in this article are being made without even realizing it.

You’ve always wanted to learn more about the prepping world and you are eager to improve your survival skills, but making prepping mistakes is inevitable. It’s not the end of the world and you can always learn from your prepping mistakes.

While you should be concerned about the government, the economy, and natural disasters, you should also be concerned about how you are prepping, if you have everything you need and if it’s possible that you’ve made some prepping mistakes without knowing it.

Here are the prepping mistakes most of us make, without even realizing it:
Being a loud mouth is not wise

Keep it secret because nobody needs to know about your supplies, your guns and your prepping methods. Some preppers will not shut about it and I can’t understand them. They will tell their friends, the media and social networks like it’s the biggest achievement of their life. Some preppers will talk with everyone else around them about what they are doing, what they have stored and what they plan to do if S hits the fan. The problem with this should be obvious. If something will happen, people will be herding to your home, demanding you to give up everything you’ve worked so hard for and bragged so easy about. Maybe you should keep it safe by not saying a word to anyone and becoming a lone wolf. Even your closest friends can turn on you when the times are harsh. Although I understand the need of acceptance and the need to be part of a community, being a loud mouth is one of the biggest prepping mistakes you can make. There are other ways to find trust-worthy people that have the same interests as you. You have to play it smart and you have to keep most of it to yourself.

Related reading: Seeking friend for the end of the world (how to find preppers in your community)
Stranger Danger

You should not trust strangers, especially in an emergency situation. I don’t think I’m the only one that has noticed about our society becoming less and less friendly and about the race war the media is promoting. The harsh reality is that trust-worthy people are very hard to find these days and it’s a dog eat dog world out there. During an emergency, there will always be someone that wants to be let in, or ask you to help them. Helping a stranger during an emergency can turn into an ugly situation and this is one of the prepping mistakes you should avoid. You can politely decline or ignore them altogether. During a disaster, you should assume that everyone is out to get you. You have to play it smart and keep it to yourself until the situation passes. Of course that there will always be those “friendly freeloaders” you know, friends or family, and you won’t be able to look the other way. I’m not going to tell you how to deal with them because I’m in no position of doing that. Only you know what is best for you and for them. Maybe this is one of the prepping mistakes you have to make in the end…

Store it safe

You should think about how you store your supplies and more importantly where do you store your supplies. One of the most encountered prepping mistakes is to have all your supplies in an area that is easily accessible. The last thing you want is for someone to come over and see what you have. You should always put your supplies in an area where few people will go, such as your basement, attic or any other place known only by you. However, this is not all and from what I’ve talked with other preppers, most of them don’t have a Plan B for their supplies. Making prepping mistakes is also about not having a safe net when it comes to your supplies. In my articles I’ve written about a method I’ve invented, a method that will save your supplies. I’m talking about the “pantry decoy method” or how to have a few items out in the open or “not hidden very well”, while the rest of your supplies are well stashed. This will trick any home invaders and if you put up a good show, they will be convinced they’ve got all your supplies. Many readers told me about how they started to use this method as a plan B for their supplies. Maybe you should do the same if you want to keep your provisions safe. You should avoid making prepping mistakes when it comes to your supplies.

Related reading: How to keep your pantry safe.
Don’t stop prepping

If you have a well-equipped pantry, if you have enough guns and ammo, and if overall you have enough supplies, you will think that you’re prepared enough and you will stop doing it or pay less attention to it. This is something that happens to all of us and it happens because we get that comfort feeling that we’ve done everything we can and we are good to go. Wrong! There’s always room for improvement and there’s always something you can do. You can build a generator, buy some more food invest in a piece of land for a bug out location, etc. You can even improve your home so that it can withstand an attack, strengthen your fence or build a panic room. No matter how much you think you’re ready, you’re probably not. There are many prepping mistakes you can do, but becoming numb and comfortable about your prepping actions should be avoided.

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Bermuda Triangle: Ship Reappears 90 Years After Going Missing?

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Bermuda Triangle: Ship Reappears 90 Years After Going Missing? (Photos) Speculation regarding if this story is real or not according to some Facebook comments. If someone sends in a forensics team let me know. Havana| The Cuban Coast Guard announced this morning, that they had intercepted an unmanned ship heading for the island, which is presumed to…

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