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    Quote Originally Posted by Toefoot View Post
    Absolutely, it takes years to get to one feels comfortable about the preps and lifestyle. And even then it is no guarantee. Things in life change, income, kids, property, ageing and the preps change with it.
    I agree the ability to adapt is ones most important asset




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    Ragnars Urban Survival by Ragnar Benson

    https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=...FBi1OX5uAGMiGw

    Raw Food Bible

    https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B6S...gxY2FjZGEyM2Vl

    The 10 bushcraft books

    https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B6S...E3NDE0ZDk5NTQz

    Flintknapping

    https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B6S...lmMWI5ZDM1NDMy

    Combat Guerrilla Survival Skills - The Bear went over the Mountain

    https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B6G...ZjZGUxNzQ5NDg5

    Handbook of the Chinese People's Liberation Army

    https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B6G...ZkOTA1MzFlNTQ3

    The cottage physician for individual and family use 1898

    http://www.prepperlinks.net/uploads/...1000051375.pdf

    Handbook For Practical Farmers

    http://graywolfsurvival.com/wp-conte...rmers_1920.pdf

    Library of Congress

    http://www.loc.gov/rr/mss/address.html

    Poor Mans James Bond Vol 1-3

    http://info.stylee32.net/PDF%20Libra...%20Vol%201.pdf

    http://info.stylee32.net/PDF%20Libra...%20Vol%202.pdf

    http://info.stylee32.net/PDF%20Libra...%20Vol%203.pdf

    Foxfire series 4 & 5

    http://api.viglink.com/api/click?for...13750318602847

    http://api.viglink.com/api/click?for...13750323226606

    Here is the pdf source for most Army FMs. Free to download:

    https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=...42080656,d.b2I

    USMC Manual Close Combat MCRP 3-02B:

    http://www.combatical.com/

    Henley's twentieth century formulas, recipes and processes. You might think...I do not need this but you do.

    http://archive.org/download/henleyst...00hiscrich.pdf

    On Guerrilla Warfare (Mao) Written by Mao in 1937, when Japanese imperialists occupied all of China, this book served as an instruction manual for guerrilla fighting, written based on more than a decade of personal experience by Mao. Based on the basic strategy and tactics of warfare as described by Sun-tzu, Mao stresses the importance of guerrilla warfare tactics in a revolutionary war, emphasizing that they must be combined in conjunction with conventional warfare tactics.

    http://www.shtfinfo.com/shtffiles/bo.../MOGW_1937.pdf

    The Jerky Chef (81 recipes)

    https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=...49784469,d.cGE

    Bucket stove:

    http://www.armageddononline.org/uplo...cket_Stove.pdf

    Poultry plans 1920....must have:

    http://www.armageddononline.org/uplo...sfor00torm.pdf

    Rocket Stove:

    http://www.armageddononline.org/uplo...cket_Stove.pdf

    Blacksmiths 1920:

    http://www.armageddononline.org/uplo...cksmithing.pdf

    Knots For Mountaineering, Camping, Climbing, Rescue.

    http://www.armageddononline.org/uplo...scue__et...pdf
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    Thanks so much for the Jerky Chef. I make jerky regular round here, with my dehydrator, yet am willing to try new recipes. Most people will starve within the first year of a total collapse of the system. Knowing how to grow food and store it is vital to making it through the winter months and early spring. For those who haven't been doing it they need to give it a try. It can be fun.

    On another note, thanks for posting the Guerrilla Warfare survival skills PDF's.




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    About the jerky, My son convinced me to marinate the meat in Buffalo hot wing sauce. 1 8 oz bottle with 1/2 cup of water. Placed it in the Fridge overnight and then dehydrated it. Man that stuff was some good jerky.

    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous View Post
    Thanks so much for the Jerky Chef. I make jerky regular round here, with my dehydrator, yet am willing to try new recipes. Most people will starve within the first year of a total collapse of the system. Knowing how to grow food and store it is vital to making it through the winter months and early spring. For those who haven't been doing it they need to give it a try. It can be fun.

    On another note, thanks for posting the Guerrilla Warfare survival skills PDF's.
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    It may help to know a couple languages. I have heard doing so can increase one's brain size,helps reduce memory loss.

    http://www.fsi-language-courses.org/Content.php

    http://www.openculture.com/




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    Quote Originally Posted by Toefoot View Post
    About the jerky, My son convinced me to marinate the meat in Buffalo hot wing sauce. 1 8 oz bottle with 1/2 cup of water. Placed it in the Fridge overnight and then dehydrated it. Man that stuff was some good jerky.
    Nothing like a good piece of jerky. Beats the hell outta store bought and you know what's in it. Nowadays, fresh is better than any store bought crap, same with these fast food restaurants. IMO, if you going to eat out, go to a decent restaurant otherwise I can throw together a nice sub, in about 2 minutes and give you a strip of jerky for later.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinnity View Post
    Remember everyone, if the net goes down, this is lost. Look it over and print what you need.
    http://www.popularresistance.org/cre...p-the-nsa-out/

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    A few years ago I posited a survival strategy that I called "the Village". It was based on the idea that our congregation would be at the core of the village, with church government functioning as the civil government. (Yes, I know, the libs will scream bloody murder over this "theocracy" but I would rather take orders from a Bishop than from the corrupt politicians who got us into this mess.)

    Our congregation, for example, has woodworkers, carpenters, electricians, chefs, hunters and fishermen, gardeners, and a few people who do now or have raised goats and rabbits. Some of us do more than one of these things. I have butchered my share of animals in the past, too.

    We would also construct a network similar to this one to disseminate information ranging from survival skills and trades to literature and Biblical studies. It's amazing how much information is available in the public domain.

    Some people would compare it to "socialism" but it's closer to the truth to compare it to a military unit, all working for our own survival as well as the survival of the group. To me, this would be closer to the NT church than anything the loony left could devise. I intend to learn as much as I can about herbal medicine, in addition to my other skills, just in case.

    I have often said that the key to the future is in the past.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend View Post
    A few years ago I posited a survival strategy that I called "the Village". It was based on the idea that our congregation would be at the core of the village, with church government functioning as the civil government. (Yes, I know, the libs will scream bloody murder over this "theocracy" but I would rather take orders from a Bishop than from the corrupt politicians who got us into this mess.)

    Our congregation, for example, has woodworkers, carpenters, electricians, chefs, hunters and fishermen, gardeners, and a few people who do now or have raised goats and rabbits. Some of us do more than one of these things. I have butchered my share of animals in the past, too.

    We would also construct a network similar to this one to disseminate information ranging from survival skills and trades to literature and Biblical studies. It's amazing how much information is available in the public domain.

    Some people would compare it to "socialism" but it's closer to the truth to compare it to a military unit, all working for our own survival as well as the survival of the group. To me, this would be closer to the NT church than anything the loony left could devise. I intend to learn as much as I can about herbal medicine, in addition to my other skills, just in case.

    I have often said that the key to the future is in the past.
    I just saw a thread about building a still. Alcohol is a pretty good disinfectant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend View Post
    A few years ago I posited a survival strategy that I called "the Village". It was based on the idea that our congregation would be at the core of the village, with church government functioning as the civil government. (Yes, I know, the libs will scream bloody murder over this "theocracy" but I would rather take orders from a Bishop than from the corrupt politicians who got us into this mess.)

    Our congregation, for example, has woodworkers, carpenters, electricians, chefs, hunters and fishermen, gardeners, and a few people who do now or have raised goats and rabbits. Some of us do more than one of these things. I have butchered my share of animals in the past, too.

    We would also construct a network similar to this one to disseminate information ranging from survival skills and trades to literature and Biblical studies. It's amazing how much information is available in the public domain.

    Some people would compare it to "socialism" but it's closer to the truth to compare it to a military unit, all working for our own survival as well as the survival of the group. To me, this would be closer to the NT church than anything the loony left could devise. I intend to learn as much as I can about herbal medicine, in addition to my other skills, just in case.

    I have often said that the key to the future is in the past.
    I wouldn't, I would much rather be my own boss. Groups always end up getting into shit that most individuals would walk away from. I got my 1.5 acres paid for, just leave me the hell alone and there won't be any problems.




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