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How to Turn Your Android or iPhone Smartphone Into A Satellite Phone

How to Turn Your Android or iPhone Smartphone Into A Satellite Phone

🕔00:00, 5.Apr 2018

By William Fieldhouse To maximize your chances of survival in a crisis you need to be able to keep in touch with others. That lets you share knowledge, ask for help when you need it, and keep each other informed

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9 Places to Scavenge After SHTF

9 Places to Scavenge After SHTF

🕔05:49, 3.Apr 2018

There are many phases in a total collapse of society. In the earliest stages you will find that people are simply trying to figure it all out. In this phase people will likely still be civil with one another. There

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Are you a Community Member or a Lone Wolf Survivalist?

Are you a Community Member or a Lone Wolf Survivalist?

🕔07:44, 2.Apr 2018

Prepping is for people with an independent streak. That’s pretty obvious; if you’re happy to depend on others to keep you safe and give you life’s necessities – and especially if you’re happy to depend on the government to do

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Common Tactical Knife Myths that Can get You Killed

Common Tactical Knife Myths that Can get You Killed

🕔09:42, 29.Mar 2018

The knife is one of those weapons that draws a lot of bull crap to it. There is a lot of hocus pocus and hoopla focused around a weapon that’s tens of thousands of years old. In reality, a tactical

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72 Types Of Americans That Are Considered “Potential Terrorists” In Official Government Documents

72 Types Of Americans That Are Considered “Potential Terrorists” In Official Government Documents

🕔13:37, 27.Mar 2018

By Michael Snyder Are you a conservative, a libertarian, a Christian or a gun owner?  Are you opposed to abortion, globalism, Communism, illegal immigration, the United Nations or the New World Order?  Do you believe in conspiracy theories, do you

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25 Powerless Appliances for Your Homestead Kitchen

25 Powerless Appliances for Your Homestead Kitchen

🕔07:34, 27.Mar 2018

This article was written by Jordan Charbonneau and first appeared on Homestead Survival Site. Kitchens are the hub of the home. They’re nearly always busy and so much of the daily chores are done there. From cleaning vegetables and eggs, to

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8 Items You Need To Bring if You Need To Leave In 10 Minutes

8 Items You Need To Bring if You Need To Leave In 10 Minutes

🕔07:19, 26.Mar 2018

Leaving home in a hurry is something most preppers have given some thought to. Your house might be well prepared to let you ride out any crisis, but what if it’s too dangerous to stay in it? That’s why most

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How To Make Calcium Supplements from Eggshells

How To Make Calcium Supplements from Eggshells

🕔00:00, 23.Mar 2018

Many of us were brought up to eat eggs reasonably carefully, making sure that we didn’t accidentally eat a piece of shell. In fact, as long as it’s small enough to go down safely, it probably would do more good

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If You See These 6 Signs It’s Time to Bugout

If You See These 6 Signs It’s Time to Bugout

🕔07:11, 22.Mar 2018

The Bag. The Location. The overwhelming distance between the two. The bugout plays a huge role in prepper lore. For many people the bugout seems to be the answer to all our problems. If things get crazy and we gotta

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Pioneer Foods We’ll Be Eating A Lot After SHTF

Pioneer Foods We’ll Be Eating A Lot After SHTF

🕔09:23, 20.Mar 2018

Once upon a time, heading on down to the grocery store to fill the pantry whenever you needed to was not an option. Pioneers who traveled west in pursuit of religious freedom and a better life in the early days

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My 5 Worst Fears for 2018

My 5 Worst Fears for 2018

🕔04:55, 19.Mar 2018

A new year is, traditionally, something we look forward to with optimism. It stretches in front of us filled with possibilities, opportunities, new roads to explore. That’s why we celebrate on December 31, and make resolutions on how to improve

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The Long-Forgotten Cheesecloth

The Long-Forgotten Cheesecloth

🕔09:01, 16.Mar 2018

The original purpose of cheesecloth was, as you may have guessed from the name, cheese making. It was used to separate liquids and solids in the cheesemaking process. Its flexibility and fine weave allowed for the liquid to be pressed

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Straw-bale Bug Out House: How One Of Our Readers Did It

Straw-bale Bug Out House: How One Of Our Readers Did It

🕔07:47, 15.Mar 2018

I’ve lived in standard stick-built homes most of my life – as, no doubt, have most of you. I still do, when I’m stateside. But, back in the 90s I heard about strawbale houses, and since then I’ve always wanted

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No Gas, No Electricity… How To Cook Indoors Without Smoke

No Gas, No Electricity… How To Cook Indoors Without Smoke

🕔09:01, 13.Mar 2018

In a survival situation there are dozens of ways to cook outdoors without power.  Solar ovens, clay ovens and open fire cooking are just a few; there are many more.  But what happens when the grid is down and you

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How Much Land Do You Need to Be Self-Sufficient?

How Much Land Do You Need to Be Self-Sufficient?

🕔08:44, 12.Mar 2018

My grandparents were mostly self-sufficient on a small two-acre farm. They had a milk cow, raised a beef cow each year, had chickens, pigs, and a large garden. They traded for many items, sold some produce, and purchased a little

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