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Solutions to Get Local and Empower the Saints for Long-term Survival.. Insights for Christianity Today: FDR #99

Solutions to Get Local and Empower the Saints for Long-term Survival.. Insights for Christianity Today: FDR #99

Round Robin of ideas for Christians to Survive on a Local Level..

We discuss some solutions like Christian Coup as an alternative to health insurance (note, it’s not insurance but rather a coup-pay system network with fellow Christians. Why is there a war on wood stoves. We cover many really cool food independence ideas. I’m not a financial planner (you seek advice) but I’m looking to put a portion of IRA in real gold. My experience with the IRA transfer has been a bit rocky (lack of consistent follow-up) but I’m hoping it finishes well. We discuss ways to feed yourself and different ideas. Support your local pawn shop for it is a financial local system. Becoming a producer with local products like saw mills and learn to master hemp products.

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  1. Community Building: Connect with like-minded individuals who share similar values and concerns. Join local community groups, attend meetings, or participate in events that focus on self-sufficiency, sustainability, or alternative lifestyles. Online platforms and social media can also help you find and connect with communities that align with your interests.
  2. Skill Development: Invest time and effort in learning practical skills that can contribute to self-sufficiency. This can include gardening, food preservation, carpentry, sewing, or other crafts. Attend workshops, take courses, or seek mentorship from individuals experienced in these areas.
  3. Bartering and Trading: Explore local bartering networks or online platforms that facilitate barter exchanges. These networks allow individuals to trade goods or services without the need for currency. It’s important to establish clear agreements and maintain good communication with other participants.
  4. Local Markets and Community Supported Agriculture (CSA): Support local farmers and producers by shopping at farmers’ markets or joining a CSA program. CSA initiatives often involve subscribing to a local farm and receiving regular shares of produce. This helps promote local agriculture and provides access to fresh, sustainable food.
  5. DIY and Self-Production: Embrace do-it-yourself (DIY) projects and self-production. This can involve growing your own food, making homemade products, or engaging in small-scale manufacturing. Develop skills to produce items you need, reducing dependence on external sources.
  6. Knowledge Sharing: Actively participate in knowledge-sharing communities. Attend workshops, contribute to online forums, or organize skill-sharing sessions where individuals can teach and learn from one another.

Food Freedom is key – Permaculture is Key

I took a permaculture class and was told the entire world could be feed with the State of Missouri via Permaculture.   It is a great way to hide your food in plain site.

What is Permaculture

Permaculture is a design system and philosophy that aims to create sustainable and regenerative human settlements and food production systems. Coined by Bill Mollison and David Holmgren in the 1970s, permaculture combines the words “permanent” and “agriculture” to emphasize its focus on long-term sustainability.

Permaculture is guided by three central ethics:

  1. Care for the Earth: Permaculture seeks to protect and restore the natural environment, recognizing the interconnectedness of all living beings and ecosystems.
  2. Care for People: Permaculture aims to ensure that human needs are met, promoting social justice, community building, and improving the quality of life for individuals and communities.
  3. Fair Share: Permaculture advocates for sharing resources and surpluses equitably to promote a just and sustainable society.

Key principles and practices of permaculture include:

  1. Observing and Interacting: Careful observation of natural systems and patterns helps inform design decisions, allowing for appropriate and efficient interaction with the environment.
  2. Designing with Nature: Permaculture mimics natural ecosystems, utilizing diverse and mutually beneficial relationships between plants, animals, and other elements to create productive and resilient systems.
  3. Use of Perennial Plants: Perennials, which come back year after year, are favored over annuals in permaculture systems as they require less maintenance and resources while providing long-term yields.
  4. Water Harvesting and Conservation: Techniques such as rainwater harvesting, swales (contour trenches), and the use of mulch help capture and retain water in the landscape, reducing reliance on external sources.
  5. Polyculture and Diversity: Planting a variety of species and fostering biodiversity enhances ecosystem health, resilience, and productivity.
  6. Waste Reduction and Recycling: Permaculture emphasizes minimizing waste and utilizing resources efficiently. Strategies like composting, vermicomposting, and recycling are employed to transform waste into valuable resources.
  7. Energy Efficiency: Permaculture encourages the use of renewable energy sources and designs that optimize energy efficiency, reducing reliance on fossil fuels.

Permaculture principles can be applied to various contexts, including food production, urban design, water management, and community development. It promotes self-reliance, resilience, and sustainable practices while fostering a deeper connection to the natural world.

Hand Pump for Grid Down – Water Bucket Sold on our Website to fetch water from a well

Primary water is a term used to describe a vast reservoir of water deep within the Earth’s mantle that is 3 times bigger than all the oceans. Primary water is created through a natural geological process and is not sourced from surface water, such as rain or rivers.  When H2 O come together, it forms water.

Supporters of the primary water demonstrate that deep geological forces generate water as a byproduct of the Earth’s internal processes. Water is continuously replenished and that it forms vast underground reservoirs that can be tapped into as a sustainable source of fresh water as evidenced by Libya that was greening the desert before NATO blew it up.

Northwestern university just found an underground ocean to prove this point.   The elite will enslave you via water via smart meters, nano tech (see VCAST in search water) and fluoride poisoning.  The world bank is investing behind turning your crap into water.   It’s not needed with primary water.

So don’t be fooled on false scarcity but be ready for a grid down to get your water.   The elite want you to think access to freshwater remains a critical global concern, and efforts are being made to manage and preserve existing water resources sustainably. This includes responsible water management, conservation practices, water recycling, and finding innovative solutions to address water scarcity.  The elite want to put a value on water to profit, make your sick and control you.

Must have for water security if the grid goes down – water bucket


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