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Survival and Prepping – The Doomsday Skill Manual (e-Book)

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Why should anyone prepare for “doomsday?”
The concept of “doomsday preparation” often creates images of batty individuals doing strange things because they think the world is about to end.

With shows like “Doomsday Preppers” on TV, it’s not hard to see why there is a general consensus that anyone who is preparing for the “end of the world” must be at least partly off his rocker.
However, the undeniable truth remains that natural disasters and manmade catastrophes can strike at any time, with zero warning.

When someone discovers my “doomsday habits” they often laugh because I have been putting so much effort into this preoccupation of mine for the past 10 years or so.

I personally believe that a titanic natural disaster is looming in the horizon, not because of global warming (well, that’s a contributing factor) but because Mother Nature will be Mother Nature.
Natural disasters are simply cyclical events in nature that occur because the “ingredients” of these events have always been available.

These natural events are not going away any time soon!

And this e-book can help you prepare you and your family, offering a much higher chance of survival than those who ignore the inevitable.

Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction ............................................................................... 3
Chapter 2: Family Emergency Plan ........................................................... 8
Creating Emergency Plans ..................................................................... 9
Chapter 3: Essential Survival Kit ............................................................. 14
Components of a Good Survival Kit ................................................... 18
Chapter 4: Survival Skills 101................................................................... 21
Finding/Creating Shelter ..................................................................... 22
Finding Food ........................................................................................... 24
Producing Drinking Water ................................................................... 26

 

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