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If a pole shift occurs?

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posted on Dec, 4 2007 @ 04:40 PM
reply to post by Obsurion

Lol, I did the Google Earth thing to. I think the safest place is at high altitude, preferably a high plain above atleast 2 km. There will be earthquakes and vulcanic eruptions, so you wouldn't want to be in a cave or on a mountain top, during those. On the other hand, you might need shelter in a cave if the magnetic field breaks up. Avoid fault lines and volcanic areas.
In the end, no place will be safe, but you can eliminate some of the dangers by picking a good spot.
Like I said earlier, I have no proof for my claims, so make of it what you will.

[edit on 4-12-2007 by enigmania]

posted on Dec, 4 2007 @ 10:50 PM
reply to post by enigmania

I was just wondering if you had thought about the logistics
or not and it appears as though you have for your plan
I too have a safe place that I would like to get to along with all the goodies
ham radios solar power and the like most of the equipment I already own
just need to get to my location. If anything should stand in my way I have a backup plan for getting out on foot if it is at all possible several plans actually

Also don't forget about seeds (for veggies) and such I just purchased a couple of trash bags worth of little seed packets when they went on end of season clearance.. less than 40 bucks

anyway best of luck


posted on Dec, 5 2007 @ 05:28 AM
reply to post by geocom

Jeah, I've thought about seeds to. Make sure you've got biological ones, and not the genetically enhanced ones that farmers use, they won't provide seeds for the next generation.

Peace out, and best of luck to you to!

[edit on 5-12-2007 by enigmania]

posted on Dec, 5 2007 @ 09:11 PM
It's nice to prepare, but survival is a matter of will and skill with a dose of ingenuity. I'm gonna steal all your survival gear! (Just kidding) Seriously though, I'm not going to find myself attached to my "safe place," or bogged down with stuff that I'll procure from the environment as needed. Get a good book on survival skills and head for the hills when the time comes.

It's pretty certain that the time will come. There is plenty of evidence to suggest that the axis of the Earth shifted rapidly at some point in the last 50,000 years or so. There is the physical evidence such as the tropical mammoths of Siberia and whatever they have found so far in Antarctica that proves it was not always frozen. Then we have the plethora of cultural references to a time of great cataclysm. Historical anomalies of technology such as ancient flying machines, batteries, light bulbs, etc. Then we have mythological references to places like Atlantis. I genuinely believe that Antarctica may be Atlantis. There is even genetic evidence now. Sometime between 10-50 thousand years ago (I can't remember the exact figure) the human species was reduced to a population of less than a thousand individuals. Yes, the survivors.

These survivors have been the "chosen ones" ever since. To this day they manipulate the course of civilization to ensure their survival again. You can bet that these elites know where to run when it all goes down, and have the technology to survive it. The rest of us have just been renting all along.

posted on Dec, 7 2007 @ 09:48 AM
reply to post by jackinthebox

I agree with your post one hundred percent. I take all of my new toys that I get into the field and test them not just to use them but to get an idea of how things work as more likely than not you will not be at home but out and about doing the things we all have to do on a daily basis

The number one thing that I never leave behind is my copy of the Pocket REF
it has a nearly unlimited amount of data that you can reference in a time of need and as you said Knowledge and will power will win over everything you could carry and the Pocket Ref in my opinion is one heck of a lot of information to help you get by..

at any rate didn't want to leave that out..


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