Saturday, July 12, 2008

Survivalist Links

Appended below are some survivalist links that were recently sent to me. I have not had time to check them out, but I wanted to add them here for anybody who might be interested in them. Needless to say, if anyone discovers anything "unusual" or "noteworthy" amongst these links, please let us know. Thanks! Rob

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solar stills:

solar cookers:

solar food driers:

composting our crap:

making our own methane:

making our own woodgas:

pedal power!

Thursday, June 12, 2008

Slow-Motion Doomsday

Here is an excerpt from Chapter 1 ("Doomsday, Then & Now") from my 2004 book Planet X Nibiru : Slow-Motion Doomsday. To read the complete chapter, you can go to my website URL provided here, or better still, you can buy my book.

A few excerpts from the beginning of the chapter follow below. Rob


"Although the world has progressed from a barbaric state to civilization in the course of history, the 'savage sapiens' is today basically as primitive as in the distant past, covered only with layers of cultural and educational varnish." Darío Salas Sommer, Santiago de Chile, 1985.

Only within the past 100-150 years of human history (a mere short Nebran fortnight) have all of our great modern scientific and technological achievements been realized. We now have within our collective experience the ability to tackle any problem which we may face; if we were to unite as a world civilization, unfettered by regional turmoil (as, for example, the never-ending hatred and warfare in the Middle East), then there would be very little that we could not accomplish to benefit our world and improve our qualities of life. Nevertheless, most of us in today's world have fairly decent standards of living, even in the Gaza Strip. Unlike a century ago, most of the modern world now has running water, indoor plumbing and electricity. Television and cell phones are no longer considered "unusual" in any part of the world. We can travel from continent to continent in less than a day. We have a gleaming new high-tech International Space Station. And our very latest technological treasure is the Internet, which for most people did not exist even five years ago. We have achieved great things, and in general Mankind can be quite proud of our accomplishments. ...

And those of us who are fortunate enough to anticipate and then to witness these [forthcoming Doomsday] events can view them from both perspectives, from the advance scientific warning that will be announced via the news media to our current world civilization, as well as from the more slowly unfolding naked-eye sequence that would have been viewed by ancient peoples, particularly the priests. ...

In TIMAEUS, written about 400 BCE, or approximately 300 years following the final departure of the Planet X Nibiru in 687 BCE, Plato recorded a journey to Egypt by Solon, a Greek philosopher. The Egyptian priests related to Solon the story of Atlantis and its destruction. In connection with this story, an Egyptian priest had the following to say:

"There have been, and there will be again, many destructions of Mankind arising out of many causes. There is a story which even you Greeks have preserved that once upon a time, Phaëthon, the son of Helios, having yoked the steeds of his father's chariot, because he was not able to drive them in the path of his father, burnt up all that was upon the Earth, and was himself destroyed by a thunderbolt. Now this has the form of a myth, but really signifies a deviation from their courses of the bodies moving around the Earth and in the Heavens, and a great conflagration of things upon the Earth recurring at long intervals of time. When this conflagration happens, those who live upon the mountains and in dry and lofty places are more liable to destruction than those who dwell by rivers or on the seashore; and from this calamity the fact that we live on the low-lying land by the Nile, who is our never-failing saviour, saves and delivers us.

"When, on the other hand, the Gods purge the Earth with a deluge of water, amongst you herdsmen and shepherds on the mountains are the survivors, whereas those of you who live in cities are swept by the waters into the sea; but in this country neither at that time nor at any other does the water come from above on the fields, having always a tendency to come up from below [i.e., the sources of the Blue and White Niles -- RS], for which reason the things preserved here are said to be the oldest.

"The fact is that, wherever the extremity of winter frost or of summer sun does not prevent, the human race is always increasing at times, and at other times diminishing in numbers. ... As for those genealogies of yours which you have recounted to us, Solon, they are no better than the tales of children; for, in the first place, you remember one deluge only, whereas there were many before that; and, in the next place, you do not know that there dwelt in your land the fairest and noblest race of men which ever lived, of whom you and your whole city of Athens are but a seed or remnant. And this was unknown to you, because for many generations the survivors of that destruction died and made no sign.

"There was a time, Solon, before that great deluge of all, when the city which is now Athens was first in war, and pre-eminent for the excellence of her laws, and is said to have performed the noblest deeds, and to have had the fairest constitution of any of which tradition tells, under the face of Heaven." ...

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Welcome! Planet X Survival.

Welcome to my blog concerning the elements of human survival following the impending Crossover of Planet X Nibiru (also known as Nebra). This blog will allow comments from everyone, as long as people remain polite and considerate of others. All "flamers" will be banned. Enjoy the blog! To display the comments directly following the main blog message(s), click on the time in the "Posted By" line below the message(s), here being 4:31 PM.

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Regards, Rob Solarion, 11 June 2008