We are now witnessing the countdown to apocalypse. And yes, I mean that both in terms of how we use the word ‘apocalypse’ today, and how that word was originally meant. In a terrifyingly short period of time, we will see the worst disaster to hit the world since the Great Flood. And, it will be a revelation. The challenge lies in avoiding the former, so that you can experience the latter.
The only way that you will avoid this cataclysm is by relocation. If an atomic bomb is going to explode, wisdom would suggest that you get as far from ground zero as possible. And, the US and Europe have ‘ground zero’ painted all over them.
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Relocation – Interview with John Wesley Rawles
Sometime during the next four years, America and Europe are going to be destroyed.
Pause for a moment and let that sink in.
…At some moment in Time…
…Between now and the end of 2018…
…You will die a terrible death…
…Or, you will be enslaved.
And, I told you why, last week.
Now, I’m not a prophet. So, the time frame MIGHT be a bit longer – or shorter. There is also the possibility that the US might escape the worst of Ezekiel 39:6 or Isaiah 30:26. All of that is possible.
But, are you going to pin your hopes on such a slim ‘chance’?
Will You Heed The Warning?
You know that we are living in the Last Days. And, the time period that we are living in right now started 47 years ago. You can try to convince yourself that there’s a lot of time left before disaster strikes, but God didn’t consult with you when He laid out the events of these Last Days.
To paraphrase Ayn Rand:
You can avoid truth, but you cannot avoid the consequences of avoiding truth.
God has given all of us plenty of warning. The question is whether you will heed that warning and get out of the way of incoming disaster, or whether you will convince yourself that tomorrow will be like today.
Will you listen to the warning and take action?
You must get as far from ‘ground zero’ as possible, and that means relocating – moving to a safer place. The question is where.
As I said before, East Asia, Southeast Asia and Australia/New Zealand are the best areas to go. But, those aren’t the only places to survive.
You CAN survive in the US, if you are far from a city and do not need electricity or fuel. If you do not need electricity or fuel for your water needs, then you might be okay. And, there are places in the US that are ready for such situations.
There are also places OUTSIDE of the US that are ready for this. And, I was reminded of that fact by an interview between Barry Jay of drescapes.com and James Wesley Rawles of survivalblog.com. I have never heard anyone get JWR to open up about relocation outside of the US – like Barry did. And, Barry had some intriguing things to say, himself.
The interview is broken up into five videos:
Part ONE – Collapse Of The Dollar And Investment Alternatives
YouTube Shortlink: http://youtu.be/KIig-Ju_R80
Part TWO – Sustainable Ag and Gravity Fed Water Best Defense Against Violence
YouTube shortlink: http://youtu.be/VRQ6lc2hbPg
Part THREE – Thoughts on Threats From Russia, Ebola and Power Grid Failure
YouTube shortlink: http://youtu.be/BPOnIhvMCyI
Part FOUR – ISIS CIA Connection, War On Our Home Turf In The USA
YouTube shortlink: http://youtu.be/LZtsqXfx7Uk
Part FIVE – 2nd Passports – Affordable Healthcare – The Case For Expatriation
YouTube shortlink: http://youtu.be/v64ynJ3hq40
I haven’t thought much about the Dominican Republic. It shares an island with Haiti, and… well, an island would be a pretty good place to be in a ‘collapse’ situation – assuming that the neighboring country on the island doesn’t try to start a war with you. I have friends from Haiti, so I’ll have to ask if that’s possible.
Life Without Electricity
Whatever happens, you MUST prepare for life without electricity. The people of the Dominican Republic seem to be able to do so.
If you live further south, will you escape the effects of the MASSIVE Solar Flare that’s coming?
I don’t know. Maybe yes. Maybe no. I strongly recommend that you take steps to either be able to live without electricity, or to be able to obtain it on your own. Unfortunately, there’s no ‘do over’ button should any of us calculate wrong.
Those of you who would like more resources on preparation and relocation, I highly recommend James Wesley Rawles’ website:
JWR is a sincere man of God, and one that I respect very, very highly. Pay close attention to EVERYTHING that he says and then make your own choices.
The person hosting the interview with James Wesley Rawles is Barry Jay, and HIS website is:
What he has to say is intriguing, so you might think about the Dominican Republic. If nothing else, there are resources on his site that could be of help to you.
I now leave you with four choices. You can follow my recommendation by going to the other side of the planet and living in East Asia. You can follow James Wesley Rawles to the American Redoubt. You can follow the suggestion of Barry Jay by choosing to live in a ‘Third World’ country. Or, you can choose to suffer a terrible death.
There is no fifth choice.
Are you ready for this?
(That’s a link. Do more than just think about it.)
If you find a flaw in my reasoning, have a question, or wish to add your own viewpoint, leave a comment on the website. Your input is truly welcome.
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