The Five Steps to Survival

| December 24, 2015

The Five Steps to SurvivalOver the last year, I’ve observed a significant increase in the number of those in awareness becoming desperate about their survival prospects in the coming year. What I hear time and time again is, “I haven’t enough money to purchase a suitable survival site, or to stockpile necessary items, and worse yet, I’m still being mocked and isolated for my awareness by my friends and family.”

If you feel this way, then I hope this article reaches you as a wonderful holiday gift to brighten your spirits and to help fill you with a new sense of hope for the future. It offers a new five-step process to help you assess and optimize your survival assets. Plus, I have an exciting announcement for those in awareness about a whole new way to synergize your survival efforts with like-minded others to pool skills and resources and create enlightened survival communities.

A Whole New Survival Paradigm

For over a year I have been looking for a new way for those in awareness who have limited resources to find real survival solutions within their means. It has been a year of trial and error, with plenty of instructive failures and thankful victories. The result of all this is a completely new survival paradigm I call, “the five steps to survival,” which puts a new spin on the usual considerations.

Although beans, bullets and bunkers are clearly important, we are looking down the barrel of a tribulation period that will last a decade or more. Therefore, any survival paradigm based solely on material logic will be limited to a period of a year or two, and certainly not a decade or more. So what happens beyond the year or two covered by the material logic program?

Ah yes, that’s the sketchy part with these material paradigms. Here they must employ dismissive side-steps such as: “You’re a clever person, so don’t worry. You’ll cross that bridge when you come to it.” Dear reader, if that logic works for you, might I interest you in the purchase of a bridge? If not, wouldn’t you agree that the time has come to to see tribulation survival in a whole new way?

The Three Precepts of Enlightened Survival

The five steps to survival I’m going to explain in detail in this article will start making a difference in your life today as you will begin to feel more confident about your prospects. Understanding how this happens starts with examining the underpinnings of the five steps to survival. They are what I call, “the three precepts of enlightened survival:”

  • Self-Sufficiency
  • Hope for the Future
  • Knowing That You are Not Alone

If you are going to survive a lengthy tribulation with your humanity and sense of noble purpose intact, you need an overarching goal. A goal that will give you the willpower and energy you need to get up each and every morning and take the day on. This is exactly what our three precepts are all about. Literally speaking, this is a new survival paradigm that feeds the soul in a very human way. Therefore, you must first create the proper foundation for your survival paradigm.

The Foundation for the Five Steps to Survival

Unlike overly-materialistic survival strategies, the general premise for the five steps is not consumerism. Therefore, it does not matter how much money you have in the bank. What matters is how much faith you have in your heart.

This is because from the earliest days we each remember, society has relentlessly programmed us with the doctrine of consumerism, which is why we see our lives in terms of shortages.

Ergo, when those in awareness start to think about planning and preparation they have what I call the “Costco syndrome.” In a manner of speaking, they grab a shopping cart and rush down the aisles at the local Costco, grabbing things and pitching them into their carts, until finally they stop and exclaim in desperation, “Oh my God! I can’t find the Tabasco sauce; we’re all going to die!” While this may sound foolish and naive, it is exactly what consumerism teaches us to do.

Therefore, before starting the five steps to survival you must go cold turkey on your Costco syndrome and begin thinking like a Pilgrim. Yes, the very Pilgrims we celebrate each Thanksgiving. Back then, they didn’t have Costco on Plymouth Rock, let alone Tabasco sauce. So how did they soldier on? They gave thanks to God every day for what they had. They spent no time or energy bemoaning that which they did not have.

It worked for them, and it will work for you as well, and here is how. Each day find a quiet time to thank God for what you do have, then review the following five survival issues in this exact order:

  1. Skills
  2. Location
  3. Networking
  4. Wellness
  5. Faith

As you do, focus on achieving little victories each day in each category. That way you’ll know with certainty you are making real progress. The amount of progress is not the issue, it is that you are making progress daily.

Celebrate each step forward and give yourself permission to humbly fail out of ignorance so that you can learn from your mistakes. Do this, and you will begin to gain confidence from the very first day. This will help you feel a renewed sense of hope and noble purpose for the future. With this in mind, let’s take a closer look at each of the five steps, beginning with skills.

Skills

Since I began writing in the genre of Earth changes and space threats in 1999, I’ve noticed a consistent pattern. The longer someone has been in awareness, the more useful survival skills they’ve acquired over the course of their lives. Likewise it is also probable they do not realize the full extent of their skill experiences and what they’ve gained.

So when you assess your skills, make it a broad scale assessment. Do a life review and think of all the times you have learned something new. It may have not have made financial sense at the time, but it appealed to you nonetheless. Interestingly enough, many of these life experiences, regardless of how relevant to survival they may be, have gifted you with invaluable insights into future survival skills. So do not underestimate them. Then there are the skills that are easy to measure:  language, education, outdoor activities, hobbies, and special interests, for example.

The more skill learning experiences you have, the better. The mind is a “neural wetware computer,” and this makes it the most incredible survival tool you possess. No matter where you go, there you are with a tool that is always at the ready to save your bacon.

Consequently, the more skills you task your mind to learn, the easier it becomes to acquire and master new skills. In other words, you become like a devious Microsoft operating system designer. With each skill set upgrade, more and faster hardware is required. In a human sense, this translates to more neural networks in your brain, and best of all, no schmucks on Wall street will be the richer for it.

For example, years ago, did you take up knitting for a while and then put it down? Great! You learned a skill that will come in handy once again, and you trained your mind to increase its capacity at the same time. With this in mind, you can begin to look at continually adding new skill sets to your “neural wetware computer.”

At the very top of your skill set list should be obtaining an amateur radio license, if you do not already have one, and to join with a local ham radio club. This is because the difference between a “Mad Max” world and a “Star Trek” future will be amateur radio. My years of research have shown me that without question, amateur radio will be the one single technology that will most influence the outcome of the tribulation.

Whether you start your own survival community or hope to join another, if you are a competent ham radio operator, you’ll be worth your weight in beans.

That’s why this is the cheapest and fastest no-brainer way to significantly enhance your chances of survival. Best yet, getting started is easy, and it takes less than $200 for some basic equipment. Plus, you do not need to learn Morse code to get a ham radio license, as was the case in the past.

Of course, I’ve also many times heard the concern that if folks get a license, the government will confiscate their radios. So let’s take that fear porn head on. Unlike weapons and cars that are associated with your personal information, there is no such concern with amateur radios. If you’re concerned about confiscation, simply get multiple radios and store them in different locations.

Still clinging to that fear porn? OK. Let’s handle. it. Realistically speaking, poisonous snakes live under rocks, but there is not a snake living under every rock, and not all snakes are poisonous. The point is that everything in life is a calculated risk. The calculated risk for buying a firearm is orders of magnitude greater than that of becoming a licensed ham radio operator.

This is because you do not need a license or a call sign to buy an amateur radio. Go to any store, swap meet, or anywhere else you can find equipment and plunk down cash. If it makes you feel better, tell them your name is Elvis Presley. If your money is good, you’ll be good to go. So why do you need a real call sign? So you can join radio club meetings as a real ham, to network, learn, study, and be able to legally practice and develop your radio skills now, and become an expert.

You’ll need these skills because amateur radio is complicated to run. Here is an analogy: if you didn’t know how to ride a bike at all, and then you bought a fancy mountain bike with 21 gears, front and rear dérailleurs, etc. how well would it go to expect to just get it out of storage and then ride it with the necessary skill level, with no practice or training? Right. You would likely fail. The same goes for amateur radio.

Sure, there are preppers who like to learn about ham radio in these clubs without the commitment of a license and a call sign. And yes, the radio clubs are used to seeing preppers do this. When asked, these fear porn wannabes always say, “I’m studying for the test,” which doesn’t ever pass the smell test of the hams at the club. This is because getting your license is easier these days than ever before.

For example, last month, Jennifer and I took a three-hour ham cram class in the morning before taking our technician license exams. Jennifer spent a week preparing intensely by reading books and using free online tools. As I have a technical background, I just did the 3-hour ham cram.

We both passed that day with the same score. We both got 33 out of 35 questions correct, and we are now both licensed ham radio operators with call signs. I’m KG7ZHD and Jennifer is KG7ZHB. Someone at the radio club we frequent gave us a nickname, “Breakfast and Dinner.”

However, Jennifer has even more under her belt now. She recently put in a couple of weeks of of study and last Saturday passed the general exam, giving her the added ability to reach out to the world on HF (also called shortwave). Of course, that now makes me a the lowly technician in the family, so you know that means. Yup, I’m on it. However, what’s more important than how far we can communicate around the world, is with whom.

In recent years, the FCC has greatly liberalized the licensing process and granted technician licensees access to frequencies that were previously beyond the dreams of ham radio operators. The reason is the popularity of smartphones.

Smartphones can do most everything these days, and consequently, fewer men and women in their 20s and 30s are taking an interest in amateur radio. As a result the ham radio clubs are becoming very senior and frankly, we’ve been told attending funerals has become far too common. So these amateur radio clubs are enthusiastic to bring new people in to the hobby, particularly younger people.

For those of us looking at using amateur radios for survival, this is an immensely important windfall because the field of amateur radio has never been more welcoming to new members. Especially if you’re serious about learning amateur radio, participating locally, and networking with other hams.

If you want to network with other preppers, you’ll be surprised how many there are out there with licenses and call signs. In our area there is even a preppers’ net (a scheduled get-together on a certain day of the week and time, on a certain radio frequency). Consequently, learning new skills is amazingly easy as they are so many talented amateur radio operators eager to share their knowledge.

Knowledge that is invaluable for the future, like how to transmit over 2,500 miles directly, station to station, by bouncing your signal off the ionosphere. When it comes to amateur radio, there is no shortage of uber geeks happy to talk your ears off if you ask them a sincere question. These are kind, knowledgeable experts eager to share the hobby they are passionate about.

In the same vein, there are other skills that you can easily acquire to make yourself worth your weight in beans. For example, firearms safety courses and marksmanship programs. Here I must admit, when doing relocation webinars I always ask women, particularly those who are single and living alone, if they have a self-defense weapon and know how to use it.

More often than not, these women say they do not have one and a few will even go as far as to say that they think guns are bad. When I get these answers here is my first question, “How many times must you be raped before you are willing to pick up a gun?” The answer is always silence.

Folks, please forget your politically correct sensibilities if you have them. In the coming tribulation, we will all be beset by devolved humans with absolutely no interest in an enlightened conversation about the need for self-defense, and no patience for allowing you to remove the gun lock from your weapon so you can load it.

Whether you have a firearm or not is not the point. If you cannot afford a firearm, at the very least you can afford a local firearms safety and marksmanship course. If you are not sure where to find such a course, you could ask at a local firearms store.

One last skill example to help you become worth your weight and beans is to enroll in and become certified for rescue and medical emergencies. Check with your local Sheriff’s office or fire department and ask them about available instruction, such as the CERT program. Also, the Red Cross offers excellent courses on CPR for adults and children.

The bottom line on skills is that you’re not going to impress a survival community leader by saying, “Well, on the downside, I don’t know how to use a ham radio, I think guns are bad, and I sure do hope to God you know how to do CPR in the event I have a heart attack. But now on the upside, I can tell you with confident certainty that I know how to eat, so feed me.”

The moral of this story is that you need to begin preparing for the future today, by making yourself worth your weight in beans in a future world of tribulation, with valuable survival skills that are inexpensive and easily obtained.

However some skills are not as easily obtained such as language skills, which brings us to the second skill:  location.

Location

What I always tell people during my relocation webinars is that the general guidelines for a survivable area are as follows:

  • Be situated at least 100 miles away from a major body of water, and as far away as possible from any city with 30,000 or more inhabitants.
  • Get as much elevation is possible, with soft earth, rolling hills and easy access to water.
  • Look for depth of soil life. You want to find areas where root systems are deep, not shallow. Look for tall trees.
  • Avoid radiation fallout zones from nuclear power generator sites, also avoid fracking fields, refineries and large chemical plants.

In terms of finding a suitable location, it is imperative that you blend in. One thing that amazes me is the number of Americans who only speak English, and yet they are moving to small countries in Central America. If you are considering moving to such a location and cannot fluently speak Spanish as a second language, there’s no time to acquire that skill to the extent necessary to blend in with the local population.

Likewise, if you have a thick New York brogue, you’ll have a better chance of blending into a place like Northern Vermont than the hills of North Carolina. This will be an important consideration in terms of your ability to integrate into the local community.  That is if you cannot afford to buy a large tract of land for a community of 100 people or more. Why so many?

A lot of people follow the “me and mine” strategy of survival. They buy somewhere remote with just enough land for themselves and their loved ones. I call them “Bunker Bunnies” because they will become a future food source for devolved humans. Therefore, it is imperative that you either start, or are accepted into, a survival community of 100 or more people. Only such communities will have sufficient numbers of adults to mount an adequate defense, and to have a wide enough variety of self-sufficiency skills.

Yes, it’s called busting a move and it will be expensive. And yes again, you may not get as good a paying job as you have now. On the other hand, if you’re not ready to make that sacrifice, then how long can you tread water? After all, a great dental plan will not prevent you from drowning like a rat.

With this in mind, if you cannot afford to buy 100 acres for 100 people or more, then your chances of survival will be best served by searching highly survivable areas where you can blend in and network with local residents.

Networking

The ideal relocation site is one that fits the location parameters noted above and is within 500 miles (or one tank of gas from your home.) What you want to look for are small towns with populations of 10,000 or less, with plenty of farming around them.

Use Google Earth to examine these areas, especially the farms. In general, you want squares, not circles. Circles indicate pivot irrigation utilizing well water, which is expensive. Squares tell you that water is more readily available on the surface of the land.

Another thing is access. Small cities that are located at critical highway junctions are going to be the most likely to see Homeland Security checkpoints. On the other hand, small towns with 10,000 or fewer people and with one road in and out of town are far superior. Especially if that town is in a remote area of the state far away from any metropolitan area.

As you focus your search on these small towns, the character of the local inhabitants is absolutely essential to your hopes of survival. You want to see areas where good folk take care of their neighbors, and where outsiders can fully integrate into the community. So join local faith-based organizations and clubs, volunteer your time and expertise to help others, donate to charity, become a good citizen of that community.

While most local people will certainly be in denial about what is coming, when it does come, they will have the greatest chances of unifying as a community that can feed itself. The key for you is to be considered a member of that community when that happens, by contributing as a good citizen of that community while things are “normal,” and here is where local networking is vital.

The most likely organizations to survive the coming tribulation with their membership largely intact will be faith-based organizations. Namely churches. This is for three specific reasons.

Established Chain of Command: All churches will have an existing chain of command and leadership structure. This is a huge advantage because with for-profit entities as there is always the taint of personal incentive, and with egalitarian communes, there never seems to be any consensus until it’s too late.

Proven Disaster Logistics: In the best of times churches find it just as difficult as anyone else, if not more so, to get people and materials organized. However in the worst of times, churches shine because they do have an inherent ability to quickly organize people and resources around disaster needs.

Diversity of Skills: When you go to a house of worship to pray with others, you are there for a common spiritual goal. Consequently the person in front of you may be an engineer, to the left a doctor, to the right a construction worker, and behind you hospital lab technician, for example. In other words, a wide diversity of skills will be present.

Of equal importance is that all of these people will be useful liaisons with networks of special interest groups. For example, your construction worker may belong to a shooting club with lots of ammo reloading equipment. Or the lab technician may also be a radio ham with a house full of radios and antennas.

Therefore, you want to find these perfectly situated small towns that can grow more food than they need, and where you can live amongst good people who take care of their neighbors. You will become a good neighbor yourself, and you, in turn, will help your neighbors. So network with them by first finding a local church that lines up with your core belief systems, one where you can enjoy being a member and get involved in church activities.

Likewise, join as many special-interest clubs in the community as you can, and get involved with them as well. Even if you are a newbie to the community when the guacamole hits the fan, if you’ve done your local networking properly, you will still be a member of the community.

On the other hand, some will just buy a piece of land there and when the time comes they will move to the community all of a sudden. When they do, they will be surprised at the welcome they get. They’ll be about as appreciated as absentee landlords. Not a good place to be. So make sure to focus on local networking and on being the same kind of good neighbor and good citizen you want to find around you. But for now we need to move on to the next item on the list:  wellness.

Wellness

If you are dependent on pharma to survive, you need to find a natural way to end your dependency or you’ll be as dead as a door knob in the tribulation. For this reason, the best way to begin exploring your own wellness plan is by reading the book, One Second After by William R. Forstchen. If you are presently dependent on pharma in any way, this book will light a fire under your backside to naturally end that dependency.

After that, you need to understand that after the worst of the tribulation cataclysms have happened, the two largest killers will be disease and despair. Your most important resource in combating these two causalities will be your lower gastrointestinal tract. This is because 70 to 80% of your immune system is there. Besides, there is nothing more depressing the irritable bowel syndrome or leaky gut.

For this reason, when you see all these clever preppers on television with thousands of boxes of macaroni and cheese on their shelves, what you’re really seeing are bang-for-the-buck cheapsters signing their own death certificates.

Serious health repercussions will result from a diet high in:

  • GMO Wheat, GMO Corn and Processed Foods
  • Gluten, Sugar and High Fructose Corn Syrup

Those eating this type of diet can expect:

  • Vitamin and Mineral Deficiencies
  • Candida Yeast Overgrowth
  • A Weakened Immune System
  • Poor Dental Health

The truth is, Americans eat more food and live longer, albeit medically miserable lives. This is because doctors in America are taught to mainly prescribe patented medicines produced by the pharmaceutical companies that underwrite the system.

If a doctor happens to know something about good nutrition, it’s because like you, he or she went to an outside source for knowledge. That being said, if you bust a leg or suffer a nasty gunshot wound, you need a doctor, not a massage therapist.

On the other hand, if you are to survive disease and despair, you’ll need natural holistic wellness solutions, not modern gizmos or patented pills advertised on Internet radio shows. Rather, look for tried-and-true natural solutions that have been around for 1,000 years or more, such as essential oils, acupuncture and so forth. Also, self healing energy practices such as Yoga, Reiki, Qigong, and Danjeon Breathing will be helpful.

But at the top of the list is what you put into your mouth. Therefore, always ask yourself one simple question, “How will this affect my immune system?” For example, canned and packaged foods, whether they are GMO or organic, are dead food.

How long can you live on dead food? When I was a medic in the Army back in the 1970s I was eating C Rations that had been canned in 1943, and I got along just fine on them because back in 1943 everything was organic. Point being, canned and packaged foods loaded with salts and sugars and GMO are alien to your body and to your chances of survival.

Here is where you can get a three-for-one advantage with a little bit of initiative and save a lot of money in the process. Start canning and freeze-drying your own organic foods. Likewise, begin pickling and jerking as well. While you create your own wellness food stores, you’ll add incredibly useful survival skills to your repertoire as you increase your value to a future survival community.

Likewise, if you’re going to keep your body healthy you will need fresh foods. That means stockpiling heritage heirloom seeds, both for growing food and for medicinal plants. These seeds will enhance your position with any local community faced with survival.

Also, with the time remaining you need to address your outstanding dental issues while there is time. If you have old crowns and bridges that are candidates for replacement, replace them now. It’s one thing to extract a tooth, it’s another thing to yank out a three unit bridge without pain medication. Not fun!

Likewise, it if your dentist is telling you you have deep pockets in your gums and early signs of gum disease, you need to clear that up right now. On thing to look into is ayurvedic oil pulling. You’ll need an organic cold pressed oil, such as coconut, sesame, sunflower or olive. Of the four, coconut is the best for dental health and it also tastes the best. My favorite is the one that is available from Trader Joe’s. There are numerous how-to videos on YouTube on this topic, so look into it today.

Even if you only do the oil pulling once a week, it will give you a significant way to keep your dental health intact along with regular brushing and flossing. So be sure to stockpile tooth brushes and dental floss for the tribulation.

Two other things you want to have plenty of are salt and sodium bicarbonate (baking soda). We don’t think of salt as necessary to survival because it’s so cheap to buy at the store. That’s because salt is mined by huge underground operations with millions of dollars worth of mining equipment, thereby making it cheap.

When all that shuts down, we’ll go back to the time of the Roman Empire when soldiers were paid in salt because it was so valuable. In fact the word “salary” comes from the Roman word sal, for salt. Also, sodium bicarbonate is immensely useful for a myriad of purposes, especially for upset stomachs, brushing your teeth, etc.

The bottom line is this. Get a copy of One Second After by William R. Forstchen and read it. Then make three wellness resolutions for yourself.

First, get all your dental care up to date. Second, learn how to prepare and store your own survival foods. Third and most importantly, seek out every natural way to free yourself of pharma.

Faith

While faith is the fifth and last step on the list, it is the one thing that must always be first in your thoughts. While a good wellness strategy will help you fight disease, faith is the best way to fight despair, and it can even boost your immune system.

This will be crucial to your success, because once the guacamole hits the fan, expect to be surrounded by a lot of people wailing, “Why has God abandoned me? Why has God done this to me? I’m such a good person I don’t deserve this.” Why are they doing to do this? Because this is what happens in the early stages of forced awareness, and this self pity will surround you like a medieval plague.

This is because we live in a self-centric world, where people are taught to see themselves as the center of the universe. This kind of self-pity will not serve you well either, but if you are in awareness, you already know that.

What you do not know is why you are in awareness, because it’s been a miserable place to be. After all, what has been your reward for your awareness so far? Friends and family telling you, “it’s all nonsense, it’ll never happen, and I don’t want hear about it,” ridicule, isolation, mocking. It can feel like a curse.

That is why in May of this year I published my article, God’s Mission and Planet X. I did so because through my many years of research and I’ve learned that this is not about God doing something to punish us, or about rescuing us in magical, “get out of jail free card,” ways. It’s about each of us being in service to God, no matter what it takes, and this is the kind of faith you will need to endure a terrible tribulation of a decade or more. This is the very kind of faith Noah had.

Here’s a question I have always asked people over the years about Noah and the flood, “Why is it Noah refused to open the door of the ark when he heard those outside who mocked him, pleading for their lives and banging their fists on the hull?” The typical answer I get is that it is because God had shut the door to the ark, or that these people had been judged for their cynical denial, or God had ordered Noah not to open the door.

Let’s put tribulation faith in perspective. Noah was the architect, master, and commander of a specially constructed vessel, charged with the sacred duty of restoring terrestrial life following a crustal pole shift event. Had he opened the door, the following would have happened:

  • Day 1 — Everyone is singing Noah’s praise.
  • Day 2 — The survivors form an ad-hoc committee to elect a new captain for the ark.
  • Day 3 — The new captain charges Noah and his family with sedition and throws them overboard.
  • Day 4 — The ark burns and sinks. The mission fails.

The point is that this is not about judgement. It is about a spiritual and intellectual preparedness for the continuation of life. Most scientific examinations of the Biblical story of Noah’s flood conclude that there’s not enough surface water on the planet for all that to have happened.

For the record, the reason the ark was built on a mountainside is that during a crustal pole shift all major bodies of water come out of their basins. The location of the ark put it at that point where the pole shift tsunami wave would ebb near the ark. Then the water could gently flow under its keel, lifting the vessel off its chocks. As the tsunami receded back to the sea, it gently carried the ark with it.

The point here is that survival is about using your awareness to become the architect, master, and commander of your own destiny. To have the faith and courage of a Noah.

God does not want to judge you. God wants you to survive. God wants you to thrive. God wants to help you. Believe that each and every day, and give thanks to God for that which you have, and seemingly magical things will begin to make a difference in your life. Like the animals showing up two by two for Noah, amazing synchronicities will unfold in your life as well. When that happens, your days of being alone in your awareness are over, and here is the good news — it just happened.

Your Days of Isolation are Over

For over a decade I have heard from those in awareness that what torments them most is their isolation. Like solitary candles in a breezy, unsympathetic darkness they are geographically isolated, which is not to say they’re isolated from God. Nonetheless, what is most frustrating for them is that they do not know what to do with their awareness.

Most often they do not have the resources to act on their awareness of coming cataclysmic events, and likewise lack the support of those around them. Consequently they’re often trapped in disappointing lives where it seems as through they keep seeing the same dismal isolation scenery, because they are spinning around in circles with one foot nailed to the floor. That’s over.

As of today, co-founder Jennifer Burns and I are pleased to announce that the Knowledge Mountain Church of Perpetual Genesis is fully operational and accepting new members.

We created this online teaching church to be what you might call the ultimate awareness crowbar. For a few dollars, you get a fast way to pull that nail out of your one shoe, so you can change the scenery, and your life. Imagine it. Now you can travel with others who share your feelings, your thoughts, your dreams, your visions, and your love for humanity.

Our church is also a way to build amateur radio skills through our ham radio club, and trusted international contacts to make you worth your beans to any newly formed survival community.

Imagine how good it will feel to share your thoughts with like-minded others who also know that the old “me-and-mine” way of sheltering is nothing but a fateful invitation to ultimately become the entrée of honor at a cannibals’ feast.

Then imagine planning a community of 100 or more with like-minded others, some of whom will have resources to share with others in awareness that they already know and trust. So what’s the catch? For those in awareness, there is no catch. Those with the funds to buy a property and outfit it will need community members with the diverse skills to run it and make it a success, in large enough numbers to make it safe. This is the time of the gathering, the time to start forming these groups and locating them in safe areas.

Knowledge Mountain is a non-denominational teaching church for those in awareness who choose to study the principles of enlightened governance and community participation for survival in the midst of a global tribulation. In other words, saving your own soul is entirely between you and Creator. Our mission is to help you fully develop your personal relationship with Creator, and also help you save your life so that you can be in it for the species to make a real difference “on the backside.”

As a supplemental affiliation to your existing faith-based-organization, our church is not about “us or them” choices. It’s about being in service to Creator through, studying universal spiritual truths, fellowship with like-minded others, and filling in the gaps to help you fully develop your personal relationship with creator.

We respect your core belief system and spiritual path. We invite you to join with like-minded others in awareness as we study universal spiritual truths and join together to help each other survive the coming tribulation.

The three precepts of our church are rooted in universal spiritual truths:

  • Self-Sufficiency: Independence is the foundation of spiritual freedom. Spiritual freedom gives the ability to advance toward ascension, as well as the ability for our species as a whole to evolve spiritually.
  • Hope for the Future: While others will lament the end of this civilization, we see a clean slate for the creation of the next civilization. We hope for a more enlightened future for all of us, everywhere.
  • Knowing That You are Not Alone: Those long in awareness, and those newly coming into awareness, are a thinly spread minority. Yet, we are a minority that is growing larger each day. Through our membership program and forum you will be able to connect with like-minded others, regardless of where they are located geographically.

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