Signs in the News
What’s Coming and
How to Organize
Security Issues for
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In this half-day tribulation survival strategy seminar you will learn how to organize and defend spiritual survival communities of of 100-200 people.
Sunday, October 23, 2016
Many well-prepared “me and mine” preppers have not prepared adequately for a decade-long tribulation and a total societal reset. Unfortunately, small clusters of friends and families will become easy prey for gangs, warlords, cannibals, and other organized predator groups who will avoid well-organized communities capable of standing their ground. A larger community is also more practical for farming, cottage manufacturing, and access to a wide range of skill sets that will be necessary to get through what’s coming.
SESSION 1 – 1:00 PM TO 1:50 PM
- Topic: What’s Coming and How to Organize
- Speaker: Marshall Masters. Author of Surviving the Planet X Tribulation and Being In It for the Species
Marshall’s presentation is based on his latest book, Surviving the Planet X Tribulation: A Faith-Based Leadership Guide. Using many color illustrations from his book Marshall will show you what’s approaching us from behind the sun and the sequence of coming tribulation events. Knowing the threat matrix and sequence of events we are facing will give future survival village leaders a significant edge.
Marshall will also explain the three key advantages of faith-based organizations have when organizing viable survival communities, then who to survive with, and how to get started.
SESSION 2 – 2:00 PM TO 2:50 PM
- Topic: Security Issues for First Responders
- Speaker: Deputy Sheriff Josef Wuepper
Many nations are now preparing for the hardships of natural disasters and wars like never before. While their plans do address a wide range catastrophic events, their presumption is that they will survive and be able to maintain some form of law and order. But then, as they say, “Nothing ever goes according to plan.” What if the worst happens? What then?
Deputy Sheriff Josef Wuepper, a former Army Ranger, will weigh in on this very serious question. As a Detention Response Team member he has served in the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office for over ten years and is well trained in current strategies. This is why his message to faith-based tribulation leaders is simple, “How may we be in service to your community?”
Former military, police, fire, and rescue workers do what they do because serving gives them the opportunity to fulfill a noble purpose as they do their jobs. Even if State and Federal governments collapse during the tribulation, nothing will change their honorable sense of duty to be in service to their communities. They will not run from adversity. They will give their all as they rise up to the challenge.
Therefore, it is imperative that faith-based tribulation leaders understand the training, the culture, and the commitment of those who will join their communities. Likewise, they need to understand the existential threats their first responders will encounter so as to organize with them in a mutually effective way. Deputy Sheriff Josef Wuepper will address all of this and more.
SESSION 3 – 3:00 PM TO 5:00 PM
- Topic: Open Panel Q&A
- Speakers: Marshall Masters, Deputy Sheriff Josef Wuepper
Marshall will first give a brief explanation of the CERT and ARES programs and how to become a part of the solution as a volunteer. Marshall holds a general license for ham radio and is a certified ARES volunteer (Amateur Radio Emergency Services) and CERT (Community Emergency Response Teams) volunteer. Marshall first met Deputy Sheriff Josef Wuepper during the 2016 Reno Rodeo while on assignment as CERT volunteer.
Then all speakers will be available to answer any questions you might have.