Simple solutions to start preparing for the pole shift are easy things we all can do day-to-day to help us if a pole
shift occurs. Here are a few of the things I have done.
- My wife bought me a 64 ounce water bottle with a shoulder strap. For the past 9 months I have filled it
every morning with the intent of drinking 64 ounces of clean water every day. It forces me to drink water
throughout the day and I have virtually eliminated drinking any other fluid. A few people gave me a hard
time when they saw me carrying the bottle around with me, but I told them one of the worst problems in
America is people are dehydrated. I keep the bottle in the car when I am driving and on my night stand when
I go to bed.
- I have cut down on the number of showers I take per week. I have a set schedule of working out a minimum
of 5 times a week. On Monday and Friday I swim a little over 3/4 miles per session. The only time I shower
is to wash the Chlorine off. I generate a pretty good sweat playing racquetball, basketball or running but I
never shower afterwards. As amazing as it seems my body has adjusted pretty well and my wife has not
kicked me out of bed yet and she has a pretty sensitive nose. Warning: if your spouse does not believe in the
pole shift I would go into this solution slowly.
- I have not used antibiotics for years. This year my wife and I are attempting to stop using antibiotics on the
children. We are trying natural forms of medication like GSE, colloidal silver and Echinacea. When a
sickness occurs we talk to individuals who are knowledgeable about natural cures and proceed slowly with
our children. When my 5 year old boy had an ear infection our doctor told us we were crazy not using
antibiotics. We told him we wanted to look at other options first and use antibiotics as a last resort. We put
drops of GSE in his ear and between that and the natural healing process of his body he was cured. By using
antibiotics only as a last resort it is forcing my wife and I to learn about alternative medication.
I look at it this way, if the pole shift occurs:
- The main fluid available to us to drink will be water.
- Showering every day is not an efficient usage of water and is not very healthy on the skin.
- There will be little or no antibiotics available after the pole shift.
Now is the time to start making adjustments to conditions that will be present after the pole shift.
Offered by David.
- Moved 600 miles to a safer location.
- Stocked a 33 gal container with medical supplies (Band-Aids, vitamins, topical
ointments, etc. - replaced periodically).
- Stockpiled (and rotate) food stuffs.
- Developed an underground storage building to be built this summer.
- Looked into culverts for purchase, and scooped out our area for existing road
culverts for riding out the shift.
- Started the gardening process, both hydroponics and container gardens.
- Begun to learn soap making, candle making, plant identification in our area.
- Listed and gathered hand tools, nails, screws, wire, etc. to go into the underground
storage unit at a later date.
- Collected various eye glasses with higher powered lenses for replacement as we
- Listed the resource books we will take. At this time there are about 10 of them.
Many more things to accomplish before the summer of 2002.
Offered by Mary.
One thing that I have started doing is collecting small things to get ready for the pole shift. Im not really going to
shift into high gear with my preparations for a little while yet, so for me, it feels really good to start preparations,
albeit in a small way. It gives a sense of power to be actually doing something (anything!) instead of just sitting
around waiting. For example:
- Im putting together my medical supplies, gauzes and stuff, that has a long shelf life. One less thing to do
- Also, Im collecting sewing supplies, especially needles and lots of 'em in different sizes and strengths
(because I expect they will be important and hard to obtain after the pole shift).
Doing these simple and easy things now helps my sanity, and will make the going smoother later when I'll be busy
with larger projects!
Offered by Craig.
Put on some weight. Around 10 percent over your ideal body weight, as a hedge against
shortages in food.
Offered by Antony.