Be Ye Ready

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Spiritual Preparedness

Spiritual Preparedness and info for the left behind: As we continue our watch, I hope to finish my new article about next week's prophetic convergence shortly. The Lord is leading me to understand that Pentecost 'fully come' (3x7 lunar sabbaths, counted from Second Passover) and the Tishri dedication feasts of Ezra/Nehemiah, Solomon, and Tabernacles all overlap and synch with the heavenly birthing picture in Virgo and flanking judgment scene in the Silver Gate. Much love, Sabine

Dear all,

To kickstart or refresh your preparedness this weekend, and leave information and provisions for people you expect to be left behind, I have published a new article on the topic: New article | Practical and Medical Preparedness:

Emergency Preparedness

Store your emergency items and supplies in a dry, cool place to prevent decay, check their shelf-life, and store them in such a way (like in closed plastic containers) that pests and moisture have no access.

  • Clean water in closed containers (plus consider water filtration, chlorine, and pure bleach) for the expected duration of the emergency. Have at least one week’s supply of drinking water on hand.

  • Food and beverages (listed below) with a long shelf life, which preferably do not require refrigeration.

  • Emergency cooking facility (such as a camp stove) and an emergency heating facility (like a camp heater). Tips on how to stay warm in an emergency situation (power outage, absence of gas/oil) can be found in the Booklet ‘Disaster Crash Course’ below.

  • Some cash in small bills (plus other means of exchange such as gold and silver coins, or barter items) as the financial infrastructure will likely not function properly.

  • Copies of identity documents and important (insurance) papers.

  • Spare keys (house and means of transport). Make sure your vehicles are filled up or charged.

  • A map of your surroundings (or a road map to an external destination) and a functioning compass.

  • A list with telephone numbers, addresses, and directions to key locations, and family members.

  • Cleaning supplies: hand sanitizers, dust masks (FFP2 or higher), latex gloves, cleaning brushes or cloths, pure bleach, and alcohol-containing cleaning wipes.

  • Personal care items such as toilet paper, disposable wet wipes (for sanitation, cleaning, and skin care), soap, hand washing detergent, cleaning brushes, sanitary towels, toothpaste, toothbrushes, shaving products, deodorant, diapers, menstrual care products, elderly care items.

  • Medicine (especially prescription meds) and/or herbal treatments you rely on. Basic medicine to treat pain, diarrhea, fever, inflammation, dehydration, and insect bites (plus a steel lice/nit comb).

  • First aid kit and first aid manual These are offered as free downloads below.

  • Multivitamins Herewith, an overview of natural and pharmaceutical immune system boosters, self-care information, and first-line protocols for mild and severe flu (including COVID19).

  • Rain gear and winterproof clothing (use a layered approach, consider thermal underwear, woolen socks, gloves, sweaters, and a wind/rain-proof outer layer)

  • Sturdy garbage bags and smaller storage bags and kitchen foils

  • Clean buckets (BPA-free, food-graded), closed containers, and other storage & transport options

  • Basic tools, work gloves, Duct tape, sturdy tarps (in case of leakage, a broken window, etc.)

  • Emergency radio (battery-powered, solar, wind-up)

  • Flashlight and emergy lights (solar or with sufficient batteries)

  • Tea lights, candles, oil lamps (for light and emergency cooking/heating) Tips on how to use these to heat and cook, can be found in de survival downloads below and in YouTube tutorials

  • Batteries or other energy sources (solar, generator, kinetically charged)

  • Matches in waterproof packaging and lighters

  • Blankets (additional tips for keeping warm ‘off the grid’ can be found in the ‘Disaster Crash Course’ booklet below)

  • Fire blanket, fire extinguisher (check the expiration date)

  • Smoke detectors and a carbon monoxide detector (especially when using an open log fire or fuel-based fire source)

  • Disposable eating utensils

Shelf stable food items

Consider the dietary needs and personal preferences of the people (and animals) in your care. It is advised to stick to what you usually eat and drink as much as possible, so as not to upset your stomach and intestines. That is difficult in an emergency situation. As you select items to purchase, check the ingredient lists to avoid toxic preservatives, artificial sweeteners, and chemical additives as much as possible.

  • Fresh bread substitutes, like crackers, porridge, canned bread, tortilla wraps, oats, rice cakes, breakfast bars, and supplies to bake your own bread off-grid.

  • Fresh fruit substitutes, like shelf-stable (multi-)fruit juice, canned fruit, dried fruit, freeze-dried fruit, fruit compote, or fruit sauce.

  • Canned or freeze-dried food: soups, vegetables, complete meals

  • Meat, poultry, and fish (dried, canned, in pouches)

  • Bread spreads (closed containers often last long)

  • Dairy products (pasteurized and long-term storable, canned, dried)

  • Rice, pasta, grains, beans, dried mashed potatoes (white grain variants are more shelf-stable than brown ones)

  • Nuts and seeds (loosely packaged, bars)

  • Snacks and sweets (comfort food and drinks matching your or your loved ones’ preferences will be a blessing under stressful conditions)

  • Non-perishables, like honey, sugar, salt, and (apple cider) vinegar (for multipurpose use, see documents below)

  • Cooking oils and shelf-stable butter (ghee), seasonings (a supply of your favorite spices & herbs)

  • Shelf stable food, water (and medicine) for your pets/animals

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