Survival Things Our Great Grandfathers Did Or Built Around The House

How to Make the Ultimate Survival Food:

I personally happen to know the man behind this book. Claude is and old-fashioned guy by any standard. He lives with his wife and two children in a log cabin he had personally built, cooks outside on an open flame in a cauldron most of the time, and all of his clothes are handmade.

He has a 150-square-foot root cellar stuffed with all sorts of homemade canned foods and goods and he raises cows, sheep and chickens.

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I thought several times to myself that this guy will never be troubled by any crisis, because…

The SHTF we all prep for is what folks 150 years ago called daily life:

…no electrical power, no refrigerators, no Internet, no computers, no TV, no hyperactive law enforcement, and no Safeway or Walmart.

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Don’t just take my word for it… watch his short video and decide for yourself.

They got things done or else we wouldn’t be here!

In the next 7 minutes, Claude will unearth a long-forgotten secret that helped our ancestors survive famines, wars, economic crises, diseases, droughts, and anything else life threw at them… a secret that will help you do the same for your loved ones when America crumbles into the ground.

 

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He’s also going to share with you three pioneer lessons that will ensure your children will be well fed when others are rummaging through garbage bins. In fact, these three old teachings will improve your life, just they did for me: immediately once you hear them.

My name is Claude Davis.

You may know me from my website, AskaPrepper.com, or you may have seen my warnings in the media. But few of you know me personally. My story is emotionally heavy, with struggles and disappointments but also with faith in God and a strong will to survive that finally led to my being here….

So pay close attention because this presentation will change your life for the good!

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Lesson No. 1: Don’t Take Anything for Granted!

My grandfather came to America from Ukraine just before World War 2 and started a small farm in Texas. But before that, when he was only 12 and still in Ukraine, he survived a horrific famine. Out of the one hundred families that lived on his street, only 20 people lived to tell the tale.

What you are about to hear is a real recollection-as it was written in a personal journal just after the crisis by one of his neighbors:

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“Where did all bread disappear, I do not really know, maybe they have taken it all abroad. The authorities have confiscated it, removed it from the villages, loaded grain into the railway coaches, and took it away someplace. They have searched the houses, taken away everything to the smallest thing. All the vegetable gardens, all the cellars were raked out, and everything was taken away.

It was so dreadful that every day became engraved in my memory. People were lying everywhere as dead flies. The stench was awful. Many of our neighbors and acquaintances from our street died.

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…we tried to survive the best we could. We collected grass, goose-foot, burdocks, rotten potatoes, and made pancakes, soups from putrid beans or nettles. Collected gley from the trees and ate it, ate sparrows, pigeons, cats…and dogs. When there was still cattle, it was eaten first, then the domestic animals. Some were eating their own children. I would have never been able to eat my child. One of our neighbours came home when her husband, suffering from severe starvation ate their own baby-daughter. This woman went crazy.”

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