Simply surviving the Planet X flyby is key
I just want to explain one of the reasons why I am writing these articles: Being retired affords me the opportunity to be able to search the Web for hours looking for useful information on Planet X. You have to understand that it is difficult deciphering what is true and what is false. This is not an easy task, so if I make a boo-boo, I will tell you, which I have no problem doing. Not surprisingly, I am not always right.
This article is about how there has been a boom in the super-rich purchasing bunkers. These people are rich mainly because they are very careful about what they do with their money; someone has to assume they are not stupid and would not spend their money frivolously. You will be amazed at how luxurious these bunkers are. The square footage of some of these bunkers will blow your mind, so I thought about this for a while and wondered why they are building them now and not 10 years ago The only conclusion I could come to is that many of these super-rich have some sort of connection in high places that would give them a nudge and a wink on what is coming. I searched the Web to see if I could find a list of all those countries that had built underground bunkers but there is very little info, other than China, the United States, Russia and a few European countries, so I am guessing they want to keep it a secret for obvious reasons.
So it is all well and good that the rich can afford this luxury, but what about ordinary folks like you and me? What can we do to take shelter once Planet X arrives and it rains meteors? The only thing that I can suggest is, if you have a cold cellar, that would be the strongest part of your home, so you might be advised to make a shelter out of that. Those of you who live in high-rises or condominiums, I am sorry to say, you are screwed. The only suggestion is, if you have an underground parking spot, then that would offer some protection, but if your building takes a direct hit, then you stand the risk of being trapped under all the rubble, so it is a gamble, but what else can you do?
Obviously, with the debris raining down from the tail of Planet X, there will be many properties that will catch fire, so what I did is purchase a couple of fire extinguishers, not expecting to put out a large house fire, but it may be enough to get you out of whatever building you reside. If I survive this apocalypse, I still have to eat, so I decided to buy a bunch of mason jars so I can pickle eggs and beets, etc.; they will last a long time.
Another thing that I did was check out all the things in the basement that I had forgotten I had and looked to see if there was anything that I could use to help me survive. You will probably be amazed at all the things you have stored over the years, like old camp stoves or lanterns which you could revive, as I did. I also went to the hardware store and bought a bunch of mantels, as they tend to disintegrate over time, so having a good stock of those will help. Another good item to buy is a large water bladder; it does not take up much room and you can fill that for a water supply.
I have always been a supporter that crop circles were messages from aliens whom I can only assume are friendly, as they are sending us warning messages. This video attempts to interpret their meanings and I think they do an excellent job. I would strongly recommend watching it.
Many of the articles I compose are while sitting on my deck with the sun beating down on me, but I got a little sunburned and small white spots appeared on my arms and were itchy, so I had some organic coconut oil and I rubbed some of it on the sunburned area and it took away the itch right away and by morning it was completely healed. There was only one problem though: I have two dogs that now like coconut oil. I had to fight them off all evening, as they kept jumping up on the couch so they could lick my arms: one on the left and the other on my right side. I must admit it was funny.
We had a tornado touch down in a place called Goderich Monday night, June 22. We very rarely get tornadoes, so it will be interesting to see if, in fact, we do get an increase due to Planet X; it would just be another piece of the puzzle put into place. We have been getting stronger winds this year. In fact, the wind last week ripped off the fabric cover to my gazebo on my deck. I am not going to replace it, as there is not really a point, seeing as Planet X is coming. I would much rather spend the money on supplies instead.
Tip of the week: If you stock up on tobacco and alcohol. you can use them to trade for food.
When telling people about Planet X, I have to be aware of just how long it took me to believe, so me having a conversation and blurting out a bunch of facts is a lot of info for someone to absorb, so be very cognizant of that and only give them a little info in the beginning; otherwise, they will become close-minded from the get-go and they will look at you like you are a camel with two heads. I am absolutely certain that we may only capture the attention of 1% of the population, if we are lucky, but that is better than none.
I am sure that some of you are less convinced over time, as you carry on with your normal day activity and it is hard when you are out back cooking on the BBQ and serving supper to family and friends. Then Mr. Drought sets in and your belief register starts to slip and, yes, it has happened to me, but I go back to the one thing that convince me and that was the moon rotating up to 90 degrees, which has never happened before. Please understand that I hope that I am proven wrong and I can carry on with my retirement without any concerns, but everything I have done to prepare I can use and use up.
There are many very intelligent people out there far more qualified than I could ever be who are convinced that Planet X is getting closer and will wreak havoc on our Earth.
Stay safe. DDD signing off.
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