What is a survival artist? And how does it differ from being a survivalist? A "warrior-poet" is still a warrior; he just brings something extra to the battle. An escape-artist (think Houdini), escapes things in an entertaining, albeit somewhat risky, way. A performance artist moves in such a way to stimulate the senses of sight and … Continue reading What is a Survival Artist?
Our outdoor abilities and survival skills do not have to come in marathon efforts, but in simple steps, one hour and one day at a time. Go forth: kayak, hike, climb rocks, sketch, paint, fish, hunt, photograph nature, camp, plant trees, volunteer for trail maintenance, or any other number of such things. On the one … Continue reading Natural Revolution
At last I have procured a sitting mat, and I am glad for it too. Why did it take so long? In common survival strategy, when lost or stranded you stay in a place where others might look for you, or you move in an effort to self-rescue. In bug-out strategy it may be the opposite
Until now, this blog has mostly been about a better eschatology, but I think it is time to change gears and put more focus on survival skills and strategy for enduring the climax of trouble in the last days.
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I am trying to wrap my head around the teachings of feng-shui, to determine how far I want to take it in my own pursuits. I have already read a couple of basic books and have now begun reading an intermediate level book...
Do you have a spiritual calling? If so, how does your last-days theory (assuming you have one), effect your calling?