By Richard Armen

Many people believe that according to the ancient Mayan calendar, the world is coming to an end in 2012. The concept has even spurred a blockbuster movie, “2012,” in which the world is overtaken by massive earthquakes, tsunamis, and other natural disasters.

Supporters of this theory believe that the world will end in December of 2012, with the end of the world caused by an earthquake, a solar flare, or some other natural disaster. Whether you believe the hype or not, the recent media surrounding 2012 does bring to light the importance of preparing for every possibility. Even if it isn’t technically the end of the world, a natural disaster can sure seem like it, as your home and belongings are ruined and you are forced to adapt to whatever’s left.

No matter where you live in the world, natural disasters of some type are a distinct possibility. It may be earthquakes, tornados, or hurricanes, but you’ll never know exactly when they will strike. The only thing you can do is to be prepared for such eventualities. Making the right preparations ahead of time requires considering the type of disaster most likely to strike your region, as well as your family’s unique needs if you were to fend for yourselves for a week or more.

Every home should have a disaster kit containing water, food, first aid supplies, and other necessities for every member of the household. Don’t forget medications, blankets, and flashlights. You’ll also need duct tape, plastic sheeting, and other simple building materials to build a shelter or make your home inhabitable following the catastrophe. Your emergency kit must be immediately accessible, not buried somewhere on a shelf in the garage where it will likely do you no good in your time of need. Consider placing emergency supplies in the most structurally sound areas of the home, as well as the areas where you’re likely to run in the event of an earthquake, tornado, or other natural disaster.

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Apocalypse 2012 Survival Books

On July 20, 2011, in Tools & Survival, by James

Warning – The Apocalypse 2012 Is Coming Soon

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A timetraveler knocks on my door and tells me what has happened from where he came. This is what he told me. .

The date is November 5th 2012.

Mass riots have broken out across the United States and surrounding countries. In the course of 12 hours estimated deaths are at over 42,000.

The supply of food to grocery stores across the country has been sporadic at best due to…

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By Lewis Robinsons

How can you survive 2012 if you don’t even have the slightest idea how to do that? Fortunately, our civilization can survive by learning from the past. The possible disasters that might happen in 2012 have already happened to us. By learning what happened then, you can increase your chance of survival.

Earthquakes and Tsunamis

Countless of earthquakes have struck our planet in the past. Millions have died and a lot of worldly possessions were destroyed. So far, we cannot detect when an earthquake will happen. We can only prepare in case that will happen.

In 2012, another earthquake is about to happen. They say that the major tectonic plates displacements are well overdue. Soon, these plates will be displaced, killing millions of people.

City is still the worst place where an earthquake can happen, especially in streets and skyscrapers. Earthquake is disastrous not only on land but also at sea where it will create killer tsunamis.

Remember the tsunami that happened in Indonesia? That killed more than 100,000 people. They were drowned by falling debris, some of those people died later because of injuries, starvation and diseases.

Super Bacteria or Virus

Diseases are the gravest killers in history. The 14th century Black Plague reminds us of an incurable bacterium that was spread by fleas living on rats. About 90% population of some European towns is wiped out. Within the Black Plague’s 100 years, 30% of Europe’s population died. Much recently, the 1919 Influenza pandemic killed millions of people around the globe.

And this will never stop. More diseases, stronger and deadlier disease, are becoming threats. We have handled Bird and Swine Flu quite successfully. But in 2012, the real plaque will arrive. International air travel is a big factor in instant global spread of bacteria or viruses. At that time, healthy and fit families who live in rural remote areas, in warm and clean houses with less minimal contact with the outside world have more chance to survive 2012.

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Author: Unknown

December 21, 2012 is believed to be the end of this world. The most widely publicized account of this is the Mayan Calendar. Although this phenomenon receives very little media coverage, all famous religions consider this prophecy to be true and a number of governments have already started 2012 preparedness plans. 2012 is believed to be the end of the world as it’s the year the Mayan Calendar ends and also the Chinese book of change predicts a “zero state” to happen on that date. If you have come to terms with this reality, then you might want to make use of the next 2012 survival suggestions before the big day comes, after all you just have a limited time to get ready for it:

Get Books And Watch Educational Tv Shows

I will highly recommend to watch informative television shows and to get books on 2012 as well as scientific researches.
Having deep knowledge will provide you with the mindset that this is a crucial matter and must be given instant awareness. Discover other means of stopping it from coming, and in case you discovered one, act on it as quickly
as you can.

Be Part Of A Survival Group

To increase your chances of survival, enter a survival group. You possibly can finish the preparations earlier than doomsday and it may also increase your ways and means. The survival group you’re becoming a member of must have the same objectives as yours so you’re all in agreement and can work as one to acquire this goal.

Storing Water

Water is with no doubt basic need that you would need to organize in case any disaster will happen. It’s because your body needs water to perform all the biological processes that will keep you healthy. Storing clean drinking water for you and your loved ones that may be available when the need for it comes must be your first priority.

Pay Attention To The Expiry Dates

Be aware of the expiry dates found on the pre-packed foods that you’re going to put in storage. If you fail to verify when your foods would expire, then the whole point of storing these foods is mainly defeated, since these items would be of no use to you in the future. Just remember to get foods which have the longest shelf-life possible so
you can use them on 2012.

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Hurricanes can cause catastrophic damage to coastlines and several hundred miles inland. Winds can exceed 155 miles per hour. Hurricanes and tropical storms can also spawn tornadoes and microbursts, create storm surges along the coast, and cause extensive damage from heavy rainfall.

Hurricanes are classified into five categories based on their wind speed, central pressure, and damage potential. Category Three and higher hurricanes are considered major hurricanes, though Categories One and Two are still extremely dangerous and warrant your full attention. Hurricanes can produce widespread torrential rains. Floods are the deadly and destructive result. Slow moving storms and tropical storms moving into mountainous regions tend to produce especially heavy rain.

Excessive rain can trigger landslides or mud slides, especially in mountainous regions. Flash flooding can occur due to intense rainfall. Flooding on rivers and streams may persist for several days or more after the storm. If a hurricane is likely in your area, you should:

• Secure your home, close storm shutters, and secure outdoor objects or bring them indoors.

• Turn off utilities if instructed to do so. Otherwise, turn the refrigerator thermostat to its coldest setting and keep its doors closed.

• Turn off propane tanks.

• Avoid using the phone, except for serious emergencies.

• Moor your boat if time permits.

• Ensure a supply of water for sanitary purposes such as cleaning and flushing toilets. Fill the bathtub and other large containers with water. You should evacuate under the following conditions:

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