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TEOMCROTE = TEOTWAWKI on steroids! The End Of Mankind's Current Reign Over The Earth takes into account that our ancestors were neither suicidal, stupid, nor our genetic inferiors but still wound up getting wiped off the Earth. Whereas CSER [cser.org: Centre for Study of Existential Risk] tries to PREVENT this dispensation from coming to an end, TEOMCROTE works from the eventuality/possibility/probability that the end our age takes place and what to do then

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]Making soap with caustic soda and oil

For more powerful cleaning action, pour 1 cup lemon juice into the washer during the wash cycle. The natural bleaching action of the juice will zap stains and remove rust and mineral discolorations from cotton T-shirts and briefs and will leave your clothes smelling fresh. Your clothes will turn out brighter and also come out smelling lemon-fresh.

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Did you know that most of the modern world uses MMS (sodium chlorite)? Its true, however, most of people use it as a cleaner. Because it is a chlorine variant (it is sodium chlorite and NOT sodium hypochlorite, the chlorine you wash with or they dump in the public pool) it kills germs instantly. (This of course is why most of the MMS community takes it for their health.)
Let's say you want to use it to clean off the kitchen counter after cooking. No problem. Just dilute 4 drops of MMS in 1 gallon of water and spray on the surface. Let it set about 20 seconds and wipe off. You can use higher concentrations if you like. Just test and see if you like the results. Keep in mind that it might fade or bleach any cloth you are using.
How does it work? When sodium chlorite is mixed with water it makes chlorine dioxide which is the real magic.
If you do make up a gallon know that you can't store it for forever. I recommend making up a gallon, doing your deep clean for the week and then use the rest to scrub the toilets or floor.
Then just make some fresh next week. At just 4 drops it is much cheaper than most nasty cleaners from the store. Let's say you pay $20 for a 4 oz bottle. That bottle has over 500 drops in it. So you are only paying about about 4 pennies a drop. So there you go… clean your house with MMS for 16 cents.
We also have reports of people using the MMS Basic Detox protocol with the baking soda in it as an effective disinfectant as it is activated with citric acid but has the pH reduced by the baking soda. What about fish tanks?

Use as a cleaner / sanitizer for fish holds, tanks, totes or other area that holds seafood, it works differently than chlorine. Chlorine dioxide and stabilized sodium chlorite sanitizer have some surprising cleaning properties. Because the solution carries oxygen to the organic soil, the bio-film breaks down and the microscopic barrier that acts as a defense to chlorine or some alkaline products is removed. When the barrier is broken, the enzymatic properties attack the microorganisms between the barrier and the surface of the tank, thus removing this bio-film layer and killing the underlying bacteria that is holding onto the surface. You will find a clean and renewed surface that won't be harboring Listeria, E. coli and Salmonella. A tank cleaned and sanitized with sodium chlorite will stop cross contamination of microorganisms to your new catch.

Chlorine Dioxide is not corrosive like other sanitizer which suits itself well for cleaning and sanitizing of sensitive equipment. Contact time for an effective kill is less than most other types of sanitizer, down to seconds from minutes further enhancing the effectiveness.

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How To Clean and Season Old, Rusty Cast Iron Skillets:

1. Place your rusty skillet in the sink and sprinkle a couple tablespoons of salt into it.
2. Take your chunk of potato and start scrubbing. The moisture from the potato will be enough to help the salt dig in to the rust.

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potash & lye


]How to Make Soap Indoors From Potash
Often soap is made with potassium hydroxide, which means needing calcium hydroxide, but here's a recipe using just potash:
- dissolve 5 lb. of potash in a gallon of warm water
- pour in 5 lb. of strained grease, stirring
- remove the mixture from the heat, and have several cups of cold water on hand. Stir in the cold water a little at a time until the mixture is thinned out and approaching liquid, and then add a pint of sea salt, stirring well. Put the mixture aside to sit overnight
- separate the soap from the (liquid) lye the next day
- bring it slowly to a boil and let it boil for 15 minutes
- pour off the lye, as more will have separated from the soap. If you're using molds, you can just pour off the lye from the top of the molds. If the soap is still in one piece in a pan, you should also be able to pour it off carefully. Let dry before cutting it into bars, and afterward let the bars dry for several days before using

lye = sodium hydroxide
Potash is the white fluffy ash left over after a fire of hard wood has completely burned down. When this is mixed with water, one has lye (then the potash is hydrated).

Mix this with oil => soap.

Must be down when warm but a warm day should suffice. One recipe said 160 degrees Fahrenheit.
Mix well.

One example of recipe:
•16.5 oz. Sunflower Oil
•7 oz. Coconut Oil
•5.5 oz. Potassium Hydroxide KOH
•16.5 oz. Distilled Water for the Lye Mixture
•40 oz. Distilled Water to dilute the soap paste
•Either 2 oz. of boric acid or 3 oz. of borax mixed into 10 or 6 oz. of water

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Add orange peels (or any citrus peel) to a quart of white vinegar in a closed container and let it set for two weeks. Then you just strain it, add water to the solution until it's about 50/50 and put it a seal-able bottle. It works great on floors, tiles, fixtures, kitchen and bath, e
tc. It’s antibacterial, smells good and it's tough on dirt and grease.

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deodorant


]Here's How To Make Non-Toxic Long Lasting Organic Deodorant or Coconut Oil Deodorant
Ingredients: 6-8 Tbsp Coconut oil (solid state) 1/4 cup baking soda 1/4 cup arrowroot powder or cornstarch (arrowroot is preferred)
Directions: Combine equal portions of baking soda & arrowroot powder. Slowly add coconut oil and work it in with a spoon or hand blender until it maintains a firm but pliable texture. It should be about the same texture as commercial deodorant, solid but able to be applied easily. If it is too wet, add further arrowroot powder/cornstarch to thicken.

]All-Natural Coconut Deodorant
- 1/4 cup coconut oil, melted

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1/8 cup cornstarch

- 1/8 cup arrowroot powder

- Optional: Essential oils of choice (optional)
- Optional: 1 Tbsp baking soda (some people are sensitive to this ingredient)
Combine ingredients in a mixing bowl. When well combined, add in a drop or two of your favorite essential oil.
Lastly, pour into an empty deodorant container, or simply pour into a small Mason jar and refrigerate for 15 minutes. Remove from the refrigerator and use as needed.

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