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survival book vault
There now exists in the world a stash of books, seeds, etc. for survivors or later generations after TEOMCROTE.
I have buried a supply of the following books and other items, covered in concrete, and protected by a pile of rocks:
- Periodic Tales by Hugh Aldersey-Williams
- Caveman Chemistry by Kevin Dunn
- The Biillings Method by Evelyn Billings
- Thou Shalt Not Be Aware by Alice Miller
- The 12th Planet by Zecharia Sitchin
- The Land of no Horizon by Kevin & Matthew Taylor
- The Secret of the Dark Stars by Anton Parks
- Primitive Technology I & II from The Society of Primitive Technology
- Born to Run by Christopher McDougall
- Reed's Sextant Simplified by Dag Pike
- a tiny atlas
- poster of the Peters Projection map of the world
- poster of the table of periodic elements
- prints of my TEOMCROTE books so far
They were all in hard plastic containers to keep them waterproof. I went up to about 1750 meters on a mountain in Morocco and found a good spot where people nearly never come. Even if someone does, though, they won't be able to spot the stash.
Hopefully if the !@#$ hits the fan i'll be able to retrieve the lot then. If i manage to set up a better option, i can retrieve them and add them to the better location. Worst case-best case scenario: someone in later times finds the seeds and books and can (learn to) understand the English and appreciate what they have to offer.
For those who've looked into my writings at teomcrote.co.nf, i.e. into my book TEOMCROTE and others [see banner of this blog right at the top of your screen], it should be clear that the above collection of books is probably like none other in the world. It's not just about technology, it's about what our age has uncovered about being human. But not in the politically correct sense, rather in the scholarly sense. Where did we come from? What is the source of strife? What is good and what is bad? The above books explain these things without having to refer to some axiom or assumption.
Would even some literate person have the pegs to compute what they hold? Unlikely. But just like people nowadays do not have the pegs to digest such literature, still they exist and are out there for the few who might [like myself] understand their content in spite of mainstream culture. And if i had had centuries to use this kind of information, i might have been able to do great things, is what i believe and hope. So perhaps there will come a day when mankind will be able to apply this knowledge and transcend (what i prefer to call) sophisticated barbarism [i.e mainstream authoritarian culture].
Last edited by TheLivingShadow, 7/27/2015, 3:48 am
7/27/2015, 3:29 am
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