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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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Universal Order of Creation of Matters

Savers Handbook, as advertised by Geoff Lawton:
Their classic book, The Seed Savers Manual, is one of the best permaculture books I have ever come across.

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distinguishing between sources and books


I haven't read too many books but the books i HAVE read have been worthwhile. How the hell is that possible?

I've always judged books by reading one or two paragraphs. If there's no nonsense in any one or two paragraphs, it's likely to be a good book...
Actually, usually it just takes one paragraph!

There are 2 kinds of people: those who take words and content seriously, and those who don't. People who takes words and meaning seriously tend to do so ALL THE TIME. People who don't, tend to NEVER do so.

It's logical, really; if you stick to 'truth', you become comfortable with it. Data, logic, and common sense that are accurate can be built on. When new data, reasoning and sense are checked against past data, logic, and sense, what one ends up with is a solid pyramid of truth. It's integrity is constantly verified and any past mistakes get corrected. Any new data, reasoning, and sense has a solid foundation.
If, however, one generally doesn't stick to 'truth' and then suddendly does, sticking to truth will make you very UNcomfortable. So you end up AVOIDING it and actually keeping your distance from it.
Words then end up just being about expressing your feelings and opinions. This is a very different mindset and way of life to someone who actually cares what is said.

In the end it's my experience that people who are sloppy in what they say, what they express, and the words they use,, are ALWAYS sloppy in these matters. When such a person writes a book, it's evident on every page, and usually in every paragraph.
Contrarily, if someone cares about what they write, the words they use, and the reasoning they present,, such a person's writing flows. Most likely that's because such a person's thoughts and mind similarly flow and generally make sense.
Hence the two different kinds of people: those whose minds are a jumble of conflicting ideas and those who manage to make sense out of things.

It's obviously not about quantity and similarly, knowing important, necessary, and relevant information isn't about reading endless amounts of books. In fact, i myself have actually gone for YEARS without reading. Not because i didn't wish to, but because i didn't run into anything worthwhile. Which is another aspect of how i accumulated knowledge: i just let it flow and didn't go out looking for books. Not that i wasn't interested. I did browse bookshops once in a while. But like that, literally: i'd browse bookshops ONCE IN A WHILE and i've literally gone for years without reading.
[Actually, during those years, the only reading i did was books by Adi Da. In my experience His books are not only worthwhile but every single one of (all 40 of) them is.]

It turns out that my method works fine. There are obviously too many books out there to even read 1% of them. I've only read the ones that were WRITTEN properly, which logically is because they were written by authors who write properly because they also THINK properly. So in the end i wound up not just reading the best books but the books that are written in a manner that's not frustrating to read. And the best authors, the people with their heads on straight, wrote them.

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Maurice Cotterell


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In 1989 engineer and scientist Maurice Cotterell found a way of calculating the duration of long-term magnetic reversals on the Sun. Using this knowledge he was able to break the codes of ancient sun-worshipping civilizations, first the Mayas of Central America, those of Tutankhamun of Egypt, and the Viracochas’ of South America, before cracking the codes of the Terracotta Warriors of China and the European Celts.
His research explains how the 28-day spinning Sun regulates fertility in females and how it determines personality of the foetus in the womb (sun-sign astrology). It explains how the Sun causes schizophrenia, how mobile phones and overhead power lines cause cancer and how VDU's (TV and computer screens) cause miscarriages. And it explains how the Sun brings periodic catastrophic destruction to Earth every few thousand years.
His own unique decoding process reveals amazing pictures from archaeological treasures that explain the spiritual mysteries of life; why we are born, why we die and why this has to be.
His work, best described as ‘adventure fact’ brings together modern science, spirituality and ancient wisdom to unlock the secrets of the past, the present and the future.
In February, 2010, the UK Institute of Engineering and Technology accepted How Gravity Works—and related matters for deposit in their Research Paper database.
It explains: How Electricity and Magnetism work-together to produce the force of Gravity; the nature of Dark Matter; the reason why spiral galaxies are spiral shaped; the reason why the Earth’s core is red-hot; and, the cause of Permanent Magnetism, that together enable an understanding of the global-warming-and-cooling mechanism.
In June 2010, he finished How Gravity Works-and related matters, Part 2, which explains: How gravity waves can be generated and used to provide unlimited supplies of free energy; how antigravity waves can be used in place of electrolysis to produce unlimited supplies of free hydrogen, to power vehicles; and, how antigravity waves can be used to cause the disintegration of hydrogen-containing matter (phasor weapons technology). It also describes how Electricity works at atomic level and why a magnetic field is produced when a current flows, why the field is proportional to current flow, and why the field is 90° to the direction of current
FUTURESCIENCE explains how electricity and magnetism work together to produce the force of Gravity and in so doing reveals the underlying science behind Newton's equation that he tried in vain to uncover; the reason why Gravity is proportional to the masses of two attracting objects, why it grows weaker in proportion to the square of the distance between them, the nature of the mysterious 'Gravitational Constant'—that continues to perplex researchers to this day—and why all objects accelerate to Earth at 32 feet per second.
It explains why the atom is comprised of 8 orbital shells and why the shells fill with electrons the way that they do.
It explains how permanent magnetism works at atomic level, the nature of so-called 'dark matter', the reason why spiral galaxies are spiral shaped, why the centre of the Earth is red-hot, and how the Earth's magnetic field is generated.
It explains how to generate gravity waves to produce unlimited quantities of free energy, and antigravity waves, to produce unlimited supplies of free hydrogen to power cars of the future. And it explains how antigravity waves can be used to cause the molecular disintegration of matter (phasor weapons).
It explains how the 28-day spinning Sun regulates fertility in females, how it determines human behaviour and personality (Astrology) and how it causes global-warming-and-global-cooling.
The Author returns to the beginning of 'time' to explain how the Universe began and reveals the first ever pictures of God, and Jesus, decoded from the treasures of ancient sun-worshipping civilizations.
FUTURESCIENCE is for the general reader with no previous knowledge of Science.

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survival & basics


Carla Emery's Encyclopedia of Country Living ]torrent

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TEOTWAWKI & establishing civilization


The following basics are essential for understanding and achieving...

Society & Psychological Health:
- Alice Miller
- Peter Kropotkin
- the Billings or ovulation method (for planning pregnancy)

The world & universal laws:
- globe of the world
- chart of the periodic table
- encyclopaedia

Technology:
- electricity
- metallurgy
- knowledge of the elements [periodic table]

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health, diet, eating, preparing food, farming


#/books/4543786951]immortality & breatharianism

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=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1354518641&sr=1-1&keywords=John+Kallas]Edible Wild Plants by John Kallas

]Minerals for the Genetic Code

=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1369013360&sr=1-1&keywords=rare+earths+forbidden+cures]Rare Earths: Forbidden Cures

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bare necessities [part 1 of 2]


The following extremely short selection of books is comprised of essential information for anyone who manages to survive TEOTWAWKI. Mankind will be thrown back into the stone age, just like our ancestors were, and it's up to individuals to make intelligent and informed choices for future mankind. Frankly, it's more about mankind than about individual survival, since billions will be effected by what survivors of TEOTWAWKI do today. What's one life compared to that? The books you manage to save for posterity could change the course of history.

We live in a paradoxical time in which internet offers information and sources of all ages and all places, while simultaneously mainstream culture treats internet as something that's only about porn, social media, and online shopping. The following list of books is based on decades of educational reading followed by 15 years of taking advantage of what internet has to offer. Therefore, to [sign in to see URL]% of folks, it will seem strange. So i will explain each choice.

I have a carefully selected library that's the result of a lifetime of curiosity. It's about 5 meters in length, plus an Encyclopaedia Brittanica. Of all of these books, i have chosen the following 8 books as the ones i would never leave behind. Having said that, there are books that i deem worthy of being on the list, but the contents thereof can be easily known by heart, like The Billings Method of how to naturally avoid pregnancy and be able to determine the gender of your children. However, since books are heavy and take the place of other essentials, i would leave such books behind in a pinch.
Now without further ado...

1: The 12th Planet by Zecharia Sitchin
2: The Land of No Horizon by Kevin & Matthew Taylor
3: For Your Own Good by Alice Miller
4: Periodic Tales by Hugh Aldersey-Williams
5: The Knee of Listening by Adi Da Samraj
6: Sacred and Herbal Healing Beers by Stephen Buhner
7: The Secret Teachings of Plants by Stephen Buhner
8: Wild Fermentation by Sandor Katz


The 12th Planet by Zecharia Sitchin
History may seem quaint knowledge and nothing essential, but knowledge of who and what we are, of mankind's true roots, is about knowing yourself. "Know thyself." It doesn't get more basic than that.
Zecharia Sitchin's unique life work shows us our true roots. The more than 50,000 Sumerian 6000 year old clay tablets prove that mankind is not alone on this planet, that our roots go back a few hundred thousand years [i.e. neither a creationist few thousand, nor evolutionary millions], and that Planet X has been common knowledge before. Fairly recent scientific research from various disciplines confirms things mentioned in The 12th Planet, like the fact that human DNA only goes back a few hundred thousand years.
If you don't know about mankind's history, all kinds of crazy ideas take the place of knowledge and understanding.

The Land of No Horizon by Kevin & Matthew Taylor
A similar story applies to the matter of Hollow Earth, as clearly and comprehensively explained by father and son Taylor. I had researched the matter of Hollow Earth extensively before i ran into this book, and i had already accepted the truth of it as evident, but that depth of knowledge and understanding provided here clears up all kinds of questions one runs into in relation to hollow planets, like how can there be a miniature sun inside a planet?, how do they grow to be hollow?, and many others. It explains why all planets are spherical [contrary to small celestial objects], how come the Anunnaki (mentioned in The 12th Planet) discovered that Homo Erectus was already [!] a genetically modified being.

For Your Own Good by Alice Miller
The psychologist Alice Miller spent her life researching infant [not childhood, but infant!] traumas and how they effect adults. Mainstream psychology ignores her research, despite the many bestsellers she's put out, because her findings are contrary to politics and conventional culture's notions about humanity. Her research clearly argues how people often [the Milgram Experiment suggests that it applies to 75% of modern people!] lose contact with basic human feelings and are thereby able to commit genocide, torture, etc. Her research clearly suggests that if one would establish a truly humane society, one that might literally be called civilized, one would need to consciously and conscientiously consider the treatment of infants as primary. Babies that do not suffer through Black Pedagogics can then grow up to be courageous [especially, they're able to face confrontational truths], intelligent, and empathetic.

Periodic Tales by Hugh Aldersey-Williams
Through electricity and global trade mankind was able to get a grip on the periodic table of the elements. This is the foundation of modern society. Though mankind has only seen how technology has succeeded in serving the powerful and devastating the planet, if one were to acknowledge research like that of Alice Miller and allow mankind the time it needs to come to grips with sophisticated technology [which will never happen if Planet X comes by any time soon], technological advancements in the future could lead to a civilization, prosperity, and happiness as our generation can only dream of.
It's also a strategic point; if you would establish a culture that would not only embrace empathic and civilized society, one would do well to also have the technological superiority to keep barbaric humans at bay. I'm not talking weapons, but building big ships is also something that takes a whole lot more knowledge than people had in the last stone age.

The Knee of Listening by Adi Da Samraj
Spirituality is part of life. I have researched many spiritual teachings and teachers. IMHO there are no teachings that compare to that of Adi Da Samraj. It's personal of course. I'm just saying, i would bring along at least one of His books.

Sacred and Herbal Healing Beers by Stephen Buhner
All long-lived cultures in the world have a tradition of alcoholic beverages. To modern man this may sound evil or ignorant. Modern culture has a holier-than-thou approach towards alcoholic drinks, based on politics, history, and prejudice. However, if you can get over the culture you live in, you cannot but recognize that people haven't drunken alcoholic beverages because they were all (inherently and fundamentally) evil people [the pseudo-christian take on mankind], but for good reason. It should be understood that distilled alcohol is a relatively recent development of Arabic culture [and when liquor started getting abused, Islamic leaders discussed putting down the law to discourage drinking it; "it", in this case, being "the distilled alcohol" which is what is meant by the word "alcohol", of Arabic origin].
Buhner's book contains an incredible amount of herbal and medicinal lore. Considering the documentary How Beer Saved the World, the value and importance of alcoholic beverages is commonly utterly misunderstood and unknown but anyone interested in establishing a society that is complete and whole should know what they're doing and why.

The Secret Teachings of Plants by Stephen Buhner
Buhner's herbal teachings are among the most complete and in depth in the world. In this book he offers one the understanding of how to establish your own herbal lore! It turns out that herbal knowledge the world over did not come about after centuries or millennia of trial and error, but rather is about knowing how to listen to the plant kingdom and learn from it. No herbal knowledge or book could ever be complete enough to encompass all the plants in your area, but if you're able to find out by yourself how to become a herbalist, that offers real knowledge, insight, and security.

Wild Fermentation by Sandor Katz
Just as all long-lived cultures in the world have fermented drinks, they have all had things like cheese, sour kraut, kimchi, miso, etc. etc. etc. Of course it would be better to take the necessary bacterial cultures with you to your survival location, just like you would take any genetic information like seeds or animals, but if you at least know enough about how such things work, that will be a boon to future generations. Our generation suffers a lot from modern global culture, with radiation and pollution coming at us from all sides, and we would therefore be severely remiss if we did not take advantage of what the global community has to offer us. Most ancient cultures only had one or two fermented foods, but we can take with us to a new world a whole range of options. But only if we save such information.

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The below books go into how internet came about. This is relevant as it sheds light on how we do what we do... Apparently, internet was not a gift bestowed on us by the govt [through the military] but it was a development that came about in spite of such forces. Based on the two basic principes of know yourself and know the forces that surround you, this is important knowledge for understanding the world today and how it came about. Especially it shines light on that greatest of modern developments: telecommunication/internet.
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TEOMCROTE and 5 other titles i'm working on


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]Making crystals: Crystal Research and Technology [necessary for growing corundum, one of the hardest substances known to man]
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]Anton Parks books in English


periodic table: ]Periodic Tales [link to review]

]List of books that Jordan Maxwell advises (and sells)
]Survival Communications

- ]Caveman Chemistry

1: Truly Cultured Rejuvenating Taste, Health and Community With Naturally Fermented Foods
2: ]Making Algae Biodiesel at Home
=sr_1_6?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1313047088&sr=1-6#_]The Art of Fire - Beginning Glassblowing
Woolley & Rachel Bevan - Hemp lime Construction: A guide to building with lime hemp composites
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Vinci models: You Can Build it Yourself
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- ]The Bio-diesel Bible

]Ancestral Skills

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