In the past 50 years we have seen and documented more environmental changes than in all of recorded history. Why are these things happening now? Is man contributing to, or the cause of the problem? Or is this just a natural cycle that we happen to be living through in our time? Whatever the answers to these questions you can be sure of one thing: our Earth's environment is changing and we are living during that time of change. We need to be sure of this and not be complacent. The time for us to learn what to do is now and not after disaster strikes us and our families.
This book is not strictly about stockpiling guns, medical supplies, food, and water, then barricading your family in a concrete house somewhere in the wilderness. This is about understanding what is changing, why it's changing, and what you can do to protect yourself and your family under these unknown circumstances. Physical preparation is important, but it's not the only thing that needs to be done and it definitely should NOT be done without correct understanding and attitude. The book's unique approach to being prepared for the coming change is more than just physical preparation from a survivalist standpoint. Rather than use a strict guns-and-glory generic survival plan for everyone, the reader is given general guidelines with the proper thought provoking questions to spark a better attitude. Throughout the text the reader is asked questions that only he or she can answer. This approach allows everyone to prepare and learn according to their own understanding and ability.
A natural question that comes to everyone's mind is, "What if this doesn't happen?" This is a perfectly valid and understandable question and is directly addressed in the book. The author pulls no punches when it comes to the various facts and predictions listed in the book, their probability of occurring, and the likely outcomes. But he also addresses the non-believer: "One more thing to think about that people always ask me is: "What if this doesn't happen?" That's a good question and a very valid one. What if Earth changes are nothing more than that millennial madness that I mentioned earlier? Look at it this way: How prepared are you to handle even the smallest disaster or upset? Prepared and ready? For how long? A couple of days? A week? A month? Two? Three? What about only being slightly prepared? Maybe if you really think fast when something happens you and your family could survive a week without services and conveniences. How does that make you feel? What if that were the case and the situation in your area lasted two weeks?
Most people are the "It won't happen to me" thinkers. Yet every year a large number of people die because there was a freak tornado, torrential rainstorm, winter snowstorm, power outage, chemical spill, water supply disruption, or even a simple heat wave. Did you ever wonder why people who weren't caught directly in the path of the disaster die in those situations? The answer is obvious; they never thought it would happen to them so they never prepared for it."
Whether you believe in Earth changes or not having this book could save yourself and your family a great deal of hardship, and possibly your life, when something unexpected happens. Why take a chance on your family's future? Be prepared, spiritually, physically, and mentally for the inevitable.