Survival in Chaos

TWO WORLDS TOGETHER. PROPHECY 01:01:03

  1. When anarchy arises, one has to have had a plan for survival. The first on the list of this plan is to have secure secret storage of dry foods such oats, maize meal, rice and flour, and of wet foods of canned items; and you have to have a pre-planned known secure water supply. These choices are individual to each prepper.
  2. However, when it comes to “long term” food, water and personal security, you cannot plan on an individual basis. It has to be done in community. A trust has to be formed amongst a neighbourhood or brotherhood of survivalists and preppers. This brotherhood must be totally inclusive of like-minded people and totally exclusive of an “us and them” mentality. Religious, racist, sexist, class, poverty or disability prejudices must be completely eliminated. The only criteria should be that the neighbourhood or brotherhood are like-minded survivalist people yoked together with ubiquitous ideas. Those who are not, are simply not included because they are not devotees of the yoke.
  3. Never forget that the starving and warring around you will steal your food to satisfy their hunger, and they may descend into terrorism to create looting and more chaos, so they would clearly not be part of The Two Worlds Together (TWT) Yoke. I will deal with this aspect in a future post, but basically your aim ought to be that you move yourselves into a place where they are not.
  4. Another reason for developing COMMUNITIES of TWT Yokes of devotees is that it is impossible to grow vegetables and care for livestock for future food “on your own”. You need Yokes of devoted people to stop insects and browsing animals from destroying your unprotected primary production, and you need many hands to nurture the productivity.  

This post has been replicated on our web-page headed TWT.

More prophecy posts will follow from time to time, but if you want to learn more about TWT, a book is available and you can search your browser for TWO WORLDS TOGETHER by Mark Bakker.

Published by stegi

I imagine stuff. Imagination is the seed of every innovation and the beginning of all knowledge. Every car, boat, bridge and plane originated in imagination. Knowledge or science or physics analyzing how imagined things work can only develop after conception of the imagined things in the minds of those who imagined them. Imagination is thus very important, even although it is simply a fragile indefinable egress of ideas. It is something that cannot be taught or learnt. You cannot get a Doctorate in Imagination from any university, yet universities would not exist without it. Sir George Cayley philosophised about aircraft lift whilst still at school and later published his ideas in the Journal of Natural Philosophy. He then went on to become an engineer to pursue his dreams and to develop his aerofoil concepts. Thus every aircraft that has ever flown has done so because of the dream of a philosopher who later became a scientist to prove his philosophising and to promote the science that proved it. So please treasure philosophy, and if you are in physics, please do not treat it with derision. Some imagination is fiction. On the other hand some postulates cannot be proved to be false. If they cannot be proven false they eventually become fact. This even applies to observations of nature - the theories of evolution and of relativity came out of mind but subsequently proven to the satisfaction of science and physics to be fact and not figment. It is not up to figment to provide statistics and data. That is the domain of the sciences. Thus philosophy comes first and science either proves or disproves it.

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