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Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Important Message From The Hopis: A Hopi Elder Speaks

As we get closer to the year 2012, Mother Earth's changes become more profound and intense everyday and life becomes more stressful and challenging as a result.  The recent Japan earthquake and tsunami literally turned the lives upside down of the Tokyo residents and life will never be the same.  Unfortunately, as much as no one wants to face the reality of these devastating events hitting closer to home in the USA, the potential for natural disasters increase tremendously, leaving all of us extremely vulnerable.  

The following information I want to share with you is intended to empower you, not cause fear, and I write these words with love and kindness from my heart.  I've seen all too often what happens when people choose not to prepare themselves for the eventuality of potential natural disasters and it's not good. Please read the following tips to understand and learn how you can empower yourself and take the necessary action steps to protect your family and be safe and healthy: 

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  1. Learn to be self-sufficient and own land acreage in common with like-minded Kindred Spirits in a healthy safe region that's higher ground.
  2. Grown your own healthy organic vegetable garden, herb garden, and fruit groves.
  3. Make sure you have your own clean source of water, preferably a well or spring.
  4. Learn to live off-grid and install your own safe alternative green energy power sources: solar, wind, and hydro (water).

There are several informative websites that can help you and your family learn to prepare for the upcoming Earth changes and stressful challenges.

Please visit and tune in to their live Internet radio show to listen to guests who are experts on the topics of survival, living off-grid, and healthy, safe, alternative, green lifestyle.  Please read the following website to read A Hopi Elder Speaks: for more information and please share with your dear friends and loved ones!    Education is empowering!

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