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“In order to survive you must be proactive this requires Knowledge-Wisdom-Insight and the application of Risk Management Planning and Preparation to the true state of affairs”

― VonSpreck


Being proactive means being able to anticipate what the future will be, and to react accordingly before it actually happens. This requires KnowledgeWisdomInsight. There is an old saying knowledge is power, a common misconception as the original version (by Sir Francis Bacon) did not refer to “personal power”, but to “control of nature”.

Knowledge Is the accumulation of information, facts and skills that you have learned or experienced.

Wisdom is the ability to discern and decipher which aspects of knowledge are true, in order to apply the knowledge and take appropriate action. Therefore Wisdom is “Doing”

Insight is expanded awareness of the deepest level of knowing the underlying nature of knowledge, and the essence of Wisdom. It is a clearer perception and understanding of the true reality of Life.

In conclusion if Knowledge is information and wisdom is doing through discernment and application of knowledge, then Insight; is the awareness and knowing of the underlying essence of truth. Therefore Knowledge applied by wisdom and true insight equals Power!

Survival Sanctuary Leaders have True Insight and classified  Intelligence reports that has been verified. The United States will experience a complete social, political and economic collapse by 2017. The effects will be worldwide and will result in WAR. Each Survival Sanctuary location has been strategically chosen counting with abundant resources. and medicine to last our community members for several years during the transition period of the disaster.

The recent disasters (e.g. terrorist attacks, hurricanes, tsunamis, radiation leakages) have had a great impact on human psyche and had increased efforts towards safety and emergency response. Most of us have read a news story and often wondered how did someone survive? How did they move on after a devastating emotional shock? What does it really take to survive; and foremost, what kind of survivor are you? While the wish to survive is intrinsic to human nature, case studies indicate that the more familiar and prepared you are to a certain situation, the higher are your chances to survive.

Emergency plans typically comprise four elements: Mitigation, Preparedness, Response, and Recovery. Mitigation involves efforts to prevent hazards from developing into disasters and to steps that can be taken both in advance of and during response to lessen the likelihood of damage and reduce the impacts. Preparedness involves the development of comprehensive and detailed emergency operational plans. This includes training, emergency drills, and plan maintenance and revisions. Response involves mobilizing first responders and providing support services at the disaster area or even evacuation from the affected site. Finally, recovery involves reestablishing normal operations.

There are also well known reasons why people do not survive. One example is what is called the Incredulity Response – people simply don’t believe what they are seeing. On a ferryboat that sunk in the Baltic Sea, 852 passengers died, because many victims couldn’t move, they were “frozen to the spot”, watching the tragedy take place before their own eyes.

Brain-lock is another reason for deaths. Some respond to the shock of a situation by forgetting to think. Under stress, people seem to forget what they’re supposed to do and panic. Panicking is the worst you can do when trying to survive. Therefore, awareness and preparedness are key factors for having a successful response.

In conclusion, the only way to survive an upcoming disaster is to plan and prepare. You cannot survive this disaster alone; you will need to be part of a like minded community with a complementary diverse skill set.