A survival guide PDF document with up-to-date, priceless information on disaster recovery is available now from the experts at Absolute Rights. The preparedness level of modern society is far from adequate, and people aren’t realizing the very real, very dangerous threats to their well-being that take place almost every day, in all corners of the world.
“40 Days and 40 Nights” is the latest release from Absolute Rights, and it’s jam-packed with the most vital survival information compiled from years of firsthand experience. Wallace Streete, a nationally-recognized survivalist and businessman, has joined forces with the leaders in freedom preservation to produce the “40 Days and 40 Nights” training course. It requires every subscribing member to take personal responsibility for the protection of themselves and their loved ones with ultimate emergency preparedness.
The course includes a series of 6 training modules, each dedicated to different aspects of disaster survival. Security, safety, health, nourishment, and communication become ten times more difficult after a natural or man-made crisis. When the economy breaks down and the store shelves are empty, self-sufficiency is the only way to make it through with your life.
“40 Days and 40 Nights” forces accountability and critical thinking to fully prepare for any disaster. It shares the 25 threats that should be monitored constantly, as well as the three keys to psychological survival. After all, you’ll need your mind sharp after learning about all the threats faced during the aftermath of a disaster.
Survivalist mentalities have grown in frequency and volume over the last several years, and created a full community of people striving for complete preparedness. The community has a wide range of worries, experience levels, and preparation skills, but what they all have in common is the frame of mind they need to survive the worst.
An article that has made the rounds through the survivalist crowds is this 2006 Roanoke Times commentary, in which a Virginia businessman makes his case for the inevitable end of our fossil fuel supply.
“Our society is stumbling with obliviousness and nonchalance into a new and horrible epoch,” said the article. “History has shown that when complex societies have collapsed, they have done so quickly and unexpectedly. Why would ours be immune or different?”
The chances of a collapse are increasingly imminent, with the population booming and the quality food supplies dwindling. The piece goes on to share this list of unforgettable lessons: “Just because horrible things haven’t happened in recent memory doesn’t mean they won’t happen now. And, we ignore nature’s power at significant peril, and nature doesn’t care if we’re having a nice day. And, the notion that we’re all in this together is not comforting. And finally: Adequate preparation really matters.”
Those are words that match perfectly with the objective of “40 Days and 40 Nights.” The real point of the training course is to give people a chance to develop their survival skills and ensure the highest hopes of staying alive in the most deadly scenarios possible. The training system, complete with its survival guide PDF, video lessons, additional assignments, and unprecedented disaster information, is now available for subscription. To learn more, go to http://www.40daysofsurvival.com/.