In preparation for potential threats to your life and property, Beyond 50 recommends that you stock up on what's needed for your basic survival and learn from experts about preparedness practices, just in case of an emergency when SHTF.
Potential Threat: ATM machines have recently been rolled out by the University of Virginia Credit Union that is made by Hyosung from China and you'll need to prove you've been vaccinated in order to access your money. There is also a feature to scan your hand for a bio-metric reading.
- If you're lost in the great outdoors, get a mini-satellite, two-way texting device with global satellite coverage. It also has a GPS built in and 3-axis compass that's made by Garmin.
- Grow an indoor garden of sprouts from seeds using sprout trays that you can transport on rollers.
- Unique items to store your valuables: the end of a roller hairbrush, SPAM can safe, wall clock, ceramic flower pot, and air vent that is a wall safe.
- The 100 Preps to Buy at Home Depot (See Video Above)
Potential Threat: The UN wants over 593 million illegals living in the United States by 2050. The current population of America is 332 million. This is part of the plan to destroy the national sovereignty of Western Nations.
- Get a Faraday cell phone bag with pockets and a built-in sleeve for signal-blocking, anti-tracking from Contact Tracers, anti-hacking and EMF reduction.
- For those who like to brew Kombucha, get a live starter culture called a SCOBY that's organic and includes 1.5 cups of strong, mature starter tea. Learn to make different flavors that the whole family can enjoy.
- If there's no toothpaste, a good alternative is to brush with baking soda.
- Easy to Grow Hydroponic Kale, Kratky Style! No need for soil, electricity or pumps. (See Video Above)
Potential Threat: The complete loss of your constitutional rights on a state and national level.
- Make delicious meals like pot pie and pastas with freeze-dried chicken that has a 25-year shelf life and provides 2,100 calories.
- If you need to flee with a pet, wear a breathable, soft mesh sling made of leather that you can wear over your front body to carry your small companion. There are three sizes available to hold a weight of 5 - 14 lbs., hands-free.
- Use a bamboo washboard to wash your clothes when there's no electricity and hang them up to dry on an elastic, portable clothesline with clothespins attached.
- Prepare for Riot Season 2021: fires, looting, and shooting. If you live in a Democrat-run city, the criminals are likely to be charged and not arrested, then immediately released. For those who have to defend your home or business against these rioters, you may be arrested! (See Video Above)
Potential Threat: Signs of hyperinflation and election fraud in America resembles the collapse of Venezuela.
- When there's no electricity, use a non-electric carpet and floor sweeper that good picking up human messes and pet hairs.
- Grow an herbal tea garden with medicinal herb seeds that are non-GMO: chammomile, lemon balm, lavender, mint, sage, holy basil, dandelion, leaf fennel, echinacea, and calendula.
- Need to take a shower when there's no bathroom facilities? You can turn most 1 - 2 liter bottles into a portable shower with this product.
- Bury a Can of Sardines in Your Garden and This Amazing Thing Happens! (See Video Above)
Potential Threat: The emergence of a corporate technocracy to replace America as a republic with a constitution.
- One of the most organized preparedness groups in America is the Yavapai County Preparedness Team in Arizona.
- Use of skunk water (as a spray) to ward off attackers. It's natural and non-lethal. The smell can make your attacker sick to their stomach. Skunk Water has been used effectively by law enforcement for crowd control.
- Long-lasting powdered foods: dried whole eggs, butter, goat's milk, and coconut milk.
- Learn to make Kimchi - a fermented and spicy cabbage dish from Korea. It can help build a healthy gut biome to boost the immune system and can be stored in the refrigerator for 3 - 6 months. (See Video Above)
Potential Threat: The return of endless wars where America is militarily involved on several war fronts.
- Buy junk silver to barter for necessities during an economic collapse. A good source is through Apmex.com.
- Use a solar home security system with a 1/2 Mile Long Range to detect motion outdoors and it's weather resistant.
- If you don't have eggs for making baked goods, substitute by soaking chickpeas in water to obtain the gelatinous liquid from it called aquafaba that has an egg-like consistency.
- Find out why many Amish businesses have a 90% success rate within a 5-year period. (See Video Above)
Potential Threats: Defunding of police and closing of prisons across America.
- Grow your foods in a vertical garden with a built-in composter where you can throw your food scraps in the middle of the planter for worms to break them down into organic fertilizer for adding nutrients to the soil. It can grow 50 plants: vegetables, herbs and flowers.
- You can download Wikipedia's entire site to your device for offline use all 6 million articles. Thousands of life-saving tips would be available to you, even if the internet was down for the rest of the world.
- Find out the time from nature by using a sundial.
- Learn to build a small pontoon boat out of a plastic barrel and other low-cost parts like PVC pipes and poles, some wood, plus 4-inch tubes for $51. (Video Shown Above)
Potential Threat: You live in a city that is prone to race wars and riots. Or, your suburb is being targeted for rioting by a radical group.
- If you have no power or no cell phone service service, you can use a satellite phone and rent a portable satellite internet.
- Top 10 Tools Every Prepper Should Have: set of socket wrenches, power drill, grinder, dremel tool, hatchet/axe, machete, crowbar, saw, welder.
- Start building a library of prepping books, like "When Technology Fails" and "The Encyclopedia of Country Living".
- Learn about the best, small camper trailers with bathrooms that are newer, 2021 models. (See Video Above)
Potential Threat: You've lost your job and have to rely on Universal Basic Income (UBI) with a digital wallet that is tied in with social credits that controls you and limits your basic freedoms.
- If you need to take a bath, you can soak in a foldable bathtub that's lightweight and made of non-toxic PVC materials. Great for babies, pets, and adults.
- Get a Battery Safebag that can store 200 batteries. The case is waterproof, fireproof and explosion proof - made of a silicone coated fiberglass. The bag includes a battery tester. To charge them, you can use a solar battery charger.
- If you want to grow food indoors, you'll need grow lights. For a small space at home, this light, 45 watt LED grow light panel that can swivel 360-degrees and run on 120 volts to power .
- Before the collapse of the Soviet Union (USSR), the government started printing money like crazy. Inflation, followed hyperinflation followed, so prices skyrocketed. Savings, salaries and pensions did not keep up with inflation, wiping them out. Sound familiar? (See Video Above)
Potential Threat: You get an adverse reaction from a vaccine that has not gone through years of clinical trials for safety, leaving you debilitated or near death.
- Make your own electrolyte drink: 1/4 tsp. baking soda + 1/16 tsp. of salt + 1/16 tsp. of epsom salt + flavoring optional (juice/tea/stevia/water enhancer) + 12 - 16 ounces of water.
- For extra comfort and warmth, buy a sheepskin rug for your bed.
- A crowbar comes in handy if you need to break down doors and windows. On a road trip, the headrest of a car seat can be removed to reveal metal rods that are strong enough to break the car's window in an emergency.
- 10 Store Bought Vegetables and Herbs You Can Regrow and Get FREE Seeds! (See Video Above)
Potential Threat: You agree to the government's total debt forgiveness program in exchange for forfeiting ownership of any and all of your property and assets forever.
- To keep a small room warm, use ORIGO Heat Pal 5100 - a non-electric heater. It doubles as a heater and cooker that's lit by denatured alcohol and has a cover to makes it safe for indoor use. Made of aluminum and stainless steel, the unit burns for 5-hours.
- Keep your hands really warm with a Zippo Hand Warmer that can last up to 12 hours from a flameless catalytic burner.
- A full face balaclava can protect your face during a polar vortex. It's lightweight and super-stretch comfortable. Commonly used by skiers.
- Learn how to create a Blackout Bag, just in case of a power outage. (See Video Above)
Potential Threat: Historically, government gun grabs have lead to a great purge.
- For desperate situations, buy Pilot Bread that is Alaska's modern day version of hardtack that can keep almost indefinitely. Eat it like a cracker, like a slice of bread, crumbled in soup, toasted and buttered.
- Add an attachment so you can haul up to 100 lbs. of cargo with your bike.
- Prepare for a medical emergency with a Pet First Aid kit that has 60 pieces, first aid guide book and instructions.
- Learn to make a firewood stove from a small plastic chair and cement. (Video Shown Above)
Potential Threat: The grocery store aisles are empty again from shoppers panic buying.
- Learn how to grow nutrient dense foods with a keyhole garden that saves you water, less weeding, and have higher yields with less space.
- Besides investing in crypto-currencies, there are the mining companies of these digital coins you can buy stocks in like MARA (Marathon Patent Group) that mines Bitcoin. The current value of MARA is $23 per share and climbing.
- The common mantra of preppers to be prepared is to have food, guns, gold, and God. You can add to that transportation, clean water, medicines, energy source, silver, crypto-currency, seeds, communications, and community.
- You can buy prepping gear for less at thrift stores. (See Video Above)
Potential Threat: The introduction of the World Debt Reset program and HealthPass to control you.
- Mini-turbines can be placed in your backyard. This wind turbine has 3 blades to produce up to 1,000 watts.
- If you're driving long distances and tend to fall asleep at the wheel, get Alert Drops that is an all-natural stimulant that boosts your adrenaline. Developed by Anson Williams, he is the actor who played Potsie in the "Happy Days" TV show.
- Prepare for a food shortage by stocking up on heirloom fruit, vegetable, and herbal seeds for several growing seasons. When stored in an ammo box with an o-ring, it can survive disasters.
- This RVer loves to cook with the Solavore Sport that is a solar oven. She shows you how well it works. (See Video Above)
Potential Threat: A cyclical solar storm that creates a global blackout for days or months.
- Protect your head from wireless radiation: 3G, 4G, 5G, Wifi, and Bluetooth. Designed like a beanie, it's a faraday hat made of silver fibers that's machine washable.
- If you need an immediate boost of oxygen, here's a can you can inhale that offers safe-to-use, breathing oxygen to feel better. Provides more than 100, 1-second inhalations.
- Hard to believe, but this windbreaker jacket can repair itself. Poke a hole in it, then rub on it for the hole to close up immediately. It's also weather-resistant.
- Learn how to make a Tesla Coil at home for wireless power transfer. (See Video Above)
Potential Threat: The globalists of the World Economic Forum warn that there will be cyber-attacks that would disrupt the electrical grid.
- You can travel across the country in a micro camper that's shaped like a teardrop that's more comfortable to sleep in than a tent and easier to set up, compared to an RV.
- By freeze-drying your foods, they can last up to 25 years and retain 97% of its nutrition.
- Grow foods in a self-watering urban garden planter that's raised off the ground and can be used indoors or outdoors.
- Learn how to make a vegetarian version of Chicken Broth. (See Video Above)
Potential Threat: The rise of Climate Lockdowns, leading to more collapse of economies worldwide.
- As the value of the dollar drops, the price of gold and silver per ounce goes up. Expect their prices to "skyrocket". Apmex is a reliable source to buy these metals.
- Check out this popular, electric bike with a wagon attached to transport your cargo. As an idea, install a mini-solar generator to power it. Goes 25 - 45 miles per hour.
- Learn how to grow an edible forest garden.
- Infuse your entire gut with natural probiotics (also known as "friendly bacteria") by making a fermented gingerade with organic ginger, brown sugar, and water. (See Video Above)
Potential Threat: Due to more pandemic lockdowns, millions more people will go into financial default from months of overdue mortgages and rents, causing a collapse of banks nationwide.
- Get a durable bugout bag that's waterproof with compression straps, just in case you have to leave your home in an emergency.
- If you need to purify your water, get these germicidal tablets to treat 25 quarts of water. You can drink your treated water in just 35 minutes.
- Head over to Censored.news that is a news aggregation website that harvests real-time headlines from around 40 of the most censored indy news sites on the internet.
- Here's an example of a well-organized pantry that can feed a small family for 1-year. (See Video Above)
Potential Threat: Widespread Cancel Culture is really a form of totalitarianism.
- Help your body adapt to both hot and cold temperatures easily by taking 200 mg. of Vitamin C.
- Duracell now offers a portable, quiet generator that is both solar and gas-powered for emergencies.
- When you have to permanently leave your home in an emergency, here are some of the best rated bug-out vehicles: Mercedes G-Wagon, Jeep Wrangler, Humvee, Ford 4X4 F-Series, Ram Outdoorsman, Toyota 4Runner, Toyota Tacoma.
- Check out these 10 tiny self-defense gadgets that are very effective. As an example, the non-lethal, Bryna HD pistol, shoots compressed CO2 with teargas and powdered pepper substance to incapacitate your attacker up to 60-feet away. And, you don't need a special permit or license to purchase or own. (See Video Above, Right)
Potential Threat: Globalists at the World Economic Forum (WEF) predicts the abolition of private property in 2030. You will own nothing.
- TeleMD has licensed physicians who can give a prescription for Hydroxychloriquine, combined with Zinc, as a preventative measure against COVID-19 or to treat it. This is a special offer by Dr. Jerome Corsi of corsination.com.
- IKEA is now selling tiny homes through their Tiny Home Project with eco-friendly features: solar panels, composting toils, on-demand heated water supply, and more. Cost: $47,550.
- You don't have to buy rolls and rolls of toilet paper. A better alternative: purchase small boxes of 500 standard compressed towels to store a year's supply. They are made of biodegradable, chemical-free cotton. You can wet one lightly that opens to a sturdy fabric for wiping your mess.
- Learn to make your own colloidal silver that is an antimicrobial solution for boosting your immunity. (See Video Above)
Potential Threat: Buy land with its own water supply as a valuable asset before the dollar collapse and Great Reset. As large companies and the wealthy buy them up, these properties will be in short supply.
- You can melt snow for water in an emergency. To produce 5 gallons of water, you'll need to fill 10, 5-gallon buckets of snow.
- The Katana Boy is reputedly the best folding handsaw in the market for construction and yard work. It's extremely sharp to make smooth cuts and is lightweight.
- If you don't have any toothpaste, a good alternative is to brush with baking soda.
- Prepare for water prices to jump. Water begins trading on Wall Street in the Futures Market for fear of shortages. (See Video Above)
Potential Threat: Within 1-year of an electrical grid collapse, about 90% of a country's population would die off from disease, starvation, life-threatening conflicts, accidents and suicide.
- Save on water to grow your food in a Keyhole Garden. This is especially helpful if you live in an arid environment. The compost scraps can be thrown in the middle of the planter to enrich the soil.
- It's good to have a med pack that is a backpack full of emergency supplies on hand when needed. Get one that's uniquely customized by US military veterans and made by a veteran-owned company.
- Quails are easy to raise indoors, like in a basement, spare room or garage. They are not only quiet and require little space, compared to chickens, but also offer 200 eggs annually and meat to eat.
- Learn how to make your own natural herbal shampoo and conditioner with water, fresh herbs, natural soap base, grapeseed oil, apple cider vinegar and essential oil. (See Video Above)
Potential Threat: Rationing of America's resources under the New Green Deal: food, energy, water, medicine, and gas.
- Self-watering planters are a great idea to grow plants or food. The low-maintenance system can be used indoors or outdoors.
- Wear a necklace that hides your ability to send a text a message to 5 emergency contacts by double-pressing it.
- You can purify your water with 5 - 10 drops of bleach for every 1/2 gallon. The amount depends on how cloudy or dirty the water is. It's best to use Clorox brand bleach with no perfume.
- Alaskan Prepper on YouTube lists the top ten things to do right away after the banks collapse. (See Video Above)
Potential Threat: Introduction of the "Great Reset" wherein you get a Universal Basic Income (UBI), forgiveness of ALL your debts, on the condition you agree to FOREVER give up your right to own private property!
- You can make a hot meal with this flameless cookware system that uses water-activated, heating packs that can heat up to 203-degrees Fahrenheit for 30 minutes.
- This backpack is not only water-resistant, but also anti-theft because it has no zippers or pockets at the front of the bag. The main zipper is fully hidden.
- Get a lightweight, foldable bike for urban riding. It can be be stored in a car trunk or closet.
- Check out a Prepper Fest featuring unique products by the vendors. (See Video Above)
Potential Threat: Development of concentration camps for the un-vaccinated.
- When the water is not running, you can turn any 1 liter or 2 liter bottle into a portable shower.
- Get back to the classics: the Stanley Thermos has been around since 1913. Made of steel, it can still keep foods hot or cold for 15-hours. And, you'll love their 3-quart crock food jar to cook food in and is built to last a lifetime.
- If the police don't show up to save you, pretend you're disabled with this cane that can act as 1 million volt stun gun to stop your attacker(s). It also has an LED light built in and costs $90.
- Learn how to make a face mask in under 1 minute with a bandana and two hair bands - No Sewing Required! (See Video Above)
Potential Threat: Another pandemic wave from a mutation of COVID-19 that causes a higher mortality rate and higher rate of infection, leading to mass deaths.
- Get a copy of these three books: "Where There is No Doctor", "Where There is No Dentist" and "Where There is No Pet Doctor."
- This solar table lamp can be used indoors or outdoors to provide a soft light of 50 lumens. Looks great on the night stand. Just charge it by the window or leave outdoors during the daytime. Stays lit for 6 - 8 hours at night and is waterproof with no plug.
- Keep your valuables in a secure, biometric safe box that's made of a think steel. It opens, based on your fingerprints. In case of an emergency, you can use a key to gain access.
- The website, pickyourown.org, can help you search for a pick-your-own farm near you.
- Take a visual tour of a beautiful Cob House that's made from earth, sand and straw. (See Video Above)
Potential Threat: You are targeted to be placed in a re-education center that's government controlled.
- Keep your food and medicine chilled with this solar ice chest when there's no electricity.
- A source of FREE firewood is to drive around after storms and look for houses with downed trees. Just offer to help the homeowner cut up the tree and they will split the wood with you. Or, call your national forest service to take trees that have fallen.
- Learn to make your own waterproof matches three different ways by dipping them in wax, clear nail polish and varnish. (See Video Above)
Potential Threat: Defunding of your city's police can lead to the replacement of them with thugs-for-hire and robo-dogs that will do the policing.
- Have a high-quality gas mask that's comfortable to wear.
- Place this tile on your pet, small kids, keys, or luggage to track them within 400-feet.
- Mark on a map of your your urban and rural areas to locate naturally growing fruit and nut trees, berry bushes, edible mushrooms and herb patches that can be harvested every year.
- Learn how to get water from a wild grape vine. (See Video Above)
Potential Threat: Martial law is declared, leading to civil unrest that leads to citizen clashes with the police and military.
- Wear bamboo fiber clothing. They are anti-bacterial to keep you odor-free; absorbs sweat to stay dry; and very insulating; and is a soft-feeling.
- If you have to sleep out in the winter cold without warm clothing or blankets, use HotHands Body and Hand Super Warmers that last 18-hours. To prevent hypothermia, place the heat packs at the neck for the carotic, at the armpits for the brachial, and at the groin for the femoral artery.
- To prevent injury from a shootout, wear a flexible body armor.
- Buy a kit to pick any lock in an emergency and watch how it's done. (See Video Above)
Potential Threat: Conversion of cities into Smart Cities for heavy surveillance on the residents.
- To save money on food costs, learn to grow your own produce with a vertical garden planter that has an internal watering system.
- If your lights go out for more than 24-hours, place a thin candle stick in a large container of Crisco. It can stay lit for 72-days.
- Protect your home from invaders who will try to pry your door open with a crowbar.
- Make your own laundry detergent (with ingredients that cost about $30) that can last one year by using only 2 tablespoons per load. (See Video Above)
Potential Threat: The introduction of a global ID to track all of your movements.
- Military-grade, night vision goggles can give you a tactical advantage when the electricity is shut off.
- The average washing machine uses 20 gallons of water. Save time and money by using a manual and portable clothes washer that uses far less water and gets your laundry cleaner.
- Use pool shock as an alternative to bleach for cleaning, just in case your store runs out of liquid bleach.
- Learn to make a Rocket Stove with several cinder blocks to cook food that is smokeless. You'll only need small, wooden sticks for fuel and some paper. Caution: Fire bricks are preferred over cinder blocks because they won't explode under intense heat. (See Video Above)
Potential Threat: Another pandemic that's man-made. China plans to have a new bioterrorism lab that is like the one in Wuhan, but in Pakistan.
- Store your drinking water in stackable, water bricks.
- This lightweight, mini-solar device can cook food and boil water within 20 - 40 minutes anywhere there is sunlight. Can hold up to 17 ounces of solids or liquid.
- A woman can carry pepper spray for self-defense in what looks like a lipstick tube.
- If you can't take a shower because your water and electrical use has been disrupted, make your own shower with a pump spray container and some extra parts you can add that's inexpensive. Spray yourself clean with 1 - 2 gallons of warm water. (See Video Above)
Potential Threat: The coming mini-Ice Age and extreme weather due to the Grand Solar Minimum.
- If you're having trouble finding essential foods at your local store, shop at ethnic grocery stores or shop in places that cater to restaurants so you can buy in bulk discount prices.
- For those interested in purchasing a rural land available in many states for a low price, make a bid at BillyLand.com. There are properties available for as low as $840 per acre.
- Learn Bokashi Composting to break down your kitchen scraps (including dairy, meats and oils) by using anaerobic bacteria for your garden. There's no need for turning or rationing.
- If cleaning products have been "wiped out" from your grocery store, make your own with 3 ingredients: lemon peels, water, and rubbing alcohol to make a natural disinfectant you can put in a spray bottle. (See Video Above)
Potential Threat: Rolling blackouts nationwide or an EMP attack on America's power grid.
- Trusted by Homeland Security, this Faraday Sleeve can give you the digital privacy you need to avoid getting tracked or hacked. It can also decrease exposure of your cell phone from EMF radiation. Commonly used by law enforcement, protect your data with a Faraday Bag as well.
- Grown dandelions organically in your garden for food, coffee, as a medicinal plant for cleansing the liver, and it can enrich the soil with nitrogen.
- In an emergency, you can use a Dorito chip like a candle to create a fire. To build a camp fire, place a pile of Doritos together and light them up.
- Create super-immunity by fermenting garlic cloves, crushed ginger and honey. (See Video Above)
Potential Threat: Supply chains are disrupted worldwide, making foods and products less available at stores.
- A real life-saver, get a hand-crank flashlight with solar, a radio, siren, and USB charger for your cell phone built in.
- Play cards while learning about wilderness survival and how to identify wild edibles.
- Coconut juice is a great source of electrolytes for the body, but so is this electrolyte drink mix that provides the same hydration as drinking 2 - 3 bottles of water.
- Learn to preserve cheese to last up to 30 years or more by dipping it in vinegar and wax. (See Video Above)
Potential Threat: An asteroid that falls to Earth because Jupiter has shifted to allowing big rocks from the Asteroid Belt to head in our direction.
- You can hide and bury your stockpile of survival supplies with a cache that can be an underground storage container. Using a PVC tubes with lids or an Ammo Can are popular to use.
- Read "How to Read Water: Clues and Patterns from Puddles to the Sea" by Tristan Gooley, a natural navigator. You can find north by reading puddles; forecast the weather from waves; decipher wave patters on beaches; and more.
- Freeze-dried foods can be stored for 25-years and are comparably higher in nutritional quality, compared to dehydrating your foods. Just add water.
- Learn how to use a Baofeng Radio quick and easy communication to call for help or give it to those in need. (See Video Above)
Potential Threat: Looting and raiding in your neighborhood. They are likely to kill off the power supply by shooting at electrical transformers, preventing you from seeing an invasion. Fighting back becomes more difficult.
- If you don't have a root cellar, Coolbot can convert a small space into one for low cost and takes minutes to install.
- Place this clear film over your window that's not noticeable to slow or prevent entry by a burglar who is using a weapon to break the glass.
- This one roll of bamboo towel is absorbable, reusable, and is equivalent to 200 paper towels.
- Learn to use a divining rod to find water. (See Video Above)