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Remember the Parable of the virgins and Oil Lamps.
-Most were not prepared….Most Failed.

Fill a spare gas container, or two. Change every 3 months
Ride those bicycles a bit every day or so. Practice!

Emergency Preparedness List!!!
Emergency Lights
An Emergency Backpack in case of Fire or Disaster is First
You decide what is important to YOU! Use guide below to assist!

SalvationCanada strongly suggests you have a 1yr supply of Quest
Super Once a Day Multivitamin on hand in case of Emergency.

Then, get Serious about an Emergency Plan. Do it soon!!!

If you have a garage, then a good quality generator is a must!
Gas or solar or both. Don’t be left out in the cold!
Keeping the Fridge running is a priority. Ice can help.
A chest freezer can be a huge blessing too.
Prioritize heating/cooling. You must keep dry and warm.
Survival Foil Blanket
Did I say dry? I meant DRY. Cold/Wet = Hypothermia. Bad.
A 3 day BOB is NOT recommended because it is too short. You may die.
A 7 to 14 day BOB is recommended. 2 weeks allows you to sleep well and
be confident that you have enough emergency supplies to sustain you.
Should an emergency happen, do NOT reveal your preparations or supplies.
People go insane in an emergency and will harm you over nothing.
Wisdom says YOU NEED to invest into Planning, Preparing, and Packing
your BOB (Bug Out Bag). Get familiar with each item, and try them.
Be Prepared!
2 weeks, 1 month, 3 months, 1 year, are the timelines to choose from.
Start even with just a backpack of essentials. Remember water and a
water filter are essential FIRST. You can survive without food for
30 days, but you can only survive without water for three (3) days!


Spiritual: KJV or NKJV ONLY – Bibles, MP3’s/songs/songbook/teachings
Survival Tools
Medicinal & Hygiene
Travel & Communication
Long Term Prep

Make your plan TODAY, Leave Large Obvious waterproof Message if needed.
(You can Pre-make much of this! Then do “drills”, regularly)
Depending on the Emergency, decide what action to take.
Experienced Survivalists say having an emergency plan is essential
for making it through a disaster. Then *PRACTICE*

Plan A, Scenario is Tornado, Power Outage, dwelling fire, etc.
This means you may stay put, or with friends, sharing rations.

Plan B, Scenario is a Hurricane, Earthquake or other Weather Scenarios
of medium intensity. This will mean evacuation. Governments and FEMA
constantly FAIL at providing help. Murder, Rape, Mayhem, Anarchy result.
Hurricane Katrina is an example. SalvationCanada prayer warriors
felt led by God that this was a HUGE Disaster about to happen, and
sounded the alarm, and even contacted Media such as CNN, FOX, TV stations,
and also The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
After several attempts, only CNN was on the ball, listened and warned
people of what could happen. As it was, many lives were lost, destroyed.
Looting, Murder, Rape, Mayhem ensued. Police left their posts. People
watched as Government and FEMA Failed, while Gangs took over.
Do you Understand?
YOU MUST HAVE A PLAN! Use goods cached to ensure SAFETY and HEALTH.

Plan C, Scenario is a Major Weather Event, Disaster, Plague, Fire, Flood,
Disease, Solar Flare, EMP, Dirty Bomb, Civil unrest, Martial Law, Civil War,
YOU MUST HAVE A PLAN! Use goods cached to ensure SAFETY and HEALTH.
YOU MUST HAVE A Number of “Safe Spots”. Cabin, Cave, Forest, isolated area
that you have visited, scoped out, set up, and stocked for long term use.

SalvationCanada Members have worked in disaster relief. It is a nightmare.
Death and Disease and more Death. Sane People turn into murdering monsters.
Knowledge, Wisdom, Understanding, must be your three constant companions.
If you do not understand, take some courses. Or at least watch youtube videos.
They will open your understanding. We all need to “mature” about this topic.
Western life is so laid back and easy and safe, only a hang nail is a disaster.
When disaster hits in the U.S.A., Canada, UK, people will die like flies
because they never took the time to listen, learn, prepare.
Don’t be a doubting Thomas! Don’t say it can’t happen to you!
Read all this website, and give Jesus your heart and soul.
May God grant you Wisdom, in Jesus Name.

Survivalists estimate that 50% will die in a disaster, and
another 49.9% will die in the days following, due to lack of
knowledge, and failure to prepare. That is 99.9%.
Are you skeptical? Proof is the typhoon that hit Asian Islands.
Half lost their lives. Almost all the rest died of dysentery.
Another example, a Tsunami hit and killed tens of thousands.
Everything was flooded. People smart enough climbed trees.
Unfortunately, so did all the venomous snakes. 99.9% died.
Will YOU be in the 0.1%?

Pack carefully.
Some experts recommend you double up on items. Some say 3.
SalvationCanada says Weight is the deciding factor.
How much can you carry, and for how long? That decides it.
Do not overload. You will only panic, and tire yourself out.
Emergency item checklist:

KJV or NKJV ONLY, Bibles, MP3’s/songs/songbook/teachings
(Load 1,000 songs. Practice quoting uplifting scriptures)
(Waterproof containers for items and batteries)
Keeping Positive, and keeping your spirits up, is essential!

Food & Water

Pre-packed MRE, 2-week supply or more if required,
Trail Mix, nuts, energy bars, dried fruit.
Cooking Pan, Coulman Cook set
(light weight)
Fuel for Cooking (if needed) Fire or Solar cooker is best
(fuel pellets or sugar cane for indoor use, propane-choose)
Salt, Spices, Sugar, Flour, Herbs
(seasoning, cooking, preserving food, medicinal)
Tea leaves or bags. ground coffee is impractical but if needed…

1-gallon, 4-Liters per person per day. depending on temperature, is needed.
Water is very heavy. Remember that. Water weighs 10 lbs/gal (5 kg) apx.
(Plan to be near good water source that is not well known)
Water Filter – recommend Katadyn
(knowledge of capacity, output & microns)
Stainless Steel Water bottles
Multi Bottle-Can Opener/knife
(water purication & sterilization)
Iodine Drops
(water purication & sterilization, radiation med, nutrition)

Safety & Shelter

Bear Spray, Tazer, weapon, ammo, air-horn, crossbow, weapons.
(self defense from preditors/bad people, is a must)
Flashing Light(s)
(For emergency, walking in dark, or location of Home Base)
Indoor Heat Source
Outdoor Heat Source
(stove & restarter)
Coleman Camping Equipment
(Be familiar with it. Practice)
(neoprene for water & chemical resistance)
Tree Storage Bag and Rope
(Safely store Food/water out of reach of preditors)
Tent, Wind/Rain Shield
(capacity for all members – share the heat, safer)
Ground Sheet, Foam, Sleeping Bag
(all suited to your location)
Sun Block
(SPF 45 or higher)
AloeVera Burn Lotion
Bug Repellant
(deet at least 15%)
Hand Warmers
(charcoal or reusable)
Blankets, Pillow. consider Inflatable
(bright, heat reflective & durable)
(water-proof & breathable)
(water-proof, durable & at least shin-high)
Underwear, socks, long johns, shirts, jeans, Belt!
(durable, light, choose one or two of each)
Wide Brimmed Hat
(breathable, blocks sun)
Change of Clothes
(at least 1 set per person, weather appropriate)
Extra sets of full change of clothing/coat/boots is necessary.
Reflective vests
Foil Emergency Blankets
Mosquito/Bug Suit/bug mesh set-up room
(A must)
Walking stick
(Balance, testing path, self-defense)

Survival Tools
Swiss Army Knives1
(carbon steel, min. 4 inch, serrated side, carrying case)
(filet knife, Swiss Army Multipurpose knife, hunting knife)
Reliable Lighter / Matches / Striker
(waterproof, strike anywhere)
(water resistant, LED is best)
(550 para-cord, 50 ft. Yellow Nylon, knot/trap rope+booklet)
(both for the car and to be found)
(know emergency whistle signals)
Batteries – rechargeable
(store according to needs of your supplies)
Solar powered battery recharger is recommended.
Alternative Energy Source
(generator, solar panels, etc.)
Hatchet, Axe
(keep with sheath, attach sharpener)
Dust Mask
(50 or box)
Safety Glasses, Sun Glasses, Reading Glasses
(Minimum one pair for each person)
Magnifying Glass
(Many uses)


Emergency Contact List
(Be detailed, include yourself and personal info)
USB Drive (Thumb Drive)
(contains all important documents, pictures, bank/CC numbers, info)
Access to Emergency Cash
(enough for 2 weeks)
Buy Gold coins, and Silver coins. Have them ready. Cash may crash.
Know How to Turn Off Home Gas, Electric & Water, drain system
(ensure all members know how)

Travel & Communication
(cushioned, heavy duty, shoulder, chest and waist straps)
(waterproof, local, regional)
Two-way Radio
(Minimum 2 charged & set to same frequency)
Hand Crank Radio/Charger
(usually doubles as a flashlight)
Radio with earphone
(rechargeable batteries, water resistant, small)
Solar/crank battery charger
Compass, training in use.
(Expensive compass, book, know basic orientations – take classes)
(extra for transportation)
Cellphone, Ipad or similar, chargers.
Wallet/Purse put into Backpack.
Make sure to have hard photos of everyone with info on back.

Medicinal & Hygiene
First Aid Kit(s)
(update regularly)
First Aid Manual
(review regularly)
First Aid Certification courses – take one today!
Essential Medications
(be sure to keep updated)
Iodine (Both Types, disinfectant and liquid mineral supplement. Do Not Mix up!)
Isopropyl Alcohol
(disinfect wounds)
Bandages, gauze
(different sizes, types)
Basic Hygiene Products
(soap, toothbrush, toothpaste, floss, etc.)
Sanitation Items
(toiletries, hand sanitizer, brush, razor, deodorant, etc.)
Scissors of many types, nail clippers, Emmery brush, Razors, Razor Blades, etc.
Blood Sugar Tester.
Blood Pressure Tester.
General Medical Treatment Case (Includes pills, ointments, shots, etc.)
Epi Pan needle kit.
General Dental Treatment Case
Foot Care Kit

Long Term Prep

Do you have a Major Plan B,C,D,Ect…?
Do you have like minded contacts or community? Be careful!
Never advertise for this or inquire over the internet!
Be as Low Tech as possible. A cell phone is always tracked. Right?!
Other electronic devices have trackers too. Ipad, labtop, etc.
Storage Methods: Cabin, Barrel, Underground, Hiding Spots.
Seeds, Seeds, Seeds. Did I say SEEDS?!!! And know how to grow them!
You can easily plant 100 seeds and get ZERO return. (Been there)
Read many books on each seed you pick. Choose easy types and
disease resistant. Non-GMO of course. Organic seeds work well.

Read/Store, How To Books or E-Books.
Maps, Campgrounds, Lakes and Rivers. Choose where Now!
Bicycles with trailer. Include repair kit/spare parts.
Simple games/puzzles/cards/Jokes to provide distraction.
Fishing and Hunting Gear. Shooting a rifle is too loud, so…
Cross Bow and/or Compound Bow is a must. Learn and Practice!
***Special Note*** Most wild animals do NOT provide proper nutrition.
You will suffer malnutrition if only on a diet of deer or moose, etc.!
Seriously! They are an addition to provide some protein and energy only.
Bugs are better for you! lol.

There is so much NEW and VERY IMPORTANT information YOU NEED TO KNOW!

We here cringe at the horror of people not having the proper knowledge.
Salvation First, but also information as simple and vital as
Everyone used to think that canned food lasted 20 years or more.
Actually, most nutrients die within a year. But worse than that –
Canned food will Kill YOU!
Do NOT pack or store Any Canned Food!!! Understand!!!
Dried Food, Preserved, Vacuum Packed, MRE’s, Rice.
LOL, here comes another Page under Topics! Also read:
There is so much to learn, Spiritually and Practically.
Take it one step at a time.

There are so many options depending on your skill, ability, finances.
Be sure you have a Plan!
Or, become a Member of SalvationCanada (click top right tab Membership)
and depending on your Country, we have verified groups and locations
that you can Survive in. We even have access to Bunkers, but they are
expensive and have a yearly charge. Much comes down to your finances.
Still, it costs nothing to study this website and get Prepared!

End of List.

Many Modifications will happen, depending on the Emergency,
and your location. You may be in the City the whole time. That will modify things greatly. An Advance Plan of Community Neighbors Preparedness can make life a lot easier. Make a Group. Have meetings. Support each other, have a hierarchy, *Decide in advance who is the leader, 2nd, 3rd, ect., make a plan. Respect+cooperate. 3-P’s….Practice, Practice, Practice!
Children need special attention and planned activities.
Small LED lights will comfort everyone when DARKNESS falls.
Stay together. Have planned latrine nearby with light.
Buddy System at all times. Never go anywhere alone.
Songs, Games, ect help keep spirits high, and pass the time.
Keep busy! Be Positive! Pray together, say the Lord’s Prayer!
Remind everyone, we are Never alone. God is always watching. 😀

Do you have a safe, secure, plentiful, supply of water? For how long?

More Suggestions: (Become a Member of SalvationCanada and email us some)

Do it yourself Emergency Manuals
Without Water, you Die! Learn more about safe Water
Exposure will kill you fast. Learn more.
Make a Flowchart of your preparations and steps depending on…
Preplanned Decisions are Essential in an Emergency!
Contacts – Hard Pictures with Bio on back, laminated.
Rendezvous Points to meet at with others.
Cabin with supplies and chopped wood, ect.
Again, choices need to be preplanned depending on Emergency.
Think about it. If a Twister hits… If Martial Law hits…
If a disease outbreak hits… If some other natural disaster hits…
Fire, Flood, Riots, Electricity goes out for days. (happened recently)
These are the “LAST DAYS”, or “End of Times” the Bible says. Be Prepared!
War or Civil War or Breakdown of Government is a very real possibility.
Especially the U.S.A.! Are you prepared for 1 year of food and water??
What about a dozen other people begging you for help? What then?
Do you have enough for strangers? You should have something for some.
It is the “Christian” thing to do. Make a plan for it. Stick to it.
Hard Decisions. Think about it.
Chocolate. mmm. Must have chocolate.
Never bring luxury items, like nail polish, makeup, perfume, ect.
Consider the weight of everything. You may not have a vehicle for this.
Again, flowchart. If there is a working vehicle…if not…
Mountain Bicycles with patch kit.
Manual on stars and navigation. Hiking do’s and don’ts.
Take courses! Do orienteering outings! Walk and Hike and Camp!
Have Fun picking different locations to visit as potential sites
to retreat to in case of Fire, Flood, Plague, Civil Unrest, etc.
When the Emergency happens, only the FEW Smart People Endure!!
Lastly, Have Fun! Seriously. Practice with Friends/Family if you can.
Neighbors too, if you don’t come across as one of those
“End of the World” nuts. lol
The point is, in an emergency a positive attitude is needed at ALL times!
So be Positive! Have Fun!!

The most important thing you should know about antibiotics!

Never expect a doctor to phone-in a prescription for an antibiotic without seeing you first. Why? To ensure your illness is in fact a bacterial infection, as viruses do not respond to antibiotics.
For example Influenza is a virus infection – this is why your doctor will never prescribe you antibiotics for this. Knowing the difference between a viral and bacterial illness may save you time and money. Here are four tips to help you determine when an illness could be viral or bacterial. Take this advice only when you can’t see a doctor (when SHTF):

Location: A viral illness typically causes wide-spread symptoms. A bacteria usually causes site-specific symptoms, such as those involving the sinuses, throat, or chest.
Phlegm color: A virus may produce clear or cloudy mucous, if any. A bacterial illness typically causes colored phlegm (green, yellow, bloody or brown-tinged).
Duration of illness: Most viral illnesses last 2 to 10 days. A bacterial illness commonly will last longer than 10 days.
Fever. A viral infection may or may not cause a fever. A bacterial illness notoriously causes a fever (normal body temperature is 98.6, a fever is considered greater than 100 degrees Fahrenheit).

If you are diagnosed with a bacterial illness, typical antibiotic treatment is 10 to 14 days.

A person is no longer considered contagious once on an antibiotic for 24 hours and any fever has been resolved. (Source – Dr. Linda Petter)survivalmd laymen
If your symptoms do not resolve, or if at any time you develop a severe headache or neck pain, persistent nausea / vomiting or a fever, be sure to see a doctor promptly.
What Antibiotics to Stockpile
No antibiotic is effective against every type of microbe. Certain ones will kill aerobic bacteria, others are used for anaerobic bacteria, still others are effective against resistant strains, and certain people are allergic to or intolerant of various antibiotics.
Instead of buying 10 types of antibiotics (many having similar substances) you should consider 4-5 with totally different actions, so if the bacteria is resistant to one of them, you have 4 totally different “solutions” to try.
This, of course, only if you don’t have access to a clinic where they can test the bacterial resistance to these antibiotics first. For example if you took Amoxicillin with no effect, there is no need to try other penicillin based antibiotics (Carbenicillin, Cloxacillin, Flucloxacillin, Oxacillin, Methicillin an so on) so you can exclude a wide range.

But the antibiotics listed bellow should work for most bacterial diseases, including Most Common Biological Weapons (like Anthrax – 90% mortality without treatment in the first 3-6 days).
The 4 Antibiotics You’ll Need

1. Amoxicillin

Amoxicillin is a penicillin antibiotic used to treat many different types of infection caused by bacteria, such as tonsillitis, bronchitis, pneumonia, gonorrhea, and infections of the ear, nose or throat.
Amoxicillin is also sometimes used together with another antibiotic called clarithromycin – the second one – to treat stomach ulcers caused by Helicobacter pylori infection.
Update – at the suggestion of Dr. M (comment area): Augmenting is also a very good option. It’s basically an upgraded amoxicillin (contains amoxicillin + clavulanate potassium) but with increased (mild) side-effects: stomach discomfort with mild cramping and diarrhea. I know it’s OK for most of people. I personally tried it 2 times and I had the bad luck of happening to me.

2. Clarithromycin

Clarithromycin is a macrolide antibiotic. It fights bacteria in your body.

Clarithromycin is used to treat many different types of bacterial infections affecting the skin and respiratory system. If the bacteria seems to be resistant to Amoxicillin, this is the next best thing one should try when SHTF.
Contains Erythromycin and can be substituted with. Don’t take both antibiotics at the same time.
Update – at the suggestion of Dr. M (comment area): Zithromax (also a macrolide antibiotic) is a very good (better in many ways) substitute for Clarithromycin. But it is less active against Helicobacter pylori.

3. Ciprofloxacin

Ciprofloxacin is an antibiotic in a group of drugs called fluoroquinolones.
Ciprofloxacin is useful for anthrax, urinary tract and prostate infections, diverticulitis and many forms of pneumonia and bronchitis.

4. Metronidazole
MetronidazoleMetronidazole belongs to a class of antibiotics known as nitroimidazoles.
Metronidazole is used to treat parasitic and bacterial infections including Giardia infections of the small intestine, colon infections, liver abscess, vaginal infections (not yeast), fungating wounds, intra-abdominal infections, lung abscess and gingivitis.
How to store antibiotics?
Every antibiotic has its own particular decay rate, as proteins (oligopeptides) are subject to hydrolyzation, the main form of attack (heat and moisture are the enemy).
So, if you plan on long term storage, the individual foil packs are the best choice. Then pack them in sealed containers with dessicants to be sure.
For how long is it still safe to take antibiotics after the expiration date?
survivalmd3The American Medical Association (AMA) conducted a study and concluded that the actual shelf life of some products is longer than the labeled expiration date.

Manufacturers put expiration dates on for marketing, rather than scientific, reasons,” said Mr. Flaherty, a formal pharmacist at the FDA. “It’s not profitable for them to have products on a shelf for 10 years. They want turnover.”

With time, most antibiotics simply become less effective.
So maybe the question should be “for how long these antibiotics are expected to still have effects?”

Amoxicillin (tablets) – 5 years after the expiration date;
Clarithromycin and Doxycycline (tablets) – 5 years after the expiration date;
Ciprofloxacin (tablets) – 10 years after the expiration date;
Metronidazole (tablets) – 3 years after expiration date;