Video: safe locations for the U.S.A. states of New Hampshire and Maine


This video is the last in the series of safe-location videos state-by-state of the U.S. of A., but I will be following up with a full overview video of all the states of the U.S. of A.
The New England states are all mostly on good solid rock, but there are states that will experience some ground movement, such as Pennsylvania and the Lake Champlain/Hudson River valley area. As far as Penn. is concerned, Karst areas in the southeast are a concern, but for the entire state I am suggesting a complete disconnection of gas lines from your house, in fact it would be a good idea for everyone in the U.S,. really, because gas supply will not be available in the After-Time anyway.
Two issues that keep coming around are poking into my texture of thought: one is Migration, and the other is food supply  for the early years of the After-Time. An addendum to the latter is that Pole-Shift and After-Time preparation must be done about a year ahead-of-time  for the southern, mid-land states and the eastern seaboard of the U.S.  Migration of the hungry and the desperate needs to be planned against: by being to be out-of-the-way and hidden, as much as we would like to help them. It’s suggested that if some people could have a store of food, water and clothing/blankets, etc. kept aside for those on foot, an excellent plan. Of course, this presents a problem of being inundated with requests for assistance, plus it could get out-of-hand leading to dire circumstances if the offer of food is not well-managed. I’m thinking that assistance be offered when remote from your survival camp/home: caches could be buried or hidden some way in various strategic areas. The food would need to be completely sealed (to prevent bears and other animals digging it up), perhaps in 10 or 20 gallon containers here and there throughout the country-side and plotted on a map. Also, I am partial to families with children, with the children taking precedence.
From my various interactions with people around the world, I am being (personally) alerted that food will be the most important item on the menu, as-it-were. It is as if Pole-Shift and After-Time food supply is not being considered as important as it should be. This may be extended from my attitude on food, as I intend to be active fishing and hunting in the first weeks of the After-Time.
Vermont and New Hampshire seem excellent areas for the Pole-Shift and the After-Time, with an exception of the migration issue which will be a deal-breaker for some, but the state of Maine is exceptional. Maine is a large state with a population of only about 1.33 million people, the most of which are near the Atlantic coast. If a survival camp area can be set-up in northern Maine, it could be a very safe area. Remember, gangs looking for food and other things will be active for years in the After-Time, so it’s highly suggested to have your camp well-hidden to avoid having to create a lot of noise during an unwanted approach attracting even more marauders. Beside food being the new gold, silence is also golden.

 

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2 thoughts on “Video: safe locations for the U.S.A. states of New Hampshire and Maine

  1. WOW!! your info well is somewhat good but you have aa habbit of changing the directionof the old poles and where the earstern states sit in the pole shift as well talking about safe places lots of people cannot undrstand the different colored lines ment for ruputor plates and the locations, just by looking it looks more like California than Vermont/N.H.

    • Hi Ernie. The Poles do not change in my presentations, so I have no idea what you are talking about, so please be specific. Very specific if you want a response from me. You seem to be “speaking for other people” and are expressing general thoughts, so I cannot find a question in your comment.

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