Safe Locations Overview: final video of the U.S. of A. series

In this 1 hour and 10 minute video, I have offered my opinions for safe locations in an overview-format of all 50 states of the U.S. of A. The overview consists of the video plot, a detailed map of continental U.S. safe and various danger areas and a written synopsis of each of the 50 states. The synopsis of each state is firstly categorized in graduations from safe to fatal. Secondly, I comment on various aspects of each state depending on geography, location, population, migration (in the After-Time) and the all-important effects that the Pole-Shift will have on that state. The synopsis also begins with caveats which are common-sense conditions one needs to consider before settling on a piece of land. As in almost all of my work, I draw on many different sources, not the least of which is Zetatalk’s “safe locs”.
I say the following in the video, but it is very important to underline, that just because I rate a state as unlivable or not-recommended (with the exception of evacuation), it does not mean that a strong survival community with lots of resources and experienced members could not set-up there in a well-researched location. I have spoken with several U.S. citizens, from what I consider states that will have difficult situations in the After-Time, where I have been very impressed with their skill level, confidence and their determination to survive in that state. Also I have had conversations with people living in Arizona, for example, who have given me a deeper understanding of the state and it’s survivability. Back to the drawing board I went to look deeper into the state for areas of survivability, this is reflected in this video in a separate section. Additionally, speaking of Arizona, just today (Aug. 12, 2016) I had a conversation with a member of my Facebook group, who lives in Arizona, about an assertion I made in this video about southwestern Arizona having sea access in the After-Time. This was the gist of my response:
We know that mountain-building (pushing up-to 1000 feet higher-zt) will occur heavily along the western coastline of California and that west of the San Andreas fault line is the Pacific oceanic plate and east of it is the North American Plate. The San Andreas fault line does run down into the Bay of California, but not before isolating the Baja peninsula to the oceanic plate and dodging outwards at a steep angle at the tip, but, it also continues along the extreme western coast of Mexico from Puerto Vallarta southward. This will likely leave the 400 + kilometer wide mouth of the Gulf open for the sea to continue to fill the gulf in the After-Time. Therefore, I think the sea will continue to form the Gulf, and during the Pole-Melt (2025), push a bay into Arizona up the mouth of the Gila river AND, the Colorado, surprizingly all the way to Las Vegas, which just stunned me.

I would like to add, that after all the discussion on the survivability of Arizona, I had two sleep dreams (2 days in a row) of seeing drums, drumming and people in Arizona in the After-Time.


U.S. mainland safe location map:


The state-by-state synopsis can be downloaded here:


4 thoughts on “Safe Locations Overview: final video of the U.S. of A. series

  1. Pingback: Safe Locations Overview: final video of the U.S. of A. series | Lissa's Humane Life

  2. Hey Chris,

    Wanted to thank you for all your hard work and diligence informing the general public of the Pole Shift. I just pray that people will take heed in this information before it’s to late, but you know as well as I, that’s not going to happen. I am looking forward to what your insight is on Canada during this time as well. Again, thank you for all your help. You have helped countless of concerned individuals concerning this global, mesmerizing and frightful issue.

    Respectfully, Scott Louis USN

  3. Hi Chris, are you able to tell me what the temperatures will be like in Minnesota and Wisconsin prior and after the poleshift. I am concerned about survival in the winter months if the power/electricity is out? What are your thoughts in staying warm if the generator and power is out? temperatures can get below zero in the winter. Thank you for your input.

    • Hello Malido. Well prior to, MN & WI be at their coldest in late 2022, but after the PS, this area will warm, but slowly, slowly as in months. Still, these states will be at about the 35° north latitude, so will warm very nicely in the coming years of 2023/2024 or beyond. Your concerns about keeping warm due to no distributed electrical power are astute. Hard to say when the power grid will go down, certainly major outages by late 2022 and will they be restored? I wouldn’t count on that. Now how to stay warm meanwhile? This depends on your situation: are you in a house with a bunker at the ready? You should turn off your gas before the PS for sure, too dangerous, in fact you should have your gas line turned-off at the the street, not just in your house. You are going to need a propane heater, but use it with lots of ventilation. I assume you don’t have a fireplace or a wood stove, otherwise that would have been mentioned. Have a wood stove installed if you can, so accumulate some dedicated fire wood in that case. I don’t know your situation, but you mention a generator? Well a generator is not usually powerful enough to provide the electrical energy required for electric heat. I use a kerosene burner with clean-kerosene for my shop in the winter, it’s expensive but works, you need ventilation for that as well. I would say, overall, a wood stove would be your best option.
      I am now doing paid consultations for Pole-Shift readiness, if you are interested, email me:

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