What You Need To Learn From A Modern Pioneer

Let me do you a favor and share this life-saving knowledge Claude Davis passed on to me…

Because it’s funny how after 15 years of prepping you still learn new things. Of course, the ideas were new for me and probably for most of us, but these things are actually very old. But Claude Davis got it right: “The SHTF we all prep for is what folks 150 years ago called daily life.”

Few days ago work happened to take me not far from where Claude lives, and I decided to give him a call. I really just wanted to thank him in person for creating such a great resource for anyone who values preparedness – or even just has an interest in practical history. It soon turned into much more of a conversation than I’d expected, though.

Click here to see how the conversation with Claude Davis was…

Let me explain…

When I arrived at his place, I felt like I had traveled back in time. Claude is and old-fashioned guy by any standard. He lives with his wife and two children in a log cabin he had built, cooks outside on an open flame in a cauldron most of the time, and all of his clothes are handmade.

He has a 150-square-foot root cellar stuffed with all sorts of homemade canned foods and goods and he raises cows, sheep and chickens. I thought several times to myself that this guy will never be troubled by any crisis.

Click here to discover the man behind the knowledge…

This food Claude has is amazing…

There’s a superfood out there that’s been lost to history for the past 482 years. It’s so nutritious it sustained the great Incan civilization through a four-year super drought which wiped out their southern neighbors.

This superfood is a snap to prepare, requires no refrigeration and has a decade-long shelf life. The Incas would simply store it in pit-holes and feast on it year-round.

Discover the lost superfood that was just recently unearthed by NASA scientists

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