Nov. 25, 2018

Please Tell Us How to Prepare

John writes:

Please tell us how to prepare.

MJJP replies:

Hi John, 

Thank you for your email. As Catholics, we always have to prepare for a holy death, that is most important. Please see http://www.tcwblog.com

As for preparing the body to survive the coming physical chastisements, Marie-Julie has been told not only of the Three Days of Darkness, but also of a six-week period after the falling of a red, blood-like rain where, if we step outside, we will get sick. The fumes will be poisonous to us.

So we need to prepare water and food for at least two months . The food should be able to be eaten without heating it. Canned food may be eaten without heating, but you and your family should try this to see which is eaten without gagging, or without getting sick from chemical preservatives. Some canned food ideas are: canned potatoes, red beets, green beans, peas, carrots, canned meat, fish, and yes, even pastas in sauces.

Dried foods like crackers, (add jams and peanut butter) beef jerky, etc. These foods do not require heating, but your body body will require more water to digest dried foods.

Fumes can come out through pipes & taps. You should be prepared to stuff cloth into pipes and taps, and to use only bottled water (not tap water) for two or three months.

Toileting concerns will also have to be thought out. This website has ideas to help you get started. If you live alone, your own bacteria cannot make you sick, so waste storage when you live alone is not a source for illness. That being said, you can store wood ash to sprinkle over top to kill smells.

For the weeks (months) that will follow, when we will be able to return outside and light fires for cooking, you can look at freeze dried food such as Auguson Farms.

As well, you should store seeds in a cool dry place. These seeds need to be heirloom so that their seeds will generate new plants. The GMO seeds being sold in most markets will NOT generate a new generation of plants for you and your family. So be very careful in reading about the seed company. A good company is Seed Savers, another is The Seed Exchange. There are others. You need to get seeds that will grow in the climate zone where you live. This is most important.

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