Click Here→ The New Survivalist.com

At The New Survivalist web site, the author, Dr. Stirling Silverman (“Survival Doc”), explains why every family should take responsibility for their own disaster preparedness, rather than rely on others, such as the local, state or federal government, to do it for them. Depending on whether a disaster is local, regional, national or global, you may be without services for a few days to many months. Regardless of the magnitude or duration of a potential emergency, this website will help you prepare for the worst, and help you live a more self-reliant and earth-sustaining lifestyle now.

In Chapter 15, “Money,” Dr. Silverman presents evidence that has led him to believe that we are on the verge of a global economic disaster unlike any that the world has ever known. A plan is presented to help you keep and even grow your assets during such a disaster, no matter how much nor how little you have now.

Visit the Web Site Now: http://www.TheNewSurvivalist.com

What You Will Find There:

Chapter 1: Introduction

  • A Lesson from Katrina
  • Emergency Preparedness
  • Types of Disasters
    • Disasters Resulting from Human Activities
    • Natural Disasters
  • Action Step 1: Your Action Planner
  • Magnitude of Disasters
    • Local Disasters
    • Regional Disasters
    • National Disasters
    • Global Disasters
  • Action Step 2: Scope and Duration

Chapter 2: The Basic

  • Have a Plan
  • Action Step 3: Home Preparation
  • To Bug Out or Hunker Down?
  • Bug Out Bags (BOB)
  • Survival Bags for your Car
  • Action Step 4: Prepare Your Bug Out Bags
  • Action Step 5: Emergency Kit for Your Automobile
  • Home Caching
    • Essential Survival Items
    • 1 Water
    • 2 Food
    • 3 Clothing
    • 4 Shelter
    • 5 Energy
    • 6 Health Care
    • 7 Protection
    • 8 Communication
    • 9 Waste Disposal
    • 10 Social
    • 11 Transportation
    • 12 Money
  • Noetic Needs
  • Action Step 6: “Get” and “Do” Lists

Chapter 3: The Economics of Survival Planning

  • Eliminate Wasteful Spending
  • Establish a Household Budget
  • Shop Wisely
  • Buy Previously Owned
  • Take Advantage of Estate Sales
  • Action Step 7: Establish Priorities

Chapter 4: Water

  • General Facts About Water
  • Preparing for a Disaster
    • Storing Water
    • Collecting Water
    • Finding Water
    • Purifying Water
    • Conserving Water
  • Action Step 8: Planning For Your Water Needs

Chapter 5: Food

  • The Golden Rule of Food Storage
  • In Ground Storage
  • Root Cellaring
  • Common Methods of Food Preservation
    • Dried Foods
    • Canned Foods
    • Frozen Foods
    • Freeze-Dried Foods
    • Commercially-Prepared Dried Goods
  • Action Step 9: Food Check Lists – Food Storage
  • Long-Term Storage of Special Survival Foods
  • Oxygen-Absorbing Packs
  • Nutritional Supplements
  • Growing Your Own Food
    • Go Organic!
    • Composting
    • Fruit Trees
    • Vegetable Gardening
    • Livestock
  • Action Step 10: Food Check Lists – Growing Your Own
  • Edibles from the Wild
    • What is a weed?
    • Dandelions
    • Plantains
    • Cattails
    • Wild Game
    • Trapping Small Game
    • Fishing
  • Action Step 11: Food Check Lists – Foods from the Wild
  • Conservation of Food
  • Food Preservation Techniques
    • Field Dressing
    • Smoking Meat & Making Jerky
    • Pressure Canning Meat
    • Preserving the Bounty from your Orchard and Garden
    • Dehydration
    • Canning
    • Pressure Canning
    • Freezing
  • A Final Thought About Food: Recycling

Chapter 6: Clothing

  • Action Step 12: Clothing Check List

Chapter 7: Shelter

  • Action Step 13: Shelter Check Lists
  • Building a Campfire

Chapter 8: Energy

  • Preparedness
  • Generators
  • Lighting
    • Electric
    • Candles
    • Kerosene
    • Gasoline
    • Propane
  • Cooking
    • Propane
    • Alcohol or Canned Fuel
    • Wood
    • Solar
    • Cooking in a Solar Oven
  • Heating your Home During an Emergency
    • Wood
    • Kerosene
    • Gasoline
    • Propane
  • DC Power
  • Renewable Energy (Photovoltaics, Wind Turbines, Micro-Hydropower)
  • Action Step 14: Energy Check Lists
  • Making a Parabolic Solar Cooker

Chapter 9: Health Care

  • First Aid
  • Beyond First Aid
  • Natural Health Care
    • Nutrition
    • Herbs
  • Action Step 15: Health Care Check Lists

Chapter 10: Protection

  • Firearms
  • Intruder Alerts
  • Action Step 16: Protection Check Lists

Chapter 11: Communication

  • CB Radios
  • Amateur or Ham Radios
  • Action Step 17: Communication Check Lists

Chapter 12: Waste Disposal

  • Sewage
  • Garbage
    • Reduce
    • Reuse
    • Recycle
    • What to Do with the Rest of Your Garbage?
  • Action Step 18: Waste Disposal Check Lists

Chapter 13: Social

  • Action Step 19: Social Check Lists

Chapter 14: Transportation

  • In Case of Evacuation
  • Action Step 20: Transportation Check Lists

Chapter 15: Money

  • A Brief History of Money
    • Barter
    • The Free Market
    • The Birth of Money
  • What Has the Government Done to Our Money?
    • Inflation
  • What Does the Future Hold for Our Money?
    • What Will Hyperinflation Be like?
  • What Can You Do to Insure Your Economic Survival?
  • Action Step 21: Money Check Lists

Additional Resources

  • Reading List
  • Online Resources:
  • Merchandise:

Visit the Web Site: The New Survivalist.com

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2 Responses to “Website”


  1. 1 Derrick Belcher March 29, 2012 at 11:05 am

    Dr. Silverman, I’ll be at the gun show April 14 and 15 at the Mobile Fair Grounds, I’m helping a friend of mine who rented a table. I’ll be wearing a Ron Paul T-shirt hope to see you there. Derrick Belcher

  2. 2 Jorge A Banales November 28, 2012 at 11:32 am

    Mr Silverman
    My name is Jorge A Banales, and I am a correspondent in Washington for the Spanish news agency EFE. I am currently working on an article about preparedness.
    Since you have been writing and working on this subject for so long, I’d like to interview you.
    My phone number is 202 745 7692, and I am at work from 7a.m. until 3 p.m.
    If you prefer that I call you, please give me a number and tell me when it is more convenient for your.
    thanks

    jorge


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