This here is a kind of blue print to start moving yourselves towards a sustainable moneyless society…check it out, it’s a Video from Michael Telliger
Sound seems to be the ultimate ancient source of power.
I just can’t believe what I was watching. This is just amazing, I want everyone to see it, I truly loved it. The first half is somewhat mixed in archeology and ancient technology using resonance to manipulate the laws of physics as we know them today. It seems as though people long long long ago were using sound waves to move very large quantities of objects small and large (here we’re talking about gold, but it could have been anything…such as giant rocks to the top of an enormous building or boiling a cup of tea). There are literally millions of circular rock formations in southern africa just like Stonehenge, we have no idea what they are and there are no remains of the people…
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Will have to try this very soon
DIY LIQUID LAUNDRY SOAP! Okay, I don’t know about you, but I spend a small fortune on laundry detergent. Between my being a woman and Michael being a chef (gross chefs’ clothes), we go through quite a bit. And we are both allergic to certain brands. Awesome. So, yeah, this is a great way to not only have safer detergent, cheaper detergent, but also hypoallergenic detergent. WIN! It looks time consuming –it’s not. Making liquid detergent just has a few steps, but doesn’t take but a couple of more minutes. This is a TWO GALLON recipe (adjust as needed) and you only use half of a cup a load! Makin’ it rain.
Shall we start?
1/2 cup Borax
1/2 cup Washing Soda
1/3 Bar of Soap
4 cups hot water
6 cups water
1 gallon water
Gather your weapons, soldier. It only requires three, but…
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1 cup of water
1/4 cup of brown sugar
1 gram of yeast
1 2-liter bottle
1. Cut the plastic bottle in half.
2. Mix brown sugar with hot water. Let cool. When cold, pour in the bottom half of the bottle.
3. Add the yeast. No need to mix. It creates carbon dioxide, which attracts mosquitoes.
4. Place the funnel part, upside down, into the other half of the bottle, taping them together if desired.
5. Wrap the bottle with something black, leaving the top uncovered, and place it outside in an area away from your normal gathering area. (Mosquitoes are also drawn to the color black.)
Change the solution every 2 weeks for continuous control.
A similar but only a bit more complicated idea can be found at Mother Earth News.
Courtesy of The Survivalists Blog.