Surviving 10: Surviving the Pole Shift

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A group of friends in Oregon believe the web site www.zetatalk.com and prepare for the ultimate disaster: a pole shift, the end of the world as we knew it--TEOTWAWKI--the 10 on a 1-10 scale of disaster. They are ready when the shift happens, find they prepared well, and set up an Aftertime community, New Plymouth, where they defend and prevail against nature and man.
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Overview

A group of friends in Oregon believe the web site www.zetatalk.com and prepare for the ultimate disaster: a pole shift, the end of the world as we knew it--TEOTWAWKI--the 10 on a 1-10 scale of disaster. They are ready when the shift happens, find they prepared well, and set up an Aftertime community, New Plymouth, where they defend and prevail against nature and man.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781461095576
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 7/22/2011
  • Pages: 240
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.51 (d)

Meet the Author

John Page worked for 35 years in the computer industry as a salesman, programmer, analyst, instructor and business owner. In the 1990's, he discovered and read all the works by Zecharia Sitchin, who found in the tablets from the libraries of Sumer the story of a tenth planet in the solar system, Nibiru, Planet X, that periodically orbits near Earth, sometimes causing a polar shift. In 2000, he attended a seminar conducted by Sitchin and was certified to present Sitchin's material. He has presented lectures on the material since.

The Sitchin material led Page to ZetaTalk, a vast site dedicated to preparing for the next pole shift, which ZetaTalk predicts will occur before the end of 2012. A search of the Web now would find that an increasing number of people believe ZetaTalk is correct.

When Page retired in 2007, he started a new career in appropriate technology as a research assistant at Aprovecho Research Center in Oregon, working on designs for highly efficient wood-burning cook stoves. These stoves addressed major problems of scarce wood fuel, health problems caused by air pollution from cook smoke, and the contribution of cook smoke to global warming. While at Aprovecho, Page was introduced to all the technologies appropriate to the third world.

Page realized that these technologies--efficient cook stoves, effective hygiene, clean water, low-voltage electricity, and others--represented what the entire world would need after the pole shift described by ZetaTalk.

Page collected materials from all over the Web which he used to write a novel, Surviving 10, about a group that survives the pole shift. His goal was to provide a "heads up" about the shift and how best to survive it--or any other disaster so increasingly frequent in the world of the 21st century.

All the materials he collected are now available on a companion site, www.surviving10.com, free of charge.

Page and his wife now live in the Appalachian Mountains, where they make their own preparations to survive whatever disaster might occur.

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