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"The times and instruments of national judgment are in the hands of God."

 Frohe Biblical Illustrator, re: Jeremiah 1:11-16


Can a catastrophic solar flare--a pulse--really happen? 

It already has. In 1859, Richard Carrington, a British amateur astronomer witnessed an enormous solar flare. According to history.com,


                   "That night, telegraph communications around the world began to fail; there were reports of sparks showering from telegraph machines, shocking operators and setting papers ablaze. All over the planet, colourful auroras illuminated the nighttime skies, glowing so brightly that birds began to chirp and labourers started their daily chores, believing the sun had begun rising. Some thought the end of the world was at hand, but Carrington’s naked eyes had spotted the true cause for the bizarre happenings: a massive solar flare with the energy of 10 billion atomic bombs. The flare spewed electrified gas and subatomic particles toward Earth, and the resulting geomagnetic storm—dubbed the “Carrington Event”—was the largest on record to have struck the planet..."


 So PULSE is not broad science fiction like, say, War of the Worlds. The United States government is concerned that a grid-down event could occur, due to either a solar flare of the right intensity,  or a terrorists' bomb.  A strong enough solar flare (which becomes a tidal wave of electromagnetic energy, as described in the book) or a terrorists' nuclear weapon, striking at the right distance from earth over the center of the country, could take down most or all of the electric grid of the nation.  Both (sun flares or  bombs) can cause a PULSE of energy, a powerful electromagnetic force that travels along our own grid structures, wiping out most electronic components--including the huge transformers that the country depends upon to power our system. (These would likely be the first to go.) If cell phones and tablets or computers are protected during the event, they may survive intact--but there won't be much use for them when everything else is toast.

There is more about this in the book, but to get a quick grasp of the situation, take a look at the clip, below..

 Sites That Can Help You Be Prepared

Did You Know?

The national average of preparedness for a crisis is only 4% of the population. Do you want to be among the 96% who are waiting for FEMA--or the 4% that can get by on their own?

While PULSE is a work of fiction, the possibility that the United States could sustain such an event or a a similar catastrophe (such as a terrorist attack) is a real one. PULSE was written primarily as a wake-up call to the Church, but anyone who reads it can heed the call to be prepared. Like Lexie's family in the book, it is possible to be ready to face many disasters. (And you don't have to live on a farm.)  For  information on how to prepare for a large-scale disaster,  check out the following blogs.
**The people  behind these blogs believe that ultimately their well-being during an emergency --where services are not available --is up to them.

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PREPPER SHOWS USA is the #1 resource for survivalist shows, self-reliance shows, and prepper shows across the United States." Find one in your area and broaden your skills and knowledge.


Survival Preparedness for Women--you'll love the difference Jane brings to the usual survival or prepper sites. 


Serious articles and less bells and whistles takes down the "overwhelm" factor on this one. The bloggers are highly qualified individuals with wow credentials--spend some time here for  sure. The page of recommended resources is a one-stop-shop for any serious prepper!


This one's a great how-to blog with instructions for doing all sorts of D-I-Y projects, including food storage.

PREPARED CHRISTIAN: Being Prudent in Today's World

Chris Ray has all kinds of great information and good links on his site.


Rev. Coverstone has a You Tube channel where he shares prophetic dreams and visions. He does not claim to have word-for-word divine inspiration, nor is he adding to the revelation of scripture. I like this guy.  He's balanced. Check him out HERE.


Gotta love Lisa Bedford; this lady's got spunk--as well as a ton of great information and instruction on how-to-do all kinds of useful skills. Three cheers for Mom power!


Has all kinds of homesteading hacks and miscellaneous articles, as well as prepping and food storage info.

(What does SHFT mean? I call it, "When the STUFF Hits the Fan," meaning when it all goes down, when the disaster strikes,etc.  To get up to snuff on prepper speak quickly and painlessly, sign up for my mailing list and receive my handy-dandy PDF "Prepper Speak .)" 


This one's nice because it's not popping with annoying ads, and has useful articles.


Articles on all manner of issues relating to current events and government, and how it relates to those with a survival/prepper mindset. Lots of interesting links to click away on, but also plenty of ads.


Wilderness survival "College" with courses, articles, useful tips, and more. 


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