It's been twelve years since most of this web site has been up and running, available for all to read free of charge. Now, I'm slowly going through the pages and updating them as needed, adding new photos, and organizing the site for easier searching, which the Site Index has done. The Photo Index allows viewing of larger images by themselves, as they are often shrunk to fit on web pages for faster downloading. Most of the pages on this website need no revisions or updating. Why? Canning butter or knowing how to properly store grains are not fashion statements! When something has worked for decades, it will continue to work for decades.
Our goal has been to make this web site a complete, illustrated survival guide for the New Millennium. The text and photos on this site should be enough to convince you of two things: (1) Preparation for future catastrophes is necessary; and (2) it should be obvious that I take the self-reliant lifestyle seriously. What is presented on this site is not an exercise in theoretical concepts, but rather the representation of what we do ourselves. I'm not alone in these preps. There are many excellent articles by New England Gardener, who has different information on gardening and some other subjects because he lives on the opposite side of the country from me in Connecticut. Hal Walter, the dean of American survivalists, wrote many articles on advanced shelter construction and other similar topics before he passed away on April 13, 2009, at the age of 89. These articles can be found in the Site Index.
Those of you who are prepared can survive power outages, unemployment, and natural disasters. In the event of civil disobedience, or the alternative (or corollary?), Martial Law, you won't have to go out of the house for supplies. You will be ready for most anything.
If you have not prepared, I urge you to start now. Virtually everything you need to know to begin preparations is here. For more advanced levels of preparation, my booklets and CD's are available and are very inexpensive.
Keeping a web site as extensive as EndTimesReport.com on the Internet and improving it is both time consuming and expensive. To help defray those costs, I now sell kerosene heater wicks at my Wick Shop and have a Survival Shop. The small display ads for those sales pages are relatively discreet, but must be placed on the individual pages so readers can find them. There are other small, discreet ads on most pages, the same kind as on many web sites: These ads are placed by Google. I have no control over the ads nor can I endorse what is not mine. All of the information on this web site is completely free of charge.
Ezekiel, Chapter 33, Verses 2-9