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How to Survive 2012

Tactics and Survival Places for the Coming Pole Shift by Patrick Geryl
Description In his previous books, The Orion Prophecy and The World Cataclysm In 2012, Patrick Geryl presented in great detail the scenario set to take place in the year 2012, a scenario of complete and utter destruction which has occurred in Earth's past and will occur again.

Due to a recurring pattern of activity in the sun's magnetic fields, the magnetic poles of the Sun reverse from time to time. This, in turn, causes the release of massive solar flares that lash out into the solar system. These cause havoc with Earth's magnetic field, resulting in the reversal of Earth's magnetic poles, hence a reversal of its very rotation! Earth's outer crust is thrown into chaos, with planet-wide earthquakes, volcanoes and tidal waves reshapiang landmasses and seas in a matter of hours. Civilisation as we know it will end. Billions of casualties will occur worldwide; very few humans will survive. In the face of this immense cataclysm, Geryl urges mankind to prepare and endure. The outlook is bleak, but the obstacles are not insurmountable.

In this book, Geryl provides the blueprint for those wishing to survive the disaster to prepare themselves and prevail. He explains in detail the myriad problems survivors will encounter, and the precautions that need to be taken to overcome them. It is his hope that with this information in hand, enough people will live on to re-establish civilisation and continue human life on Earth.


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