You better be prepared for off grid survival when things go south...

Dear Friend:

You guys know I never send you offers on bogus alternative energy scams or crazy UFO, anti-gravity, or perpetual motion junk. But I have reviewed this off grid survival eBook and it is legitimate... yes, there is solar panel info in this eBook. As you know, I have in the past been opposed to solar energy because of the costs involved.

But... did you know you can buy solar panels for $1 a watt these days?!

Not too long ago, it was more like $3 a watt. At $1 a watt it becomes a lot more interesting. And in the event of some kind of emergency, a relatively inexpensive 1000 watt small solar system could run some of your essential electronics for a while every day. Like computers, phone chargers, emergency radios, lights, TV, etc. If you size your system right, you could even run refrigerators, freezers, and more!

This eBook is not just about power though... it's about heating your water and your home with the sun and building a simple, inexpensive refrigeration unit that requires no electricity.

In my opinion, the first thing you need for you and your family before an emergency is a safe water supply, then food, survival guidesecurity, and then energy.

Watch the YouTube video below and look at the pictures of empty store shelves before the Atlanta "snowpocalypse" just to show you what kind of things you need to be prepared for. The first is a cool video about preparing for an emergency and the pictures show you what happens to store supplies if you are crazy enough to wait till an emergency happens before stocking up.

Makes you wonder what people would do in a real emergency... trust me, they will fight over food, water, and gas and even loot and kill to survive.

Think seriously about purchasing this eBook (click on link for more info)...

The 5 Minute Survival Blueprint (Only $7 for you TODAY!)

Watch this video now...

Here's the pics of the store shelves after an Atlanta snowstorm...empty store shelves after emergencyempty store shelves after emergency


Bill Anderson