Authors Stan Deyo and his wife Holly Drennan Deyo discussed earth changes, prophecy, social unrest, and what we can do to prepare for the coming upheaval. Stan noted that the sun’s protective “bubble” has been shrinking, which makes Earth more susceptible to harmful cosmic rays (view related graphics). We’ve been seeing dramatic weather events, with extremes in cold and heat, and more floods and drought, they detailed.
The Deyos recently visited an Indian tribe and discussed Hopi Prophecy with them. According to Hopi prophecy, at one point the sun will get so hot that grass will burn, and water will submerge many areas in the United States (Superstorm Sandy ?). A prelude to the earth changes will be a civil war between factions within the U.S., followed by Martial Law, and an overseas invasion leading to the fall of America, the Hopis believe.
In preparation to shield themselves from the sun, some Hopis are digging underground igloos stocked with 3-4 weeks worth of food, Stan reported. Holly suggested that families put together a Disaster Plan which includes a meeting place outside of the home. Because food delivery could be interrupted at stores, she advocated for intensive gardening, growing a lot of plants in a small, concentrated area. We need to have enough food, medicine and water to regroup in the event of an emergency, said Stan.
Stan Deyo has held Above Top Secret Security Clearance and worked undercover for the FBI. He was part of an exclusive “black project”, headed by Dr. Edward Teller specializing in the development of “flying saucer technology”.
Holly Drennan Deyo graduated from the University of Missouri in Kansas City with a BA in English and understudies in Sociology and Geology. Although her first love was writing and research, this career was interrupted in order to run a family business for 14 years. Determined to put homemaking on the front burner, Holly retired and embarked upon preparedness research. In addition, Holly authored, ‘Dare to Prepare’, a 500 page reference book on preparedness.
The phrase “Earth Changes” was coined by the American psychic Edgar Cayce to refer to the belief that the world will soon enter on a series of cataclysmic events causing major alterations in human life on the planet.
This includes “natural events” (such as major earthquakes, the melting of the polar ice caps, a pole shift of the planetary axis, major weather events, solar flares and so on) as well as huge changes of the local and global social, economical and political systems.
Survivalism is a movement of individuals or groups (called survivalists or preppers) who are actively preparing for emergencies as well as possible disruptions in social or political order, on scales ranging from local to international. Survivalists often have emergency medical and self-defence training, stockpile food and water, prepare for self-sufficiency, and build structures that will help them survive or “disappear” (e.g. a survival retreat or underground shelter).
Anticipated disruptions include the following: Clusters of natural disasters, patterns of apocalyptic planetary crises, or Earth Changes (tornadoes, hurricanes, earthquakes, blizzards, solar storms, severe thunderstorms). A disaster caused by the activities of humankind (chemical spills, release of radioactive materials, nuclear or conventional war, oppressive governments). The general collapse of society caused by the shortage or unavailability of resources such as electricity, fuel, food, or water. Financial disruption or economic collapse (caused by monetary manipulation, hyperinflation, deflation, or depression). A global pandemic. Widespread chaos or some other unexplained apocalyptic event.
The advent of H1N1 Swine Flu in 2009 piqued interest in survivalism, significantly boosting sales of preparedness books and making survivalism more mainstream. Events such as the 2010 Haiti earthquake, the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill, and the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami have revitalized the survivalist community.
The third wave of Survivalism began after the September 11, 2001 attacks and subsequent bombings in Bali, Madrid, and London. This resurgence of interest in survivalism appears to be as strong as the first wave in the 1970s. The fear of war, avian influenza, energy shortages, environmental disasters and global climate change, coupled with economic uncertainty, and the apparent vulnerability of humanity after the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami and Hurricane Katrina, has once again made survivalism popular. Preparedness is once more a paramount concern to many people who seek to stockpile supplies, gain useful skills, and develop contacts with like-minded.
These developments led Gerald Celente, founder of the Trends Research Institute, to identify a trend that he calls “Neo-Survivalism”.