While many skills have been steadily improving with time, there are some that have take an about turn, all but disappearing with the passage of time. The Lost Ways might just be the answer you’re looking for.
Life in the 21st century has been improving exponentially, technological and scientific breakthroughs taking us further and further away from our past. Subjects covered in The Lost Ways are the very skills these breakthroughs are taking from us.
But while some might consider this improvement in lifestyle as a step in the right direction, there are those with far less confidence in our way of life. And for very good reason.
A lifestyle such as the one humanity is currently heading towards is replacing our very way of life with one dependent more and more on technology. And that’s the problem.
Technology is a Problem
It wasn’t that long ago that life had a completely different purpose than today. While many of today’s people live much more comfortable lives than our ancestors ever did, is it truly a sustainable way of life?
The issue with our technologically-advanced society is the reliance on other people for our very survival.
Few people today understand how to self-sustain themselves for more than a few days at a time. They have very little knowledge about growing food and processing the food they do have, in order to store it safely for weeks, months or years.
But our ancestors knew how to grow food and how to forage native plants and hunt animals safely, often able to sustain whole population centers without any outside help.
They didn’t have access to computers, the internet, refrigeration or even electricity. Yet, they kept food preserved for many months during harsh winters, treated the sick and injured without doctors and grew enough food to last a year.
By continuing to rely on our connected world for all our resources and information, we fail to understand that it could all disappear in the blink of an eye.
A disaster on a global scale could essentially knock out the electricity grid and end our way of life before anyone had a chance to download the information they needed to survive.
The Lost Ways Are the Answer
The Lost Ways are the culmination of one man who refused to allow the skills of our ancestors to disappear completely. They contain the kind of information that will not only feed your family when everyone else is starving, but will also save your life through nutrition and bush medicine.
It is hard to understand the importance of what The Lost Ways hold within. But it’s not hard to imagine how tough life would be without them. While many preppers are great at stockpiling food and water, planning escape routes and organizing ways to bug out discreetly with their family, just how long will that food last?
And there are other things to consider with the food you have. What if it’s destroyed? What if there’s a secondary incident that renders your food supply useless? You may have to resort to growing your own food, but crops take time to grow and reach maturity. What happens in the meantime?
The Lost Ways are to your survival what Google is for general information to those with a cell phone. They are the bread and butter of any survivalist’s stockpile and need inclusion in anyone’s long-term survival plan.
The skills, hint and tips included in the pages are invaluable for keeping your family healthy, well fed and fit enough to face the challenges when the rest of the world is going down the plug hole.
The Time to Use Them is Now
One of the biggest downfalls of any survivalist is the “I’ll do it tomorrow” mentality. Disasters don’t give second chances. They don’t announce their arrival with plenty of notice to give you time to prepare.
They happen with very little warning and often cause unprecedented damage that many people struggle to overcome.
If you think tomorrow is a better day to plan for a disaster, then you have a far bigger problem to deal with. Because complacency will only get you so far. A disaster is not going to message you ahead of time. For the sake of you and your family, take the necessary action today so you can ensure their survival tomorrow.
The Lost Ways are a survivalist’s best friend. They will reintroduce you to the ways our ancestors survived more than just disasters. They will show you how they managed to survive when there were no supermarkets nearby.
The guide is one of the most researched and well-planned tools ever to have been put together. And it’s waiting for you to check it out.
You don’t really have anything to lose by seeing what The Lost Ways is all about. Other than the fact it will load you up with invaluable information on how to plan to survive any event or disaster.