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Airguns – The Ultimate in Urban Survival Hunting

It is early in the morning. You’re walking alone. You are aware of all the little noises around you. Back home cupboards are bare and you know that you need to provide something for the family. There is a chill on the air as the sun begins to rise. You finally arrive to one of your prime areas,...

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Rising Food Prices

U.S. Food Prices Positioned to Sky Rocket in 2014

The headline “U.S. faces higher food price inflation in 2014” is big news. This came out last Friday, May 23rd and very few news agencies picked up the headline. Friends, this is HUGE news. Why? The feds have been doing everything in their power to change the numbers so they are more attractive...

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Practice Living Without Technology Before TEOTWAWKI

Practice Living Without Technology Before TEOTWAWKI

We talk about survival quite a bit here at Holistic Survival. Financial survival, in particular, is one of Jason Hartman’s favorite topics. Here’s something we wonder if you’ve thought about. Could technology addiction send you over the edge when the s**t hits the fan and there is no more Internet...

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HS 197 - Cold Weather Survival "Ultimate Survival Alaska" Style

HS 197 – Cold Weather Survival “Ultimate Survival Alaska” Style

When it comes to survival, some talk the talk and some walk the walk. Grady Powell does both. Many people know Grady from his work on the National Geographic Channel show “Ultimate Survival Alaska,” but to land a gig like that requires loads of street cred, which Grady happens to have earned. As...

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Phil Alexander

HS 129 – Internet Security & Data Privacy with Phil Alexander

The biggest challenges people are facing today in our online world is that there is so much information out there that everyone is exposed to security threats. So how do you protect yourself? Jason Hartman interviews Phil Alexander, security and data expert and founder of Data Privacy Network regarding...

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Rev. Irvin Baxter

HS 128 – War & the Mark of the Beast with Rev. Irvin Baxter

The book of Revelations has been interpreted as the end of times, with many variations on the “how,” “when,” and “who.” Because this book of the Bible is written in metaphors, it is impossible to determine the actual end of time as we know it, but it may be possible to connect the dots of...

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Pasha Roberts

HS 127 – “Silver Circle” Movie with Pasha Roberts

Jason Hartman is joined on this episode by Pasha Roberts, creator of the upcoming movie, “Silver Circle.” Pasha Roberts is the founder of an animation studio outside of Boston, Lineplot Productions. He is currently Director of its major production underway, Silver Circle. Lineplot began as an animation...

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Brian Camden

HS 126 – Fortified Homes and Hardened Structures with Brian Camden

Economic tensions, nuclear and EMP threats, and acts of terrorism, both domestic and abroad, have people concerned about their safety and survival. During the Cold War, bomb shelters or fallout shelters became very popular. Today, your own home can provide the protection you need from whatever threats...

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Sir Charles Shults III

HS 125 – Energy and Space with Sir Charles Shults III

Jason Hartman interviews scientist and inventor, Sir Charles Shults III, regarding the world’s energy technology and his research on Mars and why it is important. Sir Charles explains the problems with some energy technologies, including the environmental issues and financial costs. He points...

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Duane Elgin

HS 124 – Scripting for Humanity with Duane Elgin

Humanity faces many challenges, such as climate disruptions, species extinction, shortage of cheap oil, overpopulation, limited resources – a list that could go on and on. But Jason Hartman’s guest on this episode, internationally recognized author Duane Elgin says the biggest concern is how urgent...

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