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Using Your Inner Compass to Keep Your Rational Mind  From Killing You - Survival Author  Matthew Stein

According to popular survival author Matthew Stein, there are no rules for survival.  Just guidelines for those with the presence of mind to follow their own inner compass, as opposed to playing hunches or weighing the odds.

The author of When Disaster Strikes: A Comprehensive Guide for Emergency Planning and Crisis Survival and When Technology Fails: A Manual for Self-Reliance, Sustainability, and Surviving the Long Emergency, Matthew Stein reveals a powerful survival directive built into each one of us. Unlocking this powerful lifesaving skill is easy and in this interview, he tells you exactly how you can begin doing it today. 

In this interview, Marshall shares what his newest book, Being In It for the Species, has to say about the return of the Annunaki and their coming shock and awe arrival.  Also, for those of you who are long on dental problems and short on cash, you'll love this show.  This is because Marshall explains a self-help technique called oil pulling and shares his own experience. 

Practiced for thousands of years in India, it became hugely popular in America in the last year, because it helps cash-strapped folks to stay out of the dental chair. It also helps to detoxify the chemtrail abuse in your body.

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