I live the Toltec Way. The Toltec Way says that you prepare for the worst, so that you can have the luxury to then expect the best… because to be taken by surprise drains energy.The Seer Almine
By popular request, the Seer's 2003 lecture on emergency food storage. It is based on Esther Dickey's Passport to Survival. As far as I can tell, the book is out of print, but you can at least find the first edition on the Internet Archive – link. The book is inspired by the survival protocols of the Mormon Church, which has the best resources for emergency preparation.
This lecture is presented 'as is'. It's provided for informational purposes and food for thought. Almine is not telling you to go do anything. Instead, the takeaway should be to consider the loss of consciousness from the surprise shock of black swan events, and determine how you can best prepare against that.
In addition, this material doesn't consider (or contradict) the Seer's teachings on the illusion of external sustenance, or the issues with ingesting animal DNA for Original Ones, as identified in the Tablets of Fire. But rather, in Almine's words, and presupposing the paradigm of nutritional sustenance, "I am trying to give you foods that will keep you alive, and that you don't have to worry about for ten years."
The method that Almine refers to is basically using a pendulum to determine whether a food item is giving energy (clockwise) or taking energy (counter-clockwise).
Even if I wanted to stock up on food for ie months in advance. I couldn't, I just don't have the extra room.
A major consideration is that there is a very real possibility of the postal system at the very least being disrupted, and in fact it's already happened in a few places (eg. Canada Post recently suspended deliveries and I hear are now refusing parcels at post offices). To that end I've stocked on a few months worth of stuff that I would normally only be able to get online – that just feels smart to me. Also seriously considering the general aspects of self-sufficiency and growing some seeds for greens and things, which I was going to put off until moving later in the year. Again all just feels smart. Very grateful to have these reminders from Almine at this time, it does produce a deeper grounding effect to have this wonderful opportunity to tap into her innate practical wisdom once again in the midst of all of this; a rare and precious quality she possess that so few spiritual beings exhibit in equal measure to the lofty principles they speak of. This powerful groundedness is actually one of the things that I admire most about our Beloved One!
On this subject though, in considering these few posts over the last week I've had some instances of spontaneous recapitulation of lingering threads of events that have happened over the last few years completely unrelated to survival-based preparedness, but simply preparedness around life-stuff in general, around which I did not accurately apply these principles.
There were a couple of events that drained me due to the shock because I overlooked the dysfunctional tendencies of the people involved for example, or the likelihood (or at least possibility!) that things could go the way they would through accurate assessment of where others/circumstances/situations are really at, and only focused on the best possible outcome, ignoring the rest – which resulted in personal catastrophe for me. Bottom line, these principles apply to absolutely everything. Always best to be prepared, and then indeed, to expect the very best in authentic, grounded confidence through having done so.
Sara Roshan says
It is lovely, Thank you for the resources and book.
Sarah Murray says
Preparing is best. It's just that I don't resonate with being without food for 3 YEARS in the distant future. Mabye 6 months to a one years worth. But if you're stating that I should still get 200 lbs of wheat per person, per year STILL could be a possibility? I guess I'm just worried about wasting all that money and food for 'nothing'? Recently Almine stated we should have three months worth of expenses. But 3 YEARS worth of food after all of the doomsday scenarios that have been prevented? I'm just so…confused and slightly anxious now. To still get the 200 lbs per year or to not only get a years worth…that's something I'm going to have to ponder
In this lecture, Almine is expanding on the worst case scenario, and the most extreme form of preparation. There are milder forms to consider, based on more food rotation, etc. The cataclysms that were on the horizon then are not on the horizon now. However, the potential loss of consciousness due to shock surprise remains a consideration in the times ahead. And we're only releasing this workshop because of the various questions we received on the subject. Think of it as a conceptual starting point in exploring the idea of preparation – a thought experiment, if you will – and ultimately designing your own strategy. Ultimately, it's just about learning to become more self-sufficient.
Sarah Murray says
Thank you so much Rogier! Cheers brother! 🙂
Thank you Rogier
Hi Seer and Awesome Team
I was also wondering if there could be some co-relation between the virus and the AI forces too . Mostly because of the way the virus tries to artificially replicate the RNA genome structure ?
I understand this particular virus was a bioweapon and used for political reasons but still wonder maybe there are some archetypal forces are in play underneath the surface ?🤔
Much love to you all , stay safe 🙏
Yes! I have believed in this Toltec approach to preparedness for decades. I'm even reminded of Girl Guides/ Boy Scouts motto "be prepared" and the expression "hope for the best yet prepare for the worst".
Also, I remember attending Almine's "Flight of the Eagle" workshop in Toronto in 2003. Alas, it's true it disturbed some light family, some of them who then withdrew from Almine's teachings, alas. However, I trusted and felt it served a purpose. The "worst" didn't manifest at that time, perhaps due to our shift.
Similarly, I was shocked 1 year later when on a trip to Peru & Bolivia with Drumvalo Melchizedek and ~70 others, he told us when we first met as a group near Machu Picchu that a new ice age could start within months or years! We thought "what a terrible way to start a spiritual journey". Again, afterward I felt we shifted that possibility.
Food for thought!
Thank you, this definitely stimulates my mind to consider how prepared I am and what options I have to feel and ultimately be more prepared.