The following partial list is some of the items crazy uncles should consider for their left-behind boxes and/or rooms, plus the bug-out backpacks and bags they plan to leave behind for their left-behind families, friends, neighbors and total strangers. This list isn’t complete by any stretch of the imagination but it can be used as a starter list.
More information on many of these items, their uses and some of their contact sources are within the first thirty (30) articles of the “After the Rapture” series on the Rapture
Ready (RR) website (www.raptureready.com). A listing of articles by number and posting dates with a brief list of each article’s contents will be in article #33.
This list is also a good item to leave in the left-behind boxes for those left behind. The Bible doesn’t tell us how much time there will be between the actual rapture and the revealing of the identity of the antichrist and when he will appear on the scene. Plus, it doesn’t tell us when the false prophet will be revealed or when both of them will begin their joint dictatorship.
With that being said, we don’t know how much time the left behind will have to find a Wilderness
camp and an alternate site or two, plus to pick a group of 10-12 new baby Christians and stock the new wilderness home with supplies, equipment, and do camp development (like digging caves, cellars, etc.).
I would hope that immediately after the rapture – when Jesus Christ’s Church vanishes up into the clouds – some of those left behind will be shocked into action almost immediately. I hope it supercharges their spiritual batteries into fast forward and upward!
This list is by all means not a complete list. It is mainly items I have picked out from my previous 30 RR “After the Rapture” articles. So you can add to and take away from this basic list. It all depends on how much time you have to prepare for antichrist and the false prophet.
But with or without antichrist and the false prophet, maddening crime and violence will surely break out immediately after the rapture. One only needs to look at what happens after a disaster like a hurricane, tornado, massive forest fire, riots, etc., breaks out and how the criminal elements move in almost immediately to loot, steal, destroy, etc. And to many of those left behind, the rapture is such a disaster.
If you have the time, it would be best for you to find your preferred wilderness area and a nearby additional place where you can then start stashing equipment and supplies. You need to do this while you can still buy gasoline and drive a car so as to have a way to haul the heavy and bulky stuff, like the homemade solar water-distilling box to the new location. You want to be secretive about this move, and the only ones you can trust will probably be within your group of 10 or 12.
When you are buying your stash, no doubt you will use credit cards, which leaves a paper trail for the gestapo to follow. They will have a complete record as to what you bought; and if they find camping gear, equipment and supplies on that list, they will have clues to what you are doing. You can also get cash on your credit card to buy stash; that leaves a less visible trail.
Here are a couple of tips to mislead the gestapo:
Leave a map with markings on it from another state to leave the impression that this is where you have relocated. Or you can mail yourself a letter from the next town over, inviting yourself to come live with “them.” Naturally you want to use an address from a home where the occupants have been raptured, and sign their name and address to the letter. After the rapture, there should be plenty of vacant homes to pick from. Also, if you are close to an airport, walk through it looking for discarded ticket stubs, boarding passes, etc., that you can pick up and leave in your house to make antichrist believe you took a plane somewhere.
But double check your home before leaving to make sure that you don’t leave any evidence as to your new, true whereabouts. “No sense in feeding the alligators!”
Once you have stashed your stash, you need to move in. I would suggest you park your car in the bad end of a fairly distant town with about a half tank of gas and leave the keys in the ignition in plain view and the doors unlocked, and maybe a window or two rolled down. It would surely get stolen and driven hopefully in another direction. The car won’t be reported as stolen (its owner is gone into the wilderness “somewhere”), so the car thieves might want to leave the area unnoticed and undetected. They might believe they are getting away with a crime, but they are really helping those left behind to escape.
You and whoever is with you will need to hike into your wilderness area on foot; and since it might be a long walk, you might want to have backpacks with food and water to last on your hiking trip. You don’t want anyone in your car that is physically unable to hike a long distance. You might leave them at your stash locations on your last stash drop-off run to wait on you to get there on foot. Be sure they have food, water, matches and a sleeping bag for their wait.
Another option is to take a bus after parking your car close to the bus depot where it has a good chance of being stolen (some people riding buses are usually without transportation, so a vacant car with keys in the ignition will be tempting). The bus can let you off on its paved route several miles from your wilderness camping area. You can hike in and set up camp for a week or two while you look for another camp area that is much, much deeper into the wilderness.
Your group of 10-12 ought to be together by then, so you can pack your stash into your new location. If you have a lot of stash, it might take two or more stash-transfer trips. But be sure to transfer the most important stash first.
The following is your starter list:
TOOLS SOLAR EQUIPMENT
Axes Hand-cranked solar-powered radio
Hatchets with sheath Battery charger, rechargeable batteries
Pick axes LED battery powered lanterns
Shovels Solar water purifier
Garden hose Solar-powered security cameras
Wire cutters SURVIVAL MANUALS & BOOKS
Pliers First Aid camping manuals
Saws Gun Safety
Hammers Pioneer, Native American, etc. living
Sledge hammers Boy Scout manuals (the older editions)
Manual hand drill with bits Military field manuals
Wood chisels “Nuclear War Survival Skills” by Kearney
dinnerware (has other uses) USAF Survival Handbook
OUTLETS (for survival supplies) “Seed to Seed” book
Bass Pro Shops, etc. Lehman’s Country Hardware catalog
Army Surplus Store “DON’T FORGET TO BUILD A SOLAR
Orscheln’s Farm & Home Supply DISTILLING BOX & ALSO TO TEST IT”
SUPPLIES GEAR & EQUIPMENT
Rolls of wire (bailing wire) Guns & ammunition
rolls of duct tape Bow & lots of arrows
Rolls of rope extra bow strings, bows
Rolls of cord string Swiss Army Knife
Rolls of plastic sheeting Seine nets for fishing
Gunny sacks & burlap bags Fishing gear, hooks, lines, floats,
5-gallon buckets Compass
Rolls of aluminum foil Water filters & bladders
Hot chili powder (for tracking dogs) To-Go or Bug-Out backpacks
30 or 33 gallon trash bags Heavy-duty tarps
Waterproof matches Hunting knives with sheaths
Cigarette lighters w/extra flints, lighter fluid Sharpening stones for knives
Paper tablets or legal pads Mylar or thermo blanket
Wooden stick pencils with rubber erasers Hand-crank grinder for food, grain
CLOTHINGS FOOD & SUPPLIES
Camouflage heavy-duty and all-weather Heirloom seed for planting
Thermo work boots (2 pairs per person) Lots of One-a-Day supplements
Insulated underwear MRE’s
Gloves, hats, scarfs Freeze-dried food
Overalls Long-storage food (nuts, raisins)
Lots & lots of socks Cans of salt, pepper, cinnamon
Rain gear SPIRITUAL
MISCELLANEOUS SUPPLIES BIBLES,BIBLES,BIBLES!!!
Ferro rods, magnesium sticks Bible study courses books
Plastic zip-lock bags and twist ties Concordances, dictionaries
–Zip-lock bags assorted sizes All teachings, articles in “Left-
Water filters & bladders behind” boxes from “Crazy Uncles”
MEDICAL SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT ATTENTION!
Snake-bite kits It is suggested that as you furnish
Liquid iodine with eye dropper and equip your new location and
Large container of iodine tablets build-up your inventory and stash,
Assorted sizes of bandages, dry-wraps you do so with 7 years in mind.
Elastic wraps, rolls of tape You don’t want to run through your
Book on nature’s remedies from wild plants 7-year supply of anything in the
first year. But rather you must
There are many good large first-aid kits on ration to make sure your supplies
the market that contain a large supply of last. There is no guarantee you
equipment, tools, supplies, etc. These are will make it last seven years but
usually for industrial use where a large work go into this period believing you
force is present. This is what your 10-12 will. Just make it to the 1,000-year
person community needs. Go online and Millennium where everything is
Google “industrial first-aid kits.” provided and nobody will run out of anything!