Survival Sanctuary: Your Guide To Practical Knowledge

You will never find another book like this. The Survival Sanctuary published by Mark Johnson is your roadmap to a life in which you are in control of the environments and situations. It is your personal guide to leading a secure and independent living.

In the Survival Sanctuary book, authors share their knowledge on how to survive off-grid with 25 easy projects.


This amazing book has been written by Mark Johnson and Lex Andrews. They both have extensive experience building their own off-grid solar power installations.  Lex Andrews is a former engineer in the military field who has worked on several projects relating to survival and Mark Johnson is a Combat Engineer. They created this manual to provide readers with a plethora of useful information and the techniques to develop self-reliance in any sector of their lives.

The book

The authors have profound knowledge along with practical experience. You may be certain that every subject in this book has been tried and tested so that it will operate successfully. Furthermore, the book places a focus on lowering dependency on utility providers. 

What you will learn

During your acquaintance with the book, you will learn a lot of useful things and gain a lot of practical knowledge necessary to survive in a crisis.

Firstly, you will learn how to build your own solar power system and how to assemble a wind turbine from junk, and how to build a shelter.

Secondly, you will get the idea of how to collect and purify fresh drinking water, and how to make a fire without matches.

In addition, you will learn how to build a radio from scrap, how to build a solar dehydrator, how to build your DYI freeze-drier, and a lot of other highly important things.

Take into consideration that we showed you just the tip of the iceberg in this brief overview of the Survival Sanctuary guide. This book suits both experts and beginners. We would highly recommend it to anyone who is looking for a perfect survival guide.

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