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Heavy Snows and Freezing Lows Sweep Australia, + Step-up your Preparedness

Heavy snowfall was recorded across the higher elevations of Australia over the weekend as some of the coldest temperatures ever recorded in the country tore through southeastern states.

Hotham Alpine Resort in Victoria posted photos and videos showing a healthy dumping of global warming goodness on Sunday.

“Mother Nature has been hard at work bringing our base to 133cm (4.4ft),” the resort wrote in the post:

Heavy snow struck the island state of Tasmania, too:

Flakes were even noted in South Australia — “a very unusual occurrence,” according to @burme5e on Twitter.

Snow has been falling steadily across the Aussie mountains for the past week, with the heaviest flurries still yet to come.

As reported by, heavy snow is forecast to fall in Australia over the next 48-72 hours across at least 9 Ski Resorts, including in Falls Creek, Hotham, Mount Buller, Perisher and Thredbo, with the worst expected Wednesday night (July 28).

The latest GFS runs (shown below) appears to back this forecast up.

It sees well-over a meter (3.3+ft) accumulating across the southeast by early August:

GFS Total Snowfall (cm) July 26-Aug 5 [].

Looking even further ahead, after a brief warm-up for central and northern regions, another round of continent-spanning cold is set to engulf Australia as the calendar flips to August:

GFS 2m Temperature Anomalies for Aug 3 [].

Rug-up Aussies…

Step-up your preparedness

With every new crop report, the breadbaskets of the world –from South America, to China, and from Russia to the United States— are lowering production estimates, and many are now warning of “imminent” and “catastrophic” failures.

That ‘prepping window’ appears to be closing, fast — food shortages are now being felt across the majority of nations.

Even the MSM is telling us this.

From poultry stocks, to fresh veg; from beef to corn — the global food supply is creaking, and emergency stocks are waning.

COVID can be blamed, in part, for some of the supply chain issues we’re seeing (a lack of workers); however, the crux of the problem stems from lower production numbers as the historically low solar activity we’ve been experiencing in recent years (and the ‘wavy’ jet stream flow such activity delivers) continues to play ‘weather havoc’ across our planet’s growing regions.

Without meaning to sound too alarmist here, I see food rationing on the horizon.

This is just my opinion, of course, and feel free to ‘argue’ with me in the comments below if you see a different play; but I see no alternative — it is an inevitability.

Shortages first lead to skyrocketing prices.

Then comes rationing.

And finally are empty shelves, and closed supermarkets.

Then what do you do…?

I implore you to grow your own — now.

Prepare yourself and your loved ones for “the Great Reset”.

Brace for the ‘controlled demolition’ of our food systems, and therefore our society overall.

The faceless ‘they’ appear to be letting this happen.

Make connections with growers in your region, with likeminded folks, and with homesteaders.

And, practicing what I preach, I’m headed out to a local market as soon as I hit publish on this article.

Here in rural Portugal, a large portion of the population still grow their own food, and raise their own livestock — I’m tapping into that today, and plan to purchase a ‘backup’ chicken flock in case disease (or an Egyptian Mongoose) tears through my main one.

The system is about to fail.

The empire is crumbling.

Don’t go down with it…

The COLD TIMES are returning, the mid-latitudes are REFREEZING, in line with the great conjunction, historically low solar activitycloud-nucleating Cosmic Rays, and a meridional jet stream flow (among other forcings).

Both NOAA and NASA appear to agree, if you read between the lines, with NOAA saying we’re entering a ‘full-blown’ Grand Solar Minimum in the late-2020s, and NASA seeing this upcoming solar cycle (25) as “the weakest of the past 200 years”, with the agency correlating previous solar shutdowns to prolonged periods of global cooling here.

Furthermore, we can’t ignore the slew of new scientific papers stating the immense impact The Beaufort Gyre could have on the Gulf Stream, and therefore the climate overall.

Prepare accordingly— learn the facts, relocate if need be, and grow your own.

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26 Thoughts to “Heavy Snows and Freezing Lows Sweep Australia, + Step-up your Preparedness”

  1. Bill In Oz

    Come on Cap !
    Stop being so apopolyptic !
    Farmers have been getting bugger all for their crops for decades. If prices go up that’s good for farmers across the planet.
    And next season they will grow more.
    It’s all good mate !

    1. Boomebgrman

      . Except production has been down year over year for a few years now. Many countries are using up their strategic grain reserves, others are having trouble feeding cattle. Farmers are already trying to grow more but its proving quite difficult with 1000 year droughts in the us, 1000 year floods in Asia And Europe, and record cold in most of the remaining grain producers of the world.
      If your attitude is to sit back wait for someone else to make it all better next time around you’re in for a rude awakening.

    2. Cap Allon

      Here’s hoping…

      I see things playing out a little differently, but I am no soothsayer.


    3. The Wizard of Oz

      Eugenics works… especially well on the Tin…er… the Straw Man/Men… and you’re not in Kansas anymore and this ain’t 2019. Wake up and smell the glaciers.

  2. Creeky

    Well Windy isn’t forecasting anything much in the far southeast for the 3rd. A bit nippy next Friday morning but nothing special. I think this one is a bit melodramatic, although I am probably annoyed that I don’t have time to get to enjoy the snow.

  3. Jim

    Yup. We are hardening on our farm here in the Appalachian mountains of Pa. Just finished our meat processing shop and took in enough sodium nitrate and sodium nitrite to kill and preserve every pachyderm on the planet.

    Just found this site. I was cross referencing. Good info here. Thanks.

    1. Mike From Au

      In My Opinion, contrary to many survival methods including sprouting seeds and dried meat, our ancestors survived on fermented products as they are vastly more nutritious and can be eaten every day.

      Beans fermented with Bacillus Subtilis contain more vitamin K2 than any other food. The fermented beans keep for some time as the B Subtilis will largely prevent any other opportunisitic bacteria or fungus from colonising the food later.

      A very rough guide….To start from scratch, soak and then steam/pressure cook the beans of choice. Boil some grass or other organic matter like rice straw. This kills any lacto bacillus or other and the bacillus subtilis spores on the boiled grass/other survive the high temperature. Then, place some of the boiled grass on a tray of some type and place a layer of the cooked beans while still very hot on top of the material which will provide the starter culture and sprinkle a bit of the material on top also and then cover and incubate for a few days until the sticky strands of bio film start being produced on the beans. Incubation temperature is around 27C to 43C and i find 37C around body temperature is optimal.

      No need to buy Natto starter culture and the best info is from Korea and there are quite a few video’s on youtube on this method of making their own version of this femented bean product. I think if there are any sources on how to survive super cold climates on very little or less than a sack of beans over winter it is the Koreans. Look up “fermented beans”. Most of the videos on how to make Natto get stuck. Videos on how to make fermented beans from Korea, India, and south africa are easier to come by as there are many ways of doing this and it has been a survival food and a centerpiece of their ancient cuisine.

      As a bonus, the Bacilus Subtilis will cure just about any gastric disorder and the K2 reverses calcification of arteries and much much more.

      1. Cap Allon

        Invaluable information.

        Thank you,

        1. Mike From Au

          Thank you Cap

          Probably the richest source of information on K2 and B Subtilis as well as the biological framework with respect to cutting edge microbiome info is Kiran Krishnan.

          Gifted speaker and guide in the subject. A true wealth of knowledge.

          In my case, i cured my Pustular Psoriasis and shortness of breath in my late 50’s by fixing up my leaky gut. Fermented beans/B Subtilis saved me and gave me my life back. In my opinion. Three doctors, two of which were specialists opined it was incurable.

          1. Robert Cannon

            Wow Mike thanks for this info. Been wondering what to stock up on and a few sacks of beans is easy. And the B Subtilis sounds amazing with the K2, very healthy. You guys are survivors.

          2. MIke From Au

            Thank you Robert.

            One of many fermented B Subtilis methods.

            A truly delightful video from Maangchi as there are vastly more than one method of fermenting beans.

            Personally, i use a retired esky with an Inkbird temperature controller, although prior to that i was using some bottles of hot water in the retired esky to keep my beans warm during the fermentation process.

            “Extra-strong fermented soybean paste
            Cheonggukjang 청국장”

            From her website….
            “How many delicious recipes I have introduced to you that use soybeans? I showed you how to make key Korean ingredients with them like fermented soybean paste and soy sauce, and I also showed you how to make soy milk and ground soybean stew with them, too. Today I add one more thing: extra-strong fermented soybean paste, called cheonggukjang in Korean and one of my favorites”………

          3. MIke From Au

            “Taste of Wisdom Ep01 Korea’s Healing Food, Cheonggukjan 한국의 힐링푸드, 청국장
            Jan 26, 2014”

          4. Robert Cannon

            Thanks for the video- very interesting. I’m going to try it. Also there’s a lot about cooking beans so you get rid of the phytic acid. Soak a long time, 24-36 hr, drain. Maybe it doesn’t matter if fermenting.

      2. Ballistic Logos

        If you think K2 is important you will love this site, they go hand in hand:

        There is almost nothing more important than what is in this site above [and also this Electroverse site right here, right now] relative to surviving not just the incoming cosmic ray induced cloud cover and related weather/famines but also all the associated engineered soft kill agendas to “right size” the population beforehand. Stock up on real butter (K2) and all the good fats… including coconut oil and all the good fats and essential minerals in bullets too. Cheers.

        Thanks Cap, who know how many lives you are helping daily.

        1. Robert Cannon

          Thanks for that link- I forgot about them. Really great info on Covid. I used to get info from Vitamin D Council, he went under and disappeared. Really put his heart and pocketbook into it (Dr Cannell).

  4. Peter

    Carl Yung saw most of the world destroyed in a vision and was thankful that a small part remained living.
    He was an exceptional man.
    I dnt think there will be anywhere to hide during this one.
    I would believe him more than any other human.

  5. Richard Todd

    Wondering what your thoughts are on droughts in these solar minimum times here in Australia we went through three years of drought 17/18/19the worst in our history although a short one only having been settled by Europeans for 200 odd years and since then it hasn’t stopped raining ,cooling weather patterns generally bring more rain to our continent I don’t believe in climate change scare mongers but as I am typing this listening to the bbc blaming all these floods on global warming regards Richard

  6. Roman

    Hi there!

    I have a lot of respect for your Website however since you invite your readers for commenting your words I’m going to ad up my share of them.
    First of all what I don’t particularly like is your pattern to add up at the end of every article exactly the same paragraph about “global cooling”.
    Advising people to grow their own food seems to be a good idea however many of your readers live in cities in apartment buildings where growing anything on the balcony (if there is any) may not be even permitted.
    The worst aspect of your advice is that in case of catastrophic food shortage some people will resort to scouring the countryside for anything edible and those who have any surplus of food will loose it…

    One more comment: in Canada the definition of the term “heat wave” has been recently changed to x C (?) above the average temperature for the location so now even 27 or 28 C in the forecast is called “heat warning”.

    My respect to you.

    1. Cap Allon

      I advise people to get out of the cities, before they’re locked down and it’s too late.

      And I agree, when SHTF many folks will indeed scour the countryside; however, many more will believe that government will fix their woes, and will stay put in the cities — that’s where the food comes from (supermarkets) in their minds, at least…

      You points are noted though.

      Thank you,

      1. Deb

        I moved into the woods 5 yrs ago to escape all the people, but they are following after me.
        Good news- prop values are going up. If the bottom doesn’t drop out, I’ll sell out in a year or two and move farther out. Too many people make me nervous.

        1. Buffalo Bill

          Sassy… if I ever have to eat someone (It might as well be you) way I look at it anyway.

          1. Deb

            I would return the compliment, but I doubt salty old dog would be good for my blood pressure.

  7. Robert Campbell

    The problem I have is that I am too close too Melbourne – a bit over an hour away – so come the shortages the first thing be the populace of a 5M strong city raiding the country ( who could blame them though) and so there would be problems with me growing any crops here.

  8. Matt Dalby

    The problems are likely to occour in poorer nations first as richer countries can buy food on the global market and a lot of farmers will sell to whoever offers the highest price even if that means other people in their country going hungry. I’m not sure that global food production will drop so low that the wealthy nations will see major shortages unless other countries start banning exports to keep their own populations fed and prevent civil unrest. However things play out I’m sure that if the SHTF it will do so first in poor countries. If this does happen then environmentalists will be partly to blame as they’ve spent decades trying to prevent GM crops and increased fertilizer use (as well as economic development in general) especially in poorer countries that need them the most.
    I recommend that people read Apocalypse Never by Michael Shellenberger to understand the harm that environmentalists are doing to the planet and people. I think he’s right about a lot of things even though he believes that AGW is real, but not the end of the world, and doesn’t talk about the upcoming solar grand minimum.

  9. Chris Norman

    Food hoarders will become a government target.
    Your government, wherever you live, will be desperate to demonise someone as deflection.
    The penalties will be harsh.
    The cities will empty and the ravenous will be formidable.
    It’s all happened before.

    1. Ralph E Smith

      Most people Most of the time think based on current society and population levels.
      If covid vax drops the population 40% in 2-3 years, outcomes change a lot.
      What percentage of the true producers and skilled people will survive to keep the rest going>

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