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Xodus Solutions


For All of Us


About Survey #1

To participate please click the “Survey Link” in the upper right corner of this page.

We hope that you have read “Xodus Solutions” before you complete the survey but that is not a requirement.

This survey was carefully designed so that it will not be intrusive relative to your personal identity or even your specific location.  It was created to collect information about your desires relative to bugging-out (or not) and to determine your preferences for that activity.  Armed with the survey information we hope to offer you affordable solutions.


The Mission

National disasters or “Events” can come in many forms, and we want you to be ready for nearly anything. Therefore, the general purpose here must be to ensure that you understand what you are up against relative to all these preparations, and that you know how to solve these problems. This is addressed in two ways. The first, by doing it “your way,” which means doing it alone or as part of a small group, or secondly, in a more organized fashion with a larger group which would yield the resources to get things done bigger, better, and faster. Regardless of your choice – going it alone, small group, medium group, or large group – this book will give you the information you need to do it “your way.”

More concisely stated our mission is to help you get your head wrapped around all of this and know how to get things done.

We Have the Power to Prepare for the Future, and We’re Doing Something About It

There is a story about a Persian Army general that was constantly being presented with captured enemy soldiers who were accused of being spies, for which the penalty was death by firing squad. The general became weary of this. Knowing that not all these men were actually spies, he concocted a means to let some of these poor souls live. To assuage his guilt, he offered them a choice at the appointed time of their execution. They could either face the firing squad and certain death, or they could pass through “The Black Door.” All of them chose the firing squad fearing the uncertainty of what horrors may lay beyond the Black Door.

Then one day the general’s aide asked him, “Sir, what lies beyond the Black Door?” “Freedom,” replied the general. “And I thank God he has given me the courage to face the unknown.”

And so it is with each of us. We too have a choice to make, and that is the door that I am asking you to consider here. You can stick you head in the sand for fear of what is beyond the black door, or you can do something. This decision may only affect you at this time, but someday it could end up being a decision that benefits your children, or even your grandchildren. That would be a nice legacy to leave