Apocalypse, How to Survive a Global Crisis

Rated 4.64 out of 5 based on 11 customer ratings
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Will the world, as we know it, end in our time? It’s the intention of this book and the will of its author product money back garunteeto teach you what you’ll need to know to survive IF it does. Spiritual prophecies, scientific predictions, meteor impacts, viral pandemics, economic / government collapse, solar flares, electrical grid collapse, climate change, floods, ice age, WW3, polar shifts, Planet X, peak oil, super tsunamis, alien invasions, how the government’s preparing–this book has it all. It teaches how you and your family can survive it all–how to make shelters, electricity, weapons, grow/hunt food. It is a complete and total self-help guide for everyone, not only for the end times, but any global crisis, of which we seem to be having our fair share lately. Written by a retired Boeing Aerospace Technician who lived 100% self-sufficiently and cut-off from society for six years, Dan Martin presents an eye-opening view of humanity; and his insights into possible future events are thought provoking, to say the least. It makes you wonder, is the end closer than we think? Are any of us really prepared?

APOCALYPSE, How to Survive a Global Crisis, is the first of a three-part series by Dan Martin. Martin has written and published dozens of do-it-yourself guides on the subject—from How to Make Your Own Ethanol, to How to Build Your Own Solar Panels and Wind Turbines. These books are available on Dan Martin has drawn the attention of established global newspapers, websites and magazines, and has conducted numerous radio and television interviews.

After receiving a degree in Environmental Sciences from the University of Hawaii, Martin became a consultant, performing hundreds of sustainable-living projects abroad, teaching others how to make their own renewable fuels, harness alternative energies, build with natural materials and live independently. He has designed and supervised dozens of private corporation and governmental projects overseas, lectures, teaches university seminars around the world, and conducts workshops on sustainable and renewable energy projects in Asia and South and Central America. Martin now operates self-sustainable ranches in Texas and Mexico where he also runs a non-profit organization.

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Dan Martin’s has written his guides so that everyone, everywhere, of all ages and genders can easily carry-out each set of step by step instructions at the lowest cost (often with free materials) possible. They’re packed with easy to read directions, clear step specific photos and great diagrams/drawings.

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11 reviews for Apocalypse, How to Survive a Global Crisis

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    David Crestoff

    A shocking, life-altering appraisal of what can happen to our world and what actions we may have to learn to take to survive. R-rated, and in some places, X-rated, Martin shocks us to get our attention to sit up and take notice, to learn survival skills he sets before us, to wake us from our lethargical, self-induced, rote mentality television haze, before it’s too late to save ourselves. After a history overview of prophecy and governments, “Apocalypse” gives us a brutal look into the realities of having to fend for ourselves when faced with annihilation. Not for the squeamish! I recommend this book for those who have strength of mind and spirit who will, with Martin’s help, no doubt survive when so challenged.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Christian Savon

    I heard the radio interview and was very impressed. I had to go buy “Apocalypse” right away! The thing that people don’t get is that we’re living thru these cataclysmic times right now with global warming, solar ice caps melting, extreme weather like flooding and hurricanes, especially on the Mississippi River and Midwest part of our country, and nobody’s had a plan of survival except Dan Martin, as far as I can tell. Some parts of the book are a little hard to take, granted, but you tell it like it is, and give us a practical plan to follow. Great book! Can hardly wait for the next one!

  3. Rated 5 out of 5


    This is a pretty intense and thought provoking book, man! I can’t imagine leaving my job and society and just going off into the mountains like that and living on my own without seeing anybody for 5 or 6 years. Like you said, you hafta have a plan and stick to it. You got cajones, sir! The book is so replete with knowledge, I don’t know where to start. It’s worth it’s weight in gold! Where did you learn all this stuff? You have to be methuselah to gain all this knowledge. And you’re so young. I’ve been wasting my life, is all I can say. You’ve made me start thinking and re-evaluating my life to go in a different direction, start learning to be more self sufficient, man.
    This book teaches me all I need to know to take care of myself and my family (which is my mother who lives with me). It’s so comprehensive. There’s so much in there. I liked the history about Edgar Cayce and the other prognosticators, but I think you could have left the list of all the Popes out. You almost lost me there, like zzzzzzzzz! I kind of fell asleep trying to get thru it, like the Begats, you know? But it’s not a book you read in one sitting. All in all, you got some mind blowing things in there. Hell, I can’t imagine having to do a trach on myself or my mom! But like you say, you gotta be ready for anything, right? Anyway, the book is A++. I got it on my nightstand next to my Bible. The only 2 books to grab when something major comes down. One to save my soul, the other to save my life. Thanks, man!

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Dan Olsen

    Simply blown away is all I can say. two thumbs up, this book is riviting. I’m surprised they let you publish it in the U.S. with all our censorship. I don’t even know where to start. Any normal book this size would take the reader a couple weeks to read, I read it non-stop in 9 hours. I literally couldn’t put it down. From the religious and scientific based predictions, to current events worldwide to what the future holds. Truly breathtaking. I felt worn out afterwords, like excersizing while reading.

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    TJ Laven

    From the philosophical to the practical, you packed it all in—a lot more information in here than it appears. Five stars for me!

  6. Rated 4 out of 5


    This is a very comprehensive book which should be included in any school or library. It’s a valuable tool to reference if/when our society is met with a global challenge. I found it to be very helpful, especially the preparedness list and medical instructions. But I have to take issue with your argument that we will have to be prepared to protect our turf which may mean killing others to survive (which was a little too graphic for my taste, I must say!) Given the examples we’ve seen recently from the Boston Marathon bombing and even 9-11, the first instinct many people had, after they realized they were alright, was to help their fellow man—fight, not flight. Disasters seem to bring people, especially Americans, together, rather than turn them against each other. I’m sure there will be those who will flee and try to protect what’s theirs, but on the whole, I think man is more altruistic than you paint him to be.

    I think in times of catastrophe, we try to reach out and help our brother than take from him. But I guess you’re talking about after a global catastrophe (hence the title!) where everything is gone and it’s a wasteland. Then we would probably revert to animalistic behavior to survive, that’s true. Let’s hope it never gets to that point. Anyway, your book is an excellent manual on survival. Good work! I hope I never have to use it.

  7. Rated 5 out of 5

    Bill G.

    I’ve never read anything like this book before. I didn’t realize how many apocalyptic events we’ve had so far. Your list of events really hits home. And that stuff about the government having underground bunkers to take care of the officials in case of a catastrophe. You’re right. Nobody’s going to take care of us. We have to be prepared to build our own shelters and find food in case of a disaster. I especially like the list of supplies towards the end. You’ve got everything in there! It’s very helpful. Looking forward to your next book.

  8. Rated 5 out of 5

    Jama Jama

    “When/If life as we know it ever reverts back to ‘simpler’ times due to any occurrence or multiple occurrences at any time, you’ll need the life lessons that were once passed down from generation to generation (as well as few additional ones I’ve devised) to guide you in and through the new world”, writes former engineer at Boeing, disaster survival consultant, and founder of Agua Luna, Dan Martin, in his often shocking but always thought provoking book Apocalypse: How to Survive a Global Crisis. The author describes the potential nightmare disasters that can destroy society as we know it, and how to survive not only the catastrophic events themselves, but also how to survive in the new and dangerous world that would emerge in the aftermath.

    Dan Martin presents a number of global disaster scenarios,ranging from the readily plausible to the truly exotic. Far from dismissing even more fanciful sounding prophecies, the author considers them surprisingly realistic descriptions of world wide catastrophes of epic proportion. In all of the various societal destroying cases, Dan Martin recognizes that the general population will be completely unprepared, and chaos will be the immediate result. The author points to examples like Hurricane Katrina to demonstrate that governments will be unwilling or unable to provide the needed assistance for survivors. To prevent this lack of preparedness from endangering the lives of his readers and their families, the author shares many survival techniques ranging from the simple to the extreme.

    Dan Martin pulls no punches with his clear eyed description of the potential modern world ending catastrophes. The author leaves no doubt in the mind of the reader that should events unfold in any of the global destroying events described in the book, that the world we know will only be a distant memory. Instead of our usual daily routines, concerns, and obsessions, the first needs will be simple survival, food acquisition, shelter, and personal safety.

    For Dan Martin, the old rules of society will be replaced by a ruthless law of the jungle aftermath, where people will be forced to change how they think about life, property, and other people. The scenarios presented are frightening, and outside of the life experience of most people. As a result, Dan Martin offers some lessons in disaster survival, many of which will be repugnant to most readers. He offers those ideas to give people a rude awakening as to what a post-apocalyptic world will be like in no uncertain terms. The world as we know will have ended, and Dan Martin shares harsh lessons in extreme survival techniques and strategies.

    For me, the power of the book is how Dan Martin provides realistic and plausible scenarios of global disasters that would end modern life as we know and understand it. The author describes with unflinching clarity the difficult and soul searching decisions that people will be forced by circumstances to make to ensure the survival of themselves and their families. It should be noted that not all of the survival strategies and tactics are ones that would appeal to most people The author provides a service to his readers in making them aware that other crisis survivors might not be as ethical as the readers of this book. On the other hand, Dan Martin provides some very useful strategies that can be employed in local disasters; along with the global society destroyers presented in this book.

    I highly recommend the over sized and potentially life saving book Apocalypse: How to Survive a Global Crisis by Dan Martin, to anyone seeking a no holds barred survival guide to global natural or man made catastrophes. The techniques shared in this book may not be for everyone, but the author leaves no doubt that people would never know what they would do in the rubble of a destroyed world.

    Read the startling and surprisingly hope filled book Apocalypse: How to Survive a Global Crisis by Dan Martin, and discover how to build a life when the world as we understand it is long gone. Instead of becoming one of the uncounted casualties of a global apocalypse, this book teaches real world survival methods that can and will save your life and those of your family and loved ones.

  9. Rated 5 out of 5

    Lisa Haward

    Before I read this book, I thought it was impossible to brake away from society with all its rules. I’ve opened my eyes to see it isn’t that hard. I’m looking foreward to a really stress-free life now that my eyes are opened and I’m prepared there’s no reason to worry.

  10. Rated 5 out of 5

    Kathy Summers

    Good book. Great read. Peace, out!

  11. Rated 2 out of 5


    The crow bar is light, able to kill and zombie in one swing, and you can open doors and other ojbtces with it. A base ball bat, either wood can break and a metal one will dent and be of no use. Duh. Also you stay home, if it has a 2nd floor or an attic. if not go on the roof. Also when you go to a room, KNOCK. it will stirr a zombie and or show the room is empty or has survivors.

    • Dan Martin

      I favor the crowbar myself. It’s a pretty all around versitile tool. Some even come with hammers and axes and what not now. As far as zombie (or any type of killing), it’s best done from afar. The closer you get, the more chance you’ll get got. We’ve learned this over time and have mastered the skill of safe battle. You’ll see in ancient times they’d fight head to head with axes and clubs. Then someone said if I make my knife really long, he can’t stab me with his knife. Well if I make a really long joist, they can’t get me with their sword. Then came arrows, catapults, muskets, rifles, canons, sniper rifles, ship artillery, missiles and now we can drop bombs from unmanned drones from the comfort of an van in DC. So, ya, distance is key to killing safely.

      Thanks for listening, check out the book, it talks a LOT about this stuff and feel free to add me on facebook!

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