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PostSubject: Native American Survival Skills   Wed 05 Sep 2012, 10:47

Native American Survival Skills

September 4, 2012 by POPEYE
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It has been said that knowledge is power, and that applies to any area
in life. Of course, it is important to arm and prepare, but it is even
more important to constantly learn new aspects of survival. Some of
these arts and sciences have been lost in the last century, as modern
life has caused humanity to know more how to use a smartphone rather
than how to build a fire. It is easy to gloss over these skills like an
old memory, when you can simply pop at TV dinner in the microwave when
you are hungry.
The
histories of empires have told us that they are finite, and that
includes that of the U.S. In this case, it is important to gain
knowledge and learn about old methods that have been long forgotten by
many. This knowledge may not always be accessible as it is one of the
first resources that will become scarce in the event of a nation
threatening disaster. Other items may be procured with relative ease,
but it may be next to impossible to find gems of wisdom.

One of the best places to find knowledge about survival methods for
now is on the Internet. The Internet has an incredibly high
concentration and abundance of information that dwarfs libraries and can
be accessed in the comfort of your home. A quick search engine inquiry
will reveal answers that took hours of research in the past. This is a
great place to start. Whatever useful information you find, print out,
and put in a ring binder.

Community

We were not meant to survive in isolation. There are many skills we can learn from one another.
Find a mentor or group that does survival activities on a regular
basis. Learning from one person to another is the best way to make it a
part of you. For instance, learning martial arts of some kind will be
indispensable in a crisis. These arts train you to keep calm, respond
properly, avoid fights, and win them with the time come.

Nothing will help people survive more than a tight knit community
that cares for its members. In this community, you will find different
skills, access to different resources, and a psychological morale
improvement. Finding others with the same mindset will help you survive
long-term, and make the situation far more bearable than braving the
dark times alone.

Basic Tools

Knives are considered one of the most basic tools in any society. It
has been seen as the very beginning of technology after the discovery of
fire. Using the proper knife for a survival scenario is arguably the
most crucial part of survival. Your world will revolve around your
knife, so it is important to have one appropriately selected.

You do not want to survive on a kitchen knife, as these are only tailored for light duty. Survival knives can come in several forms but they have to perform these basic tasks:


  • Chopping or Cutting Wood
  • Carving Wood
  • Stripping Bark for Lashing
  • Hunting
  • Cleaning Game
  • Cutting Cords
  • Fishing
  • Climbing
  • Fashioning Other Weapons
  • Striking Fire Steel
  • Shaving and Scoring Wood
  • Defense

It is for this reason that your knife must be durable, and have the
right shape to perform daily tasks. As opposed to many popular designs,
you do not want your knife to be longer than 5”. If it is 6” and above,
it will be difficult to handle and could possibly be dangerous. Also,
avoid serrated edges on your knife. The most powerful cutting and
carving edge is at the base near the handle, and if that area is
serrated, it will be difficult to use it to chop and carve.

Also, you may need to defend yourself with your knife. This may be
more preferable than using bullets, as you may not want to draw
attention to the location of the shot. This means that the knife must
come to a sharp point at the tip. This may also allow you to lash the
knife to a long stick, creating a spear for hunting. Another possible
function of your knife may allow you to throw it at a target. This is
another great hunting application, but it is less for defense, in the
event that your target runs away with your precious knife.

This new tool redefines the survival kit from the ground up…

There are many designs to a good survival knife; you just need to
figure out what your preferred style may be. For this reason, you also
may want to consider making one of your own. Creating your own knife
design and manufacturing it yourself will allow you to know how to make
more in the event that you lose or break your original. For less than
$100, you can procure the resources necessary to shape and heat-treat
your knife from bar stock.

The reason why the topic of knives is located in the “knowledge”
category is because of how crucial it is to know how to use them and
even perhaps know how to make them. Getting to know your knife is has to
do with more than just surviving; some survivalists even say that it
connects you closer to nature. The ability to survive from this most
basic tool is known as more of an art form than a method.

Stealth

While the survivalist mindset might seem to stem from weathering bad
times, it is actually based in a basic enjoyment of nature. Nature is a
gift, and the ability to live comfortably from its provisions is one of
the most life-changing experiences a person can ever have. The art of
survival seems to have been lost over the years, but before the
technology boom in the last century, it was commonplace to know and
understand survivalist principles.

One of the most basic skills when in the wild is a combination of two
methods. These methods are called the “Fox Walk” and “Wide-Angle
Vision.” These were the basic “bread and butter” of how tribal
populations would hunt and stalk without leaving any trace. Learning
lessons from these peoples, it has enlightened us on how to live from
the land.

The Fox Walk is a method on how tribal populations were able to move
in the forest completely undetected by even the wildlife. These methods
were also used in war as the first skirmishes took place between the
Native Americans and the residents of Jamestown. Knowing how effective
the Fox Walk concealed movements, the Navy Seals adopted this tactic to
conceal their numbers behind enemy lines. The Fox Walk basically
consists of:


  • First, it is most effective to do this without footwear or wearing
    moccasins. This allows you to feel the ground, and helps you avoid
    stepping on sticks that can crack and make noise.
  • Land your foot with your heal first. This requires balance; as your
    foot comes into contact with the ground, you may have to move to a
    different location to avoid a sharp rock, a stick, or leaves that may
    make noise.
  • Then allow the outside of your foot to roll to the ground, and then
    the balls of your feet. This will allow you to mask your presence by
    lessening your footprint and noise.
  • If you are traveling in a group, the battle-tested way to conceal
    your numbers is to Fox Walk, and with each person placing his or her
    foot in the print of the one ahead of them.
  • Rushing about is a quick way to be found and wastes crucial energy,
    so the Fox Walk is a method, crafted for slow, steady movements.

These are the basics of Wide-Angle Vision:


  • Wide-Angle Vision allows you to see movement and inconsistencies rather than the details that are directly in front of you.
  • This type of focus allows you to spot resources more easily and sense movement, which is crucial for hunting.
  • Wide-Angle Vision utilizes your peripheral vision, allowing for a
    much wider view and scope of sound stimulation. This causes you to be
    far more aware of your surroundings.
  • In order to practice Wide-Angle Vision, move your hands out directly
    in front of you. Then, separate them slowly until your arms are
    stretched out all the way.
  • Then, wiggle your fingers. If your peripheral vision can pick up both hands, then you have entered into Wide-Angle vision.

The best part about utilizing the Fox Walk and Wide-Angle Vision is
the fact that you can move around less, maximizing the resources in your
vicinity. You will use much less energy, and it will keep you calm.
Some have said that it is almost like tuning in to a sixth sense, as you
can extend your perception farther that you would normally be able to.

Experiencing and enjoying nature is one of the most basic principles of the art of survival, and using ancient methods is one of the best ways to do just that.


Source:-
http://www.federaljack.com/?p=177041
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