Navigate your way to safety in seconds, with zero equipment . . .

Which way?

You've three seconds to decide . . .

You were smart - you left before the storm arrived, and before even the exodus began. However, you're in an unfamiliar region. The road you're on turns, and you're faced with a major and complicated junction. The place names don't really mean anything to you; you know which way you want to head in on a compass, but which way are you facing? Traffic is starting to build up behind you. You need to make a decision, and quickly. Can you do it?

Let me ask you a question. Which way, on a compass, are you facing right now? 1 . . 2 . . 3 . . Time's up. If you have an answer to that question, you're rare. Could you answer that question in an unfamiliar environment under pressure?

Scenario two

Your hiking expedition has gone wrong. You're lost. The landmarks are unfamiliar; the trails are starting to be filled in with snow. If you make the right navigation decision, you'll spend the night in front of a hot fire. If you make the wrong navigation decision, you'll have one hell of a cold night. You know as well as I do just how dangerous hypothermia is.

Scenario three

You're in a third world city. It's exciting, it's also dangerous. The place you're staying in locks its gates in the evening, and there's a reason for it. You've decided it's time to head back. Again, you're disorientated.

Now you could take out a mobile phone for navigation; you could take out a street map; or you could shout "Money, money, money, I'm a rich tourist and I'm lost and distracted."

Or you could make some simple observations, and from that, re-orientate yourself, and head on in the right direction, without missing a step.

Hi, I'm Antony Brush, I'm a software engineer, I've been a software engineer for over twenty years, I have an interest in navigation, astronomy and prepping. The most relevant part of my career as far as this is concerned has been in civil engineering, where geo-location was often involved, and many of these projects were also mission critical.

Software engineering is basically problem solving. I've used these skills lately to look at the problem of navigating with little or no equipment. Why? Because relying on equipment introduces a risk.

Let's say you're using a mobile phone. A mobile phone could be: out of battery, out of signal, lost, broken, stolen . . . .

GPS systems - much the same, and if you use a GPS system for driving, you've probably noticed, they do freeze up on occasion, sometimes at inopportune moments.

What about a compass? Well again, if for whatever reason you don't have it with you, there's a problem. Also, even with a compass, you have to stop and occupy your hands with its use. If you're driving, that's just not possible. Even in a wilderness, or a city situation, it may not be convenient or desirable to stop and do that.

So what about improvised navigation methods? You may know one or more of these methods. One of these I call "The Watch Method". This is the method whereby you point the hour hand of a watch at the Sun - depending on where you are - and you go through a series of steps, and from that you can work out which way you're facing. That's not a bad place to start, however there are a nubmer of versions of this in circulation. I've seen some of these do contain factual errors. If you're not familiar with the method, or you're not sure you've got a working method, do fill your details in the form on this page, and I'll send you a free report with the basic method.

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However, even if you've got the right method, again it requires equipment, and also, do you know the limitations of the method? Do you know the circumstances in which it's suitable to use this? Because if you use a good method in the wrong circumstances, it could send you disastrously in the wrong direction. Sorry to tell you this, but it's better that you know. And the answer is surely "No". I know this because I've checked all of the survival manuals I could find, and none of them give the full story.

Now, I've gone far beyond this. I've developed new methods, some of which are completely hands free, require no equipment, and are faster to implement than even using a compass. I've also developed methods of maximizing the accuracy of existing improvised navigation methods, and I've done a thorough analysis of how all of these methods play out in real life under different circumstances. This way, you'll know, whichever circumstances you find yourself in, which method or methods are safe to use.

I'm writing a series of books on ths subject. The first one is about navigating by the Sun. I'd like to offer this to you.

Interested? Great, but let me level with you about a couple of things first.

Firstly, this is a technical manual. It's written in plain English, but it does go into this in a depth that you won't have seen anywhere else. It's currently 68 pages long, and to get the most out of this manual, you will need to work with it. That said, every method is broken down, step by step, and each step is easy in itself. If you can manage your change at the grocery store, you'll be fine.

Secondly, as I say, this volume is about navigating by the Sun. The methods in this volume do require that you can either see the Sun, or infer its position, for instance by shadows. If the sky is completely overcast, and this isn't possible, these methods won't work under those circumstances. That said, having these methods available to you does give you an extra layer of security as far as your navigation is concerned, and it does lay the foundation for later volumes, which will broaden the range of opportunities for improvised navigation.

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