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The days before and the day of a pole shift would find families in either a long day or long night and anticipating the hour when violent geological changes might occur. This waiting period would be less than a week, starting from the time the Earth's rotation stops. Families should be lying flat so as not to be dashed when an earthquake comes, under a metal or earthen or slate roof for protection from firestorms, banked by earth as protection from hurricane force winds, and surrounded by lightweight items that can't crush or impale one during earthquakes.

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