A chilling story of survival from an Ex-CIA Officer…
This ONE Item Saved
My Life Overseas
(Watch the video below)
We were over 5,000 feet high in the mountains… In a foreign country I can’t name.
We’d been hiking for hours with backpacks full of gear.
Our objective that day seemed simple, but things didn’t go as planned.
It was after we entered a clearing that we realized something wasn’t right.
We immediately changed our route taking us severely off course… And believe me, this wasn’t the place you wanted to improvise.
Our new route forced us to hike for what seemed like an eternity…
And it soon became clear our supplies wouldn’t last.
Eventually, they ran so low we became desperate.
After searching our map, we realized that to stay alive there was only one place we could go.
It wasn’t our objective, but somewhere else.
It wasn’t a town or village.
It wasn’t a military base or any “secret” installation.
And it wasn’t any type of camp.
But we knew if we didn’t get there quickly, we’d all be dead.
So what was this place? And what was the one item we used there that allowed us to stay alive?
Here’s the answer…
“I’ll Never Forget That Day In
My name is Jason Hanson.
I’m a former CIA Officer and author of the New York Times bestselling book, Spy Secrets That Can Save Your Life.
I’ll never forget that day in the mountains.
When we reached the location on the map, I quickly emptied my bag of gear.
Out came my survival knife…
My medical kit…
A spare change of clothes…
And finally, the item that was the most crucial of all.
The truth is, if I didn’t have this one item, none of the others would have mattered.
But thankfully, we were prepared and able to use it to stay alive, even though thousands of people die each and every day without it.
You see, the place we headed that day was a small pond in the middle of nowhere, because we were in dire need of water.
I’ll admit, I’ve never been so glad to see a moss covered, mosquito infested, body of water in my life.
Needless to say, we couldn’t drink straight from the pond or it would have made us extremely sick… And that’s the last thing we wanted as we were still high in the mountains with a long hike back to “camp.”
Fortunately, we were able to filter clean water… And within minutes, I was sitting on the edge of the pond, with sweat still pouring down my face, enjoying safe drinking water.
In a moment, I’ll show you a video of the survival water filter I use, but first, it’s important to consider the following…
A clean source of water is crucial to life.
But, I’d be willing to bet that only 2% of the U.S. population has a way to filter clean water if a contamination or disruption in the water supply were to take place.
As Americans living in a first world country, we take for granted that clean water will fill our glass every day.
But in other parts of the world, this just isn’t the case.
The fact is, ISIS has denied access to water in order to kill tens of thousands of innocent people.
Here’s one such instance according to The Washington Post…
“Militants have surrounded 10,000 to 40,000 members of a religious minority sect, the Yazidi, on a barren mountain… Children and older people are succumbing in the 100-plus degree heat… There is no place to bury them on the rocky hill.”
“There are children dying on the mountain, on the roads… they are completely cut off and surrounded by Islamic State. It’s a disaster, a total disaster.”
I’m not suggesting ISIS will cut you off from clean water supplies.
But losing access to drinkable water does happen, and when it does, people act irrationally, store shelves go empty and violence erupts.
Just look what happened ahead of Hurricane Matthew…
“Two women became embroiled in a brutal scrap over the last case of water in a supermarket ahead of Hurricane Matthew… They can be seen repeatedly battering and pulling each others hair in the middle of a Walmart store… A man and two other women can be seen trying to break up the violent row but to little avail as the pair move and just continue throwing punches.”
Or what about the craziness during Hurricane Katrina or what occurred in Flint, Michigan?
Or, the chemical spill in West Virginia that left 300,000 people without clean water?
Here’s a quote from a single mother about the West Virginia spill…
“My children had been complaining of stomach upset for a week or longer… and my pets were ill with vomiting and diarrhea during the same period of time. A huge pot of green beans I had prepared for a family get-together hadn’t tasted right, either. My mother’s elderly cat was so ill she thought he must be dying.”
This is the reason every American needs a survival filter to get clean drinking water.
But please be aware… What I’m about to show you is not just any ordinary water filter.
It’s the world’s most advanced survival filter and the one I’m willing to bet my life on, and the lives of my wife and children too.
After all, does it matter if it’s a natural or man-made disaster that contaminates the water your family drinks?
Of course not.
All you’ll care about is your children and grandchildren crying, “Daddy, I’m thirsty… Grandpa, I’m so thirsty!”
So to ensure your family can survive a crisis situation, here’s the survival filter I use.
I keep it in my bug out bags, in my office, and even in the survival kits in my home…
Never, Ever Drink THIS Water Without
an Advanced Survival Filter
The code name of the water filter I use is the SurvFilter.
Like I mentioned, it’s the world’s most advanced water filter.
In short, the SurvFilter uses nanotechnology.
I’ll explain how the nanotechnology works in a moment, but first, check out this video…
(You’ll see me use the SurvFilter to drink out of a horse trough at the livestock auction… Drink out of a local waste pond… Drink of out the McDonald’s toilet… And, drink out of a filthy stream, to name a few.)
Now you can see why I trust my family’s lives to the SurvFilter.
After all, safe drinking water is the key to life. There’s really nothing more important in a prolonged survival situation.
So, whether you’re using the filter for hiking, camping, or because of a natural disaster, you can be secure in the knowledge that the SurvFilter will provide clean drinking water to keep you alive.
As promised, here’s how the SurvFilter works and why I was confident of my safety when drinking that disgusting, bacteria-infested, water.
The SurvFilter is positively charged with ions.
When water flows through the SurvFilter, there’s an ionic exchange that captures the viruses and bacteria so you get clean drinking water. (Imagine the filter is a magnet that extracts all of the bad stuff.)
To give you an idea of just how thorough the SurvFilter is…
When water passes through the filter it has to make its way through approximately 400 layers of fibers and pores. (Below is a simple graphic that shows the hundreds of layers of ion-charged paper the water flows through.)
What’s more, the filter is infused with silver, which means it eliminates bacteria (and everything else) going through it so grit doesn’t build up and clog the filter.
Put another way…
All water filters are NOT created equal.
Most water filters are hollow fiber membrane filters such as the popular LifeStraw.
Hollow fiber filters don’t filter viruses and chemicals.
Hollow fiber filters are essentially made up of a bunch of tubes that can easily break. If you drop a hollow fiber filter or if it becomes frozen, it’s worthless. (The graphic below shows these tubes and how vulnerable these filters are.)
However, since the SurvFilter uses nanotechnology you can throw it against a wall or put it in your freezer and it will still work since there are no tubes that can be broken.
What’s more, the SurvFilter has been rigorously tested and certified by independent water laboratories (BSC Laboratories in Gainesville, FL, FL DOH Laboratory #E82924, EPA# FL01147) to remove bacteria, virus, Giardia and Cryptosporidium.
In other words, this filter has been tested and proven to remove 99.9999% of contaminants. (That’s why I was able to drink out of the trough at the livestock auction and the waste pond and not get sick.)
But enough of the techno-babble, let me show you how to get the SurvFilter today…
Surgical Grade Tubing
The fellow who created the SurvFilter is one of the world’s top water filtration experts.
Since I’ve gotten to know him, he’s become a good friend.
And, as a friend, he’s been kind enough to offer a discounted price on a limited number of SurvFilters.
Keep in mind, the SurvFilter is not a $20 water filter. For $20 you don’t get a filter that protects against viruses and chemicals and can keep you alive in almost any survival situation.
On the other hand, the SurvFilter is not a $250 water filter either.
The SurvFilter is very affordable so you can store them in multiple places and even buy some for your loved ones.
Better yet, the filter insert lasts 250 gallons before you need to replace it.
In an emergency situation the average person needs 1 gallon of water per day. That means a family of four could use the SurvFilter for 60 straight days.
Plus, the SurvFilter saves you a small fortune compared to buying and storing 250 gallons of bottled water.
The average 16-ounce bottle of water costs $1. To buy 250 gallons worth of clean bottled water it would cost you $2,000!
But, the SurvFilter is only $99 and includes…
- A nanotechnology filter that can filter out viruses and chemicals.
- Surgical grade tubing that the water flows through when you drink it. (Yes, this is the same tubing hospitals use, not the cheap stuff.)
- A hand pump that allows you to fill bottles, clean wounds or wash your hands.
The SurvFilter comes with a 365-day, 100% Money Back Guarantee. If you don’t think the SurvFilter is worth every penny you can return it for a prompt, courteous, and no questions asked, full refund.
Please note, the creator of the SurvFilter has only given me 300 filters at this special discounted price so don’t wait to get yours today.
Remember, in an emergency situation you can only live about 72-hours without water, which is why you don’t want to miss this chance to get the SurvFilter right now.
After all, you can’t turn on the news these days without hearing about a natural disaster or burst water pipe in a city that has people desperately standing in line for clean water.
You obviously don’t want to be those folks, you want to be self-reliant and have the ability to provide safe drinking water for you and your family.