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article imageUltimate year-round vacation resort & end-of-the-world shelter

By Anne Sewell     Sep 15, 2013 in World
According to the company Vivos, "It wasn't raining when Noah built the ark." This is part of their sales talk on the ultimate shelter, designed to protect you through any major world disaster, and it's great for that family vacation trip too.
According to Robert Vicino, founder and owner of Vivos, millions of people around the world believe that we are living in the “end times.” They say that many people [preferably with lots of money], are seeking a viable solution to "potential future Earth devastating events."
Vivos feels that eventually there will be another devastating catastrophe, whether it be manmade, or a cyclical force of nature. They say we should be prepared for this, and offer the perfect solution: The Vivos Survival Shelter & Resort.
While stating that they are "preparers and not preppers" their website states:
The accepted solution to most of the threat scenarios is to find underground shelter. The soil of the Earth itself can provide the best shelter for most catastrophes, including a pole shift, super volcano eruptions, solar flares, earthquakes, asteroids, tsunamis, nuclear attack, bio terrorism, chemical warfare and even widespread social anarchy. The governments of the world have been busy building vast underground shelter complexes for the elite. What do they know? The rest of us are on our own, without a long-term survival solution.
The Vivos Survival Shelter & Resort in Kansas  USA.
The Vivos Survival Shelter & Resort in Kansas, USA.
The Underground Shelter Network for the Long-Term Survival of Future Catastrophes
Vivos is a privately-funded venture building a global network of underground shelters, capable of accommodating thousands of people. Anyone joining the shelter can simply drive in their own RV as living quarters and the property can apparently easily accommodate more than 1,000 RVs or approximately 5,000 people.
If you don't actually own an RV, no problem, as you can purchase a fully-furnished, private Vivos suite, constructed within the shelter (examples of which are in the video above).
Reportedly the shelter, located in Kansas, is a "virtual fortress with full-time security and protection devices, drive-thru blast doors that can withstand a nuclear blast from mere miles away, filtration systems for nuclear radiation and fallout, biological pathogens and chemical war gases."
The Vivos Survival Shelter & Resort in Kansas  USA.
The Vivos Survival Shelter & Resort in Kansas, USA.
The huge underground complex was previously a mine and encompasses over 2 million square feet of existing shelter area. The shelter is located nearly 130 feet below the mountain surface, is carved out of solid limestone, "and having a strength 6 times stronger than concrete, this massive structure will resist virtually any predictable disaster or catastrophic event."
According to them, it is also a year-round vacation resort. offering its co-owner members an opportunity to visit the shelter any time 24/7. On offer are many survival, educational and recreational activities and amenities that are an added attraction for the whole family, and also let resort members "get to know each other, creating bonds and a true sense of community."
The Vivos Survival Shelter & Resort in Kansas  USA.
The Vivos Survival Shelter & Resort in Kansas, USA.
And it's cheap at the price: "For example, a 20' RV with 4 people registered to occupy it, would cost only $20,000 (= $1,000 per foot of length). In this example the cost would be unbelievably low at just $5,000 per person!"
Apparently its not just a concrete bunker, either, as on offer are many amenities including food growing amenities, free medical facilities, lounges, a wine bar, dance floor, gym, spa and theater.
So, Vivos ask "Where would you go with 3 days' notice?" Now you know.
Robert Vicino, founder and owner of Vivos, tells you more in the video below:
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