The new film is a brilliant fulfillment of the 'breakthrough energy' video I envisioned wanting to produce five years ago. They've done an excellent job covering a wide range of key topics surrounding our metamorphosis from the overindulging caterpillar to the butterfly.
Sunday night, I finally sat down and watched the new documentary film, Thrive, that we all have been hearing about as the trailer has been passed around by email. I think I received links to it some ten times by email and Facebook.
The full film became available for viewing online on 11.11.11, an appropriately auspicious day for the groundbreaking presentation.
I was extremely impressed by the film, which actually spends quite a bit of time on the topic of free energy technology as one of the key antidotes to what is ailing our planet.
In fact, when I was done watching it, I felt a great deal of satisfaction that someone had produced the
film I had envisioned producing five years ago, but didn't have the time or resources to pursue; and since Chris Patton seemed to be on the task, I deferred to him (though he hasn't completed his breakthrough energy film yet, and I'm not sure he's even working on it any more).
Thrive is directed by Foster Gamble, of the Proctor and Gamble empire, who left that corporate empire to pursue something he felt was more in keeping with his soul. The movie portrays his journey to find truth and meaning.
Thrive does an excellent job covering the need, the problem, the solutions, and the bright future that awaits us. I like their choice of a title, too. It's not dissimilar from the mantra we proposed: "Replace the scarcity mentality with an abundance mentality."
They covered a lot of material, and they did an excellent job covering what they did. It's very professionally done, clearly having been well funded and supported.
They addressed the corrupt financial system, false flag operations to manipulate people to give up their freedoms, the prostitution of food and health, and other aspects related to the conspiracy to establish a global police state or New World Order.
Though these topics are well-known to may of us, I found their presentation fresh and interesting, not boring, even though they were covering the same old topics.
The film isn't available for free. You have to plunk down $5 to "rent" it and watch it
online. But I would say it was definitely worth it. You can "pay it forward", paying for others to watch it, with the idea that they likewise "pay it forward." And if they don't want to watch it, they can forward their ticket to someone else.
Correction, the full-length video is available on YouTube:
show your support and help humanity rise. Please purchase the DVD and
show to all your friends that do not have access to the net.
For those of you who have already seen the film, you might be pleased to know that there are additional modules available. I just ran into one on YouTube, presented by one of the channels I'm subscribed to. Check this one out, called
Worldview [of] Foster Gamble.
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with Thrive Documentary Maker, Foster Gamble -
Yesterday, Sterling Allan had the opportunity to conduct an hour long
interview with the maker of the Thrive documentary, Foster Gamble.
During the conversation, many topics were discussed including free
energy, the issues facing our society, and the future path of humanity
-- either towards a utopia or a collapse. (PESN; December 9,
Documentary Connects the Dots to a Better World - An
upcoming documentary named, "Thrive - What on Earth will it
take?" will seek to explain the sources of human suffering,
expose the elite power structures (such as big oil) that have
contributed to it, and provide an answer including free energy,
explaining what it will take to improve the human condition on this
planet. (PESN and BeforeItsNews;
September 12, 2011)
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