A Feature Documentary - Produced by Clear Compass Media, created by Foster Gamble and directed by Kimberly Carter-Gamble
THRIVE is an unconventional documentary that lifts the veil on what's REALLY going on in our world by following the money upstream -- uncovering the global consolidation of power in nearly every aspect of our lives. Weaving together breakthroughs in science, consciousness and activism, THRIVE offers real solutions, empowering us with unprecedented and bold strategies for reclaiming our lives and our future.
Featured in the film are interviews with Duane Elgin, Nassim Haramein, Steven Greer, Jack Kasher, Daniel Sheehan, Adam Trombly, Brian O'Leary, Vandana Shiva, John Gatto, John Robbins, Deepak Chopra, David Icke, Catherine Austin Fitts, G. Edward Griffin, Bill Still, John Perkins, Paul Hawken, Aqeela Sherrills, Evon Peter, Angel Kyodo Williams, Elisabet Sahtouris, Amy Goodman, and Barbara Marx Hubbard.
What is particularly appealing about Thrive is that it takes on the problems our world is facing head on and then balances that with coherent solutions. Thrive starts off with a concise and yet complete description of the physics of the torus and how free energy is not only possible, but also abundant and ubiquitous. The backbone of this segment is the work of Nassim Haramein and it’s a pleasure to see his ideas brilliantly and professionally animated. Nassim himself makes a guest appearance and the segment manages to convey the great majority of one of his legendary three, or four, hour presentations in about twenty minutes or so.
A measure of how well edited and well thought through Thrive is, is that when the subject changes from new physics to ‘conspiracy theory’, it does so seamlessly without missing a beat. That is a trick I have never seen done anywhere else as well. Often, as in most of David Icke’s writing, a superficial gloss of ‘love’ is coating an iceberg of fear and paranoia beneath. After ploughing through 600 pages of darkness in The Biggest Secret, 20 pages of hope and light at the end do not make for a balanced book. Thrive avoids this trap without pulling its punches. This is not ‘conspiracy lite’, in fact, by the time Foster Gamble delves into the global depopulation agenda, you wonder if there is nowhere down the rabbit hole he is afraid to go.
Thrive is also a great looking film too that uses its’ slick animations and zooming shots from satellites to great effect. It could be screened on any network and hold it’s own and I’d love to see that happen, but given the radical subject matter and the film’s total lack of compromise, we are probably looking at a viral campaign of screenings in living rooms, community centers and independent cinemas. The ‘Pay It Forward’ platform, created by Elevate, that Thrive is using for its’ online distribution makes it easy and fun to ‘gift’ the film to others.
Thrive is a film that deserves to be seen by millions of people. The segments outlining the history of how the banking elite effectively controls every aspect of the modern world should be projected at every Occupy camp worldwide. This is Zeitgeist to the power of ten. No one who watches it is going to be able to not grasp that we are in the middle of a planetary tyranny that simply needs to be overturned by a new paradigm. Thrive is a one-stop solution to broaching these difficult subjects with family and friends. Just arrange a living room screening and let Foster do all the work! Then you can just say at the end, ‘Well what about that Mom, looks like that the 1% are actually out to kill us all’ and not have your parents spluttering into their teacups and wondering when you went batshit crazy.
One of things that I appreciate most about this film is that it has been rigorously fact checked (the Thrive website backs up all the claims made in the film with references (*see note below for more details). It doesn’t spoil the delivery of a really important message by going overboard, or into tailspins of exaggerated hyperbole. Considering it covers crop circles, UFOs, secret societies, and the agenda of the New World Order, that’s pretty remarkable.
Review by Mark Heley: http://www.markheley.com/?p=96
MUST, MUST SEE! This film is a considered, thoroughly researched, even-handed look at the state of the world in all of it shame and glory. With careful, methodical steps, Gamble identifies the existence of an energetic "code" that moves through, within, and around our bodies, galaxies—indeed, all of existence. Shifting to the crises of modernity, he traces all of our primary social systems to their roots, as he says, he “followed the money” and discovered what is already well known but rarely tracked so well: that there are an elite few groups controlling the masses through the economy, politics, healthcare, education, food supply, media, and so forth. He also came to some surprising conclusions about a manipulative global agenda that his research has proven to be more true than not. And just when you’re about to throw in the towel and say uncle to the seemingly overwhelming forces pulling us like puppets on a string, Gamble elegantly brings in the plethora of solutions—the restabilizing elements being created and lived by awakening human beings, and the positive people, events, and innovations that are in tandem with a sustainable and evolutionary path for humanity. We come full circle to the code as a model for how this guides us energetically, morally, and in daily life.
The film concludes with specific suggestions, visions, and applications that we can do now and with an eye toward the future, all of which are comprehensively and interactively presented in the Thrive website. Most importantly, the message of this film is one of empowering ourselves with understanding of the systems currently in place, both socially and cosmically, so that we can make informed, non-violating choices for new systems emerging that will support a sustainable world that we have the power to create. And this film inspires us to do so. Simply brilliant—and a gift to all humankind. Please share this film--and spread the good news: www.Thrivemovement.com.
The movie is available through the website to rent for $5 for a 48 hour rental period, to gift to others for $4, or to purchase as a DVD.
And in case you were wondering if Foster Gamble is related to the large corporation of Proctor & Gamble, here is what the website says:
Foster is the great, great grandson of James Gamble, the founder of Procter & Gamble. He is in no way associated with the running of the multi-national company that exists today. Foster has participated on his own and with various family initiatives to change company policy with regard to issues such as animal testing and pollution. Foster used the time he was afforded by inheriting enough money to research issues that most people don’t have time to pursue. He and Kimberly have invested eight years of uncompensated time and $4.5 million of their own money, (in partnership with individual investors who invested an additional $2.5 million) to make the THRIVE film and website to help empower a self-creating movement that aims to empower a world where all can thrive. Procter & Gamble has not funded THRIVE or any part of it. We welcome people checking the validity of this statement with Procter & Gamble directly.