Starring Foster Gamble, Kimberly Carter Gamble, Nassim Haramein, Catherine Austin Fitts, David Icke, Deepak Chopra, John Gatto, James Gilliland, Vandana Shiva, Daniel Sheehan, Amy Goodman, Steven Greer, Adam Trombly, Barbara Marx Hubbard
"Thrive: What on Earth Will It Take?" is a movie long overdue to be made. It offers a far more accurate history lesson about how the world really works than you will ever get in any high school or college in America today, or within the last 100 years.
Created by the husband and wife team of Foster and Kimberly Carter Gamble, this film should be required viewing for every student, young and old, beginner or graduate level.
Featuring an assortment of impressive special effects wizardry for a documentary of this nature, the film is clearly a big budget production. The large amount of resources that went into its making, overall might be a rather important factor in its ability to reach a wider audience for this simple reason –– mainstream credibility and acceptance.
To the average unaware person who has grown accustomed to slick productions in movies and television shows, "Thrive" may actually have an impact. It presents itself as a credible source of information on par with documentary programs found on so-called "acceptable" sources such as the History Channel, Discovery Channel or even, CNN.
Make no mistake, American-style media now dominates much of the international airwaves nearly as much as it does in our own country. Therefore, "Thrive" has the potential to find a big audience.
(Official Trailer) THRIVE: What On Earth Will It Take?
The initial trailer for "Thrive", released in August 2011, was quite captivating and stirred a great deal of anticipation for the film's full release. The Gambles eventually chose the prophetic date of November 11, 2011 (11.11.11) to unveil their film to the world which was synchronistic with the spirit of the subject matter it covers.
The film's primary intent is to capitalize on the mass awakening undergoing within the human race as, one by one, people begin to come to grips with the horrors of a corrupted, controlled world at every turn. Whether this corruption is found in government, banking, education, health care, energy resources, military, technology or any number of other institutions that have been put in place in our world for nothing less than total global domination.
As such, the film offers a great deal of background information on how this insanely corrupt system was put together, the reasons it has been instituted and who the key players are pulling the strings.
And the fact that the Gambles are not afraid to name names –– the Rockefellers, Rothschilds, Morgans, etc. –– and fingering of many of these key conspirators in our world is worth celebrating.
For the most part, "Thrive" steers clear of religion and the spiritual control of the planet. However, thankfully, it does get into the subject of crop circles and UFO's, particularly as to how they relate to the mysterious energy propulsion systems that were used to either create or propel them.
Yet, one glaring omission from the conspirator list is the Vatican and its hugely significant influential role on darkness and deceit upon planet Earth for thousands of years. Any discussion of evil cannot exclude the Vatican and the Jesuits, and this is the one area where "Thrive" needs an addendum.
Nonetheless, the filmmakers attempt to do a nearly comprehensive overview of many of the serious issues facing the people of planet Earth today with a jam-packed history lesson.
One of the most important aspects of "Thrive" is the manner in which it brings to light the issue of energy and how it has been used to enslave the entire human race, particularly in the third world. Energy, the film reveals, is the single largest money-making industry in the world. "Thrive" makes a strong case for the abundant amount of free energy that is freely available to us that comes streaming onto the Earth each and every day from the universe.
Foster Gamble refers to the core of this free energy as the "torus". It is a pattern in nature that exists everywhere from atoms to galaxies. It is found in every aspect of life, including within the human body.
It is even found in crop circles and UFO's. According to physicist Adam Trombly, "the suppression of the UFO phenomenon is hand in hand with the suppression of so-called free energy."
Another area where "Thrive" excels is explaining how the complex financial structures in place have totally tyrannized humanity within a death grip for centuries. The film does a superb job of outlining the massive ponzi scheme –– aka, global financial crisis –– that is our current world economic system and how it got to be such a tangled, broken mess. "Thrive" lays it all out on the table very meticulously for the average viewer to understand.
Perhaps the very best part of the film is the carefully considered Solutions section which come at the final twenty minutes. It is a well appreciated respite after highlighting the huge amount deep rooted problems in our modern world, including spelling out that there is a very clear, diabolical agenda to wipe out 80% of the world's population by the elite. In other words, first the bad news, then the good news.
The Solutions section offers some very constructive ideas of how to fix our numerous problems and these include the following:
The Gambles have clearly put a tremendous amount of time and effort into this project. They have fact-checked every bit of evidence they offer with an extensive cache of material on their website and in their supplemental videos.
Foster Gamble at the Occupy Social Solidarity Forum, Olympia, Wash. – February 18, 2012 | Photo by Scott Mowry
He remarked to me that it was their first ever film project and they likely tried to cover too much as they attempted to interview perhaps too many experts in their respective fields. But in this case, if anything, the more the merrier, as there is simply not enough of this kind of information out where mainstream audiences can learn about it.
"Thrive," at its best intentions seeks to remedy this situation. And on that level, it succeeds magnificently!
In conclusion, if there are people in your life who are total and utterly unaware of the myriad of historical events that have proven to be of highly questionable origin, if not outright criminal, such as: 9/11; the JFK assassination; the global economic crisis; the Federal Reserve; the escalating price of gasoline, etc., there is an alternative record for them. Our mainstream media and government officials often refer to the scrutiny of the so-called official stories as "conspiracy theories", then "Thrive" can act as the perfect alternative resource to give to others looking for better answers.
Share this film with as many friends, acquaintances, family and co-workers as possible. You will find it will be digestible for the average person who may be unaware of these elements of our history. However, you may still find resistance from those who refuse to believe our government or our corporations could be capable of such atrocities because of the enormority of the coverup.
Nonetheless, "Thrive" will give them a fairly thorough catch-up lesson on what has been planned for planet Earth by an insane, demonic group of elitists who thought they knew best how to run the planet.
As Foster Gamble states distinctly in the film, "An elite group of individuals, and the corporations they run, have gained control of not only just our energy, food supply, education and health care, but over virtually every aspect of our lives."
He is absolutely correct in this summation, but thank God, the elite's evil plans have been foiled at nearly every turn thanks to the expansion of human consciousness. And the film "Thrive" will assist in awakening even more and more and more.
Overall, "Thrive" comes with our very highest recommendation.