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Thrive documentary

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The THRIVE documentary - that asks the question ‘What on Earth will it take to thrive?’ was released November 11, 2011,[1] to much enthusiasm and considerable debate. As one observer of the movie explains, “THRIVE is clearly meant to start conversations, not end them".

THRIVE has gone on to be a widely seen documentary – with over 90 million views in 27 languages. The follow up documentary, that premiered September 26, 2020, [2] offers answers, as its subtitle notes – This is What It Takes

Foster Gamble and the Thrive team postulate that there is a geometric code found in ancient buildings and other sites, such as the Forbidden City and the Osirian Temple, that is similar to many of the thousands of crop circles found throughout the globe. Going beyond the hypotheses of Chariots of the Gods, THRIVE explores how these patterns suggest a potential source of free energy and a unifying theme for Unification Theory in physics and approaches for energy healing.

The documentary also examines how vested interests in governments and industry have manipulated the system to advantage their own profit and control agendas. It is also discussed how Central Banks, the Federal Reserve and the IRS do not operate in the average citizen’s interest.

The documentary suggests that the core of viable solutions is based in true freedom aligned with the Non-Aggression Principle (NAP) which says that no one - including government - is allowed to initiate force against anyone else, except in true self-defense.

THRIVE also spawned over 1100 self-created Solutions Groups in 90 countries, taking on hundreds of different issues facing humanity.

As one reviewer notes,[3] the documentary "weaves together breakthroughs in science, consciousness and activism and claims to offer real solutions and empower us with unprecedented and bold strategies for reclaiming our lives and our future".

Numerous thought leaders are interviewed in the documentary including Deepak Chopra, Vandana Shiva, G. Edward Griffin, Catherine Austin Fitts, John Gatto, Aqeela Sherills, Daniel Sheehan, Steven Greer, David Icke and Barbara Marx Hubbard.

References[edit]

  1. "Thrive: What on Earth Will It Take?". November 11, 2011 – via IMDb.
  2. "Thrive II: This is What it Takes". September 26, 2020 – via IMDb.
  3. "Screening of THRIVE". Meetup.



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