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Anyone think the "Thrive Movement" is a scam?

 
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Why are the Christians so afraid of changes? It is funny to see so many Christians scared of everything that is happening. I love to see the changes. God does not make mistakes. If it is happening then it is the exact way our Creator envisioned it. How can you have faith in God if you are afraid of the Ride?

Peace.
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dont confuse being afraid with being informed
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Ok, so whenever a new movement pops up I like to see who owns their ip address for their website. I checked out the Thrive Movement website and it is registered under DomainDiscreet and a Rua Dr. Brita Camara of Funchal, Madeira. Ok, so who the fuck is that? A quick google search reveals this alias along with "DomainDiscreet" has been involved in major scam and fraud operations on the internet. Check here. [link to creatinganimage.com]
That's quite suspect that a movement would use this company and alias as it's owner, it is stated by the investigators that one should never pay money to this company using a credit card or give them any details. Thrive has an online store.

Then you look at the people they promote. Here are three, Nassim Haramein, David dIcke, Steven Greer. All BS artists and shills. Stay away people, stay away, you have been warned.
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I have been mulling this over and I think I smell a rat. I know that Mr. Gamble stated that he is a descendent of "those" Gambles and thus is co-owner of 1/2 the U.S. GDP, so I am not certain that I should trust anything that he says. I feel that he is a wolf in sheep's clothing and that this video is kind of a hail Mary pass for the illuminati. I have a distinct feeling that he doesn't really mean what he says and that the purpose of the video is actually promotion of the illuminati agenda as follows:

Step by step, in a totally non-crazy way (and without the reptiles), he calmly and logically took the viewer through the whole illuminati story. Start to finish he elucidated that we are lock, stock, and barrel fully controlled by the illuminati. He did this in a manner reminiscent of a really good sales job, in which the salesman gets the mark to answer yes at least 4-5 times in a row, building a rapport, and then the mark will be considerably less likely to answer the final question "NO". I feel that the goal of the film is to get the viewer to completely agree that the illuminati are firmly in control.

The solutions at the end are not very good, either. For someone who has such a sour view of banks, he pretty much said "Little banks are better than Big Banks," when in reality all the banks and credit unions are still under the control of the Fed.

He also said to participate in "Critical Mass Events" in which a huge amount of people will be participating. He implied that you should not do any sort of protest unless you have a million people at your back.

I agree wholeheartedly with the banning of GMO foods. For real, that stuff is not good for anybody, so that part is good.

The thing is, he did not say "Hey, my Granddads super-mega-corporation will no longer be endorsing, utilizing, growing, researching, funding, or otherwise supporting the GMO industry. We will also keep our hands and money out of the medical field and rfid chips and into toothpaste and razors and potato chips. Instead of all this harm, P&G is gonna have a coupon coming out for $10.00 off your next purchase of our free-energy device."

He is a part of one of the only corporations in the world big enough to pull off something like that. But he didn't do that. Ladies and Gentlemen, you have been had.
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I found it odd that they would make you pay to screen the film....
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May be elite's helped to make this movie.
In the movie, he insists to END THE FED. If FED is end, collapse starts, then elite's can easily form NEW WORLD CURRENCY & GOVT.
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I think every 'movement' is a scam; they are always led by some agenda and/or bought out by the devil. Just a way to herd the masses into a corner so that they won't see what is going on over there >>>.

Thinking outside the box with no pretense of following or being followed is the only way to live.
"None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free."

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

"We don't know who struck first, us or them. But we do know it was us that scorched the sky. At the time, they were dependent on solar power. It was believed they would be unable to survive without an energy source as abundant as the sun."
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I think every 'movement' is a scam; they are always led by some agenda and/or bought out by the devil. Just a way to herd the masses into a corner so that they won't see what is going on over there >>>.

Thinking outside the box with no pretense of following or being followed is the only way to live.
 Quoting: DualReality


hfAlways keep an eye open for traps and propaganda but never forget who is in full control.

Peace to you
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I have watched "Thrive" couple of times already, not to analyse the information gathered by Mr Gamble, but to analyse the linguistics methods used in the movie. I don't know about you people, but the way they speak in this movie is truly weird to me. The speed of the speech, the accents, certain mimics, careful selection of words, confusing combination of verbs and overuse of adjectives, it all looks like a freaking manipulation attempt, like Jehowa's Witnesses for example. Some weird NLP shit or smth. What new information is this movie even filled with? It's all the same info we've been going through for years now. They know we know it already, therefore there is no harm in saying it again, just to reassure us. Disclosure of these facts is essential for our reaction, which will trigger their (then justified) reaction with martial law behind the corner. Another movement to follow, another movement with the same aim - end the fed, blah blah blah. No new solutions, really. Like it on fuckbook, follow it on twatter, buy the dvd, support the movement lead by a guy who wouldn't even notice the amount spent for the production disappearing from his account. People controlling everything all of a sudden missed cutting out a production like this? Again? LOL
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I have been mulling this over and I think I smell a rat. I know that Mr. Gamble stated that he is a descendent of "those" Gambles and thus is co-owner of 1/2 the U.S. GDP, so I am not certain that I should trust anything that he says. I feel that he is a wolf in sheep's clothing and that this video is kind of a hail Mary pass for the illuminati. I have a distinct feeling that he doesn't really mean what he says and that the purpose of the video is actually promotion of the illuminati agenda as follows:

Step by step, in a totally non-crazy way (and without the reptiles), he calmly and logically took the viewer through the whole illuminati story. Start to finish he elucidated that we are lock, stock, and barrel fully controlled by the illuminati. He did this in a manner reminiscent of a really good sales job, in which the salesman gets the mark to answer yes at least 4-5 times in a row, building a rapport, and then the mark will be considerably less likely to answer the final question "NO". I feel that the goal of the film is to get the viewer to completely agree that the illuminati are firmly in control.

The solutions at the end are not very good, either. For someone who has such a sour view of banks, he pretty much said "Little banks are better than Big Banks," when in reality all the banks and credit unions are still under the control of the Fed.

He also said to participate in "Critical Mass Events" in which a huge amount of people will be participating. He implied that you should not do any sort of protest unless you have a million people at your back.

I agree wholeheartedly with the banning of GMO foods. For real, that stuff is not good for anybody, so that part is good.

The thing is, he did not say "Hey, my Granddads super-mega-corporation will no longer be endorsing, utilizing, growing, researching, funding, or otherwise supporting the GMO industry. We will also keep our hands and money out of the medical field and rfid chips and into toothpaste and razors and potato chips. Instead of all this harm, P&G is gonna have a coupon coming out for $10.00 off your next purchase of our free-energy device."

He is a part of one of the only corporations in the world big enough to pull off something like that. But he didn't do that. Ladies and Gentlemen, you have been had.
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please let me add that he calls for non-violence, somenthing like "just take it". As you say very well designed to convince and when you "believe" the messenger at the end he gives instructions. Do not resist, or so.
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I think every 'movement' is a scam; they are always led by some agenda and/or bought out by the devil. Just a way to herd the masses into a corner so that they won't see what is going on over there >>>.

Thinking outside the box with no pretense of following or being followed is the only way to live.
 Quoting: DualReality


hfAlways keep an eye open for traps and propaganda but never forget who is in full control.

Peace to you
 Quoting: Amy_A


Yep, God is.
"None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free."

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

"We don't know who struck first, us or them. But we do know it was us that scorched the sky. At the time, they were dependent on solar power. It was believed they would be unable to survive without an energy source as abundant as the sun."
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The entire video uses persuasive language, colors, imagry and sound.

no different than a tony robbins seminar.

THIS SHIT IS ANOTHER FUCKING SCAM.




I have watched "Thrive" couple of times already, not to analyse the information gathered by Mr Gamble, but to analyse the linguistics methods used in the movie. I don't know about you people, but the way they speak in this movie is truly weird to me. The speed of the speech, the accents, certain mimics, careful selection of words, confusing combination of verbs and overuse of adjectives, it all looks like a freaking manipulation attempt, like Jehowa's Witnesses for example. Some weird NLP shit or smth. What new information is this movie even filled with? It's all the same info we've been going through for years now. They know we know it already, therefore there is no harm in saying it again, just to reassure us. Disclosure of these facts is essential for our reaction, which will trigger their (then justified) reaction with martial law behind the corner. Another movement to follow, another movement with the same aim - end the fed, blah blah blah. No new solutions, really. Like it on fuckbook, follow it on twatter, buy the dvd, support the movement lead by a guy who wouldn't even notice the amount spent for the production disappearing from his account. People controlling everything all of a sudden missed cutting out a production like this? Again? LOL
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soccer moms will eat up "thrive", they cant help but fall into the brain-washing NLP clap-trap from this "perfect man whore". the Thrive vid is beautiful, yes, makes logical sense, yes, ...perfect for the traumatized and weary sheeple to gobble up during this reflective thanksgiving season
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I think every 'movement' is a scam; they are always led by some agenda and/or bought out by the devil. Just a way to herd the masses into a corner so that they won't see what is going on over there >>>.

Thinking outside the box with no pretense of following or being followed is the only way to live.
 Quoting: DualReality


hfAlways keep an eye open for traps and propaganda but never forget who is in full control.

Peace to you
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Yep, God is.
 Quoting: DualReality


You are right. I am trying my best to lose my fear of the unknown. Life is a ride. We learn something new each day to advance us.

Peace to all.
Amy
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I think every 'movement' is a scam; they are always led by some agenda and/or bought out by the devil. Just a way to herd the masses into a corner so that they won't see what is going on over there >>>.

Thinking outside the box with no pretense of following or being followed is the only way to live.
 Quoting: DualReality


hfAlways keep an eye open for traps and propaganda but never forget who is in full control.

Peace to you
 Quoting: Amy_A


Yep, God is.
 Quoting: DualReality


You are right. I am trying my best to lose my fear of the unknown. Life is a ride. We learn something new each day to advance us.

Peace to all.
 Quoting: Amy_A


We can be hopeful and have the right to be hopeful, that helps a lot. Faith does too.
"None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free."

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

"We don't know who struck first, us or them. But we do know it was us that scorched the sky. At the time, they were dependent on solar power. It was believed they would be unable to survive without an energy source as abundant as the sun."
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Why are the Christians so afraid of changes? It is funny to see so many Christians scared of everything that is happening. I love to see the changes. God does not make mistakes. If it is happening then it is the exact way our Creator envisioned it. How can you have faith in God if you are afraid of the Ride?

Peace.
 Quoting: Amy_A


If you are asking about why Christians might not want to accept a NWO, I would think that would be obvious.

If you are asking about why Christians would not want to be part of the Thrive Movement, that is part of the NWO also.

Did you notice at the beginning of the film how they were showing how man evolved from a few cells in the ocean then fish etc? That should have been a good clue for you right there.

God tells us to 'come out of her my people', meaning to not participate in the things that are part of the deception/delusion.

It does not mean that Christians (since you grouped them all together) are afraid of the things that are coming, more like they are trying to warn other Christians & others about the things that may be harmful to their relationship with God.
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credits to the fraud einsten?
packets of "whole-ness" LMFAO

wtf is this bullshit?
plz. next.
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welll..... i'll say one thing

for such a big budget movie, and so much weird hype

this is a pretty pathetic website for the production company, eh?

[link to www.clearcompassmedia.com]

think about it....
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Why are the Christians so afraid of changes? It is funny to see so many Christians scared of everything that is happening. I love to see the changes. God does not make mistakes. If it is happening then it is the exact way our Creator envisioned it. How can you have faith in God if you are afraid of the Ride?

Peace.
 Quoting: Amy_A


If you are asking about why Christians might not want to accept a NWO, I would think that would be obvious.

If you are asking about why Christians would not want to be part of the Thrive Movement, that is part of the NWO also.

Did you notice at the beginning of the film how they were showing how man evolved from a few cells in the ocean then fish etc? That should have been a good clue for you right there.

God tells us to 'come out of her my people', meaning to not participate in the things that are part of the deception/delusion.

It does not mean that Christians (since you grouped them all together) are afraid of the things that are coming, more like they are trying to warn other Christians & others about the things that may be harmful to their relationship with God.
 Quoting: _2 swords_


I like what you said here, thank you.
"None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free."

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

"We don't know who struck first, us or them. But we do know it was us that scorched the sky. At the time, they were dependent on solar power. It was believed they would be unable to survive without an energy source as abundant as the sun."
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Wake up,this movie is the best movie i ever watch. Stop witch you zionism. World is split between GOOD and BAD. Don't you see big picture? We all one .
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welll..... i'll say one thing

for such a big budget movie, and so much weird hype

this is a pretty pathetic website for the production company, eh?

[link to www.clearcompassmedia.com]

think about it....
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bumpbump
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Wake up,this movie is the best movie i ever watch. Stop witch you zionism. World is split between GOOD and BAD. Don't you see big picture? We all one .
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No we are not all one, like you said the world is split between good and bad.
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If they wanted to make free energy available for the public, they should just publish the findings on wikileaks
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They're trying to put together a group initiative so it can be organized. Small groups and individuals who've had this information have been harassed, threatened and killed. They haven't been able to get it out to the public. Joining together is the only way this is going to work.

The $5 viewing fee is for anyone who wants to see it, but mostly for people who want to organize a group and get something started in their communities.

In a few days you can watch the video free.
 Quoting: Documentary Magic


that's what torrents and wikileaks are for. publish it online for free. this is a huge scam.
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If you can't see that wikileaks is a scam...how the hell can I trust you about this movie
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Sounds like Zeitgeist new age crapola.
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^^ THIS ^^

I'm about 3/4 through it. He was going up the chain of command... corporations, banks, rocker-fellows... so does he get to the punchline?


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Sounds like Zeitgeist new age crapola.
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^^ THIS ^^

I'm about 3/4 through it. He was going up the chain of command... corporations, banks, rocker-fellows... so does he get to the punchline?


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Yeah, join the 'green movement'

[link to green-agenda.com]
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his special effects were really cool.
He is talking about what we usually talk about on glp.
Nothing really new.
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Why are the Christians so afraid of changes? It is funny to see so many Christians scared of everything that is happening. I love to see the changes. God does not make mistakes. If it is happening then it is the exact way our Creator envisioned it. How can you have faith in God if you are afraid of the Ride?

Peace.
 Quoting: Amy_A


If you are asking about why Christians might not want to accept a NWO, I would think that would be obvious.

If you are asking about why Christians would not want to be part of the Thrive Movement, that is part of the NWO also.

Did you notice at the beginning of the film how they were showing how man evolved from a few cells in the ocean then fish etc? That should have been a good clue for you right there.

God tells us to 'come out of her my people', meaning to not participate in the things that are part of the deception/delusion.

It does not mean that Christians (since you grouped them all together) are afraid of the things that are coming, more like they are trying to warn other Christians & others about the things that may be harmful to their relationship with God.
 Quoting: _2 swords_



Enjoy the ride. If God is in charge then the NWO is meant to be and if it was not you should know it in your heart. If God is not in charge then we are in some Big Shit. I do not fear because I know God is in charge. Stop being afraid of what you have no control over. Allow your soul to guide you with intuition, and synchronicities. If you trust in God you should have no worries. Drop the label Christian also because labels do nothing but divide. They are created by the Puppet Masters to keep us divided.

God is leading us. All the Evil you see is being allowed. BTW once a person knows God they will no longer fall for all these traps and propaganda to keep people divided. People that truly know God do not need warnings from other people. God is personal to me and I will not allow a pastor or priest to interject their opinions into my mind. I went to church my entire life claiming to be a Christian. The label was fun to show off but had no meaning. God does not care if you call yourself a Christian or not. God created us with his energy which actually means we are all one. Labels are as useful as wheels on a ladder. We have been so divided we do not even realize we are all humans put on this planet to learn and evolve. This old system is no longer working and the change is coming. We shall find out if it is complete destruction of this world or if it will be a change in consciousness brought on by the fear of the NWO. Have you ever considered that the entire world is a stage show and we are learning how to adapt so when we get to paradise we will know how special it is? If we were born in Paradise how would we know it? Life is meant to have ups and downs but always notice that every time we have a hard period in our lives, a valuable lesson was learned?

Peace
Amy
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they need some start up money to cover costs duh
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Sounds like Zeitgeist new age crapola.
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Agreed. Fake and insincere all the way.
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Why are the Christians so afraid of changes? It is funny to see so many Christians scared of everything that is happening. I love to see the changes. God does not make mistakes. If it is happening then it is the exact way our Creator envisioned it. How can you have faith in God if you are afraid of the Ride?

Peace.
 Quoting: Amy_A


If you are asking about why Christians might not want to accept a NWO, I would think that would be obvious.

If you are asking about why Christians would not want to be part of the Thrive Movement, that is part of the NWO also.

Did you notice at the beginning of the film how they were showing how man evolved from a few cells in the ocean then fish etc? That should have been a good clue for you right there.

God tells us to 'come out of her my people', meaning to not participate in the things that are part of the deception/delusion.

It does not mean that Christians (since you grouped them all together) are afraid of the things that are coming, more like they are trying to warn other Christians & others about the things that may be harmful to their relationship with God.
 Quoting: _2 swords_



Enjoy the ride. If God is in charge then the NWO is meant to be and if it was not you should know it in your heart. If God is not in charge then we are in some Big Shit. I do not fear because I know God is in charge. Stop being afraid of what you have no control over. Allow your soul to guide you with intuition, and synchronicities. If you trust in God you should have no worries. Drop the label Christian also because labels do nothing but divide. They are created by the Puppet Masters to keep us divided.

God is leading us. All the Evil you see is being allowed. BTW once a person knows God they will no longer fall for all these traps and propaganda to keep people divided. People that truly know God do not need warnings from other people. God is personal to me and I will not allow a pastor or priest to interject their opinions into my mind. I went to church my entire life claiming to be a Christian. The label was fun to show off but had no meaning. God does not care if you call yourself a Christian or not. God created us with his energy which actually means we are all one. Labels are as useful as wheels on a ladder. We have been so divided we do not even realize we are all humans put on this planet to learn and evolve. This old system is no longer working and the change is coming. We shall find out if it is complete destruction of this world or if it will be a change in consciousness brought on by the fear of the NWO. Have you ever considered that the entire world is a stage show and we are learning how to adapt so when we get to paradise we will know how special it is? If we were born in Paradise how would we know it? Life is meant to have ups and downs but always notice that every time we have a hard period in our lives, a valuable lesson was learned?

Peace
 Quoting: Amy_A


You were the one that grouped Christians together and used the label.

When you speak of 'change in consciousness' it shows that you are already being taken in by the new age speak.

I am not lead by "intuition, and synchronicities", I am lead by God's word to warn others if I see a danger that could be a stumbling block to their relationship with God. This is not fear as you put it.

Ezekiel 3:17 Son of man, I have made thee a watchman unto the house of Israel: therefore hear the word at my mouth, and give them warning from me. 18 When I say unto the wicked, Thou shalt surely die; and thou givest him not warning, nor speakest to warn the wicked from his wicked way, to save his life; the same wicked man shall die in his iniquity; but his blood will I require at thine hand. 19 Yet if thou warn the wicked, and he turn not from his wickedness, nor from his wicked way, he shall die in his iniquity; but thou hast delivered thy soul. 20 Again, When a righteous man doth turn from his righteousness, and commit iniquity, and I lay a stumbling-block before him, he shall die: because thou hast not given him warning, he shall die in his sin, and his righteousness which he hath done shall not be remembered; but his blood will I require at thine hand. 21 Nevertheless if thou warn the righteous man, that the righteous sin not, and he doth not sin, he shall surely live, because he is warned; also thou hast delivered thy soul.
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I don't see it as right or wrong. It's their choice. On in5d, all articles and videos are free... which is my choice.

I've gotten into some heated debates about how "lightworkers" can charge for their efforts. I completely understand both sides. For example, Mel Fabregas and Conscious Media Network both put out great material for a price. That's their prerogative, just as it's your prerogative to purchase it or not.

I can't afford it so I don't buy it. Simple choice. I have 195 videos on my channel, all free. My choice.

To me, it's more important to put the information out there for free to get the message out versus charging people for the same info that you can gather on the internet.

I'm sure it was pretty costly to put together that video. I hope they regroup some of the cost.
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Re: Anyone think the "Thrive Movement" is a scam?
Why are the Christians so afraid of changes? It is funny to see so many Christians scared of everything that is happening. I love to see the changes. God does not make mistakes. If it is happening then it is the exact way our Creator envisioned it. How can you have faith in God if you are afraid of the Ride?

Peace.
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If you are asking about why Christians might not want to accept a NWO, I would think that would be obvious.

If you are asking about why Christians would not want to be part of the Thrive Movement, that is part of the NWO also.

Did you notice at the beginning of the film how they were showing how man evolved from a few cells in the ocean then fish etc? That should have been a good clue for you right there.

God tells us to 'come out of her my people', meaning to not participate in the things that are part of the deception/delusion.

It does not mean that Christians (since you grouped them all together) are afraid of the things that are coming, more like they are trying to warn other Christians & others about the things that may be harmful to their relationship with God.
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Enjoy the ride. If God is in charge then the NWO is meant to be and if it was not you should know it in your heart. If God is not in charge then we are in some Big Shit. I do not fear because I know God is in charge. Stop being afraid of what you have no control over. Allow your soul to guide you with intuition, and synchronicities. If you trust in God you should have no worries. Drop the label Christian also because labels do nothing but divide. They are created by the Puppet Masters to keep us divided.

God is leading us. All the Evil you see is being allowed. BTW once a person knows God they will no longer fall for all these traps and propaganda to keep people divided. People that truly know God do not need warnings from other people. God is personal to me and I will not allow a pastor or priest to interject their opinions into my mind. I went to church my entire life claiming to be a Christian. The label was fun to show off but had no meaning. God does not care if you call yourself a Christian or not. God created us with his energy which actually means we are all one. Labels are as useful as wheels on a ladder. We have been so divided we do not even realize we are all humans put on this planet to learn and evolve. This old system is no longer working and the change is coming. We shall find out if it is complete destruction of this world or if it will be a change in consciousness brought on by the fear of the NWO. Have you ever considered that the entire world is a stage show and we are learning how to adapt so when we get to paradise we will know how special it is? If we were born in Paradise how would we know it? Life is meant to have ups and downs but always notice that every time we have a hard period in our lives, a valuable lesson was learned?

Peace
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You were the one that grouped Christians together and used the label.

When you speak of 'change in consciousness' it shows that you are already being taken in by the new age speak.

I am not lead by "intuition, and synchronicities", I am lead by God's word to warn others if I see a danger that could be a stumbling block to their relationship with God. This is not fear as you put it.

Ezekiel 3:17 Son of man, I have made thee a watchman unto the house of Israel: therefore hear the word at my mouth, and give them warning from me. 18 When I say unto the wicked, Thou shalt surely die; and thou givest him not warning, nor speakest to warn the wicked from his wicked way, to save his life; the same wicked man shall die in his iniquity; but his blood will I require at thine hand. 19 Yet if thou warn the wicked, and he turn not from his wickedness, nor from his wicked way, he shall die in his iniquity; but thou hast delivered thy soul. 20 Again, When a righteous man doth turn from his righteousness, and commit iniquity, and I lay a stumbling-block before him, he shall die: because thou hast not given him warning, he shall die in his sin, and his righteousness which he hath done shall not be remembered; but his blood will I require at thine hand. 21 Nevertheless if thou warn the righteous man, that the righteous sin not, and he doth not sin, he shall surely live, because he is warned; also thou hast delivered thy soul.
 Quoting: _2 swords_


So learning to think for yourself is a bad thing? God doesn't make mistakes. Sorry if you don't recognize all the coincidences around you. They are there to guide you and to keep you on a road away from traps. Learn to use them as a guide and fear is gone. I was very close to death last year from being brainwashed into taking prescription pills that the doctors keep wanting to feed me. One night I asked God to either let me live or Die. The next few days he started sending me the path to walk down. My gut feelings lead me to all the answers I needed to free myself from the spell they had my mind under. How can you claim that is NEW AGE? NEW AGE is another label just like Christian. God did not pull me out of Hell in order to be sucked into another trap. The entire system is a trap to keep you from thinking. Learn to think for yourself without depending on doctors, preachers and other smiley glad-hands. It is laughable people still fall for the traps by the Puppet Masters. I guess you will say Energy around us is also new age or the Chakra system that keeps you alive and feeling well?

Call if new age if you want but nothing God does is New Age. God is in control stop falling for shadows figures to keep you in a box.
Amy

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