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Anyone think the "Thrive Movement" is a scam?

 
s. d. butler

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I googled Thrive and they have a webpage.. I agree with a the idea that we need change, real worldwide Liberty.. They sound pretty good until the "torus" crap. Mark Rodin's torus is part of the belief system.. They sound like a new age religion. The only thing.. they quote Ron Paul and have a picture up of him.. I am sure that Ron Paul is not part of the movement.

I just posted on another thread.. There is a "new" church starting in my town... called THRIVE.. They even advertised in the paper inviting people to come.."We are for anyone who is disillusioned with "church" as you know it?
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Are you going to check it out? I would be interested in your thoughts about it.
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First off there is always a fee to see a movie unless you watch them online, obviously no one who has watched has payed any attention to what was being said on the video. It's not a scam, besides 5 dollars is nothing most movies you have to pay 20 to see. Nothing on this earth is free if you watch following the money you would understand. It's people like this who are making the way our plant is run worse. 5$ is a grey small amount to pay not to mention there are endless free movie websites you can watch it on. If people we're so greedy then maybe we would all be able to pull our heads out of out asses, join together and fight for what we think is right wether its free energy or the fact that we have no idea what is reality and what isn't anymore. People need to take a stand and sometimes you have to invest in order to get where you need to be. For example if you wanted to make a free energy generator made with magnets you would still have to invest money in to magnets and anything else you would need in order to never pay for electricity again.
I think complaining about a small viewing fee is nothing. Honestly the world is a giant scam, you put 10,000 in the bank they put 1,000 into holding and lone out the other 9,000 then when the person that took out the lone pays back they put in 1,000 lone out 8,000 so in reality they made 17,000 off those people and all it took was one person. They are making money off our hard earned money. Now that is a scam. And I bet some of you use a bank that does this. People fund millions of dollars into this world wide scam without a second thought but have to question when people try to make a difference. We are all so conditioned to question the good things and accept the bad things! Open your eyes people it's time to rise together and fight together! We out number them 1,000,000,000 to 1 so what are we waiting for?!?
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the cover Alone should let one know the intent of the Movie..

the Lady with 1 eye covered and 1 eye exposed... that's pretty obvious.. they always display their calling card hidden in plain sight
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Very interesting thread,...and sadly indicative.

Scam? No, not in my opinion.

Definition of SCAM. : a fraudulent or deceptive act or operation.

Every movie coming out of Hollywwod has at least one political/social agenda. Are all movies scams?

One pays to view movies, listen to music and to be full members of GLP. Scam?

The energy concepts discussed in Thrive are viable and are being implemented, derivative of technology that is over 100 yrs old. The technology IS being released for free, right now.

Alas, we now live in a society that has replaced due diligence with the requirement of a "one-click-link" to the whole enchilada or " Its a scam!"

For those that still have the ability to engage in basic research check Overunity.com,... a video will begin playing,..
Watch it,...ignore that it is most likely NOT in your native language,...then check STIVEP1 page on You tube,...follow through.

We see what we choose to see.

Thrive presents a conceptual meta-map that allows for lateral associations between subject groups.

I don't see a scam.

Seeing plots/scams where there are none locks one into fear,...which admittedly is a dominant emotive response here on GLP.

Happy Holidays or not,...your choice.

spock
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Sounds like Zeitgeist new age crapola.
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Anyone thinks you are a shill?

Maybe just stupid...
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I watched it for free on GLP - they are encouraging that - and I thought it was a very vital and inspiring film, and I have seen a lot of this type of expose. Definitely worth watching, especially today.
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Just watched the film. I was skeptical at first but then they started naming and shaming the Rothschilds, Rockefellers, Warburgs and Schiffs. This film is alright in my book!
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11/25/2011 04:43 AM
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Guys!

I'm really confused as to the gravitas of the argument you're all having. "is it a scam?"

possibly.

Does it matter?

no, not really.

You've got to pick and choose what you believe. but the main thing here is not a choice of belief. it's a humanity thing;

Free energy for life would solve many worldwide problems of deprivation, starvation etc.

The message behind the video is stronger than the idea of it being a scam.

and so what, you get scammed out of $5. big fucking deal, am i right? i would have just spent it on beer anyway.

But imagine if everyone had a motor that took energy from the earth's electrical field;
water could be pumped FOR FREE
Hospitals could monitor patients FOR FREE
manifacturing processess would be SIGNIFICANTLY CHEAPER
Elderly people wouldn't freeze to death
etc etc

I think you lot are missing the point some what..!

still it's interesting to hear others veiws!
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Very interesting thread,...and sadly indicative.

Scam? No, not in my opinion.

Definition of SCAM. : a fraudulent or deceptive act or operation.

Every movie coming out of Hollywwod has at least one political/social agenda. Are all movies scams?

One pays to view movies, listen to music and to be full members of GLP. Scam?

The energy concepts discussed in Thrive are viable and are being implemented, derivative of technology that is over 100 yrs old. The technology IS being released for free, right now.

Alas, we now live in a society that has replaced due diligence with the requirement of a "one-click-link" to the whole enchilada or " Its a scam!"

For those that still have the ability to engage in basic research check Overunity.com,... a video will begin playing,..
Watch it,...ignore that it is most likely NOT in your native language,...then check STIVEP1 page on You tube,...follow through.

We see what we choose to see.

Thrive presents a conceptual meta-map that allows for lateral associations between subject groups.

I don't see a scam.

Seeing plots/scams where there are none locks one into fear,...which admittedly is a dominant emotive response here on GLP.

Happy Holidays or not,...your choice.

spock
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Nicely said:)
"Arrows of hate have been shot at me too, but they never hit me, because somehow they belonged to another world, with which I have no connection whatsoever." - Albert Einstein
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Re: Anyone think the "Thrive Movement" is a scam?
Very interesting thread,...and sadly indicative.

Scam? No, not in my opinion.

Definition of SCAM. : a fraudulent or deceptive act or operation.

Every movie coming out of Hollywwod has at least one political/social agenda. Are all movies scams?

One pays to view movies, listen to music and to be full members of GLP. Scam?

The energy concepts discussed in Thrive are viable and are being implemented, derivative of technology that is over 100 yrs old. The technology IS being released for free, right now.

Alas, we now live in a society that has replaced due diligence with the requirement of a "one-click-link" to the whole enchilada or " Its a scam!"

For those that still have the ability to engage in basic research check Overunity.com,... a video will begin playing,..
Watch it,...ignore that it is most likely NOT in your native language,...then check STIVEP1 page on You tube,...follow through.

We see what we choose to see.

Thrive presents a conceptual meta-map that allows for lateral associations between subject groups.

I don't see a scam.

Seeing plots/scams where there are none locks one into fear,...which admittedly is a dominant emotive response here on GLP.

Happy Holidays or not,...your choice.

spock
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Nicely said:)
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Re: Anyone think the "Thrive Movement" is a scam?
It's on a scam if you think it is.

First of all, the production team will never get rich off of fees for the movie. the best I think they can hope for is to recoup some of their production costs (people have to eat), and possibly bank a little cash for future productions.

I think there will always be hateful comments about why anyone should charge for information. but without charging any fees, it would be difficult for someone who doesn't already have access to a lot of cash to put something like that together.

also i think charging for it weeds out those who aren't serious or ready to listen.

having said all that, i was very impressed by the film, both in substance and presentation, and I encourage those interested to watch
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One of the best documentary i have seen don't care if they make money of it as it has a lot of good idea's.

Instead of worrying about how much money they make from this documentary you should just take from it what ever you think is worth putting in motion and go from there.

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Watched the movie 2 times, then it was removed from free viewing. Considering spending the $25 to get a copy and likely will because i want to review what was presented a few more times. Similar to Zeitgeist; but a lot of different information as well. Was attempting to look at statements made point by point and see what other supporting information could be found. As for it being "New-Age Crapola", consider when belief the world was round and not the center of the Universe, was new age crapola, heresy and you would be burned at the stake if you didn't say otherwise. Remember when people were burn for being a witch? Remember when we had rest rooms, restaurants and water fountains to separate Colored folks from white folks and this was enforced? People learn in time what is true, good and right. If people seek truth, learning and soul search what is right and wrong. In time truth can be discovered and un-truths relieved. History has proven those that rule us do not always tell the truth, make choices best for all people or make personal sacrifices for the betterment of the world. Why do we have "Covert operations"? Why is there need to do bad, mean evil things in the name of righteousness and security? When will we evolve? The movie was interesting to me; but I haven't had a chance to completely research how much might be factual and how much is not provable. When watching these types of films it is good to not adsorb it all as proven truth, always seek truth and verify accuracy. Just because it is a movie doesn't make it true. Hard to believe doesn't make it false either. Wanting to believe it or not wanting to believe it should not affect your research to verify the information accuracy. Watch it for the entertainment value, then anything you find interesting, see if you can find supporting information. If you believe it is true, ask yourself why. If you believe it is not true, again ask yourself why?
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[link to vimeo.com]
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The Buddha started off as a prince. Does that make Buddhism a scam?
The truth is the highest religion.
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why are quoting me ?
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I found it odd that they would make you pay to screen the film....
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they dont its free
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Who wants to be part of my group to watch this documentary Free?

Send me an email

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this film will wake anyone up.
tell everyone you know to watch this! give the link to friends and family, strangers too!
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Yes it is a Scam, and New Age Crapola. Just as an aside, Mr Gamble, the son of perd...I mean P and G is also pushing another New Age product. A New Age Martial Art called Aikido.

[link to blog.aikidojournal.com]
[link to www.thrivemovement.com]

This Art (I won't include the 'Martial' part for reasons of accuracy) is typical New Age fare arriving as part of 'Gods Plan' to 'destroy techniques of destruction' (i.e it is a Peacenik 'hand over your weapons, put on weight, grow a ponytail for the good of humanity scam')

www.bullshido.net/forums/archive/index.php/t-103994-p-20.html​

The founder, Morihei Ueshiba, was an average-to-above average sickly rich kid Martial Artist who was actively involved in a New Age Cult called Oomoto after the death of his Father.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
[link to www.oomoto.jp]
[link to www.oomoto.or.jp]
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Mr Ueshiba was loyal to his Guru, a man named Onisaburo Deguchi who was variously proclaimed to be a 'megolonmaniac', 'Devil', 'Madman' etc etc who channeled loads of New Age symbolisim stuffs from...ahem...the heavenly realms.

[link to www.aikido-shobukan.org]
[link to holyspiritvictorious4ever.blogspot.com]

Ueshiba went through various initiatio...I mean 'enlightenments' and, thank the heavens, was incarnated as (another) Lord Maitreya or savior.

[link to www.forum.exscn.net]

At its apex of development, you can hope to look a bit like this:

[link to www.youtube.com]

Aikido has lots of odd child initiatives and ties to child 'protection' groups.

[link to www.bab.org.uk]

Yet every few years it seems a junior gets fiddled by an Aikido Instructor.

[link to www.aikiweb.com]
[link to s3.amazonaws.com]

This group also has a plethora of World Invoc....I mean 'peace','love','harmony' and other buzzword type initiatives with those jolly fellows at the UN.

[link to www.aikipeaceweek.org]

Like Any Good New Age cult, Aikido is based on a few 'real' principles developed from a Chinese/Japanese lineage of Martial Arts/spiritual teachings (and there are snakes within this cult who build thier entire reputation on elucidating certain obvious historical facts)

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

If you don't know what a confused cult of hypocritical psuedo intellectual, psuedo warriors (with a certain percentage of people who talk sense trying to help the rest) looks like, see here.

[link to www.aikiweb.com]

Gamble, who has been fully fratted, fagged and chupas on la polla of the New Age seems to have wrangled a few good and less good names for his project(who knows maybe animal torture in the name of world peace and plastering your face with his slippery ancestors vile products means your can pay good tips).

[link to helpfreetheearth.com]

Thrive Movement, Zeitgeist, Aikido, The Venus Project,; the problem with these serpents is, try as they may, they literally cannnot produce anything without that gaudy, overproduced BS vibe to it which sends your Chakra system spinning the wrong way and your inner vision exploding with alarm bells and New Age symbolism. The only thing this Thrive movement proves is what a bunch of hacks and amateures are able to hoodwink so many.

I like that purple torus though, I found visualising it with a neatly wound up turd inside it produced a minor spiritual experience in me.
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Any movie or movement that calls for...

1- Ceasing of bailouts to banks and corporations
2- The dismantlement of the FED and the money multiplier / reserve banking system worldwide
3- Withdrawing support from the IMF and the World Bank
4- Allowing the development of alternative currencies and banks
5- Refusing international taxes
6- Getting informed
7- Speaking up and connecting with others
8- Banking locally
9- Buying and investing responsibly
10- Joining a coalition to keep the Internet fair and open
11- Supporting independent media
12- Supporting organic non-GMO farming
13- Joining movements that reform the election processes (voting transparency and ending campaign financing in the way it is no in the US at least)
14- Advocating renewable energy
15- Encouraging critical mass actions

...is definitely not a "scam" in my book, and is the kind of film and documentary the whole world needs to see, imo, even if one thinks that not every fact stated in the film is correct, and even if I do agree that it's weird that they haven't uploaded it for free, and that they actually should have done so. But it's all right if it's not that expensive and they want to make back some of the money they've spent over the years of getting the info and making this documentary. Plus, you can still download it as torrents and watch it from a few links for free so I don't see why you're complaining so much.

Wake up and go read a book on the eastern definition of the human ego to understand why a lot of people (including yourselves obviously) get defensive (why anyone gets defensive in general) and why it would be so hard for your ego to accept what this documentary is trying to say. I suggest reading "A New Earth" but I highly doubt you'll be able to read it, if you even do read books.

The seed is planted. It is up to you to water it.
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Im really disappointed in the topic of this discussion and really amazed at the ignorance of many comments posted to this topic.

For one i met the makers of this movie and they are awesome people trying to make a difference and get people to open up about the real situation.

Also, DONT BE STUPID, making something like this is not free. out of all the people that actually think this is a scam, why dont you try to calculate the amount of money it took to make this and whos pocket it came out of?????

it cost about 7.5 million dollars to create this. i happily put my 5 dollars in to help support them continuing this movement.

its cost around 10,000 dollars just to have the movie made in a seperate language. they have put it in 10 (thats 100.000$ for some of you tards out there, just on languages!)

it cost thousands to pay people to make websites, film, edit, archive, the list goes on and on.

PEOPLE WAKE UP!! it isnt free to do things like this. if you want to watch it for free, watch it on youtube idiots. dont complain. they are only trying to get back some of the millions of dollars they put into this. they even propose group watchings so you dont all individually have to pay for it. they spent years making it. dont be the jackass who sits behind his computer calling people kooks, while spanking off to some porn on a seperate tab. what have you people achieved for the better? how much money have you put out there so that others could gain knowlegde and truth. probably none. you probably do most things solely for yourselves and yet your lives still amount to nothing. sorry for the harshness but its true.

WAKE UP. this shit is real, its not a joke, its not a scam. we are being manipulated by big banks and you are all worried about 5 bucks hahahah.

Think about the amount of interest on credit cards you get charged and all the transaction fees you pay.... adds up to alot more then 5 dollars, and thats only a fraction of what they take from you.. look at your pay checks next time. and see how much you get pulled out from taxes. where the hell do you think that goes

now whats really a scam??

why dont you all talk about something productive. like what we should do about this situation. STAND UP AGAINST THESE PEOPLE or get a chip under you skin and be marked like they want you to be
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This is just more Marxist propaganda. Espouses Obama's class warfare doctrine. Hate the capitalists. Take from the wealthy and give it to those who are not wealthy--so more of these 99% ers can sit on there asses and complain. Man up--quit complaining you are a victim!
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I saw the cover and refuse to pay for it. The guy who made it has profited from his family's evil company (who pollutes the shit out of this planet) and I'm supposed to pay for his solutions? No way. I saw the trailer, it's puke. peace
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it cost about 7.5 million dollars to create this. i happily put my 5 dollars in to help support them continuing this movement.


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Then I guess it should be in the theaters.

To be honest, them charging $5, if what you say is true, is fuckin funny.

I don't BELIEVE YOU. I happen to have done some homework on the makers and the making of this film and you are full of shit.

Did they pay people to do the interviews? No, they didn't.

Alex Asswipe Jones has made docs that cost under $500,000 that are better, and I cannot stand him, but he put them out for free (if you wanted to buy the DVD with great quality he charged).

7.5 million? SUUUUUURE.
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Everyone is entitled to their way of thinking, and many might think it's all a scam, swindle, farce, etc, whatever...that's what makes our species so wonderful. But don't just so quickly brush aside something that sounds to our everyday norm so way out of the scale that it must just be plain crazy....crazy is most times truer than fiction...after all science fiction, mysteries, thrillers, whatever, all come out of events that are true, therte are the bundy's & damon's of this world, so where do movies depicting similar horror stories come from??? not fiction but fact!! i am not saying believe everything u hear but i am saying that sometimes the truth is definitely stranger than fiction!!! And yes there are people that want to dominate and yes when money is not the issue anymore power is the next step...yes i believe that our global education system is up the creek, any child who is a bit off the norm is asked to take ritalin (my child's teacher requested me to do that, and i told her to take a flying leap) so that they conform, health people taking pills till they have renal failure. We are all being taxed literally till the day we die....so let's not say that the few who r waking up r crazy... why can't peo-ple be different and have the freedom (short of murder, child abuse, human slavery,etc. ie: abominable crimes that even the animals don't do)to do what we want when we want. the sad thing in human nature is always the corruption and greed for power that comes with it.; i could go on forever but all i want to end with is this...do think outside the box, because like the ancient proverb goes, the hand that rocks the cradle is the one that rules the world!!!!!
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Everyone is entitled to their way of thinking, and many might think it's all a scam, swindle, farce, etc, whatever...that's what makes our species so wonderful. But don't just so quickly brush aside something that sounds to our everyday norm so way out of the scale that it must just be plain crazy....crazy is most times truer than fiction...after all science fiction, mysteries, thrillers, whatever, all come out of events that are true, therte are the bundy's & damon's of this world, so where do movies depicting similar horror stories come from??? not fiction but fact!! i am not saying believe everything u hear but i am saying that sometimes the truth is definitely stranger than fiction!!! And yes there are people that want to dominate and yes when money is not the issue anymore power is the next step...yes i believe that our global education system is up the creek, any child who is a bit off the norm is asked to take ritalin (my child's teacher requested me to do that, and i told her to take a flying leap) so that they conform, health people taking pills till they have renal failure. We are all being taxed literally till the day we die....so let's not say that the few who r waking up r crazy... why can't peo-ple be different and have the freedom (short of murder, child abuse, human slavery,etc. ie: abominable crimes that even the animals don't do)to do what we want when we want. the sad thing in human nature is always the corruption and greed for power that comes with it.; i could go on forever but all i want to end with is this...do think outside the box, because like the ancient proverb goes, the hand that rocks the cradle is the one that rules the world!!!!!
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Who needs Thrive when we have this guy?yoda

But seriously , Thrive a scam? Sigh ,If you had watched the movie you would have noticed Mr Gamble encouraging all to pass "this" movie along to friends , family and all who will watch it.
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I found it odd that they would make you pay to screen the film....
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Yea I agree! that movie is bullshit who wants to save the world we live on anyways. All we Americans need is Jesus Christ and oil!
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I saw the cover and refuse to pay for it. The guy who made it has profited from his family's evil company (who pollutes the shit out of this planet) and I'm supposed to pay for his solutions? No way. I saw the trailer, it's puke. peace
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Your right 5 bucks is to much money. How can we buy our cigarettes and booze everynight spending that kinda cash! Plus we can't watch a movie about saving the earth when American idol is on!

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