thrive : prosper; flourish
Thrive, created and hosted by Foster Gamble, is an eye opener. Thrive documentary talks about the problems and mysteries within our world. It has interviews with evolutionary biologists,
free energy researchers, authors, researchers on world economy and so on.
The narrator in Thrive, though he sometimes looks like a cult fanatic, explains a range of things. The interesting line in his narration I found was:
“I have realised that we are not a mistake, we are simply mistaken.”
Thrive starts with the explanation of
Torus. From what was said and what I searched in Google, Torus seems to be a complex mathematical phenomenon, which Mr. Gamble says is the pattern that lies within the universe.
I went through Google just to find out what Torus really means, and got confronted with equations and images representing the structure of Torus. The narrator explains Torus as a geometrical shape in which energy moves in through one end, circulates around the center and exits out the other side. It is balanced, self-regulating and always a whole.
Mr. Gamble asserts that this pattern has been prevalent in the arts and icons of various cultures throughout history. It is said to be carved and sculpted in the alphabets, stories, icons and buildings of the Greeks, Native Americans, Aztecs, Sumerians, Sikhs, Hindus, Egyptians and what else..
Even more according to Thrive, the Torus seems to be the source code in most of the crop circles! Among the most complex crop circles observed, one shows what mathematicians call the
Julia Set. I was completely at a loss when I looked at equations of Julia Set…. was awestruck, didn’t ever know that such kind of mathematics exists on earth!
My belief in crop circles hardened when I gulped in the complexity of this design but honestly, didn’t quite understand the relationship it had with mathematicians!
Another crop circle, which is not mentioned in Thrive but I came upon while researching, is the
pi crop circle. It is named so, again a mathematical connotation, because a retired astrophysicist from the UK deciphered it to be the crop circle which gives the exact value of pi. I hope you aren’t as bad as me in mathematics.
But what has Thrive got to do with all these geometrical designs? What’s Mr. Gamble’s point?
As you venture further into Thrive, gradually all this talk about Torus, crop circles and UFO encounters lead towards free energy. The narrator assumes that maybe if there are any extra-terrestrial beings, they might be using this free energy by understanding the pattern of the energy that flows free in the universe. Maybe, as what Thrive suggests, they have accessed the secret to the fountain of free energy where there is no necessity of external combustion.
And these vehicles have been noticed in the religious scriptures and myths even before the advent of the UFO mania in the twentieth century. The flying machines have been written about in the centuries old Vedas, Ramayana and Mahabharata.
Just remembered a joke while writing about flying vehicles. Do you know who is the first woman to fly on a plane? Be informed, she’s Sita (wife of Ram). All credits go to Ravana who abducted her from Ram’s jungle hut and gave her a luxurious flight on his Vimana (plane) to Lanka (his empire)!
Then Thrive’s topic changes to free energy. Watching Thrive, I understood that there were and are many researchers who are trying to unlock this secret of the Torus and build such a device which runs perpetually without combustion. I came to know that most of them have been threatened and killed by people who run the world economy with their ownership on oil, gas and electricity.
These people don’t want changes which affect their piggy banks. They don’t want some free energy producing device which can destroy their business of oil. A quotation is well used within Thrive:
Who controls the food supply
controls the people;
who controls the energy
can control whole continents;
who controls the money
can control the whole world. - Henry Kissinger,1973
Though Thrive moves from Torus to crop circles to UFOs to free energy to global economy to the people who want to control global economy to global domination, the documentary is not a juxtaposition of a myriad of thoughts but an insightful stream.
Watching Thrive, we understand how bankers earn money and why would everyone be happy in the world if someone invented a source of free energy. We also understand why some people do whatever to stop researchers from building free energy devices.
I thoroughly enjoyed Thrive and heartily recommend to all of my friends. Just for understanding’s sake………. Though some people and events mentioned in Thrive may not be totally true, it is sure a good entertainment.