THRIVE II: This Is What It Takes

COVID-19 is a Tale told by an Idiot, Full of Sound and Fury, Signifying Nothing.

 

William Shakespeare, if he had been alive in 2020

Foster and Kimberly Gamble have made a superb sequel to the THRIVE movie, and they premiered their much-anticipated film globally on September 26th, 2020. You will get the most out of THRIVE II if you have also seen the first film which was released online for free in 2011. In this very timely follow-up, the Gamble's present the results of their investigation into the most promising solutions in energy, health, consciousness, and non-coercive societal structures, that can and will make the planet and its inhabitants truly thrive if these solutions are made available on a global scale. They also show which institutions are going to extreme lengths to try to prevent this from happening.

You can watch THRIVE II online on THRIVEOn.com for a very small price and in case you're wondering, No, I don't get a fee for promoting the film. Compared to the small fortune that was spent on creating these 2 feature-length films, $12,09 (incl. tax) really isn't a lot to ask for a 72-hour online rental and I strongly encourage you to watch it. 

You can either spend 2,5 hours watching, reading, and/or listening to the garbage that is being spewed by the mainstream media (..which actually goes on 24/7), OR you can spend 2,5 hours engaging your mind in some truly inspiring, highly informative and uplifting information. The choice, as always, is yours and this is the trailer of THRIVE II to help you decide.

 

The 5G Wi-Fry of Earth

A month or so ago it came to my attention that 5G has the millimeter-wave region of the electromagnetic spectrum at it's very core. As this has extremely serious consequences for all organic life on the planet I decided to write this article.

It's not just 5G; millimeter wavelength anything is weapons-grade technology. If your are new to the site read these articles first for a better understanding: HAARP and Advances In Tesla Technology and The Malaysian Airliner Isn’t Missing – It Is Exactly Where Somebody Has Designed It To Be.

Let me give you another example: the US Airforce and Raytheon developed a weapon for crowd control called ADS (which stands for 'Active Denial System') that uses millimeter waves. This system isn't only used in war zones but can also be used on civilians in urban areas. So what does ADS do? The waves penetrate clothing and generate a sensation of intense burning pain on the target's skin. The PR spin is that this isn't lethal but all that has to be done to make it lethal is of course to increase the intensity of the wave. Now imagine this technology being active in every cell phone, appliance and product that you use and the potential for misuse. 

There are some very interesting and highly informative presentations and articles online about the dangers of the 5G roll-out. I strongly advise you to educate yourself about the health and environmental consequences if you haven't done so yet. 

Playlist content:

1. The Electromagnetic Spectrum; 2. How does your mobile phone work?; 3. Jeromy Johnson (expert in EMF exposure) at Tedx Berkeley, 'Wireless wake-up call';

4. Dr. Martin Pall (B.A., PhD.), ' The 5G rollout is absolutely insane'; 5. Dr. Devra Davies (PhD., MPH), 'The truth about mobile phone and wireless radiation'; 

6. Sacha Stone (New Earth Project), '5G Apocalypse'; 7. The truth about Smart meters – 'Take back your power' (documentary)

Recommended Reading:

Saturday, January 25th 2020, Global 5G Protest Day

Overview of Events

 

Cities Around the World Unite for Global Protest Against 5G Technology on January 25 by Derrick Broze

News Coverage from First 5G Global Protest, January 25, 2020

 

“Happiness” – A short film by Steve Cutts

The animated short film "Happiness" is a truly spot-on depiction of today's society. It's the story of a rodent's (meant to represent a human's) unrelenting search for happiness and fulfillment in all the wrong places.

The moral of the story? Instead of mindlessly contributing to the rat race, ask yourself what you can do to contribute something to the greater good.

 

How to Turn the Tables on Authority Like a Genius

“In the act of provoking people to think differently, philosophers make it clear that we are not fated to live within the often-stifling systems of thought that we inherit. We can change the subject.” ~Raymond Geuss

Are you sick and tired of television talking-heads babbling their way through political propaganda and scapegoating each other through underhanded claptrap that does nothing more than keep outdated bipartisan “authority” entrenched in the minds of the people?

If not, have you ever asked yourself why you just go along with it? Have you ever questioned the nature of authority itself?

Ask yourself: what makes a person an authority? The answer seems simple: a bunch of other people “believe” that person to be an authority. Usually arbitrarily, without questioning the legitimacy of the authority and believing it only because the majority believes it. Or blindly believing in some outdated “social contract” reasoning that strong-arms everyone into obeying.

Have you ever asked yourself how much of your belief in authority is merely culturally conditioned, societally brainwashed or merely indoctrinated? How much of the authority surrounding you is made up of prestigious and courageous individuals who have actually earned it through the merit of their own blood, sweat and tears; and how much of it is made up of individuals who were merely pigeonholed into positions of power by an outdated system of indoctrination void of courage and prestige?

Tough questions, for sure. But only you can answer them. Because the secret to overcoming authority like a genius is realizing that you are the authority. The only person you can control is you. So it’s on you to become the most badass authority (author of self) that you can become.

Your authority is paramount because only your authority can decide the authority others have over you. Your authority alone must decide if another person’s authority is legit or not. Nobody else can decide for you. It’s your responsibility alone to either become your own authority or to allow the authority of others to control you.

Others claiming to be an authority can choose to violate the golden rule, or the non-aggression principle, or attempt to block your freedom, but that’s on them. That’s their bad conscience to wrestle with. You can’t control them. You can only control how you act as an author of self in the face of their violation.

It’s a psychosocial quagmire, for sure. This is because we are foremost social creatures. More so, we are imperfect social creatures who are prone to mistakes. So. The secret to overcoming authority is to become a badass authority: an author of self.

But, here’s the thing, becoming a badass author of self will require a shitload of self-improvement and self-overcoming. Beginning with embracing the inherent fallibility of the human condition…

Understand that we are all fallible:

“Mastery is an asymptote. You can approach it. You can home in on it. You can get really, really close to it. But you can never reach it. Mastery is impossible to realize fully.” ~Daniel H. Pink

Here’s another secret: Nobody knows what the fuck is going on. Nobody has it figured out. We’re all confused. We’re all a member of a fallible, prone to mistakes, clumsy, fumbling species going through the motions of living a short life within an unfathomably ancient universe.

Any authority claiming to have it figured out and using that claim to attempt to control you is not a legitimate authority but a tyrant.

It’s your responsibility as a free human being to maintain your own freedom. That means having the ability to question authority while also improving upon your own authority: author of self.

Understanding that we are all fallible is vital towards overcoming authority precisely because it helps keep in perspective just how arbitrary authority is. As George Carlin ingeniously quipped, “I have as much authority as the Pope. I just don’t have as many people who believe it.”

Anybody can claim to be an authority, but only earned authority should be respected. And even earned authority should be questioned. Especially since, as Lord Acton observed, “Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely.”

I could claim that I’m an authority on unicorns, but I better come correct with my knowledge. And it would also help if unicorns existed. But the point is this: If enough people “believe” that I’m an authority on unicorns, and they “believe” that I have dissected a unicorn and revealed the magical quality of its insides that causes it to shit rainbows, then I’ll not only have violated truth, I’ll have violated the minds of others and taken advantage of their ignorance.

But, and here’s the rub, it’s their fault for not questioning my authority. As Albert Einstein said (himself an authority in the field of physics), “Unthinking respect for authority is the greatest enemy of truth.” So if we’re correct to question Einstein’s revolutionary theories, then we’re exponentially correct to question my theory on unicorns.

Respecting a prestigious authority or taking into consideration important knowledge gleaned by someone who claims authority in a particular domain of knowledge is fine. It’s even okay that sometimes we allow people to violate our minds. We allow artists to do it all the time. Problems arise when we “believe” in authority when we blindly follow a perceived authority. That’s when things go wrong.

Blind belief in authority is dangerous because people are fallible. And it’s doubly dangerous when the majority of people are under its spell. This is precisely why we should take that sixth grader’s advice: “Question authority, including the authority that told you to question authority.”

Learn self-discipline and act with confidence:

“It is not society that is to guide and save the creative hero, but precisely the reverse. And so every one of us shares the supreme ordeal––carries the cross of the redeemer––not in the bright moments of his tribe’s great victories, but in the silences of his personal despair.” ~ Joseph Campbell

If only immoral people indoctrinated by a profoundly sick society are controlling the social narrative, then the kind of authority you’re going to get is an immoral dictation that sustains the profoundly sick society.

Which is why you should work on becoming a badass author of self. By confidently becoming your own authority, you can make a bold attempt at changing the narrative. A person who has the ability to question authority and themselves will be better able to rise out of the sick society with vital medicine.

The trick is being bold enough to claim you have medicine. People will continue to believe the authority that keeps the sick society propped up until you convince them that you have a healthier alternative. So it’s on you to become an author of self, have the discipline to question authority and to refine your own authority by becoming a leader.

Decide you are a leader. Own it. Take control of the narrative by creating the narrative and then have the confidence to declare to any and all so-called authorities that you own yourself.

Real leaders don’t follow power; they learn how to turn the tables on power, even their own, so that power does not corrupt. Real leaders don’t kowtow to tyranny or authoritarian rule; they question it, despite the “rank and order” and outdated narrative that props it up.

The social narrative is a bucking bronco. It takes discipline to get it under control. It takes audacity to admit that there’s no trademark on the voice of authority. There’s no patent on influence. It’s all up for grabs. And it’s up to you to grab it. Grab the social narrative by the reins by declaring confidently and assertively what needs to happen.

Be confident. Learn self-discipline and self-overcoming. Question the lot. Then have the courage to wrestle the narrative into submission and give it your own healthy voice. Just be responsible with your power and only use it to transform the “profoundly sick society” into a healthier one. Easier said than done, certainly. But, as Spinoza said, “All things excellent are as difficult as they are rare.”

Source: themindunleashed.com