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Updates on cosmic geometry, THRIVE II, Liberty and more
As I mentioned in my last communication, we are deep into production and shooting of our sequel — THRIVE II: This Is What It Takes! Therefore, I have very little time for blogging, the newsletter or public appearances. However, I did do one interview recently that combines many compelling topics in what I think is an unusual and fruitful manner, so I wanted to send this note out and share a link to the conversation I had with a brilliant researcher, author and musician named Narada Dan Vantari.
I met Narada and his wife Pratima on the Egypt journey with the Resonance Academy last fall and he shared with me several of the amazing books that he has been creating on sacred geometry and ancient cultures. His skill with graphic arts is unique and wonderful, and it makes for a user-friendly presentation of esoteric concepts about how the life force uses geometries to build the reality we experience. Narada did a thorough job of providing images and videos to illustrate the topics we were covering, and he has broken the lengthy conversation into bite-size segments that can be independently accessed according to interest.
Cosmic geometry has been a lifelong interest for me, but not one that I have shared a lot with this network outside of our first film and a few clips on YouTube. This conversation explores these patterns and principles and correlates them with successful applications and related insights into the challenges that we face as a civilization and how the liberty perspective with its Nonaggression Principle can guide us toward a truly thriving world.
I hope that you will set aside some time to explore this unique presentation, to offer comments and to share it with your friends who might be interested.
We are “off-the-chain” excited about what is happening with THRIVE II and very eager to share it with you and the rest of humanity as it takes form.
Kimberly and I and the team send our love and warm wishes,
Narada, Foster Gamble & Pratima in Abydos, Egypt 2017
Understanding Sacred Geometry and the Flower of Life
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Global connection sunrise
Announcing… THRIVE II: This is What it Takes!
By Foster Gamble
Dear friends of THRIVE,
Thank you for your patience during our blogging hiatus.
Kimberly and I have been spending the bulk of our time vetting various breakthrough technologies and developing strategies for getting inventors the effective funding, security, legal and business support they so desperately need.
We have been so encouraged by the viable, working solutions in every single Sector — Energy, Health, Environment, Science, Education and more — and the strategies for dissemination — that we are ready to deliver on the promise of THRIVE: What on Earth Will it Take? and are hereby officially announcing to our network that…
WE ARE LAUNCHING PRODUCTION OF OUR SEQUEL —
THRIVE II: This is What it Takes!
What we have been seeing behind-the-scenes has been total confirmation of the key principles for whole system solutions, and we are prepared to empower people all over the planet with insights, principles, strategies and tactics by which we can obsolete the thinking, structures and behavior of those who would impede the liberation of our struggling civilization.
We are in the process of completing our script and funding. Most of the original team is re-assembling along with exciting new talent.
THRIVE II will document the inspiring stories of what it actually takes — in terms of the science, consciousness, perseverance, interpersonal relationships, business skills, financing, security, and philosophical understanding — to bring truly unprecedented innovations to people everywhere. And the visual FX for THRIVE II will go to the next level and do for the Unified Field what THRIVE did for the fundamental pattern of the torus.
Martin Luther King said “The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice.” We are depicting what we see as the next step in this arc, with the principles by which our technologies, our social organizing, and our personal awareness can deliver unprecedented justice and freedom for all. The non-aggression principle and the Liberty Perspective will constitute a main through-line for THRIVE II.
If we were already living in a free society that protected individual sovereignty and creativity, the solutions to energy, environmental, health, food and other problems would already be available.
Throughout this process, we will not be out in the public much other than for workshops we are giving twice a year in Costa Rica at the Rythmia Life Advancement Center, where we will be giving updates on our progress. In these gatherings we will be sharing behind the scenes glimpses into the world of possibility and breakthrough that we have been granted through the success of THRIVE, which now has over 81 million documented views and is out in 27 languages. The owners of Rythmia helped us navigate the minefield of control to get a medical license for one of the breakthrough health technologies we vetted, called HemaLucent, which is now available thanks to our partnership there.
Our next workshop is the week of June 3rd and we’d love to see you there.
We are also thrilled to announce that the THRIVE theme song, written by Ariel Thiermann and Austin Willacy, and produced by the composer of our original score, Gary Malkin, was recently awarded First Place in the Justice category by PosiMusic at their awards gala. This organization acknowledges musicians contributing to making a positive difference in the world.
I will continue to post informational and inspirational articles and videos daily on Facebook and Twitter. For those who want regular analysis of trending events as seen through a sound fact and freedom-based perspective, I highly recommend people like Stefan Molyneux, James Corbett, Jon Rappoport and Tom Woods. As time allows, I will also periodically be writing blogs to address key topics. In the comments below, please let me know what issues you would most like to hear and interact about.
Stay connected. Your support makes a world of difference. From our remarkable cadre of international innovators, the most inspiring human theme we keep witnessing is simply, “Don’t Give Up!”
Earth, Sector Navigator & Foster
PosiMusic award: Ariel Thiermann and Austin Willacy
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Personal Update from Foster and Kimberly
We have been busy doing a lot of behind the scenes prep to help launch various breakthrough technologies to the world. Here’s a little video to stay in touch with us personally as we have been fully occupied with what it takes to get this done. Check it out:
We are learning what it takes to implement the promise of these solutions, which will be the content of THRIVE II: This is What it Takes. We will be sharing details of that, along with a lot more in a workshop at Rythmia from November 5–12. Here’s a short video describing what that’s all about:
The workshop will run for two hours each day, from November 6–9, and there will be lots of time to spend together outside of it — sharing meals, trips to the beach, doing yoga, plant medicine, and all the rest that the Retreat Center offers. Space is limited, so we hope you will sign up to join us.
For more information, or to book your trip, visit Rythmia’s website or call +1 844 236-5685.
We hope to see you there.
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