On 11/11/11 Fortune 500 Proctor and Gamble heir Foster Gamble released "Thrive," the latest and greatest Zeitgeist-like big-budget controlled-opposition co-option of the conspiracy community.
First of all Proctor and Gamble is one of the largest corporate manufacturers of chemical-ridden cancer-causing personal products in the world. All the soaps, shampoos, toothpastes, cosmetics and junk foods they produce have safe, healthy, effective, natural alternatives but for decades have been systematically low-balled and bought-out by chemical giants like P&G. So instead of using natural herbs, flowers, oils and other non-toxic ingredients as humans have for millennia, now we buy the dangerous combinations of carcinogenic chemicals in their poisonous brand-name brews. Not only that, but these chemicals are all "safety tested" first on defenseless animals to make sure they don't kill you too fast. P&G is one of the world's worst animal-rights offenders perpetually torturing and murdering thousands of innocent animals for their unnecessary experiments.
P&G makes an average of $68 billion per year and does hundreds of millions of dollars of business with the Pentagon and Department of Defense. They lobby to block bans on animal testing, distribute GMO products like olestra, produced the first implantable microchips and financed Hitler's Third Reich. Just look at their company logo and notice the symbology / numerology: 13 stars, a subliminal 666, and devil horns, then Foster Gamble's movie has 11:11:11 numerology, Masonic one-eyed poster, rising-sun and "V" symbolism.
So what about the message of Thrive? The second half of the film is quite good, features David Icke, G. Edward Griffin, and Catherine Austin-Fitts; it's packed with well-researched conspiracy info about the banking system, false-flags, the Rockefellers, Rothschilds, and the New World Order. The first part of the film however reeks of disinfo with people like Steven Greer, Clifford Stone and others going on about aliens, UFOs, ancient astronauts, and crop circles.
It's very clear that this movie is trying to convince people that aliens are real, and that they are responsible for crop circles and UFOs. They show government, military and NASA spokespeople all agreeing that crop circles and UFOs must be alien phenomena. They say that since crop circles are so large and intricate, found in over 30 countries, and appear so quickly that they cannot possibly be the work of humans using ropes and boards. That's fine, I'd agree with that, but then they jump off the deep-end and say since it's not humans using ropes and boards, it must be aliens! Back up the misinfo train a second. If it's not humans using ropes and boards, it must be aliens? What about as I've always said, it's not humans using ropes and boards or aliens, but rather humans using classified technology such as microwave beams? Look at the various crop circle patterns: sacred geometry, checkerboard floors, one-eyed pyramids, kaballah tree of life, pentagons, pentagrams, Hollywood-looking alien depictions - looks like the work of Masons to me.
They use the Hegelian dialectic to sucker people by saying the government, military, and NASA "officially" deny the existence of aliens. Then they show a broad selection of government, military, and NASA employees "unofficially" confirming the existence of aliens. This thesis and antithesis makes the unsuspecting viewers assume that "officially" there is a cover-up, but "unofficially" all these employees are blowing the whistle and exposing the cover-up. Thus the synthesis conclusion is that aliens exist and the establishment is covering it up. But as I've explained before regarding Roswell / Area 51, the "official denial" and "unofficial whistle-blowers" are two parts of the same propaganda. You come out the first day in the newspapers saying "UFO crash landed, alien bodies recovered!" Then the next day and for the next sixty years "officially" claim that it was actually just a weather balloon and no aliens. Next they build a huge top-secret millitary facility on that very spot and have "unofficial whistle-blowers" come out periodically claiming that there is indeed an alien phenomenon being covered up. This creates the "insatiable mystery" as Illuminati founder Adam Weishaupt called it, and the synthesis conclusion you intended, all the while no one suspecting that the entire thing is just one big propaganda scheme to get you to believe in aliens.
Crop circles and UFO sightings are becoming more frequent and getting increasing attention from both the mainstream and alternative medias. The History channel just did a big series on Ancient Aliens, Southpark did an Ancient Aliens spoof, and Masons like Zechariah Sitchin have been propagating the idea for decades. The Disclosure Project and so-called "exopolitics" are being pushed into the mainstream. The UN already has an "alien ambassador" for when first contact is made. Various governments are opening up "UFO files" which always hint at aliens. The Vatican officially believes in aliens now. Combine all that with what Rik Clay, myself, and many others have been saying all along and it appears we are in the final preparatory stages of a huge "alien" deception due to arrive soon.