Foster and Kimberly Gamble have launched a new initiative, Thrive Together, through their Thrive website. Despite the community rhetoric, it appears to be a fairly standard ‘subscriber exclusive content’ arrangement of the type than many providers of free content are using in the modern information economy.
What caught my eye, however, is that in the first video, Foster and Kimberly talk about the Dragon Family, an Asian secret society supposedly in control of Japanese politicians and bankers. This is a narrative which stems entirely from Benjamin Fulford, formerly Asia-Pacific Bureau Chief for Forbes magazine until 2005, now operating as an independent writer based in Japan, and was significantly promoted by David Wilcock during 2012 (for example). As I wrote in my forthcoming book:
Fulford claims to have been “the first Westerner for 500 years to be admitted into the ranks of the Eastern secret societies”, collectively known as the White Dragon Society (Fulford 2008, 11)… unknown to the majority, a war for power is raging between competing secret societies, including the Illuminati (the Rothschilds, representing the old European royal houses), the Sabbatean Mafia or military industrial complex (essentially the Rockefellers, in control of the US following a coup d’état in 1913) and the White Dragon Society, who promote free energy and an open press (Fulford 2008, 16). Fulford claims to have been elected as a spokesperson for the White Dragon Society, tasked with bringing the message to the Illuminati “that they must recognise their time is over, step down without a fight and allow the world to thrive as it should”.
The question that we’re being asked most by our network, even more than Ebola, Ukraine, and Isis (which we will be addressing in the future) is “What’s really going on with the economy?” “Are we really in a recovery? Are we on the verge of some even greater catastrophe? Or, is it perhaps something else entirely?” With the current launch of our new ThriveTogether subscription option, we decided to share the following as a sample of the type of in process thinking that we’ll now be sharing with our subscribers. So, I’ll start in and then hand it off to Kimberly.
Regarding the global economy… What we’re actually seeing is unprecedented developments leading toward a possible complete global economic transformation. We see, very probably, a new, more humble, more peaceful role for the United States, a new role for the dollar, and, possibly, new roles for you and me. Here are some facts about a few recent developments that can provide critical background: