- Hardcover: 61 pages
- Publisher: Univ of Science & Philosophy; HARDCOVER!!!!!!!!!HARDCOVER!!!!!!!! edition (June 1989)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1879605074
- ISBN-13: 978-1879605077
- Product Dimensions: 0.2 x 5.5 x 7.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #873,380 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The Man Who Tapped the Secrets of the Universe is one of these short and sweet titles. It is a bibliographical account of a brilliant man of this century - one Walter Russell - who appears to have been sadly overlooked as someone we all should know. I'm not against us keeping stats on and remembering always the world's greatest athletes - sports seem an important part of our lives for what they represent. But when we remember every great athlete without remembering the greatest spiritual pioneers, I wonder about priorities.
So much can be learned from the life of Walter Russell, and I believe he is one man we could teach about in schools in order to exemplify spiritual principles without preaching and persuading. A life is a much more powerful example than any words, and as we look at Mr. Russell's life, we can perceive how a different approach can bestow such a very different result! Probably my favorite example from within the book is when it tells of Russell taking a summer job as a bellboy, and startling himself by refusing his first tip. Tips were the primary income for bellboys, and the only real reason to take the job ... one would think. When he came to grips with his action, he decided he would refuse all tips from that point on, yet would work harder and offer more service to the guests than anyone else.Read more ›
"All my life I have been looking for a man who has discovered the Universal Law which lies back of the sermon on the mount, and who conciously uses that law with full awarenes of its meaning, and full obedience to its principles."
"If I could find such a man,I though to myself, He would be so cosmiclly aware of the Light of God that he would know the Spiritual Cause of all Effect."
Clark was looking for a man who had achieved Cosmic Consciousness. This man would know God the Cause of all Effect. When Russell talks about the Light he is talking about God. In Hebrew Kabbalah it would be Ain Soph Aur or the Limitless Light! This man would understand how the Universe worked and would be able to do anything he desired to achieve. This is why he was able to excell in many different areas of knowledge. This is why it is important for you to know about this man!
Read his book "Atomic Suicide" to get the overall picture of his ideas. There are many other books for those on the Path of enlightment by Walter Russell. Do not listen to the fools that have belittled him for they are ignorant of the Truth! Frater J.A.
This little 55 page book doesn't go into too much details of the life of Walter Russell, it touches upon his accomplishments and success in all areas of his life and leaves out dwelling on any suffering he went through to accomplish great things but it does talk about HOW he did it.
The best part of this book, besides giving us a glimpse into the life of an extraordinary man, is that it points the way for each of us to find that same measure of greatness within ourselves - if we choose to do so.
Some have reviewed this as "stupidity" but the mans success speaks for itself and "stupidity" and sarcasm will not find you greatness...
I enjoyed reading this book very much and hope you do to!
"The Man Who Tapped The Secrets Of The Universe" houses many inspirational, but paradoxical, zen-like statements as above.
The writer, Glenn Clark asks Russell: "Tell me how you acquired your scientific knowledge." Russell replies: "It is because I always looked for the CAUSE behind things and didn't fritter away my time analyzing EFFECTS...ALL KNOWLEDGE EXISTS as CAUSE. And it is simple. It is limited to LIGHT of MIND and the electric wave of motion which records God's thinking in matter."
You follow this? See, according to Russell, the universe consists of nothing but light. There are a total of nine oscillations (wavelengths) of light which create all known matter. To be a genius, all you need to do is become one with Nature (i.e. realize you are nothing but light), and she will then whisper all her secrets in your ear.
Walter Russell is the first author to use the term "New Age" and a lot of his thinking seems to anticipate many modern-day 'New Age' philosophies. His overwhelmingly positive outlook reminds me very much of Dr. Wayne Dyer.
The brief length of this book does not even remotely do Russell justice - or, should I say, it doesn't even remotely answer the questions I have about this man. Here's a guy, who started out when he was ten years old with his first job as a church organist. He worked as a musician to pay his way through art school. And then became an architect! How did he do this?!
Russell says he never works at anything for longer than two hours.Read more ›
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We've seen many a great man come and go. I stumbled across this back whenever I was given The Secret .... Problem is very few believe . I hope to see that change in the futurePublished 1 month ago by Katt
"The Man Who Tapped the Secrets of the Universe" is a short and delightful biography of an absolutely extraordinary man, Walter Russell, who excelled at everything he... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Suzannah_M
Don't know why it took me so long to find this. Walter Russell was and is amazing. He was like one of the best kept secrets of the universe!Published 5 months ago by Tom Oakley
Excellent. Walter Russell was connected to the Source and experienced the life, leisure, and artistry of 5 men. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Warren