- Hardcover: 61 pages
- Publisher: Univ of Science & Philosophy; Fifteenth Edition 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: 4.6 out of 5 stars See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #609,775 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The Man Who Tapped the Secrets of the Universe Hardcover – June, 1989
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“I believe that when the Self of man thus walks and talks with God he as gradually ascends to the great heights and desires of his ambitions as the tree ascends from its seed, for each is working with the law and, conversely, the law is working with each.”
“You have to gather your energy together in the same manner, conserving it and insulating it from dissipation in every direction other than that of your purpose.”
~ Walter Russell from The Man Who Tapped the Secrets of the Universe
Ever heard of Walter Russell?
Fascinating dood. A multi-faceted 20th century genius who beautifully describes the Source of his mojo in this great little book by Glenn Clark.
Isn’t it a little weird that our culture seems to celebrate “The Cubicle Man” more than “The Renaissance Man”?!? Me, too.
And, if you’re into connecting to God/Universal Intelligence/whatever-you-want-to-call-it to express your inner Renaissance Soul in this precious little life of ours, methinks you’ll dig the book. It’s a tiny 61 pages but remarkably packed with inspiration and wisdom.
Let’s jump into some of the Big Ideas:
1. Consummate Genius - Is within you!
2. Genius: - Three qualities.
3. Focused Intention -Is yours?
4. Absolute Trust - In Universal Intelligence.
5. Self + Universal Self = - Doing the impossible.
Let’s imagine walking through every experience of our lives with the intention to give more than we receive… To The Life Triumphant, my friend.
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Page 16: Despite not formally studying architecture,he was credited to have designed and build twenty million dollars worth of buildings in New York City such as: the Hotel des Artistes on West 67th street, the first Hotel Pierre occupying a whole Park Avenue between 48th and 49th Streets, Alwyn Court at 58th and Seventh Avenue, and the Gothic Studio opposite the Museum of Natural History on 79th street. Russell is also credited with the duplex studio apartment idea.
Page 17: He had been elected President of the Society of Arts and Sciences around the time that a medal was to be given out to Thomas Edison. He did a portrait sculpture for Thomas Edison and eventually portrait busts for other people stemming from the success of the Edison sculpture (page 18).
Walter Russell is also listed towards the end of the book as having been a guest at the White House, first as an official painter and then as an official sculptor.
Another reader stated that there was not enough useable information. This doesn't have to be formatted as coursework. The knowledge is there to be used in the same fashion that Walter Russell used it. It is simple. It simply requires faith. Everything I have and have ever done is directly linked to the knowledge given in this book.
There are little nuggets in this book that are memorable, like describing beauty as "perfection of rhythm, balanced perfection of rhythm. Everything in Nature is expressed by rhythmic waves of light. Every thought and action is a light-wave of thought and action.
It's one thing to just say poetic words attempting to sound smart. It's profound to truly become a master and speak of how you did it and see the world so others can learn from it. Imagine an Einstein that mastered art, not just bomb making.