Glenn Clark, searching for a versatile genius who knew and used universal law, and would be an inspiration to others, found Walter Russell, musician, illustrator, portrait painter, architectural designer, sculptor, business practices advisor to employees of International Business Machines, champion figure skater, natural scientist, philosopher and author.
“Can you give me the secret of your life?” asked Glenn Clark.
“I believe sincerely that every man has consummate genius within him. Some appear to have it more than others only because they are aware of it more than others are, and the awareness or unawareness of it is what makes each one of them into masters or holds them down to mediocrity. I believe that mediocrity is self-inflicted and genius is self-bestowed. Every successful person I ever have known, and I have know a great many, carries within him the key which unlocks that awareness and lets in the universal power that has made him into a master.”
“What is that key?” queried Glenn Clark.
“That key is desire when it is released into the great eternal Energy of the universe.”
Through Glenn Clark’s world-famous biography of Walter Russell, who was known in his own time as the modern Leonardo da Vinci, the most versatile man in America, and the man who tapped the secrets of the universe, we meet the man, the artist and the man of action. Walter Russell in his own words discusses the nature of developing the genius inherent within, and reveals his personal “Five Laws of Success.”
The reader is succinctly presented with the philosophy of modern polymath and mystic Walter Russell. Explored are his perspectives on multidimensional light, hyperdimensional consciousness, and the esoteric nature of the cosmos. Walter Russell is considered by many to be among the ranks of Newton, Lao Tzu, and Plotinus.