A Course in Cosmic Consciousness provides the student with a powerful meditative-study learning experience dedicated to self-transformation, spiritual awakening, and expanded consciousness, leading to the possible achievement of Cosmic Consciousness.More Info »
You Create Your Own Destiny is an excerpt from God Will Work With You But Not For You by Lao Russell. “Whatever destiny you plan for yourself ... you can reach if your desire is strong enough. If you have the knowledge and the desire, you may steer your ship of life anywhere you will ....” —Lao RussellMore Info »
The Russell Periodic Charts of the Elements were first published in 1926 in Walter Russell's explication of his Cosmogony in The Universal One. The charts, based on Russell's insight into the nature of periodicity, completed the Mendeleef Chart.
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"What are you doing or saying right NOW? No matter what it is you are deciding to do no matter how insignificant or massive that decision will follow you all the rest of your life and affect it each day for better or worse." —Walter Russell, with illustrations from his personal life and philosophical wisdom, gives insight into the secrets of earning and bestowing immortality.More Info »
Emigrating to America, she increasingly sought to fathom her spiritual side, but this lifelong quest was not completed until she met Walter Russell, a notable physicist, sculptor, philosopher, and the subject of Glenn Clark's book, The Man Who Tapped the Secrets of the Universe. Together, the Russells devoted themselves to spreading universal truths of love and light to students around the globe.More Info »
The Quest of the Grail is from an unpublished manuscript left by Walter Russell. Russell uses the ancient story of the search for the grail to symbolize the modern search for practical wisdom and knowledge which will lead to a more enlightened life and the unfolding of one’s own creative capacity and inherent genius.More Info »
Love Ye One Another, a selection from God Will Work With You But Not For You by Lao Russell, is a practical application of the Golden Rule as the Law of Life.More Info »
God Will Work With You But Not For You dynamically answers the age-old questions “Who am I? What am I? Why am I here?” Human Beings are the greatest mystery of the "unknown."More Info »
Character An excerpt from God Will Work With You But Not For You by Lao Russell. "Character is destiny. Each of us must learn to be the fulcrum of his or her own power..." —Lao RussellMore Info »
As early as 1921, Walter Russell used the term "New Age" to describe what he foresaw as the “Dawn of the Cosmic Age,” the age in which peace, harmony, love, beauty and creative action would prevail through the wisdom of the comically enlightened Fifth Kingdom Man. Walter Russell challenges everyone to be part of that world transformation to which he devoted his life.More Info »
IBM Founder and President Thomas J. Watson and Walter Russell, who lectured for 12 years to IBM executives and employees, were pioneers in a visionary new concept of ethical business practice, exploring the use of unchanging, universal principles of balanced thinking and action that are as valid in the year 2000 as they were in the 1930’s.More Info »
Deeply inspired by Nature, Walter Russell early in life sought solitude in walks through meadows and woods, by lakes and streams. The Book of Early Whisperings was written during those early years when he loved to spend time alone sketching his favorite scenes or in contemplation of the natural order of life.More Info »
In Europe, in the first decade of the 20th Century, Walter Russell gained acclaim, medals, and awards for his allegorical masterpiece, The Might of Ages (oil painting, 1900).More Info »
"In the Wave lies the secret of creation."
Oil Painting, Circa 1921.
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“We are fully aware of the step-up transformer principle in relation to the multiplication of electric energy, but few of us are aware of the mental step-up transformer principle which makes leaders of men rather than followers.”More Info »