The leather-bound edition of The Message of the Divine Iliad includes the "Books" from Volumes I and II, Walter Russell's inspired, poetically expressed spiritual philosophyMore 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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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 »
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 »
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 »
If we knew the WHY and WHAT of radioactivity we would not dare to use it. Atomic Suicide? explains that WHY and WHAT. The truth about whether radioactivity can or can not be used as the next world fuel stands or falls upon one issue alone: can science proMore Info »
“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 »
This historic tape is a talk Dr. Russell gave to a group of students at Swannanoa in 1956.
He explains the far-reaching effects of the efforts of the poet-philosophers who established the Twilight Club and the University of Science and Philosophy’s historic connection with that inspired group. (Read the history of the University in The Twilight Manifesto.)More Info »
Think Kosmically, Act Globally is an anthology of Yasuhiko Genku Kimura’s inspirational essays on living philosophy and metascience.More Info »
"In the Wave lies the secret of creation."
Oil Painting, Circa 1921.
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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 »
Final Lecture Series (2 CDs)
From a series of lectures given in the mid 1950's to classes he conducted at SwannanoaMore Info »
This is one of the series of lectures Walter Russell gave to employees of IBM when he worked for twelve years with its founder, Thomas J. Watson, to establish the principles of balanced business which have made that company internationally successful through the decades.More Info »
A beautiful video tour of the Russell art gallery/museum as it was for the fifty years that Swannanoa Palace was the home of The University of Science and Philosophy. As well as capturing the beauty of the Russell art-work and the marble palace itself, the video is an historic documentation of the home of Walter and Lao Russell during the last decades of their lives.More Info »
Genius Is Inherent In Everyone is adapted from a talk Walter Russell gave in 1946. "Mediocrity is self-inflicted; genius is self-bestowed. The choice is yours." Walter Russell explains the process of unfolding one's inherent genius through knowledge and application of universal principles.More Info »
At the beginning of the last century, he was the nation's foremost portrait painter of children, an author, horse breeder, champion figure skater, and originator of the cooperative housing concept. Thomas J. Watson, Sr. of IBM was his patron and Adolph Ochs, publisher of the New York Times, his advocate in the media. Among his friends were Enrico Caruso, Nikola Tesla, Paderewski, Mark Twain, and the Presidents Roosevelt.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 »
Any translation of a classical philosophical text is always also an interpretation. In translating any such profound text, especially one as challenging as the TaoTeh Ching, it is of the utmost importance that the translator have a true understanding of the script, the philosophical imagination to commune with it, and the philosophical grammar to render it.More Info »