Walter Russell


Walter Russell was one of the greatest geniuses ever to walk the planet. Even though he died in the 60’s, Walter Russell greatly changed the world we live in today. Walter Russell felt it was his Life Purpose to be an example to mankind that we all have genius inherent within us. And he did just that.

Walter Russell mastered many talents -master painter, sculptor, author, philosopher, musician, composer, architect, scientist, equestrian, figure skater, and more.

Walter Russell developed his own Periodic Chart of the Elements and was the first to define the trans-uranium elements–the elements eventually used (and abused) to create nuclear energy and the atomic bomb.

Walter Russell understood cause–the “why” of things.  Modern science uses observation and deduces the “effects” of things. Walter Russell released many of his discoveries and insights to the world’s leading scientists and physicists in 1926. The official scientific community considered Walter Russell to be a heretic because he approached science from a metaphysical viewpoint, putting God into the equation.  However, at least two scientists have since won Nobel Prizes by developing his ideas. Walter Russell never was given credit for the discoveries he revealed to mankind in 1926, in his scientific treatise, The Universal One.


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The Universal One – This is a universe of Mind, a finite universe, limited as to cause, and to the effect of cause. A finite universe, in which the effects of cause are limited, must also be limited as to cause; so when that measurable cause is known, then can man comprehend and measure all effects. The effects of cause are complex and mystify man, but cause itself is simple. The universe is a multiplicity of changing effects of but One unchanging cause. All things are universal. Nothing is which is not universal. Nothing is of itself alone. Man and Mind and all creating things are universal. No man can say: ‘I alone am I.’ There is but One universe, One Mind, One force, One substance.


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