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A blind neighbour taught him to play the piano and was the spiritual interchange partner of his childhood. At the age of seven, while playing marbles with other boys, he felt the urge to retreat into the solitude of the woods, where, for the first time, he experienced leaving his body and feeling the ecstasy of cosmic consciousness. From then on, he had such an experience every year in May, which made him different from the other boys, with whom he could not share the ecstasy of my world, as he called it. It gave him inner peace on one hand, but also inner loneliness on the other. His blind maestro was the only friend of his early days.
Walter Russell was born in Boston, Massachusetts, May 19th, 1871. Before he could walk or speak, he could play any tune he heard with one finger on the piano before he could walk or talk.
At the age of nine, he was put to work, because the money was badly needed. When he was fourteen years of age he had black diphtheria and was already declared dead, when he had his second great illumining (illumination), getting the knowing (knowledge) about self healing. To the amazement of his weeping parents and of the doctors he arose from his bed perfectly healed.
Walter Russell, who was mentally awake and active right up until the end, died on his 92nd birthday, the 19th of may 1963.
"The Secret of Light", published in 1947. This publication was the result of spending 20 years working on improving
written in order to explain the "Cosmic Laws" of the universe for the established scientific community.
What impact did he have on science? I can't find any.
originally posted by: FamCore
I wanted to make a thread to try to share some information about a man who achieved much in his lifetime, and who left an impact in the fields of Science and Philosophy.