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Luxus
08-22-2017, 05:07 PM
Walter Russell was a genius, one of my three hero's (John Keely, Viktor Schauberger,Walter Russell). He discovered that matter was composed from compressed electromagnetic energy. He realised that the different elements of the periodic table had their own resonant frequency (like keely before him). He developed his own periodic table based on atomic resonant frequency's and using it predicted the existence of unknown elements at the time. There are still elements on his periodic table waiting to be discovered by science.

Using his theories he developed a device called a transmutator which induced non radioactive decay of heavier elements into lighter ones as far as I can understand it. Like fractional distillation you can tap off the different elements at different ports along the device. Using such a device in theory you could transmute mercury into gold as mercury is just heavier then gold.

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Warmheart
08-22-2017, 05:31 PM
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Those diagrams definitely have something very enticing and interesting about them. I think it is another author, whose books I must read in some near future.

I remember reading Leadbeater's Occult Chemistry. He wrote very interesting about composition of matter, though maybe a bit too convolutely (I share the idea that all matter is composed out of 7 energy rays), but the rest of the book was quite dubious and with little to no use (though diagrams were very cool).

Schmuldvich
08-22-2017, 08:05 PM
Those diagrams definitely have something very enticing and interesting about them. I think it is another author, whose books I must read in some near future.

I remember reading Leadbeater's Occult Chemistry. He wrote very interesting about composition of matter, though maybe a bit too convolutely (I share the idea that all matter is composed out of 7 energy rays), but the rest of the book was quite dubious and with little to no use (though diagrams were very cool).

Walter Russell, John Keely, and Nikola Tesla are a few "modern" Masters whom I value.

To start with Russell, you can download "The Universal One" here: http://educate-yourself.org/cn/TheUniversalOne1926WalterRussell.pdf

Warmheart
08-22-2017, 08:32 PM
Walter Russell, John Keely, and Nikola Tesla are a few "modern" Masters whom I value.

To start with Russell, you can download "The Universal One" here: http://educate-yourself.org/cn/TheUniversalOne1926WalterRussell.pdf
Thank you a lot for the link, I will definitely start reading it right now.

And yes, I also adore Nikola Tesla, some time ago I gathered most (if not all of) his works (on Russian), I didn't read them all properly (except for his diary), but he really had a nice spirit and he was overall a very charming man. I think he knew much more than what he actually entrusted to paper.

Schmuldvich
08-22-2017, 08:40 PM
I also adore Nikola Tesla, some time ago I gathered most (if not all of) his works (on Russian), I didn't read them all properly (except for his diary), but he really had a nice spirit and he was overall a very charming man. I think he knew much more than what he actually entrusted to paper.
He knew much, much, much more than he put on paper. The guy was being sabotaged by the Elite at the time; he knew he could trust no one besides himself. His mind was brilliant! Even today a lot of his wisdom is repressed, and if you do any research into John Keely you will see exactly the same thing; the "Powers That Be" (the Government) has done everything in their power to smear John Keely's name and research much like they did to Nikola Tesla when he was alive. Those in power want to stay in power and have power. They do not want the average layman to be self-sufficient. Nikola Tesla, John Keely, and Walter Russell open doors to self-sufficiency and self-independence that are being actively pushed closed and firmly repressed by those who do not want you to know this technology exists and that EVERYBODY has in their means and ability to be independent of the State.

These men's research is the gateway to personal freedom, imo.

Luxus
08-22-2017, 09:21 PM
Thank you a lot for the link, I will definitely start reading it right now.

And yes, I also adore Nikola Tesla, some time ago I gathered most (if not all of) his works (on Russian), I didn't read them all properly (except for his diary), but he really had a nice spirit and he was overall a very charming man. I think he knew much more than what he actually entrusted to paper.

Well for a start we know he was working on a flying machine, we also know he drove an electric car that was powered by a device in a small box and he had perfected a "death ray".

Luxus
08-22-2017, 09:30 PM
He knew much, much, much more than he put on paper. The guy was being sabotaged by the Elite at the time; he knew he could trust no one besides himself. His mind was brilliant! Even today a lot of his wisdom is repressed, and if you do any research into John Keely you will see exactly the same thing; the "Powers That Be" (the Government) has done everything in their power to smear John Keely's name and research much like they did to Nikola Tesla when he was alive. Those in power want to stay in power and have power. They do not want the average layman to be self-sufficient. Nikola Tesla, John Keely, and Walter Russell open doors to self-sufficiency and self-independence that are being actively pushed closed and firmly repressed by those who do not want you to know this technology exists and that EVERYBODY has in their means and ability to be independent of the State.

These men's research is the gateway to personal freedom, imo.

Keely was watched closely by secret society's, they seem to have had some knowledge of what he was doing and perhaps did not want the force of "the coming race" to become public knowledge,the phenomenon of the men in black is very interesting !

A very interesting link about another device Walter Russell was working on
http://www.philosophy.org/russell-optic-dynamo-generator.html

True Initiate
08-23-2017, 12:39 AM
More information on Russel's transmutation:
http://lightcoalition.org/wp-content/uploads/pdfs/Experiments-%20Grotz,Binder,Kovac.pdf

He used 4 solenoids in a tetrapole arrangment. If he wanted to transmute lighter elements into heavier ones he made his North-South solenoids stronger and for heavier ones into lighter elements he made East-West solenoids stronger.

True Initiate
08-23-2017, 01:44 AM
A sad story about Walter Russell is that he hasn't finished his most important books. He died before writing them and one of those books was concerning alchemy.

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Kiorionis
08-23-2017, 03:05 AM
T.I. that is very interesting page. Even if the books were not finished, it definitely gives an outline of his thinking.

Luxus
08-23-2017, 01:27 PM
A sad story about Walter Russell is that he hasn't finished his most important books. He died before writing them and one of those books was concerning alchemy.

Interesting, keely was apparently working on books...but he never finished them

Tesla had a book containing his most important inventions...that he never finished lol

I remember reading that walter russell said himself that he had hid a wealth of information concerning his work somewhere and that it would be found in the future.

True Initiate
08-23-2017, 02:00 PM
I think it was Tesla who told him to lock his book The Universal One in Smithsonian for a 1000 years until mankind is ready but Walter refused. His foundation still exists today but they don't have much to add because Walter died prematurely and he didn't finished his main books.

http://www.philosophy.org/

More info about transmutation:
https://merlib.org/blog/distance/5078

Warmheart
08-23-2017, 11:47 PM
So I keep reading this book, and it seems to touch a very dubious subjects, which I was thinking about before.

Such as cyclicity of everything. Our Universe is finite and it is actually smaller than atom from specific point of view. From other point 1 second lasts much longer than million of years.

Eternity eventually becomes so long that it becomes smaller than second.

So what we had to live through (our past) eventually will also become the events of eternally distant future.

And it will last until everyone will reincarnate into a poor and a rich, into a cripple and a sportsman, into a beauty and an ugly. And so everyone you see around is just you but from different reincarnations.

And I don't know, but all these things seem to invoke a big feeling of fatality and loneliness.

Sorry, didn't want to derail this thread, just sharing my thoughts while reading the book.

Luxus
08-24-2017, 02:55 PM
Warmheart

When I was a kid I would imagine a scenario in which this life was just a dream, everything from my appearance, my age, my lifestyle, my interests, my family, my home and all the people I knew. Then one day I would wakeup in a different house, walkover to the mirror as a different person and my mum would then call up to me telling me to come down to breakfast, What a mind twist this would be!!!

After meditating on this for a while I came to the conclusion that I should just enjoy the dream and since it was a dream I could do with it what I liked!

This dream is going to be about being a magician and an Alchemist...it is going to be about this because this is what I have chosen to dream about !