Margaret Alice

(The Crystal Age / Pretoria - South Africa)

Science: Universe of Electrically Divided Light


Walter Russel, brilliant philosopher, also
proficient in music, literature, architecture,
painting and sculpture; received a Doctor
of Science degree in nineteen-forty-one,

claimed that illumination into cosmic
consciousness is our ultimate goal, that
the electrical energy that motivates us
is flowing from a Supply Universal,

that balance is indicated by joy and
inner ecstasy is a normal state of mind
because when we lack joy, our bodies
form toxins destroying life,

that the world is an illusion formed by
bits of broken glass and three mirrors
in the dual light of waves moving
within an electric mirror octave,

that matter has no real existence,
being a recording of static primary
light interacting electrically with
two other dynamic lights,

that matter is only light-waves
in motion, electrically divided
into opposite pairs, patterned
into the things we experience,

that the universe consist only of
moving rays of light appearing
in sound, colour and form; that
light is affected by electricity,

that he had an inner vision of the
whole invisible colour spectrum in
three-hundred-and-sixty degrees
beyond the limited outer senses,

that he charted the nine spectrum-
cycle octaves within the zero of
undivided magnetic light in
a universe consisting of -

Submitted: Friday, August 24, 2007
Edited: Thursday, March 31, 2011

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  • Gerhard Knight (9/4/2007 10:11:00 AM)

    Excellent writing - I had to read this one twice, as one tends to get lost in the detail. How do you do this? (Report) Reply

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