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A New Concept of the Universe

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A brief treatise on the Russell Cosmogony, with its new concept of Light, Matter, Energy, Electricity and Magnetism. This is a simple yet complete, consistent and workable cosmogony which wil enable future scientists to visualize the universe as One Whole, and will open the door to the new age of transmutation.
Paperback, 178 pages
Published June 1st 1989 by Univ of Science & Philosophy (first published 1953)
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Gravy
Nov 07, 2013 Gravy rated it it was amazing
A New Concept for the Universe

A refined explanation of Walter Russell's cosmology and unified theory of the universe. The volume starts with an open letter to contemporary science, challenging its core tenets and insisting the observation of effect alone has led to a misunderstanding of cause. He follows his bold assertions with his explanation of the universe and natural law, making many fantastic claims such as: 'all matter is condensed light waves, and 'the only force in the universe is elect
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Jason Gregory
Sep 27, 2016 Jason Gregory rated it it was amazing
Walter Russell explores science in the way that a mystic would explore spirituality. His understanding of matter in relation to vibration and rhythm are comparable to the seven laws expounded by Hermes Trismegistus back in ancient Egypt. A New Concept of the Universe is a book that can be intellectually challenging for those who are unfamiliar with metaphysics and new science. But in saying this, it is an essential read to step outside of conventional science to look at the universe a new way ...more
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Aug 20, 2015 Kevin Monte rated it it was amazing
Amazing points and references towards electro-magnetism and how we can better understand the universe through learning the causes or opposing energy forces towards our current and narrow-minded scientific study of matter, gravity and energy.
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