Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Meandering about . . .

Today is the birthday of Walter Russell (May 19, 1871 – May 19, 1963), polymath. He was considered by some to be a leading figure in physics and cosmogony; although, many mainstream academics consider his ideas to be pseudoscience.

"When it becomes a part of every man's thinking that a single thought can change the polarity of our entire body toward either life or death - and can likewise change its entire chemistry toward increasing alkalinity or acidity to strengthen it or weaken it - or can change the shape of every corpuscle of matter in the entire body in the direction of either growth or decay - then the medical profession will radically change both its principles and its practices with the ailment of bodies." - Walter Russell

"The keystone of the entire structure of the spiritual and physical universe is Rhythmic Balanced Interchange between all opposites." - Walter Russell

"If we think we are tired or ill, it is only because we have done something to unbalance the bodily conductivity of the universal electric current which motivates it." - Walter Russell

". . . he who seeks possessions for himself will never find them--until he begins to give of the abundance of possessions which he already has." - Walter Russell

"If you want it and believe you can have it, you will." - Walter Russell

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