Where to get the Books

Books can be ordered from: www.philosophy.org (USA)


- selected English Books
- German Editions


Glenn Clark
The Man Who Tapped The Secrets Of The Universe (1946)

This book, of which more than 300.000 copies have been sold, has made Walter Russell and particularly his scientific and philosophical work known worldwide.

J. B. Yount III
Remembered For Love - Lao Russell of Swannanoa (2005)

This recently published biography provides detailed insight into aspects of Walter Russell that have been left unmentioned in Glenn Clarks’ ardent description of Walter Russell’s personality. The title renders Lao Russell’s answer to the question of how she would like to be remembered by the people once she dies.

Books & Publications
by Walter and Lao Russell

Selected List of Important Books

Chronological List of all Publications

Walter Russell
The Universal One (1927)

With this work Walter Russell appealed to the scientific world six years after his primary Illumination experience in order to publicize the laws and cosmic interrelations that had been revealed to him. More than one thousand editions of this work, that had been published at his own expense, were sent to the top experts of research and science. Their reaction was devastating  it was zero. Most of them did not even acknowledge having received this large-sized volume and hardly anybody, aside from a few open spirits such as Fritz Berger and Nikola Tesla, took the content of this book seriously.

Walter Russell
The Self-Multiplication Principle (1936)

Indeed, the genius is inherent in everyone  but how has Walter Russell accomplished such an overwhelming wealth of works? In this incisive talk he describes just that in a very comprehensible manner. We can all do it!

Walter Russell
Genius Inherent In Everyone (1946)

Walter Russell was convinced that every human being has the potential of ingenuity  one merely needs to overcome ones inhibitions and realize that we are all one in God. A deeply inspiring and encouraging book.

Walter Russell
The Secret Of Light (1947)

Twenty years after the staggering reaction caused by The Universal One, Walter Russell presented the basic cosmic correlations in a simplified manner and with more conventional scientific wording. The radical innovation and simplicity of his thoughts in this book make for most sophisticated reading, but the more one immerses oneself the more accessible it becomes.

Walter Russell
The Message of The Divine Iliad, Vol. I and II (1948 / 49)

During his 39 day and night period of Illumination in 1921, Walter Russell jotted down some 40.000 words that express what he learned while he experienced the Light of Cosmic Consciousness. These pivotal texts, that were published bit by bit and are referred to in almost all of his works, have been compiled in this comprehensive two-volume edition, including explanatory talks as well as a questions and answers section.

Walter und Lao Russell
The Home Study Course (1950)

Revised and commentated edition by Yasuhiko G. Kimura and Laara Lindo, published in 2001.

Walter Russell
The Dawn of A New Day In Human Relations (1951)

On his eightieth birthday, Russell spoke in front of highly ranked members of the military in the US on the Armed Forces Day. His simple and still stunningly radical elaboration on the causes of war and the preconditions for long-lasting peace are still very much up-to-date and sometimes seem to only just have to be brought to the attention of the current President of the United States of America.