About Weight

Weight is a measure of unbalance. It indicates the intensity of desire of any mass which is out of balance to find balance.
Every mass in the universe has its proper potential position. Every mass will find that position if not prevented from doing so by the bindings of other masses.
Weight should be measured dually as temperature is. It should have an above and a below zero to measure the intensity of desire in masses to rise from the earth as well as to fall toward it.


All matter is a record of its potential at the place of its birth in its wave. Masses of matter, like buoys floating in the ocean to mark courses for ships, are floating in space to register the electric potential of the position of their birth.
Whenever matter is in the place of its birth, it belongs there. It is, therefore, in balance. It floats in its balanced field. In that position it is weightless in respect to anything else in the universe. Whenever it is taken from its field center, or becomes an eccentric part of another field, it is out of balance with the two forces acting upon it. It then has weight, and the measure of that weight is the measure of its unbalance with its out-of-place environment.
Weight of matter and measure of electric potential are one and the same thing.

(Walter Russell: The Secret of Light, pp. 181-82)