The Man Who Tapped the Secrets of the Universe

by Glenn Clark | The University of Science & Philosophy © 1989 · 61 pages

Walter Russell was a 20th century genius, a renaissance man who excelled in the sciences, arts, sports and life in general. He was also a deeply spiritual guy and this book captures his wisdom on the art of living well. We'll look at the importance of connecting to the Universal Self, focusing our intention, and trusting the Divine Intelligence that's guiding our actions as we give our gifts in greatest service to the world.

“The Life Triumphant is that which places what a man gives to the world in creative expression far ahead of that which he takes from it of the creation of others.”

~ Walter Russell from
The Man Who Tapped the Secrets of the Universe

Ever heard of Walter Russell?

Fascinating dood. A multi-faceted 20th century genius who beautifully describes the Source of his mojo in this great little book by Glenn Clark.

Isn’t it a little weird that our culture seems to celebrate “The Cubicle Man” more than “The Renaissance Man”?!? Me, too.

And, if you’re into connecting to God/Universal Intelligence/whatever-you-want-to-call-it to express your inner Renaissance Soul in this precious little life of ours, me thinks you’ll dig the book. It’s a tiny 61 pages but remarkably packed with inspiration and wisdom.

I trust you’ll enjoy Walter Russell’s perspective on genius as much as I do and I vote we dive straight into the Big Ideas! :)

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About the author


Glenn Clark

a New Thought Leader