August 24, 2014 Episode 13 Atomic Suicide (1957) Walter Bowman and Lao Russell

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Transforming and Embracing A New World Series The Life & Works of Walter Russell – “Atomic Suicide” Episode Thirteen (13) in Series

Featuring Allen Lee Adkins and David William Gibbons

Allen Lee Adkins


aa1After growing up in suburban Dallas and Houston, Texas Allen embarked on a wide array of life experiences from traveling the world as a merchant marine engineer and moving to Hawaii where he began a life-long interest in meditation and health and healing practices to starting high tech companies in Silicon Valley and becoming a pioneer in the CD-ROM technology – developing among the very first CD-ROM applications and pioneering the first PC based CD-ROM recording systems. During this time he has widely traveled to 50 countries with extensive travel to Japan and Europe. While on a journey to India to deliver recording equipment to the Dalia Lama, Allen went to Kathmandu, Nepal to study Sanskrit and Ayurvedic Medicine with Dr. Manna Vajra who had carried on this practice in his family lineage for 1,000 years. This and subsequent early work with raw and living foods in the mid 1970’s was to form a life long focus and passion for understanding the intricacies of our human life and health secrets. After moving from Hawaii to California in 1979, Allen took a turn toward high technology at a critical time in the burgeoning Silicon Valley era from the mid 1980’s to the mid 1990’s.


Walter Bowman Russell

wr9Walter Bowman Russell (May 19, 1871 – May 19, 1963) was an American polymath known for his achievements as a painter, sculptor, author and builder and less well known as a natural philosopher and for his unified theory in physics and cosmogony. He posited that the universe was founded on a unifying principle of rhythmic balanced interchange. This physical theory, laid out primarily in his books The Secret of Light (1947) and The Message of the Divine Iliad (1948–49), has not been accepted by mainstream scientists. Russell asserted that this was mainly due to a difference in the assumptions made about the existence of mind and matter; Russell assumes the existence of mind as cause while he believes that scientists in general assume the existence of mind as effect. Russell was also proficient in philosophy, music, ice skating, and was a professor at the institution he founded, the University of Science and Philosophy. He believed mediocrity is self-inflicted and genius is self-bestowed. The content of his public lectures and his writing about living philosophy place him firmly in the New Thought Movement.

In 1963, Walter Cronkite in the national television evening news, commenting on Dr. Walter Russell’s death, referred to him as “… the Leonardo da Vinci of our time.” After Walter Russell died (which the Russells referred to as being “refolded”), his wife Lao Russell kept USP going successfully until she herself died in 1988.

Atomic Suicide

wr4Russell entered what he called his “full illumination” in 39 days and nights in 1921.  He received all the knowledge that he was spend the rest of his life revealing to mankind.  He was “told” during that time that he should not release any of his new understandings for ten years.  However, he published The Universal One in 1926 (five years early)  and sent this scientific treatise to the nation’s leading scientists.  He expected to change the way we understand science.  In that book, he identified the trans-uranium elements–the elements beyond uranium on the Periodic Chart of Elements.  He explained their function in Nature, deep below the surface of the earth–among other things, the radiations from these elements break rock down into soil.  He gave a strong warning, however, not to ever bring these elements to the surface of the earth because their radiations destroy life and could eventually, if misused, destroy all life on the planet.  He expected that this was warning enough. These elements were finally “discovered” many years later, though he was given no credit for originally defining them, even predicting their exact atomic weight.  His warning wasn’t heeded, and the atomic bomb was developed and dropped on Nagasaki and Hiroshima in 1945.  Would this have happened had he waited the prescribed number of years to release this information?  Russell felt some responsibility for this, so he and Lao released Atomic Suicide in 1957, to help the world understand the dangers of using radioactivity.

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