Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Walter Russell - Quote of the Night

From "Atomic Suicide" -

"The geniuses of the world are those who have learned to talk with God by transcending their senses and becoming Mind-Beings.  In this still very early stage of unfolding of the man idea he is very conspicuously body-conscious and but faintly Mind-conscious.  God's intent for man is that he should manifest Mind-not body.  The signs of the times tell us, that more and more Mind-conscious humans are coming into their fruition stage, but mass-man is still body-and-sensation-conscious.  That is why such chaos is spreading over the face of the eart.  Culture is dying because sensation shuns culture.  A Wagner or Mozart is worth billions, and should be nourished.  The Wagners and Mozarts of today can be found trying to survive by playing in night clubs, or selling vacuum cleaners.  We have no pennies to spare for the arts of peace while so many billions of dollars must be spent upon the arts of war, and in extolling those who kill.  Man has chosen to upset his own balance by seemingly violating the inviolate.  In the battle of civilization for body-supremacy over Mind, it may well be that the moral, mental and spiritual decline of the last fifty years will continue into another degrading Dark Age.  Time is naught, however, in Nature, and man will again arise through the efforts of the few among the many who are now becoming more and more Mind-conscious."

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