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By Walter Russell

A quick treatise at the Russell Cosmogony, with its new inspiration of sunshine, topic, power, electrical energy and Magnetism. it is a easy but whole, constant and viable cosmogony which wil permit destiny scientists to imagine the universe as One entire, and should open the door to the hot age of transmutation.

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