From Wiki: Walter Bowman Russell (May 19, 1871 – May 19, 1963) left a legacy that centers around his unique Cosmogony, or concept of the universe, having spent many years writing about the nature of humankind’s relationship to the Universal One and the degrees of consciousness.
He was an American painter (of the Boston School), sculptor, natural philosopher, musician, author, and builder. His books and lectures place him firmly in the New Thought Movement. The New York Herald Tribune, called him “the modern Leonardo”. a Renaissance man for the twentieth century. Although considered by some a polymath, Russell was not an academician.
12/20/16 – Russell Optic Dynamo-Generator
In the fall of 1959, General Chapman, Colonel Fry, Major Sargent, Major Cripe, and others from NORAD in Colorado Springs, attended a meeting at Swannanoa, Virginia (University of Science and Philosophy) at the invitation of Walter Russell. At this meeting Russell explained the workings of a device he proposed to build to take advantage of the vacuum state energy, and the two directional movement of energy from gravitation, (generation), to radiation, (degeneration).
During the following year Russell, his wife, Lao, and their assistants built the device. The prototype that was built consisted of two sets of dual and magnetically-sexed coils. On September 10, 1961, Walter and Lao Russell reported to their contacts at NORAD, that the coils had worked and that the President of the United States could announce to the world that a “greater, safer power than atomic energy” could be provided for industry and transportation.
After giving the device over to the U.S. Government, Dr. Russell refolded a year and a half later on May 19, 1963. The Russell Optic Dynamo-Generator was never released to the public.
“We have proven the validity of our concept by making a simple small scale working model which is now supplying all the heat, light and power needed for our four story 52 room University. Our reactor generates much more power than needed for whatever purpose intended, so enough of that surplus is taken off from its generator to motivate the reactor in perpetuity.
Nuclear reactors need whole buildings for operation while ours occupies no more space than a furnace or oil heating plant to house its reactor, its steam-turbine and its generator. The nuclear reactor must be prevented from harming humans by building great concrete walls around it, while ours is perfectly harmless and occupies so little space that the one which operates at our headquarters occupies hardly more than six cubic feet, has no moving parts, and weighs not more than four hundred pounds, exclusive of its small steam turbine and generator.
It is needless to say that such a simple, mobile, light and power producing machine would not only effect the whole world-economy, but would be the first step in bringing abundance of the necessities for human existence to every nation on the face of this earth.” – Walter and Lao Russell – Russell Optic Dynamo-Generator