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Reply Wed 15 Aug, 2007 09:31 pm
the message of the divine iliad 1 & 2, the secret of light, and the home study course all seem to contain bits and pieces of the divine iliad.

but has all of it been released? absolutely all of it?
as in like, is there one source where all of it is in?

just wonderin..
 
Justin
 
Reply Wed 15 Aug, 2007 09:45 pm
@esaruoho,
I would say that the Divine Illiad is the heart of it all. These are words Walter Russell wrote while experiencing this illumination. All the other writings center around the Divine Illiad. From childhood, everything that Walter Russell wrote is of great significance to the World.

As far as everything being release and documented... Not exactly sure. There are talks of opening a museum which would hold all of the archives to be viewed by the public in glass cases. This would also include all the writings and sculptures along with the original scientific drawings.

I will let everyone know more when the time comes.
 
esaruoho
 
Reply Wed 15 Aug, 2007 10:01 pm
@esaruoho,
what i actually meant was:
in home study course and other places he always says something very much like "the world is not yet ready for all of the parts of the divine iliad and can only be shown this" .. but then there never seems to be a point where its like "right you lot, heres all of the divine iliad" - so is message of the divine iliad part1 & part2 the whole lot - or not?
 
Justin
 
Reply Wed 15 Aug, 2007 10:04 pm
@esaruoho,
I'll find this out for you. I cannot answer it. It's possible he was referring to the Divine Illiad itself which was not published until later. There was a reason he was not supposed to publish it yet he couldn't bear not to insert portions of it into his other writings.

If anyone here can answer this, please feel free to do so. There are probably some people here that could answer that question. Meanwhile I'll search this out for you.
 
esaruoho
 
Reply Sun 26 Aug, 2007 03:29 pm
@esaruoho,
so in the end it seems the consensus was:
the whole divine iliad has been released in the message of divine iliad parts 1 and 2. but not everything that the message contained has been explained. or something like that.
 
Justin
 
Reply Mon 27 Aug, 2007 07:33 am
@esaruoho,
The Divine Illiad is the whole thing. The books that followed were explanations of it and or a breakdown of this new knowledge.
 
esaruoho
 
Reply Thu 1 Nov, 2007 09:45 am
@Justin,
Justin wrote:
The Divine Illiad is the whole thing. The books that followed were explanations of it and or a breakdown of this new knowledge.


makes sense. yeah. not everything has been broken down/explained, yet the actual original message is still there, and could still be deciphered and understood by someone who can access the same data .. their own way.
something like that i guess<img>
btw, putting a smiley or an image doesnt work anymore. all i get are broken images. bit of a shame Smile
 
Airlight
 
Reply Mon 12 Nov, 2007 11:47 am
@esaruoho,
I am of the reasoning that it doesn't appear completely published. Here's why...

Russell says in the forward of the D.I. vol I 1971 copyright, "as much more of it as can now be published will appear in this volume. Further portions of it will be released in accordance with instructions specifically given for their release in the Divine Iliad." That seems a large glaring clue to me.

In the HSC, Russell talks about how the D.I. instructed him to hold the release of the it until 1947-48, I think... I haven't relocated the exact quote yet. It is in the poetry of the writing saying something to the effect of seven times seven - sorry - memory fails as to the exact wording...

Here's the rub. I can't find where any verse in the D.I. vols. I-II talks about time frames of releasing the message. "Further portions" are published in D.I. vol II obviously but Russell doesn't say "here's all of it," which seems his style. That's conjecture, I know...but it follows reasonably. If someone sees the time frame mentions and I've skipped them, please let me know.

I know Russell was interpreting the Light but he seems to indicate he put into words everything he was receiving including the time frames. I'd love to pour over the achieves for that, eh? Wink
 
 

 
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