Category Archives: Books

Our online library contains books that have influenced our thinking and mental models. These have been collected from around the Internet, and hosted here at this web site and on our Google Drive. These books were not scanned by us, and we would like to thank those that have undertaken this difficult task. While we believe that information should be free, disliking restrictive copyrights, we recognize the rights of others to decide differently. The Materials provided here have expired copyrights, or have otherwise been made freely available by their respective owners. If there are any copyright infringements, contact us to request removal of the offending material.

Edwin D. Babbitt: The Principles of Light and Color


Artists, scientists, philosophers, and engineers alike will benefit from this in depth treatise on qualitative science. Ranging far beyond just light and color, this book covers a complete set of both aesthetic and scientific principles of nature. Art and science are wonderfully woven together into a fascinating book.

The Principles of Light and Color by Edwin D Babbitt 1878 (PDF)

Walter Russell’s Home Study Course

Walter Russell Home Study Course

Walter and Lao Russell’s 1950 edition of the Home Study Course of Universal Law, Natural Science and Philosophy. An intimate guide to the cosmogony of a man who understood the inner workings of the universe on a very personal level, as you will read about. This course takes from several months to a year or more to complete, and it is intended that you progress at your own speed, taking however much time is required to absorb the information presented here.

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