I'm a newcomer here. I was thinking about purchasing this course but first I did some searches to find some details about it. I was not able to find much but I did stumble upon this forum. However I do not see a 'real' review of this work, just a couple of satistied customers. My questions would be as follows:
On Amazon.com I see a book entitled:
Universal law, natural science and living philosophy: A home study course of the science of man
By Walter Russell
and is listed as being the 3rd Edition with 933 pages.
However on the philosophy.org website I see the following:
The Complete Home Study Course
By Walter and Lao Russell
and it is listed as the 4th Edition with 520 pages.
Then I see here that Justin mentioned "we are going back to the Third Edition of the the course".
I'm a bit confused by all of this so here are my questions...
Are these two the same work?
Is the 3rd Edition that much larger than the 4th or is it a mistake on the Amazon site?
What exactly does this course consist of? Is it just one large book or several books? Is there any accompanying audio or video material?
It seems that there are 12 'units'. What exactly is a 'unit'? Is this one book and there are 12 of them? What is the size of these units (how many pages if they are books)?
If I order the work from the Amazon site will I receive all 12 units at once? Is the version on the Amazon site legit?
What is the actual price in US dollars for all 12 unites? Would I receive them all at the same time (this would be my preference)?
Justin, are you actually a part of this company that is selling Walter's works (philosophy.org)?
Is it better to wait until this "going back to the Third Edition of the the course' process is complete? If I order now will I get something that would be released in a better form (and cheaper for post) in just a month or two? This because Justin mentioned "We're hoping to get everything ready by December".
I'm a little confused as to the content and the form and there does not seem to be a lot of detailed explanations regarding this.
This can be the first Book Review.
For anyone that has had the opportunity to take this course. Some of the questions that could be answered are as follows:
- Do you recommend this couse?
- How did you come accross it?
- Has this course changed your life? How?
- Was this course easy to understand?