The emotion of sex
is an "irresistible force," against which there can be no such
opposition as an "immovable body." When driven by this emotion, men become gifted with a super power for
action. Understand this truth, and you will catch the significance of the statement
transmutationwill lift one to the status of a
The emotion of sex.
The emotion of sex contains
the secret of creative ability.
Destroy the sex glands, whether in man or beast, and you have removed the
major source of action. For proof of this, observe what happens to any animal after it has been castrated. A bull
becomes as docile as a cow after it has been altered sexually. Sex alteration takes out of the male, whether man or
beast, all the FIGHT that was in him. Sex alteration of the female has the same
The human mind responds to stimuli, through which it may be
"keyed up" to high rates of vibration, known as enthusiasm, creative imagination, intense desire, etc. The stimuli
to which the mind responds most freely are:-
The desire for sex expression Love A burning desire for fame, power, or financial gain, MONEY Music Friendship between either those of the same sex, or those of the opposite
sex. A Master Mind alliance based upon the harmony of two or more people who
ally themselves for spiritual or temporal advancement. Mutual suffering, such as that experienced by people who are
persecuted. Auto-suggestion Fear Narcotics and alcohol.
The desire for sex expression comes at the head of the list
of stimuli. Which most effectively "step up" the vibrations of the mind and start the "wheels" of
physical action. Eight of these stimuli are natural and constructive. Two are destructive. The list is here
presented for the purpose of enabling you to make a comparative study of the major sources of mind stimulation.
From this study, it will be readily seen that the emotion of sex is, by great odds, the most intense and powerful
of all mind stimuli.
This comparison is necessary as a foundation for proof of the statement that
transmutation of sex energy may lift one to the status of a genius. Let us find out what constitutes a
genius. Some wisecrack has said that a genius is a man
who "wears long hair, eats queer food, lives alone, and serves as a target for the joke makers." A better
definition of a genius is, "a man who has discovered how to increase the vibrations of thought to the point where
he can freely communicate with sources of knowledge not available through the ordinary rate of vibration of
The person who thinks will want to ask some questions concerning this definition of
genius. he first question will be,
"How may one
communicate with sources of knowledge which are not available through the ORDINARY rate of vibration of
The next question will be, "Are there known sources of knowledge which are available
only to genii, and if so, WHAT ARE THESE SOURCES, and exactly how may they be reached?"
We shall offer proof of the soundness of some of the more important statements made
in this book-or at least we shall offer evidence through which you may secure your own proof through
experimentation, and in doing so, we shall answer both of these questions.
"GENIUS" IS DEVELOPED THROUGH THE SIXTH
The reality of a "sixth sense" has been fairly well
established. This sixth sense is "Creative Imagination." The faculty of creative imagination is one which the
majority of people never use during an entire lifetime, and if used at all, it usually happens by mere accident. A
relatively small number of people use, WITH DELIBERATION AND PURPOSE AFORETHOUGHT, the faculty of creative
imagination. Those who use this faculty voluntarily, and with understanding of its functions, are GENII.
The faculty of creative imagination is the direct link between the finite mind of man
and Infinite Intelligence. All so-called revelations, referred to in the realm of religion, and all discoveries of
basic or new principles in the field of invention, take place through the faculty of creative
When ideas or concepts flash
into one's mind, through what is popularly called a "hunch," they come from one or more of the following
One's subconscious mind,
wherein is stored every sense impression and thought impulse which ever reached the brain through any of the five
From the mind of some other
person who has just released the thought, or picture of the idea or concept, through conscious thought, or from the
other person's subconscious storehouse.
There are no other KNOWN
sources from which "inspired" ideas or "hunches" may be received.
The creative imagination
functions best when the mind is vibrating (due to some form of mind stimulation) at an exceedingly high
rate. That is, when the mind is functioning at a rate of vibration higher than that of ordinary, normal
When brain action has been stimulated, through one or more of the ten mind
stimulants, it has the effect of lifting the individual far above the horizon of ordinary thought, and permits him
to envision distance, scope, and quality of THOUGHTS not available on the lower plane, such as that occupied while
one is engaged in the solution of the problems of business and professional routine.
When lifted to this higher
level of thought, through any form of mind stimulation, an individual occupies, relatively, the same position as
one who has ascended in an airplane to a height from which he may see over and beyond the horizon line which limits
his vision, while on the ground. Moreover, while on this higher level of thought, the individual is not hampered or
bound by any of the stimuli which circumscribe and limit his vision while wrestling with the problems of gaining
the three basic necessities of food, clothing, and shelter. He is in a world of thought in which the ORDINARY,
work-a-day thoughts have been as effectively removed as are the hills and valleys and other limitations of physical
vision, when he rises in an airplane.
Creative faculty of the mind opens you
to sixth sensefunction.
this exalted plane of THOUGHT, the creative faculty of the mind is given freedom for action. The way has been
cleared for the sixth sense to function; it becomes receptive to ideas which could not reach the individual under
any other circumstances. The "sixth sense" is the faculty which marks the difference between a genius and an
ordinary individual. The creative faculty becomes
morealert and receptive to
vibrations,originating outside the individual's subconscious mind, the more this
faculty is used, and the more the individual relies upon it, and makes demands upon it for thought impulses.
This faculty can be cultivated and developed only through use.
That which is known as ones `conscience operates entirely
through the faculty of the sixth sense. The great artists, writers, musicians, and poets become great, because they
acquire the habit of relying upon the "still small voice" which speaks from within, through the faculty of creative
imagination. It is a fact well known to people who have "keen" imaginations that their best ideas come through
Success strategy that relies entirely upon
the faculty of Creative Imagination.
There is a great orator who does not attain to greatness, until he closes his eyes and begins to rely
entirely upon the faculty of Creative Imagination. When asked why he closed his eyes just before the climaxes of
his oratory, he replied, "I do it, because, then I speak through ideas which come to me from
One of America's most successful and best known financiers followed the habit of closing his eyes
fortwo or three minutes before making a
Drawing upon superior
When asked why he did this, he replied,"With
my eyes closed, I am able to draw upon a source of superior intelligence."
Through the process of cultivating and using the creative
The late Dr. Elmer R. Gates, of Chevy Chase, Maryland, created more than 200 useful patents, many
of them basic,through the process of cultivating and using the
creative faculty. His method is both significant and interesting
to one interested in attaining to the status of genius, in which category Dr. Gates, unquestionably belonged. Dr.
Gates was one of the really great, though less publicised scientists of the world.
In his laboratory, he had what he called his "personal
communication room." It was practically sound proof, and so arranged that all light could be shut out. It was
equipped with a small table, on which he kept a pad of writing paper. In front of the table, on the wall, was an
electric pushbutton, which controlled the lights. When Dr. Gates desired to draw upon the forces available to him
through his Creative Imagination, he would go into this room, seat himself at the table, shut off the lights, and
CONCENTRATE upon the KNOWN factors of the invention on which
he was working, remaining in that position until ideas began to "flash" into
his mind in connection with the UNKNOWN factors of the invention.
On one occasion, ideas came through so fast that he was forced to write for almost
three hours. When the thoughts stopped flowing, and he examined his notes, he
found they contained a minute description of principles which had not a parallel among the known
dataof the scientific world.
Moreover, the answer to his problem was intelligently presented in those notes. In
this manner Dr. Gates completed over 200 patents, which had been begun, but
not completed, by "half-baked" brains. Evidence of the truth
of this statement is in the United States Patent Office.
Dr. Gates earned his living by
"sitting for ideas" for individuals and corporations. Some of the largest corporations in America paid him
substantial fees, by the hour, for "sitting for ideas."
The reasoning faculty is often
The reasoning faculty is often faulty, because it is largely
guided by one's accumulated experience. Not all knowledge, which one accumulates through "experience," is
accurate. Ideas received through the creative faculty are much more reliable, for the reason
that they come from sources more reliable than any which are available to the reasoning faculty of the
The major difference between the genius and the ordinary "crank" inventor, may be
found in the fact that the genius works through his faculty of creative imagination, while the "crank" knows
nothing of this faculty. The scientific inventor (such as Mr. Edison, and Dr. Gates), makes use of both the
synthetic and the creative faculties of imagination.
For example, the scientific inventor, or "genius, begins an invention by organising
and combining the known ideas, or principles accumulated through experience, through the synthetic faculty (the
reasoning faculty). If he finds this accumulated knowledge to be insufficient for the completion of his invention,
he then draws upon the sources of knowledge available to him through his creative faculty. The method by which he
does this varies with the individual, but this is the sum and substance
of his procedure:
STIMULATING THE MIND SO THAT IT VIBRATES ON A
HIS MIND SO THAT IT VIBRATES ON A HIGHER-THAN-AVERAGE PLANE, using one or more of the ten mind stimulants or some other
stimulant of his choice.
CONCENTRATESupon the known factors (the
finished part) of his invention, and creates in his mind a perfect picture of unknown
factors (the unfinished part), of his invention. He holds this picture in mind until it has been taken over
by the subconscious mind, then relaxes by clearing his mind of ALL thought, and waits for his answer to "flash"
into his mind. Sometimes the results are both definite and immediate. At other times, the results are negative,
depending upon the state of development of the "sixth sense," or creative
faculty.Mr. Edison tried out
more than 10,000 different combinations of ideas through the synthetic faculty of his imagination
before he "tuned in" through thecreative
faculty,andgot the answerwhich perfected the incandescent
His experience was similar when he produced the talking
Creative imagination as the result of the stimulation of
love.There is plenty of reliable evidence that the faculty of creative
imagination exists. This evidence is available through accurate analysis often who have become leaders in their
respective callings, without having had extensive educations. Lincoln was a notable example of a great leader who
achieved greatness, through the discovery, and use of his faculty of creative imagination. He discovered, and began
to use this faculty as the result of the stimulation of love which he experienced after he met Anne Rutledge, a
statement of the highest significance, in connection with the study of the source of
Women who aroused the creative faculties of
pages of history are filled with the records of great leaders whose achievements may be traced directly to
theinfluence of women who aroused the creative faculties of their
minds,through the stimulation of sex
desire.Napoleon Bonaparte was one of these.Napoleon Bonaparte was one of
these.When inspired by his first wife, Josephine, he was
irresistible and invincible. When his "better judgment" or reasoning faculty prompted him to put Josephine aside,
he began to decline. His defeat and St. Helena were not far distant.If
good taste would permit, we might easily mention scores of men, well known to the American people, who climbed to
great heights of achievement under the stimulating influence of their wives, only to drop back to destruction AFTER
money and power went to their heads, and they put aside the old wife for a new
Sex influence, from the right
source, is more powerful than any substitute
Napoleon was not the only man to discover that sex influence, from the right source, is more powerful
than any substitute of expediency, which may be created by mere reason.
The human mind responds to stimulation! Among the greatest and most powerful of these stimuli is the urge
and transmuted, this driving force is capable of lifting men into that higher sphere of thought which
enables them to master the sources of worry and petty annoyance which beset their pathway on the lower
Unfortunately, only the genii have made the discovery. Others have accepted the
experience of sex urge, without discovering one of its major potentialities-a fact which accounts for the great
number of "others" as compared to the limited number of genii.
For the purpose of refreshing the memory, in connection with the facts available from
the biographies of certain men, we here present the names of a few men of outstanding achievement, each of whom was
known to have been of a highly sexed nature. The genius which was theirs, undoubtedly found its source of power in
transmuted sex energy:
RALPH WALDO EMERSON
ELBERT H. GARY
JOHN H. PATTERSON
Your own knowledge of biography will enable you to add to this list. Find, if you
can, a single man, in all history of civilisation, who achieved outstanding success in any calling, who was not
driven by a well developed sex nature.
If you do not wish to rely upon biographies of men not now living,
take inventory of those whom you know to be men of great achievement, and see if you can find one among them
who is not highly sexed.Sex energyis the
creative energy of all genii. There never has been, and never will be a great leader, builder, or artist
lacking in this driving force of sex.
Surely no one will
misunderstand these statements to mean that ALL who are highly sexed are genii! Man attains to the status of a
genius ONLY when, and IF, he stimulates his mind so that it draws upon the forces available, through the creative
faculty of the imagination.
Chief among the stimuli with which this
"stepping up" of the vibrations may be produced is sex energy.
Chief among the stimuli with
which this "stepping up" of thevibrations may be produced is sex
energy.The mere possession of this energy is not sufficient to produce a
genius. The energy must be transmuted from desire for physical contact, into some other form of desire and
action, before it will lift one to the status of a genius. Far
from becoming genii, because of great sex desires, the majority of men lower themselves, through misunderstanding
and misuse of this great force, to the status of the lower animals.