Secret of the Ages - Part VIII, Chapter 30 Summary & Analysis

Robert Collier (author)
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Part VIII, Chapter 30 Summary and Analysis

Chapter Thirty, Part Eight covers the principles in Pelton's The Creed of the Conquering Chief.

Chapter 30 is written by Albert Lewis Pelton (introduced in Chapter 29) and is taken from his book of the same title, The Creed of the Conquering Chief, which he wrote. Collier includes Pelton's words because they reiterate and solidify his position and theme with an external corroboration.

Pelton speaks of his research into the Science of mental power and focuses on Genius. He defines Genius as a name or grouping applied to men who exhibit great and rare qualities of mind-power. Genius is the highest form of creation, and ultimately it is Mind Power turned into Action. Pelton observes that much of mankind is not challenging their brain and as a result are living a blighted life. Pelton supports Collier's theory that the...

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