Does anyone know of what Wallace Wattles died of? Thank you Elaine Wallace Wattles cause of death seems to be unkown by most people, he died at the age of The reason for this was his bad diet, he did not eat breakfast, he then suggested in the evening to eat a large meaty meal with a desert. His dieting was all wrong, he was educated in philosophy and religion but when he came to dieting, he really did have no idea at all. But obviously lack of food is much better than overeating, what we do these times.
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Does anyone know of what Wallace Wattles died of? Thank you Elaine Wallace Wattles cause of death seems to be unkown by most people, he died at the age of The reason for this was his bad diet, he did not eat breakfast, he then suggested in the evening to eat a large meaty meal with a desert. His dieting was all wrong, he was educated in philosophy and religion but when he came to dieting, he really did have no idea at all.
But obviously lack of food is much better than overeating, what we do these times. Knowledge also available for free. You can check this out on wikipedia, but the avarage life expectancy was So this line expanded as far as medicine and basic knowledge of hygiene.
What Wallace had written back then about nutrition is simple and true. It is enough to read his book "Science of being well" and read it with understanding. To wit: "He personally "tested" the principles he describes in his book and they worked, as although he had lived most of his life in poverty, in his later years became rich.
I have personally read hundreds of testimonials that confirm that his methods are in fact time tested. You see, this author was more of a management consultant or applied psychologist as compared to a metaphysical writer.
The article does not do his writings justice. This article is below biased and less than neutral In any event, his books are free online and there is nothing to promote except free knowledge. Otherwise, because it is a copyright violation, it is likely to be removed from Wikipedia. We still have not found the cause of death see above , but the piece is at least not an embarrassment to wikipedia anymore. Can someone let me know if the following link is approved?
Also see our conflict-of-interest policy. It seems to be an online article. Perhaps we should reconsider it? Please help improve the articles instead of destroying them. Your edits have been in continuing gross violation of it. Now, can we discuss the article? I was hoping you could tell us what you found offensive in this article. Please discuss. It is also most probably a self-fulfilling prophesy, and thus largely meaningless. The Letter states:  My dear Mrs. Towne, Your letter of the 14th received He met George D.
I shall never forget the morning he came home. It was Christmas. Finally Father came home. With that beautiful smile he praised the tree, said the cuff box was just what he had been wanting — and took us all in his arms to tell us of the wonderful, social message of Jesus. When we came to Elwood Indiana three years ago, Father began a Sunday night lectureship in Indianapolis. This was our only source of income. Later he began to write for Nautilius to word out his philosophy.
He wrote almost constantly. Then it was that he formed his mental picture. Of the purported "influences", the only one it mentions is George Davis Herron. Even for this, the article would need another source for details of who Herron was. We should therefore consider this letter to be prima facie authentic. Hrafn Talk Stalk , 17 August UTC [Clarification for my legalese -- prima facie means that at first glance its authentic, but that this presumption may later be rebutted by new evidence. Tere is a far better transcription -- real English, complete paragraphs, a statement that these are "excerpts" and not the entire letter -- at the wwwhubs.
You have previously deleted that source from the article, repeatedly. Now you substitute a blog for it. Please read the wwwhubs. Here it is: My dear Mrs. Towne, Your letter of the 14th received. Mother had put her last dollar into a cuff box and we had placed it beneath an evergreen branch which served for our Christmas tree and which we had illuminated with tallow candles and strung with popcorn.
Finally Father came. With that beautiful smile he praised the tree, said the cuff box was just what he had been wanting - and took us all in his arms to tell us of the wonderful social message of Jesus, the message which he later embodied in "A New Christ.
For years his life was cursed by poverty and the fear of poverty. He was always scheming and planning to get for his family those things which make the abundant life possible. When we came to Elwood Indiana three years ago, Father began a Sunday night lectureship inn Indianapolis.
Later he began to write for Nautilus and to word out his own philosophy. He saw himself as a successful writer, a personality of power, an advancing man, and he began to work toward the realization of this vision.
He lived every page of "How to be a Genius. I have written this hurriedly, but I think it will give you an idea of the life struggle of a great man - his failure and success.
Those inane one-sentence paragaphs you transcribed look dreadful -- and were never in the original. This is why unverifiable information should be deleted. This is why the onus is on the re introducing author to provide sufficient information where the material comes from to allow verification. This is why any unsourced material not just "objectionable" or "controversial" material can and sooner or later should be challenged -- to make certain that it is in fact verifiable, and not simply something that some editor back at the dawn of wikipedia thought that they had seen on some blog or website somewhere, so decided to include.
Hrafn Talk Stalk , 17 August UTC All cite requests filled[ edit ] All cite requests have been filled except one, for which the text was deleted. More citations have been added. There are no cite tags left, and no peacock words to the best of my understanding -- so i have taken down the notice at the top of the page. I would like to add that at least two of the cite tags were ill-considered, as they simply asked for a citation for something quoted directly after them, in the next sentence.
This is not helpful to Wikipedia. Citing this took only a few seconds longer than cite-tagging it. No, the statement "Wattles was associated with the Chicago-based school of New Thought that centered around the teachings of Emma Curtis Hopkins. Through his personal study and experimentation he claimed to have discovered the truth of New Thought principles and put them into practice in his own life and wrote books outlining these principles.
If you want it back in, you have to find a source for it. It was thus you who was being "lazy" by expecting someone else to do it for you. My objective was not "destroying" the article as your absurd histrionics described it, but in removing unsourced and at times fallacious pseudoinformation, as required by core wikipedia policy. I have largely achieved that purpose. Perhaps I am just fortunate, but I have never run across an editor that wields Wikipedia guidelines in an attempt to delete articles in a back door run-around.
What really floors me is that you seem to be proud of your attitude and contentious editing style and are able to deny, with an apparently straight face, that you have no anti-spirituality agenda. For example, you slapped Peter van Pels with similar templates 3 months ago -- at the same time as Wallace Wattles here -- but have not moved to attack that article, despite the complete lack of references there. Try to tone down the rhetoric and help, instead of destroying. If you want me to "tone down the rhetoric" then kindly stop the unsubstantiated attacks, accusations and demands.
But wait, you just ratcheted up the rhetoric by yet another series of accusations on the strength of wild speculation. As far as my removal of unsourced material, read this: "I can NOT emphasize this enough.
It should be removed, aggressively, unless it can be sourced. Nobody likes it when their own sacred cow of an unsourced article gets threatened and each thinks its a conspiracy aimed just at them. So this is what is going to happen: I am going to continue to tag unsourced material. If you want to break this pattern, then stop ignoring tags on material that you care about. It actually makes no difference whether your absurd "anti-spirituality agenda" conspiracy theory is true or not.
Following your requests, unless backed they are backed by policy, relies on goodwill. Guess how much goodwill your recent edit-warring and accusations have earned. Hrafn Talk Stalk , 20 August UTC All new cite requests cheerfully filled[ edit ] Hrafn has added more cite requests, and these have been happily fulfilled. This article relies almost exclusvely on primary sources, and particularly primary sources closely associated with the topic.
Hrafn Talk Stalk , 21 August UTC I also support removal of the primary sources tag, since more than half the cited references are not primary.
Thanks, Madman talk , 21 August UTC The relevant standard is not the number of sources, but the amount of material sourced to them. A pioneer success writer, he remains personally somewhat obscure, but his writing has been widely quoted and remains in print in the New Thought and self-help movements.
Wallace is listed as being born in Illinois while his parents are listed as born in New York. No other siblings are recorded as living with the family. Through his personal study and experimentation he claimed to have discovered the truth of New Thought principles and put them into practice in his own life and wrote books outlining these principles, giving them titles that described their content, such as Health Through New Thought and Fasting and The Science of Being Great.
His faughter Florence recalled that "He lived every page" of his books.
A thought in this substance produces the thing that is imaged by the thought. Man can form things in his thought, and by impressing his thought upon formless substance can cause the thing he thinks about to be created. In order to do this, man must pass from the competitive to the creative mind; otherwise he cannot be in harmony with the Formless Intelligence, which is always creative and never competitive in spirit. Man may come into full harmony with the Formless Substance by entertaining a lively and sincere gratitude for the blessings it bestows upon him. Man can remain upon the creative plane only by uniting himself with the Formless Intelligence through a deep and continuous feeling of gratitude. Man must form a clear and definite mental image of the things he wishes to have, to do, or to become; and he must hold this mental image in his thoughts, while being deeply grateful to the Supreme that all his desires are granted to him. The man who wishes to get rich must spend his leisure hours in contemplating his Vision, and in earnest thanksgiving that the reality is being given to him.
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