CategoriesSpiritual Growth and InspirationSpiritual Biography and Autobiography Bell Notes: A Journey from Physics to Metaphysics

Bell Notes: A Journey from Physics to Metaphysics

Product no.: 0-9609850-4-2
A powerful and curious mind explores mysticism - and really works at it - and at the same time stays in the active, dynamic Western world...

Product is in stock

Additional product information

Publisher's Synopsis
The Bell Notes is a diary kept by the noted inventor and author of The Reflective Universe, Arthur M. Young. During the period from 1945 to 1947 when his helicopter, Bell Model 47, was perfected and awarded the world's first commercial helicopter license, he was already engaged in a new quest. This was to be spiritual rather than a technological one, and would lead him through Eastern philosophy, Jungian dream analysis, parapsychology and yoga. these explorations, as well as the day-to-day work on the helicopter, were recorded in a journal... his quest for the "psycopter" or winged self, is one of the great spiritual journeys of our time.

Arthur Young was a mathematician and an engineer, a practical man who knew how, in the Yankee tradition of know-how, and as such was the most significant single figure in the development of the Bell helicopter. He was also a top-flight astrologer, a delver into myths and dreams, a long-term investigator of PSI phenomena but, more importantly, the elaborator of what may be the first theory that unifies consciousness, physics and the life sciences: the Theory of Process, described in his two volume work, The Reflexive Universe and The Geometry of Meaning.

Author Young, Arthur M.
Book Type Trade Paperback
Page Count 205 pp.
Publisher Roberts Briggs Associates 1979
Browse these categories as well: Spiritual Biography and Autobiography, Science, Physics and the Unified Field, Metaphysics, Mysticism and Initiation

We also recommend