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The Bell Notes: A Journey from Physics to Metaphysics (New)
by Young, Arthur M.
Publisher: Thinking Allowed
Book ID: 9781892160027, 1892160021
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Arthur Young began private research on the helicopter in 1929. with the beginning of World War II he assigned his patents to Bell Aircraft and worked to develop and design the famous Bell Model 47, the first helicopter in the world to be awarded a commercial license. In 1984 the Model 47 was put on permanent exhibition in the Museum of Modern Art in New York. The Bell Notes is a diary kept by Young during the period 1945-1947. At this time he had begun a different, larger quest, a quest for the "psychopter" or the winged self. This was to be a spiritual rather than a technological struggle, one that would lead 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 several volumes from which the most significant and inspiring entries have been gathered into the present book.
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