BELL NOTES: FROM PHYSICS TO METAPHYSICS - DIARY SPIRITUALITY INVENTIONS PSYCHIC
THE BELL NOTES: A JOURNEY FROM PHYSICS TO METAPHYSICS
Book Details + Condition: Delacorte Press / Seymour Lawrence (New York). Stated First Printing, 1979. Hardcover with dust jacket. 205 pages, with Index. Illustrated. From the jacket: The Bell Notes is a diary kept by the noted inventor, Arthur M. Young, in the period 1945-1947 during which his helicopter, Bell Model 47, was awarded the world's first commercial helicopter license. At the same time, Arthur was already engaged in a new quest, a spiritual one rather than a technological one. It 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 several volumes from which the most significant and inspiring entries have been gathered into the present book. Arthur Young is one of the principal pioneers in the study of consciousness and his quest for the "psycopter" or winged self, is one of the great spiritual journeys of our time. Firm binding; owner sticker and embossed stamp to title page; interior is clean and free of markings. Dust jacket shows normal aging and wear, mainly at edges.