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ISBN:
0960985042
Author:
Arthur M. Young
Language:
English
Publisher:
Robert Briggs Assoc (June 1, 1984)
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For other people named Arthur Young, see Arthur Young .

For other people named Arthur Young, see Arthur Young (disambiguation). This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed Published works. The Bell Notes: A Journey from Physics to Metaphysics, 1979, New York: Delacorte Press, ISBN 0-440-00550-7, reprint ed. 1979, Doubleday

Arthur Young's life-long interest in astrology is used to organize 12 fundamental mathematical descriptions of the world into a meaningful pattern in "The Geometry of Meaning"

Arthur Young's life-long interest in astrology is used to organize 12 fundamental mathematical descriptions of the world into a meaningful pattern in "The Geometry of Meaning". Arthur gives a glimpse into his personal transformations during the development of the Bell 47 in the book titled "The Bell Notes". There are many ways that Young is a Jungian at heart, seeing an intimate connection between his inner consciousness and the phenomenal world about him.

The Bell Notes is a diary kept by Young during the period 1945-1947.

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.

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The Bell Notes is a diary kept by the noted inventor and author of The Reflexive Universe, Author M. Young

The Bell Notes is a diary kept by the noted inventor and author of The Reflexive Universe, Author 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 a spiritual rather then technological one, and would lead him through Eastern philosophy, Jungian dream analysis, parapsychology, and yoga. Arthur Young is one of the principal pioneers of today's concciousness movement, and his quest for the "psycopter," or winged self, is one of the great spiritual journeys of our time. from book's back cover.

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Arthur Middleton Young (November 3, 1905 – May 30, 1995) was an American inventor, helicopter pioneer .

Arthur Middleton Young (November 3, 1905 – May 30, 1995) was an American inventor, helicopter pioneer, cosmologist, philosopher, astrologer and author. Young was the designer of Bell Helicopter's first helicopter, the Model 30, and inventor of the stabilizer bar used on many of Bell's early helicopter designs. After twelve years on his own using the models, he took his results and models to the Bell Aircraft Company in Buffalo, New York, in 1941, and the company agreed to build full-scale prototypes. While war was looming for the USA in late 1941 he was issued the key rotor stabilizer bar (also known as a flybar) patent, assigned it to Bell and moved to Buffalo to work with them.

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  • FEISKO
Awesome book; brilliant man, Arthur M. Young. Very enjoyable to read.
  • Syleazahad
if you are into helicopters the first few chapters are interesting then it gets out there