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ARTHUR M. YOUNG
Arthur M. Young, inventor of the Bell helicopter, graduated in mathematics from Princeton University in 1927. His 1930's private research on the helicopter led to patents later assigned to Bell Aircraft who he worked with to develop his invention. In 1973 he and Ruth Forbes Young co-founded the Institute for the Study of Consciousness in Berkeley, California, dedicated to the integration of scientific thought and research into the nature of consciousness. He developed a generalized 'theory of process' which applies in detail equally to physical structures, molecular structures, biological taxonomy, psychology, astrology, mythology and spiritual disciplines. Arthur shares insights on parallels between various dimensional quantities of physics and their astrological and psychological counterparts.
April Fools on Good Friday
A late evening visit with Arthur Young at his home allowed a lively chat which included a simplification of The Theory in order to explain the ideas to a visiting artist.
Architectural and Philosophical Applications for the Reflexive Universe and The Theory of Process
An informative conversation between Martha Senger, head of the Goodman Building Project centering on live/work space for artists and innovators in San Francisco, and Arthur Young. A generous and responsive expression from Arthur provides clarification on many subjects related to his work with geometry, meaning, architecture, science and philosophy in general.
Are Scientists Fundamentalists?
Arthur Young Day at the Philosophical Research Society
Obadiah Harris Ph.D., President of the Philosophical Research Society, founded by Manley P. Hall, opened a full day of appreciating the work of Arthur Young, through the interpretations and applications of Jeffrey Mishlove Ph.D., Saul-Paul Sirag, Bob Whitehouse Ph.D., Roger Callahan, Ph.D. and Foster Gamble. Ruth Forbes Young addressed the gathering and participated in the days activities. Remembering Arthur Young(1905-1995) was presented by Harris, Mishlove, Sirag, Young and video of Arthurs Reflexive Universe. The afternoon workshops were organized around Whitehouse: A Psychology of the Heart, Callahan: Transcending Phobia, anxiety and Addiction, and Gamble: Peak Performance Training—Mind-Body energy transformation and conflict resolution. The location of The Philosophical Research Society is 3910 Los Feliz Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90027 (213)663-2167.
Astrological Sources of Process Theory
Bridge to the Higher
Causality, Determinism & Eddington
Comparing the Theory of Process and Theosophy
Critical parts of Arthur Young's theory of Process, as described in the Reflexive Universe and The Geometry of Meaning, were derived from the Theosophical tradition. Institute founder Arthur Young will discuss where his ideas converge and where they differ from those of Besant, Leadbeater, Blavatsky et al.
Determinism and Free Will
Discussion of the Billy Meyer Works
Energy, Time and Timing
Recorded at the Institute for the Study of Consciousness. TRT: 1:49
Evolution—The Great Chain of Being
Friends of Arthur Share Memories of Arthur Young
The memorial afternoon in Berkeley for Arthur M. Young was a beautiful event with many dignitaries speaking about their affection and appreciation for Arthurs work and life. Those who are interested by the intellectual salon society that surrounded the Youngs and his general fans will want to include this uplifting experience in their collection.
Fun with Astrology
"Fun with Astrology" fits into many categories. There are many chalkboard drawings and therefore the video might be more helpful than the audio. An Astrologer or Arthur fan can get a lot out of the audio tape as well.
Has There Ever Really Been a Paradigm Shift?
recorded at the Institute for the Study of Consciousness, 2/24/94.
Introducing Arthur S. Eddington
In an appendix to Arthur Young's Reflexive Universe is a challenging section from Eddington's Fundamental Theory--the book no one claims to understand entirely, least of all Joan Schleicher! However, in her attempt to do so, she discovered some intriguing facts about the life and work of Eddington. He was a truly remarkable man whose efforts to unite his research as a scientist and his spiritual awareness are unsurpassed. Joan Schleicher, a founding board member of the Institute, discussed ideas about why Eddington has been ignored by current theoretical physics and why his work is a forerunner to Young's theory of process. Arthur Young dialogued with Joan and created an informative and enthusiastic response in all the participants. A great show in the fun of physics.
Introduction to The Reflexive Universe
This is an informal biographical dialogue allowing the listener to follow Arthur Young's personal, educational and philosophical path from the early days dealing with science and invention to his current interest in presenting The Reflexive Universe and the Theory of Process.
Mathematics, Physics & Reality
Arthur M. Young, inventor of the Bell helicopter, graduated in mathematics from Princeton University in 1927. In the thirties he engaged in private research on the helicopter, and in 1941 he assigned his patents to Bell Aircraft and worked with this firm to develop his invention. In 1973 he established the Institute for the Study of Consciousness in Berkeley, California, dedicated to the integration of scientific thought and research into the nature of consciousness.
Morality (w/ comments on Torqueless Gear)
Recorded at the Institute for the Study of Consciousness. Edited from two tapes to one cassette.
When a smarty talks about education, listen.
Order, Disorder and Chaos
Order, Disorder and Creation in the Universe
Audio master is missing, 1/6/00.
Origin of the Theory
Physics and The Theory of Consciousness
Possibilities For The Future of The Theory
Recent Findings in Astrology
Day by day Arthur is finding more facts about coinciding dates between the the astrological data and his life records.
Reductionism, Atoms & Physics
Setting The Stage For Evolution
Here is a casual, one camera capture, at home in the Institute video, beginning with Arthur stating his disenchantment with Samjasse of the Billy Meier material. To Arthur's dismay, Samjasse could not explain how the Pleidean star ships worked. Arthur continued to explain that he was more interested in how the ships work then actually going anywhere in one. That becomes the launching pad for careful demonstrations, with board work, about how the helicopter was engineered to fly, which continued into a full evening of Arthur teaching his Theory of Process. The viewer is in the front row seat experiencing a typical night of Arthur Young teaching a mixed knowledged crowd his favorite things, patiently, humorously, and tirelessly. Anyone studying Arthur's work should see it. Brian writes: Go Arthur, this tape sums it up! This is sum-where between a trance and a dance or maybe sum-where over the rainbow. Living on the Spaceship Earth we are all hardwired to have this drive on sum level where two + two equals fourness.
The Appeal of Astrology
Faustin interviews. Why do perfectly scientific minds turn to astrology?
The Brain Scale of Dr. Brunler
In the Brain Scale of Dr. Brunler, Arthur M. Young examines the attempt of Oscar Brunler to measure and assess brain radiation. Considered by many as a possible means of ascertaining the evolution—or age—of the soul, brain radiation has fascinated countless women and men and is currently the subject of serious research throughout the world. Acknowledging obvious doubt of Brunlers use of pendulum, Young deftly points out the importance of Brunlers ideas and efforts.
The Cloud of Unknowing
The Delights of Astrology
The second tape is short, hence the reduced price...if you want to know why Arthur is so enchanted with astrology, this presents a good perspective on the question.
The Difficulty with the Theory of Process
The First Day of the Rest of Your Life Talk
The Gee Whiz Years
The search that took the inventor of the Bell helicopter and the founder of the Peace Academy on an international adventure that culminated in the beginning of the Institute for the Study of Consciousness.
The Geometry of Meaning
Ruth Young introduces The Geometry of Meaning. Arthur explains how the four functions of Jung, the four directions, the four phases of the learning cycle, the four derivatives and other measure formulae of science all fit into a totality which was recognized by ancient thought in the signs of the zodiac; he shows how geometry can be the basis for a science of meaning.
THE GRID: Fundamentals of Arthur Youngs Theory Of Process
HUMMUX, PhD physicist, is a long time student and teacher of Arthur Youngs Theories. In this Tesla Society lecture, he continues his lucid exposition of Arthur Youngs Theory Of Process begun in his 1994 lecture at the Institute for the Study of Consciousness: The Esselen 4-Direction Mandala and the Theory Of Process (V147-94). Lots of View Graphs.
The Interview Tapes on the Theory
These tapes can also be purchased individually. Faustin interviews, Brian records. Introduction to the Reflexive Universe.
The Intransigence of Higher Beings
The Meaning of Mythology
Recorded 12/2/93. Were myths created intuitively, were they taught to us by superior beings or are they our own species' attempt at preserving an historical record? Why do so many cultures share the same basic mythology? Or why do their myths differ?
The Origin of Consciousness
The Reflexive Universe
Arthur M. Young, inventor of the Bell helicopter, graduated in mathematics from Princeton University in 1927. In the thirties he engaged in private research on the helicopter, and in 1941 he assigned his patents to Bell Aircraft and worked with this firm to develop his invention. In 1973 he established the Institute for the Study of Consciousness in Berkeley, California, dedicated to the integration of scientific thought and research into the nature of consciousness. Introduction to the Reflexive Universe is an informal biographical dialogue allowing the listener to follow Arthur Young's personal, educational and philosophical path from the early days dealing with science and invention to his current interest in presenting the Reflexive Universe Paradigm.
The Reflexive Universe. Evolution of Consciousness.
The Relation of Soul & Science
The Self and the Universe
The Sexual Parts of Physics
Institute founder Arthur Young begins his monthly excursions into the unknown with a discussion of the "Electrical Rosetta Stone."
The Theory of Process and The Evolution of Consciousness
The last recording that was made of Arthur discussing his Theory of Process. Huston Smith, Creon Levit, Chris Paine, and Faustin Bray participate in conversation during a last elegant clarification of "The Theory". Here is an example of inspiring effort and extremely rewarding results for everyone present and future.
Theory of the Reflexive Universe
Arthur describes the Theory as a universal organizational paradigm. The Arc of four levels and seven stages, the Grid using the animal kingdom as example, the Torus model, and human evolution are briefly covered in a 90 minute audio tape.
Toward a Science of Spirit
Vignettes from Downingtown
Ruth opens the tape with a statement of her desire to have Arthurs work go on and spread through all levels of the educational needs of society. Arhtur describes his helicopter rotor dynamics and and we see him in the barn working on the model then later flying it in the yard. Life in the summer with Arthur and Ruth with little snipets of his theory. As small compilation for those who would like to see where the big ideas come from.
What About God? Is Anyone Minding The Store?
What Is Reality?
With a title like that, you should ask?
What is Your Criteria for Truth?
Arthur enumerates the quality of sevenness as it relates to nature and to the human experience. The idea of the Torus is expanded to philosophy and ultimately ties in with the seven stages and to the Reflexive Universe. 60 minutes.
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