Bentov is best known for Stalking the Wild Pendulum : On the Mechanics of Consciousness
Itzhak Bentov occasionally told stories of his early days in Israel, but it was only after he died that Muir accidentally learned he had been a member of a top-secret group of scientists called Hemmed, which made weapons for Israel’s War of Independence.
Amazed by this discovery, Muir traveled to Israel to meet her father’s colleagues, a group of idealists–many of them refugees from Europe–who had been summoned by David Ben-Gurion to create weapons for a new nation. With the equivalent of $3,000, these young scientists set up shop in a rooftop shed in Tel Aviv, working day and night, falling asleep at their desks while still holding their pencils.
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