Itzhak Bentov

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Itzhak Bentov
Born Itzhak Emery Bentov
9 August 1923(1923-08-09)
Humenné, Czechoslovakia
Died 25 May 1979 (55)
Des Plaines, Illinois — crash of American Airlines Flight 191
Nationality American, Israeli

Itzhak Bentov (Ben-Tov) (Hebrew: יצחק בנטוב‎; August 9, 1923 - May 25, 1979) was a Czechoslovakian-born Israeli-American scientist and mystic, noted as the co-founder of Medi-Tech (acquired by Boston Scientific) and for his invention of the steerable cardiac catheter, in addition to his work in consciousness research.

Selected Bibliography

  • Bentov, Itzhak (1977), Stalking the Wild Pendulum: On the Mechanics of Consciousness, New York: E. P. Dutton 
  • Bentov, Itzhak; Bentov, Mirtala (1982), A Cosmic Book on the Mechanics of Creation, New York: E. P. Dutton