Wilhelm Reich and Orgone Energy

Wilhelm Reich and Orgone Energy

“I am well aware of the fact that the human race has known about the existence of a universal energy related to life for many ages. However the basic task of natural science consisted in making this energy usable.
This is the sole difference between my work and all preceding knowledge.”

– Wilhelm Reich-

From Orgonics.com

* it fills all space and is everywhere
* it’s mass free and is the primordial, cosmic energy
* it penetrates matter, but at different speeds
* it pulsates and is observable and measurable
* it has a strong affinity and attraction to/by water
* it is accumulated naturally in the living organism by ingesting foods, breathing, and through the
* the mutual attraction and excitation of separate orgonotic systems result in the merging, or superimposition, of the systems; and the emergence of a new system
* orgone energy is negatively entropic: highly charged orgone systems attract lesser charged, which Reich described as the orgonotic potential
* orgone energy is excited by secondary energies such as electromagnetism and nuclear energy
* when it is concentrated, orgone energy often has a blue-to-violet color.

The Function of the Orgone Accumulator

When a person uses an orgone accumulating device, the energy field of the user and the energy field of the device make contact, excite each other, and the two fields luminate, creating an even stronger charge. Since a human being has the higher energy charge, the user attracts and absorbs the energy from the accumulator into every part of their body.

The Connection Between the Mind and Body:
Functional Identity

Orgone energy was originally observed by Wilhelm Reich, MD, a psychoanalyst in the late 1920s, as a bio-electrical charge whose flow within the body could be visibly seen as waves passing through his clinical patients as they were experiencing intense emotional breakthroughs.

How exactly these “waves” were seen is not stated, however since this quote is referenced to a book written by Reich titled: Function of the Orgasm, Discovery of the Life Energy, Vol. 1, maybe we can hazard a few guesses. We also seem to gain a clue as to the origin of Reich’s name for his discovery, Orgone Energy.

Coming from the second generation of psychiatry and psychoanalysis, Reich was influential in the field, early in his career. He grew increasingly controversial as time passed. Some might even say downright prophetic in promoting adolescent sexuality, availability of contraceptives, abortion and divorce, believing that many neuroses had their roots in inhibitions. He sought to remove those inhibitions.

Reich’s obsession with sex possibly stems from the influence of Freud, but takes a radically different turn. In 1920 Reich was implicated in the death of one of his patients, a 19 year old girl he had been also carrying out an illicit affair with, and who died of a suspected illegal abortion which has been suggested was carried out by Reich. In the early 1930’s Reich’s methods begin to resemble certain libertine thinking of the time as shown in the 1994 movie “The Road To Wellville.” Reich developed a method called Vegetotherapy, wherein he asked his patients to disrobe to varying degrees and employed physical contact with those patients. As a result of methods like these he was forced to resign from International Psychoanalytical Association.

In 1939 Reich made his great discovery of Orgone Energy, which he peddled as a cure for cancer, among other things, and finally led to his arrest by the FBI in 1941. Out of prison and no longer able to practice as a psychotherapist, he turned his work toward more esoteric ends, arguing that his discovery of orgone energy was responsible for the colors of the northern lights (it’s not) and that by using a orgone gun…

he could control the weather. Sort of like if you hooked up an adult website to a HAARP facility and started beaming porn into the upper atmosphere.

You can purchase your very own Orgone Accumulator from Orgonics.com, or for the DIYer in the audience they also have kits for between $1600 and $3000, depending on features. Shipping cost not included.

There is no mention of whether they come with an internet connection.

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Henry Paterson