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  1. Peter Nasselstein Says:

    Der Reich-Film von Kevn Hinchey hat im Januar oder Februar Premiere in New York!

  2. Peter Nasselstein Says:

    Annals of the Institute for Orgonomic Science, Vols. 1 & 2 now available for free pdf download:

    Due to the efforts of IOS member Stergios Tsiormpatzis, we now have high quality pdf copies of Annals back issues Vol. 1 through 10.
    These issues contain both valuable orgonomic clinical reports, and some of the best experimental scientific studies in
    orgonomic biology and physics.

    We are making these issues available for free download by interested readers worldwide in an effort to encourage the
    continued growth of high quality work in both clinical and scientific orgonomy.

    Thus far, we have posted Vols. 1 and 2 at the following webpage. We plan to post Vols. 3 through 10 on this same page
    in the coming months. Vols. 1 and 2 includes reports of a landmark study documenting the effects of both the orgone
    energy accumulator and the Reich DOR-Buster on wound healing in mice.

    http://www.orgonomicscience.org/annals-back-issues-free-downloads/

    Hardcopies of those back issues that are still in print are still for sale here for those who want hardcopies for their personal libraries:

    http://www.orgonomicscience.org/annals-back-issues-print/

    Annals of the Institute for Orgonomic Science, Vol. 1, No. 1,
    September 1984

    Scientific Articles:

    “The Reich Blood Test: 105 Cases,” by C.F. Baker, B. S. Braid, R.A. Dew, and L. Lance, pp. 1-11.
    In this paper the authors present qualitative and quantitative features of the Reich blood tests in health and disease from a sample population of 105 cases. The microscopic appearance of red blood cells in various inflammatory diseases, lymphomas and benign and malignant tumors are described, as well as the preliminary findings from tests during normal pregnancy, and testing of infants and children. The statistical results of quantitative measurements are presented, including normal limits and the 1% disintegration time, scaling of the GMA (gross, microscopic & autoclave) observations, and error assessment. The data allows a clearer understanding of energetic health and rapid shifting phenomena in biopathic disease.

    “Wound Healing in Mice, Part I,” by C.F. Baker, R.A. Dew, M. Ganz, and L. Lance, pp. 12-23.
    This paper is the first of a two-part series that summarizes seven years of experiments on the effects of orgonotic devices on wound healing in mice. In this Part I, basic features of wound healing as found in the medical literature are reviewed, and findings on the normal (untreated) wound healing process in mice are reported. This report includes a detailed description of methodology and technique, and new findings regarding the phases of wound healing, pulsation of wound size, the relationship of wound size to healing rate, and seasonal variations in wound healing.

    “Bion Migration,” by C. F. Baker and R. A. Dew, pp. 24-32.
    Reich was the first to observe that bions would migrate when a small electrical current was applied to a suspension of bions. In this paper, preliminary findings on the characteristics of bion migration under carefully controlled conditions are reported, including descriptions of methodology, technical apparatus, and representative bion behavior (shown graphically). The non-mechanical nature of the phenomena is demonstrated, as well as new characteristics not described by Reich. In particular, the authors found migration velocity to be proportional to current; and a “fatigue” of velocity with time; exponential decay of charge; and increase of charge after autoclavation were noted.

    Clinical Reports:

    “A Case of Dysphonia,” by B. S. Braid, pp. 33-36.
    The author describes the results of a brief 23 session treatment of a patient presenting with dysphonia.

    “First Do No Harm,” by M. Ganz, pp. 37-41.
    The author describes characteristics of 5 patients who had previously been treated by poorly trained and unqualified therapists.

    Clinical Symposia:

    “The Ocular Segment, Part I,” pp. 43-49.
    This is the first part of the transcript of a discussion by nine orgone therapists of the ocular armor segment in orgone therapy.

    The Amateur Scientist in Orgonomy:

    “Basic Bion Experiments,” by P. S. Burlingame, pp. 53-59.
    The purpose of this column is to encourage “hands on” experience with aspects of Reich’s biological and physical laboratory findings by those with limited means or access to sophisticated equipment. This installment describes the preparation and observation of earth bions under different conditions. Experiments with incandescent carbon and sand bions are also described.

    Annals of the Institute for Orgonomic Science, Vol. 2, No. 1,
    September 1985

    Scientific Articles:

    “The Reich Blood Test: Clinical Correlation” by C.F. Baker, B. S. Braid, R.A. Dew, and L. Lance, pp. 1-6.
    This report correlates numerical indices of the Reich blood tests with a number of disease states and several normal conditions. The former range from benign tumors and dysplasia to ulcerative colitis, inflammatory diseases, lymphomas and carcinomas. Typical test results are given, illustrating change as the disease progresses or with various treatment regimes. Included is a discussion of the GMA scale and delta-49 as early, sensitive indicators of pathology.

    “Wound Healing in Mice, Part II,” by C.F. Baker, R.A. Dew, M. Ganz, and L. Lance, pp. 7-24.
    In this paper, the results of seven years of experiments using orgonotic devices to influence the rate of would-healing in mice are presented. The findings demonstrate that the healing rate was regularly increased by both the orgone energy accumulator and the medical DOR-buster. The results were statistically significant at the level of p < 0.002 or better. Included is a discussion of the methodology and the development of various device modifications and their relative effectiveness, as well as seasonal patterns in the action of the devices. This study represents one of the first statistically rigorous demonstrations of the biological activity of orgone energy devices.

    “Atmospheric Pulsation: Air and Water,” by C. F. Baker, pp. 25-32.
    In this paper, the results of several different techniques for measuring pulsation of the atmospheric orgone energy using the electroscope and the orgone energy accumulator temperature difference are presented along with confirmatory findings from the wound healing experiment. The data was consistent in finding an antithesis between the movement of energy between air and water, demonstrated both in the atmosphere and by various experimental devices such as the orgone energy accumulator and the medical DOR-buster.

    Clinical Reports:

    “The Mystique of Health,” by C.F. Baker & L. Lance, pp. 33-37.
    The authors discuss the tendency of many patients in orgone therapy to form a mystical idealized view of health, which they then project onto their therapists. They discuss ways of addressing this problem in therapy.

    “How Fantasy Robs the Genital: A Case History,” by M. Ganz, pp. 38-44.
    The author describes the successful treatment of a 33 year old male patient suffering from erectile impotence who was only able to obtain limited genital feeling via a sadistic sexual fantasy.

    Clinical Symposia:

    “The Ocular Segment, Part II,” pp. 45-54.
    This is the second part of the transcript of a discussion by eleven orgone therapists of the ocular armor segment in orgone therapy.

    The Amateur Scientist in Orgonomy:

    “A Home-Made Electroscope,” by P. S. Burlingame, pp. 53-59.
    The purpose of this column is to encourage “hands on” experience with aspects of Reich’s biological and physical laboratory findings by those with limited means or access to sophisticated equipment. This installment describes how to make a gold leaf electroscope housed in a glass jar, and its use in studying the diurnal variation in electroscopic discharge rate, and the effect of relative humidity and weather states on the discharge rate. Both classical and orgonomic theoretical explanations of electroscope functioning are also discussed.

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