Sunday, June 14, 2009

STOLEN: Outlawed: "Important Medical Discovery" ... But Why?

Over many years, Dr. Wilhelm Reich's work and findings on the orgone energy, or life-energy, have been subjected to careful scientific scrutiny and evaluation. This video gives a short introduction, and provides reference books and websites by which the interested viewer can obtain facts and accurate information.

One of my mentors and personal physician, Dr. Lee Cowden, who manages the IntegraMed Academy, has seen a small Orgone Accumulator completely resolve the inflammation of a wrist sprain injury in about 10 minutes, even though the pain and swelling had persisted unabated for three days prior to the treatment.


Dr. Mercola's Comments:

The story of Dr. Wilhelm Reich and his discovery of orgone is part of the censored science of the 20th century that has been expunged from textbooks, and about which conventional media refuses to accurately report.

Dr. Reich’s Discovery of Orgone

In 1940, Dr. Reich, an Austrian immigrant, made the scientific discovery of a previously unknown energy existing in the atmosphere, in space, and within all living organisms.

He called it orgone, which is synonymous with “life energy.”

He observed that the orgone energy charge in the human biosystem was expressed in emotion, sexuality, and could be measured bioelectrically. Through a number of experiments, he showed that a person’s overall vitality and aliveness was a function of human and atmospheric orgone charges and pulsations, and that physical vitality could be increased by sitting inside a so-called orgone accumulator.

He also discovered that the orgone charge of your tissues is a fundamental part of your immune system. People were able to significantly boost their immune function by sitting in Dr. Reich’s orgone accumulator for approximately 30 minutes a day for several days.

The results were so incredible, in fact, that Dr. Theodore Wolfe, a pioneer in psychosomatic medicine, referred to the orgone accumulator as “the most important single discovery in the history of medicine, bar none.”

[Read rest of article @ Dr. Mercola's website]

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Ole Blue The Heretic said...

I read your post last night but was too tired to make a coherent comment.

The science and medicine fields have always been hostile towards those who are on the cutting edge of discovery.

Read "William Reich in Hell" by Anton Wilson.

Bonez said...

Ole Blue ~ I don't know that I would use Robert Anton Wilson as a credible source (big grin), though, his Illuminatus trilogy was quite an interesting work ... of fiction. Yes, once Medicine considered itself more a science than a magic it lost some of its fun. They got way too much into the Cure and forgot about the Healing.