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  1. Orgone accumulator While orgone was dismissed by the scientific establishment, it became the in-thing with America’s avant-garde subculture. All the radical literary figures of the day – Norman Mailer, J.D. Salinger, Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac, William S. Burroughs – became enthusiastic devotees of the orgone accumulator.
  2. Since orgone is the same energy that is in the bodies of all living organisms, the accumulator has the effect of increasing the body energy of the user-- increasing the natural charge of the user's tissue and blood—thus strengthening the user's resistance to disease.
  3. Orgone accumulator devices are experimental; they are not medical devices, and not a substitute for professional medical care. If you have a medical condition, please consult a health care professional.
  4. The orgone accumulator is an ordinary box big enough for a man to sit inside on a chair: a layer of wood, a layer of metal, and another layer of wood gather in orgones from the atmosphere and hold them captive long enough for the human body to absorb more than a usual share.
  5. Reich constructed the first orgone accumulator, also known as an ORAC. It consisted of alternating layers of organic and inorganic material (in chemistry, “organic” refers to any carbon-based material). It was intended to produce a strong concentration of positive orgone energy, which would have a .
  6. Nov 05,  · Orgone, so its proponents claim, is the energy of life, expressed in the human body in concentrated form by orgasm. Its existence was postulated in the s by Wilhelm Reich, Sigmund Freud’s most brilliant student, who believed this life force circulated through the human body as well as nature and the universe itself.
  7. Dec 25,  · The Orgone Accumulator is the best stuff Humanity has ever had to get rid of all the degenerative illnesses that affected its members and to grow organic food rapidly and safely thanks to the genius of Wilhelm Reich/5(90).
  8. Orgone Accumulator Building Plans Wilhelm Reich vs. the U.S.A. by Jerome Greenfield; W. W. Norton & Company Inc.; New York, first edition pp. - appendix 10 (published at PORE with permission of author, Jerome Greenfield, (March ) Jerry Greenfield was planning to republish this book with some updated information but he passed away before this was finalized.

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