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grimstock 23-02-2019 08:47 PM

Orgone Energy: The Greatest Discovery SUPPRESSED by the FDA
Orgone Energy: The Greatest Discovery SUPPRESSED by the FDA

"The Orgone Accumulator is the most important single discovery in the history of medicine, bar none." - Theodore P. Wolfe, M.D.

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grimstock 23-02-2019 08:50 PM

Wilhelm Reich (1897 - 1957) discovered a form of energy that he called "orgone" and asserted that this energy -- which had either been mystified through the ages or rejected outright by modern-day scientists -- could be found within all living things and throughout the cosmos. Reich entered the University of Vienna medical school in 1918 where he as drawn to the work of Sigmund Freud. He quickly became highly respected as a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst.

Reich had a strong impact on Freud, and Freud allowed him to start seeing analytic patients in 1920, when only twenty-three years old, the same year Reich was accepted as a member of the Vienna Psychoanalytic Association. Just a few years later, in 1922, he began his private practice, and became an assistant -- and shortly thereafter the deputy director -- of Freud's Psychoanalytic Polyclinic.

His close relationship with Freud cooled and a rift developed between Reich and the psychoanalytic establishment. This was due, in part, to Reich’s interest in matters outside the strict discipline of psychoanalysis. Reich had become a controversial figure, having placed himself outside the “establishment,” and his original thinking and differing views would keep him outside until his death.

Reich was a remarkably prolific writer, with fifteen books and many other publications to his credit. His Character Analysis, published in 1933, was ground-breaking, as it postulated that a person's overall character, rather than only their symptoms, should be considered when diagnosing and analyzing neurosis. Importantly, it was Character Analysis that introduced the theory of “armoring" where Reich argues that blocked psychosexual energy produces not only emotional illness, but also physical diseases. Reich would continue to hold to his assertion that a healthy sex life is crucial to over-all well being.

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