Just been rewatching the Star Wars series and was struck by how similar the Jedi concepts are to both Orgonomy and Mesmerism
Firstly, the life-force science of orgonomy -
"The force is an energy field created by all living things, it surrounds us, it penetrates us, it binds the galaxy together" - Obi-Wan to Luke
Orgone (or life force) 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 skin (definition lifted from orgonics.com).
Also in Star Wars the Jedi can hypnotise someone against their will (not usually possible with modern 'pasteurised' hypnotism but very possible with the more powerful Mesmerism). Mesmer also spoke of a life force, a universal 'fluid' which had a biological 'magnetism'.
Science has been pulling the wool over people's eyes since the 1700s by doing everything in its power to persuade people the 'force' does not exist (mostly by lying). The evidence against Mesmer's fluid for instance is a crock of sh*t by the way yet many take it as gospel that Mesmer was soundly disproved. One of Mesmer's students used non-verbal, non-suggestion, magnetic mesemerism to perform literally hundreds of operations in India without analgesia with no problems (Dr Esdaile). Also animals and children are quite open to it so its effects cannot easily be put down to mere suggestion. The original experiments against Mesmer were pretty dodgy and didn't even involve Mesmer himself.
Icke says of George Lucas that he has much insider information, that seems probable to me. Lucas knows too much to be guessing. Star Wars also mentions tiny vesicles in the blood of the Jedi called cloridians? that help give them their power. Reich discovered a tiny vesicle called the bion which carries life-force charge throughout the body. That's some coincidence isn't it? Also the way the writing at the beginning of each film (A Long Time Ago in a Galaxy Far, Far Away), is that a way of misleading people? The Vedas mention wars between 'sky peoples' in the past, right here. Also i think I had a crush on Princess Leia :-)
PS here is a very good rebuttal of the slanders against Wilhelm Reich (my study is quoted I was pleased to see though they got the date wrong, never mind).