Monday, 14 November 2022



Recently on The Amish Inquisition podcast which was great fun and really enjoyed talking with Phil, Ben and Matt. We veered away from the acupuncture and orgone research and ended up discussing AI, God, universal intelligence and radioactivity! See here (4) Orgones, Consciousness and AI - Leon Southgate : 257 - YouTube

Ambient Piano and Orgonomy 3 - An Orgonomic Theory of Time

This has been a really tough one, I never knew time was such a difficult and complex subject. I've got a working draft of it now, An Orgonomic Theory of Time, and it includes pretty much an aspect of every major time theory but from an orgonomic perspective. I'll publish the whole paper soon but for now, here is the third part of the Ambient Piano and Orgonomy series where I discuss the basics of it. (6) Ambient Piano and Orgonomy 3 - YouTube (6) Ambient Piano a

Friday, 21 October 2022


 As my website not up at the moment here is a list of the links to various aspects of my work and research. You can find my old website,, on the wayback machine, but am hoping to launch a new one before too long,

Blog - this links through to my email from the comments section if you want to get in touch:

Journal - Journal of Psychiatric Orgone Therapy (US) main place for my recent papers, use the search function and my name for full list of papers or scroll through sections:

Annotated Bibliography Book (free to download) -

Facebook group (shared). Search for, Orgonomic Science, Consciousness and Spirituality group

Monday, 5 September 2022

Ambient Piano and Orgonomy #2

My second one in this series, based on my Dad's Jazz and Psychoanalysis - ambient improvisation and chat on AI, consciousness, physicality vs spirituality, orgone and Hegel. We mention people like Charles Tart, the hypnotherapy experimentalist, philosophers like Rene Guenon and Hegel and reference my paper on orgone and philosophy - The Orgone Continuum | The Journal of Psychiatric Orgone Therapy (

Wednesday, 24 August 2022

New Video Series - Ambient Piano and Orgonomy.

I haven't done a video blog for a long time, my last series was the Orgone Continuum TV Series where I did a video version of my main research papers published at the Journal of Psychiatric Orgone Therapy at I've got a new series which is going to be more informal discussing any ideas or theories I come across from an orgonomic and consciousness perspective. I will also discuss ideas in my latest papers which aren't in the Orgone Continuum TV series, such as this latest one on AI, Consciousness and Intelligence from an orgonomic perspective - Assessing the Existence of Deep Artificial Intelligence from an Orgonomic Perspective | The Journal of Psychiatric Orgone Therapy ( My next one in this new series will be about AI, Consciousness, Intelligence and so on (the last two concepts are often confused I've found). All Best, I hope you enjoy this new series. By the way, I've based this concept, live music and theoretical discussion on my Dad's very sucessful conference in the early 80s - Jazz and Psychoanalysis. I will post up a copy of the poster soon it was so popular it kept getting nicked for display in student's digs I imagine.

CLICK on LINK Below to Watch:

(1) Ambient Piano and Orgonomy - YouTube

Thursday, 18 August 2022

Discontent and its Civilisation?

In what way are we as a species different from animals? It is given lip-service in our society that a human is just another form of animal, albeit a special one, but people do not really believe that. Some say that both evolutionary and religious theory accords us a special place. One way or another we are at the top of the tree psychologically speaking. Either we are God’s most special creation or we are the end result of blind processes that somehow triumphs in the human (despite the protestations against specialness of the Neo-Darwinists). Either way most people still believe that humans are somehow different from our animal brethren. Perhaps we are. But if that is indeed the case then what makes us uniquely different?

The main question I would also like to ask in this essay is:

Are we civilised or just domesticated? 

I think this is an important question. One that Orwell perhaps hinted at. Perhaps the book, ‘Animal Farm’ was more than just an allegory of how a socialist society may go awry. Perhaps society actually is a farm. A humenero as someone once put it.

Domesticated Humans

But before we can get to those questions let us first examine if humans are different to animals, and if so, in what way.

Are Humans Different to Animals?

What makes us uniquely human? Not much it appears. Some within certain religious groups might argue that humans have a soul whereas animals might not. But what evidences the existence of a soul in a human? If it is our emotions then that is not unique to humans. Animals display the full range of emotions and tendencies as humans, from happiness to anger, jealousy to pride, grief to love. Parrots get very emotionally attached and can die of heart-break if their beloved human passes away first or emigrates without them, as has been known from various cases (1). A paraquet is a small parrot-like bird and one would not expect them to have an uncannily human-like range of emotions. I inherited a paraquet and it has become quite attached to myself. It thinks it is my partner and gets annoyed if someone pays me attention in front of it. It enjoys snuggling into my chest whilst I watch a documentary or video. Talking of which dogs and cats can enjoy watching videos but usually they don’t.

Humans and animals have similar recreational needs. Young animals like to play like young humans. Most animals don’t like music with repetitive beats however many dogs and cats will listen to quiet classical music. There is an exception, again parrots which both enjoy music with a beat and will dance to it too.

What about language, surely that makes us unique? Animals have vocal and body languages but they can also use systems similar to our own abstract systems, albeit to different extents. Are we the only one to use abstract symbols? Apparently not. Dogs can recognise abstract symbols and use dozens of words. It is said by animal psychics that animals communicate mostly in pictures and telepathically (2). This form of communication has been evidenced and seems surprisingly consistent. It does not mean that animals cannot use symbols. It is seen that dogs and other animals can use human created symbols and understand their meaning but animals also create their own. Weaver birds, with tremendous effort create beautiful nests, the design of which represents their skill and their ability in life. The mate chooses her partner on the basis of the skill in presenting a unique nest (3). The puffer fish creates abstract art, we could say that this done solely for attracting a mate but how many human artists gain emotionally or socially from doing their art in addition to any intrinsic enjoyment? Certainly the abstract forms themselves are both symbolic and artistic (4) and the puffer fish may well enjoy the process.

Puffer Fish - Symbolic, Abstract Artists

Ants can farm/enslave aphids, some species of weaver birds build apartment blocks of nests, bees live in hyper-social super structures, lions live in feudalistic prides. Some animals have a degree of democracy, certainly there is much politics in a group of monkeys. Other animals seem to have achieved an almost ideal level of positive anarchy where everything functions well but no one is in overall charge. This can be seen in a flock of birds which swoops and turns in unison but with no conductor or the virtually telepathic, decentralised anarcho-communism of bees and ants.

Democracy, even different forms of democracy like representative can be noted (female lions approving the male leader in block ‘votes’) to direct democracy (herd animals making decisions based on a level of consensus above a certain percentage). Such democratic patterns are even seen in insects and less social animals like pigeons (5). Like humans some animals prefer to be on their own in the wilderness – the rugged individualist. Even capitalism and private property exists in nature, animals are territorial, plants own their spaces, social and material capital is accumulated, a hunting ground is a form of capital.

We are finding that intelligence is much broader than we ever imagined, everything from a slime-mould to fish have complex intelligent behaviours. So it is not intelligence that makes us unique, our machines are already more intelligent than we are in certain areas. Could it be our capacity for good and evil? Again here it is a no too. Animals will sacrifice themselves for their young, they will look after siblings of another species, they will go without to feed their offspring. On the other side, lions will slowly eat an elephant alive and killer whales will wear down their prey over days of pursuit, yes they are driven by hunger but the process is still torturous to the victim. Cats will purposefully maim. Most humans are driven to evil by things seemingly beyond their control at the time too. Like animals we become victims of our own drives and reactions. Dolphins, seals, lions and even ducks can practise behaviour which most would class as evil, beyond what is needed for survival and catching prey. Animal behaviour, in all our worst traits, except perhaps large scale organised war are seen in the animal kingdom (6).

Good and Evil in Ducks

Even our sexuality is in no way unique. Animals can enjoy sex, they have strong sexual drives and a certain percentage are gay and bisexual depending on the species. Different family forms are also practised by various species particularly birds. The homosexual behaviour is not on the whole just replacement behaviour as in certain bored captive animals, much of it is genuinely gay and seen in the wild, some species even are preferentially gay but not many (7).


Gay Animals, Diverse Families

The author’s contention therefore is that humans are not in any way unique, we are an exaggeration and a generalisation perhaps. But beyond that not different in kind. We are a very strange animal though in some ways. We sweat and are mostly naked like a sea mammal, so can run for very long distances as we can keep cool. Very few other mammals sweat like we do. Other creatures make tools but we have exaggerated this ability. We seem to have a digestive system that is neither herbivore nor carnivore, having teeth that are mostly herbivore but the oversized brain and small guts of a carnivore. We are closest to a pig and a capuchin monkey in the dietary regard, not at all like most primates. We seem to have averaged out the opposing ends of the dietary spectrum just as we are a generalist in other ways. We are also strange in that we appear not that well suited to our surroundings physically and need to use tools, cook and build complex shelters just to survive in most habitats.

Discontent and its 'Civilisation'

By culture we tend to mean a society’s set of beliefs and ways of living. It is often used in an interchangeable way with the word, ‘civilisation’. Civilisation most basically defined is just living in a city type structure but usually it is more broadly defined around a set of factors generally implying what is considered a developed society: a political state, social classes, urbanisation, work specialisation and writing being central characteristics. On the other hand, a farm is defined as an area of land used to grow crops or raise livestock, usually as a business.

We undoubtedly have many of the characteristics of so-called civilisation but is all as it seems?  We have a political state but it is often not of our making. Most people do not live in the kind of state they would choose. The people they do want as leaders get assassinated and those they don’t want put in their place. We do not control the actions of the states we live under. The state decides when to go to war not the people. The state decides what economic system will be in use and who will benefit the most from it, not so much the people. You vote for a conservative party with traditional values and get globalism. Or you vote for a labour party for the working class but get globalism too. Unless you live in China, where you might be able to influence local politics but get a national technocracy. In Africa, leaders who go against the wishes of globalism get their countries invaded or their presidents assassinated. We are not in control. Certainly, through great resistance and in parts of the world where we are fortunate enough not to be too amenable to the imposition of empire, such as Europe, with its dividing seas and mountains and local lords, people have been able to gain some level of freedom over the centuries through protest, turmoil, civil war and civil disobedience but it is constantly worn down and tampered with, reengineered until nothing of the original impetus is left. If the British people were in control of their state, we would have a genuinely conservative government not the communist one we see, we'd have a young King and his mother would be the pre-eminent royal - Princess Diana who would be married to a Muslim with a mixed lineage of descendents. Instead we had a horrible sacrifice and a Royal family that most thinking British wouldn't give tuppence for, not that our opinion means anything.

There are certainly classes in existence so this might make us a civilisation but who in our society wants such huge differences between the elites and the rest of us? Who wants an underclass who can’t afford food? No one does except the controllers. Hunger is not accidental, technology and the means to provide for everyone is systematically destroyed. Even our most basic technologies could provide for everyone, let alone the suppressed technologies. All these things are not accidental, they are built into the system. Disturb the balance of the system and it tries to destroy that trigger.

Urbanisation is a central part of civilisation and yes we have that but who amongst us would choose to live in an atomised city, wouldn’t we rather be living in small communities which join together into larger ones forming a community of tribes in an area or a humanised city? Do we want to live in soulless connurbations? We live like farm animals facing the feeding/transport troughs rather than each other. We are a tribal, herd animal so why are we forced to live such lonely, mass-produced lives? It is not of our choosing. We have below an idyllic - supposedly, set of houses facing a river in a northern country. The houses don’t face each other as in a small self-contained community but look out onto the thoroughfare like in a farm.


Farm Housing

In a farm the power supplies are centralised. In our so-called civilisation power supply is also centralised. We have had inventor after inventor who provides ways for decentralised power production and decentralised transport but each time they get killed or suppressed. Our society is held back by hundreds of years by evil schemes. But why do the evil ones always have the upper hand? It is almost as though there is a rule that humans in ‘civilisation’ most not get beyond a certain point, the point where they would cease to be intelligent farm animals. Technology is only allowed if it centralises and creates power for the few and whoever sits behind them. Decentralising, humanising, empowering, healthy technology is killed. Centralising, power creating, dehumanising, rapacious technology is enshrined to be worshipped whilst the susceptible are brainwashed into thinking it ‘green’ and somehow good.

Farms are pan-opticons. The farmer wants to be able to view all his livestock at once. Our societies are organised in the same way and are fast becoming technocratic pan-opticons. Our schools and offices are the same.

Perhaps a high population was needed to enter through the industrial revolution but now that has been achieved the high population is surplus to requirements. We are without a shadow of a doubt being culled, right now. I am writing this in the summer of 2022. Every week at least a thousand excess deaths are occuring in the UK according to official statistics. Young celebrities and athletes continue to get ill and die. But no one connects any of this with the dreaded 'V' word - verboten in the media-feed prepared for the docile farm animals. The 'health' war continues unabated whilst we wait for the next phase of the war on the population.

Closing the Karmic Loophole

Is there anyone to blame for the current situation? There used to be a sense that although planet Earth appears to often feel like a prison for some of us it can be argued karmically, that consciously or unconsciously, we all agreed to be here through our actions. So, it is our responsibility that we are here. This then justifies the traumas experienced in this earthly realm and even may put a sense that outsiders need not interfere too much - yes, it is bad, but the people agreed to it on some level.

But is this actually true? If we do not live in a civilisation of our choosing but a human farm imposed upon us, then we can ask:

Are sheep responsible for their own slaughter?

Are cattle to blame for their own captivity?

On a farm it would seem to be the farmer who is responsible. The farmer moulded those creatures so they could not think for themselves. Or if they still had some freedom of mind, imprisoned their bodies. In reminds me of the great film, ‘The Day The Earth Stood Still’ from 1951, Wilhelm Reich’s favourite movie. In the film, Klaatu is mystified at why cows don’t leave their fields, they are intelligent enough to make their way into the milking parlours so why do they not just unlatch the field gates and leave? They are trained to think the way the farmer wants them to think. They are not free in their minds.


Reich’s Favourite Movie

In the same way humans have been moulded and altered, until spiritually, they are no longer what they were before this process. Most humans are not fully acting as humans anymore but as farmed creatures. Therefore, our controllers, whoever they really are, could be argued to be karmically responsible for what has befallen us and for what is now stopping some of us truly being human. A farmed animal cannot be blamed for its living conditions, or its lack of free thought. The cow has been manipulated to not be able to see the latch on the field gate, it cannot think beyond the milking parlour or the cattle shed. Even if it can vaguely see there is a better life than this it is too fearful or too comfortably numb to take action. The runaway sheep tends to just get run over or end up lost and hungry.

That part of humanity which is still fully human chooses not to live as we do. That part which is no longer able to function is perhaps not as responsible as we may think for the world as we see it now. The controllers made that portion of humanity into cattle so perhaps they carry that karma. Any bad karma of the inmates has already been repaid in the suffering of being a farmed animal, it could be said.   

So What To Do?

One thing we can do is try and minimise the suffering created by other creatures within the multilevel farm we exist within – the ‘farmed farmers farming the farmed’ is what we humans are currently. We can avoid factory farmed meat whenever we can. If we do not want to be unhappy cattle we should not impose it on other creatures. Most people want other animals to live as good a life as we can make it, whether they eat meat or not. We can decentralise and become responsible for ourselves in small little ways, like collecting rainwater and purifying it or starting a vegetable patch, or even just growing some cress on a windowsill. We can try and connect to people in our communities and form work and housing cooperatives. We can start moving toward living in tribes again. In the meantime we can join a local ‘tribe’ whether it is a gardening club, a golfing club, a local football team or a farm direct scheme. Any way we can move away from centralisation is required. We can set up our own healthcare systems on a small scale and start to rethink how we live in atomised separate houses. We can stop using the globalist system as much as we can, using cash instead of cards, getting away from mobile technology overdependence. We can find alternative commerce schemes and get creative again. We are going to need as much community as possible to get through the collapse of the centralised system that appears to be on the horizon.

The most important thing we can do though is spiritual, energetic. We can imagine the world we want to live in. We can start to feel its reality in our meditations. We can dream again. We can reawaken to our own innate power as the creators.



2. Anna Breytenbach,


4. Yoji Ookata



7. Bagamihl, B. (2000) Biological Exuberence, Homosexuality and Diversity, Stonewall, UK. 

Friday, 12 August 2022

Exosomal and Reich's Bion Processes:
Are They the Same?

Exosomes, Non-organic Exosomes, Bions and 'Viruses'

Firstly as my old website is down and new one not up yet, here is a link to my Annotated Bibliography on Post-Reich Orgone Journals - a cross referenced 347 page book that came from a first year of a PhD at Bolton University (the rest is on hold currently). The book is free and great thing about Smashwords is you don't even need an account to download:

There is a huge debate between those in the truth movement like Dr Lanka and Dr Kaufman and conventional microbiology. Between what is called Terrain theory, originating with Bechamp and Germ theory which was credited to Pasteur. The former says ones own body creates most microorganisms and occasionally will get rid of a unhealthy balance of toxins. It emphasises internal terrain and doesn't see viruses as coming from outside the body. Germ theory is the opposite and as it is much more in tune with the control and profiting from humanity rather than helping them, the latter is of course the dominant narrative up till recently.

The reason for adding this blog post today is because I realised this week, after a researcher published this great new article on bions and blood breakdown:

that a major area of Terrain theory is missing from the discussion:


In other words when any matter breaks down, inside or outside the body micro-cellular, pre-cell, proteinoid vesicles, that appear to be alive are formed. Basically when anything is cooked, pasteurised even, at very high temperatures these tiny vesicles are formed. Reich called them bions.

Any material will become pre-cellular exosomes (or bions as Wilhelm Reich called them) when material is superheated in water. The exosomal/bion process also happens to any internal biological cellular structure which is stressed too as the terrain researchers have noted already. I am a researcher myself and have seen these processes in a lab in UK.

Bions from an iron filling - showing exosomal process in non-living matter:

Another lab, same thing:

There's about another 6 doctors over the last century discovered the same thing as Reich giving them different names, microzymas, proteinoid microspheres, cell-wall deficient forms, pleomorphic virus/bacteria, somatids, protids, jeewanu, Rife's 'cancer virus', Reich's T-Baccili 'virus' - all likely bionously/exosomally produced micro-cells that appear in different situations of health or illness, all consistent with terrain theory. Only Reich as far as I remember showed how they are produced from non-living matter as well.


This is because mainstream science is dogmatically and vehemantly against abiogenesis and biogenesis (creation of living entities from non-living or living matter respectively) and if 'viruses' (really exosomes/bions) get created within degenerating tumour tissue this evidences biogenesis so its hushed up as 'pre-existing viral genetic codes getting activated' - gobbledegook in other words, because the truth is uncomfortable - dying big cells create new smaller living structures - the exosomal-bion process.


So to help researchers I've extracted the subject chapters in Section 2, on Bions and on Cancer from my Annotated Review (the latest evidence isn't in this review, go to and the Annals of Orgonomy journal The Institute for Orgonomic Science for latest papers on bions, Reich blood tests, orgonomy and cancer and so on).

To get the full reference, including details of the journal you will need to download the full copy which is free. Smashwords – Annotated Bibliography of Orgonomic Journals – a book by Leon Southgate

The first number below is the Bibliography Item Number in Section 1. The second number here after the bracket is the page of the journal that the synopsis refers to. So to find full reference go to Section 1 of the full Bibliography and find the relevent number. The first one here would be 212. Then scroll back in the synopses to find the journal that 212 was from. Then look at pp197 if you have a hard copy of the journal. Reading this below though will give a good idea of the research up until the late 90s I think. The formatting doesn't carry across very well but hopefully you'll get an idea of the research available.

Just as a last note I've been wondering for years which came first, Reich looking at degenerating grass or Reich cooking foodstuffs and examining them under microscope (in the discovery of bions). According to the great orgonomist Blasband, it was the latter, I reminded myself going through my notes and rereading his article in Journal of Orgonomy, 1973, V7 N1 pp31. After confirming the four-beat Orgasm or Life Formula bio-electrically (Mechanical TENSION, bioelectric CHARGE, energetic DISCHARGE, mechancial RELAXATION, Reich being unhappy with the narrative in microbiology about abiogenesis being impossible (all cells ONLY from a cell) he noted that all living things pulsate according to his life formula. So he reasoned all living things need food so lets look at food and take it from there. He found all food breaks down into pulsating, glowing microstructures which are then eaten. Later he came to know these structures from breaking down grass then eventually from breaking down sand (a fortuitous accident). The sand vesicles also had a very strong radiation - the start of the orgone energy journey that was to take him to the stars eventually (figuratively speaking, though the Space-gun, a radioactive cloudbuster was his last invention to harness the orgone and could reach the atmosphere, perhaps space itself). Anyway, a lot happens when you follow a thread and don't give up. Its a hard path though for which Reich gave his life - literally.

From Annotated Bibliography

212) 197 Medical/Orgone Psychiatric Therapy-Patient probably had bionous disintegration of epithelial lining of lungs resulting in constant infections. (Bions are proto-cellular organisms smaller than microbes formed in certain circumstances from disintegrating matter, known as bio-genesis. They were discovered by Reich. (Other researchers have found similar entities). 224) 31 Classical Medical theory gets in difficulties with the viral findings in cancer. Cancer is riddled with viruses but in order to avoid the logical conclusion: that the body can produce viruses when tissues break down, the story that viruses live in cells from before birth and are then activated had to be put forward. (It is also noted in this paper that Kaplan and Gross had induced the formation of lymphoma-type viruses purely from radiation in 1969). 225) 4-32 Bions - One of the clearest articles within orgonomy on the development and whole issue of bions and their evolution (by Reich). Comparative sizes of bions and bacilli - 22. Ernst Haeckel-a little known biologist who also discovered bion-like forms (with a somewhat mystical interpretation according to this article) - 32. 284) 21-22 Org-protozoa (protozoa developed from bion processes). Named after the orgasm formula. Bions are 'magnetically' attracted into the 'mouth' of the org-protozoa. The org-protozoa will only readily grow from dying grass. 285) 22 T-baccilli only grow in a low energy environment. 324) 35 Procedure for time-lapse micro-photography of Bions is described. Two to three pieces of moss or grass placed on a hanging drop slide, water added. Piece of wax placed under four corners of a cover slip which is placed over the slide to exclude air bubbles. Cover slip attached with paraffin to the two longer sides of the slide. One fourth of the slide cavity is not covered by the cover slip. Water is then pooled alongside the two sides not covered by the cover slip. Reservoirs replenished every two hours. Also see 556) for details of original technical equipment. 332) 156 Bions are preliminary not complete forms because they are hard to culture. (Later generations may be more complete or culturable-159). 333) 159 Four types of bion - round, long rods, cells with nuclei and amoeba-like. 334) 162 Bions and electricity Negative electrical charge appears essential for bion culturing - Reich. Bions from earth change from anode to cathode migration after galvanising at 5ma for 1 hour - 167. 368) 156 Swelling of particles can result in electrical charge. 374) 6 Reich's bion experiments used a process of pasteurisation to disprove pasteurisation! (Reich used only sterile materials superheated). 379) 14 Du Teil in his letter to the French Academy of Science requesting lab assistance to investigate Reich's claims, states that the bions would lead to a materialistic solution with life viewed as 'purposeful organisation' and assigned basically to the realm of mind. 557) 213 Bions can be... Seen clearly at 2000x with apochromatic objectives, are vesicular, have a bluish glimmer, are surrounded by a white halo, show internal and whole pulsation, can move, fuse, divide, immobilise bacteria, are Gram positive, stain blue with hematoxolin. (Reich also claimed to have cultured them but this hasn't been repeated). Contamination Objection Successive sterilisations using sealed glassware still shows the forms. Conversely unsterile technique results only in known forms of bacteria. Brownian movement Objection Some forms move actively whilst others in the same field do not. Forms will move continuously then suddenly stop. Stationary forms will suddenly start to move. Speed of movement is independent of the temperature of the medium. There is a tendency toward mutual attraction between the forms. 668) 69 Orgone Experiments Bions Carey, Dunlap A variety of substances used to prepare SAPA bions are described. Authors used Reich's original methods. Some good photographs presented. Table 2 used Orene, an orgone substance, as an added ingredient to the culturing medium. The cultures have some powerful subjective effects. Note also the increased breakdown of the cultures when kept near flourescent lights or smoke detectors in a city lab environment compared to a country location. 679) 224 Micro-biology, bions and pleomorphism - discoveries outside of orgonomy. Eusinophilic bodies described in Kaposi's sarcoma plus variety of bacterial cocci and minute rods may be bionous breakdown. Cantwell and Rowes micro-photographs show a resemblance to bionously disintegrating cancer tissue. 223-Livingstone and Jackson found a pleomorphic organism in various malignant tissues which they called a progenitor cryptocytes (0.2-0.5 microns-about virus particle size). Conventional biology may classify Reich’s T-baccili as a mycobacteria. T-baccili are a life-negative ultra-minute bion type associated with low energy charge and cancer. Mycobacteria have been found in AIDS tissues by Zakowski. 689) 13-25 Orgone Experiments Reich Blood Test (RBT) and radiation victims Blasband et al. Study confirmed broad aspects of Reich's blood test. The correlations were better at extreme ends of scale; very energy deficient or energy excess, but in general there is a definite correspondence between clinical picture and Reich blood test results. There were three groups in the study, normal controls, radiation exposed, radiation exposed with cancer. Gross appearance of blood (centre size, appearance, number of bions - small or centrally located was noted. Breakdown rate of blood cells in saline at 5, 10, 15, 20 minutes was recorded. The autoclavation test was performed. This is a stress test where blood is combined with KCL and boullion, autoclaved and measured macroscopically and microscopically for cohesiveness and breakdown of structure. The study had a relatively good number of participants, 55 and the T-Test showed a significant difference between radiation and radiation group with cancer (P=0.01) - see footnote to chart - 21. The table indicates that the difference between normals and radiation group might have been statistically significant if tested in a larger study. Bion formation rates show a clear difference between the three groups though this is not statistically analysed. Reich's red centres and blurred inner membranes were not seen. Also present day conditions might be one of chronic oranur overcharge - bion breakdown rates have become much slower than in the 1950's. Perhaps Reich was seeing an acute radiation picture. RBT has been useful for detecting extremes of bioenergetic charge-14. The normals were often somewhat undercharged too (which would skew the results against statistical significance). Very good description of RBT - visual, destructive, culturing (for bacteria) this latter part of test had to be abandoned in this study. Cancer state was populated by an increasing number of subjects with low charged, distorted cells more rapidly breaking down into small bions - 24. Out of the 16 non-radiation controls only 7 subjects could be considered healthy. Most had medium charge and some structural deficits. THis could be an indication of our oranur atmosphere - 25. Synposis of earlier Baker RBT study-17. 704) 126 3 Bions and Bechamp Bechamp discovered role of moulds in fermentation before Pasteur. He discovered 'Microzymas' - subcellular entities. Bechamp believed microzymas might be involved in the formation of chromosomes and DNA - 127. Bechamp viewed the microzymas as physiologically indestructible - living in chalk from previous ages - 127. Bions Bions take up the Giemsa bio stain and range from 2 to 10u in size-128. Bions can get smaller as they age becoming bacteria and eventually T-Bacilli at about 0.2u - 128-9. T-Baccilli Some immune stimulating effects of T-bacilli are also possible. Grad has noted upward evolvement of T-baccilli. 737) 201 Classical misinterpretation of cancer bions eg Russel Bodies and other large forms and ‘nuclear debris’ etc. Role of Cell Wall Deficient Forms in cancer not explored fully. 756) 34 Immune system functions before structuralisation: pathogenic organisms cannot survive near to highly charged bions or blood. Red blood cells (RBC) can kill pathogenic organisms simply by their energy charge. RBC can mobilise T-Baccilli (tiny cancer-associated vesicles) at a distance. T-Baccilli can also evolve upwards into PA (packet) bions. Function determines structure (multishape antibodies are an example of this). 1030) 58 Fox, S. Dose, K. (1977) Molecular Evolution and the Origin of Life, NY, Marcel Dekker. Another case of the careful editing out of Reich's work. Fox presents 2 decades of careful well researched evidence and arguments for the existence of 'proteinoid microspheres'. These are formed through cooking a mixture of amino acids. These spontaneously form polymers and micro-particles. Boiling saline is added and spheres a few microns in diameter are formed with various proto-cell characteristics such as gram-staining, electrical activity, excitability, informational molecule exchange. They call their view on life origins as 'constructionist'. The parallels to bion formation are overwhelming but amazingly Reich is not mentioned. 227) 31 Reich's Bion experiments started with cooking food and examining it microscopically. (Hypothesis - all organisms derive life energy from food). Blasband. 13) 30 Reich produced a slow motion picture bion movie/film of cancer cells being produced from low charged living tissue-this was a spectacular feat of technicality alone for 1939. 283) 21 Reich's bion micro-photographic film equipment Specially built Reichert microscope with magnification up to 5,200x. Microscope lamps. Speed adjustable Kodak movie camera. Timer allowing 120 frames per second to 1 frame per ten hours (normal speed 8 frames per sec). Equipment allowed bion development of one month to be shown in ten seconds. 232) 23 Comparative sizes, bions, T-bacilli, microbes are detailed. See other notes for details for example 742). 379) 14 Du Teil in his letter to the French Academy of Science requesting lab assistance to investigate Reich's claims, states that the bions would lead to a materialistic solution with life viewed as 'purposeful organisation' and assigned basically to the realm of mind. 387) 111-112 Around 1960 Fox and other scientists discovered that heating amino acids to high temperature and then placing them in boiling saline resulted in formation of 'proteinoid microspheres'. These exhibit life like properties-motility, budding, cleavage, growth, membrane selectivity and 'primitive' proliferation. Two particles could form junctions (similar to Reich's radiating bridges). Fox believes that such protocells are precursors to cells and are the basic unit of life. Makes no reference to Reich or bions. See International Society for the Study of the Origin of Life. Fox, S. and Dose, K. (1972) Molecular Evolution and the Origin of Life, USA, W. H. Freeman. 557) 213 Bions can be... Seen clearly at 2000x with apochromatic objectives, are vesicular, have a bluish glimmer, are surrounded by a white halo, show internal and whole pulsation, can move, fuse, divide, immobilise bacteria, are Gram positive, stain blue with hematoxolin (Reich also claimed to have cultured them but this hasn't been repeated). Contamination? Successive sterilisations using sealed glassware still shows the forms. Conversely unsterile technique results only in known forms of bacteria. Brownian movement? Some forms move actively others in the same field do not. forms will move continously then suddenly stop. stationary forms will suddenly start to move. Speed of movement is independent of the temperature of the medium. There is a tendency toward mutual attraction between the forms.
102) 206 Similarity between colitus and cancer-both are self-protection (from bionous breakdown of cells). Colitus uses high lumination and inflammation (over-charge). Colitus directs energy away from genitals. 224) 31 Classical Medical theory gets in difficulties with the viral findings in cancer. Cancer is riddled with viruses but in order to avoid the logical conclusion: that the body can produce viruses when tissues break down, the story that viruses live in cells from before birth and are then activated had to be put forward. (It is also noted in this paper that Kaplan and Gross had induced the formation of lymphoma-type viruses purely from radiation in 1969). 237) 81-84 Orgone Experiment. ORAC Mice. Only 9 animals. Used transplanted tumours. Strong ORACs. Rural location. Clear weather. Results There was a significant difference in longevity. The Treated group lived 1.6 times longer. Statistics - TTest, P=0.05. (My Note: the results may be more significant than the above because of difficulty obtaining significance in such a small group size). Autopsy results are particularly graphic and support the statistical significance. Control mice have dirty, degraded internals but Treatment mice look clean internally. There was a delayed tumour take-up in the Treatment group mice. Blasband. 239) 119 Reich's priority in illuminating cancer’s links to emotional disposition (particularly resignation). 267) 12 Reich saw the cancer cell as a protozoan that develops out of oxygen starved, immoblised body tissue. 285) 22 T-baccilli only grow in a low energy environment. 296) 173-180 Orgone Experimental Study DOR-buster in the treatment of Cancer Mice Blasband, R. Controlled study. Transplanted mammary tumours were used. Treatment lengthened life span by 1/3rd in treated mice. The size of this change would most likely be statistically significant with a better sample size (but was not reported to statistically significant here). Delay in tumour development was a strong variable. The groups were a little small (N=14) to justify a full statistical analysis. Mice in the Treatment group were much healthier and lively than those in the Control group. Conclusion Overall a good study, reported in detail, which showed a real effect by the DOR-buster on cancer affected mice. 326) 81-89 Orgone Experiment Cancer Mice - Orgonotic Functions in the Solunar Cycle. Blasband, Ganz and Konia It was hypothesised that solunar peaks of activity would increase the intensity of the ORAC’s effects. Treatment in the solunar phases delayed acceptence of transplanted tumours. Although there were 38 mice in this study no statistical analysis was attempted. There were 14 in the ORAC solunar group and similar numbers in the ORAC non-solunar group and Control group. Results Low levels of ORAC charging may worsen outcome and increase tumour size. It might be too weak a charge to stimulate immune system sufficiently. In both the solunar and non-solunar mice groups once acceptance of tumour was complete further charging increased tumour size. Blasband reported similar problems in medical DorBuster paper (1974). The study used transplanted tumours which is an artificial situation medically. Reich used spontaneously occurring tumours which showed an inhibition of tumour size throughout ORAC treatment. Perhaps investigation of a solunar effect is somewhat ambitious at this stage, however this study did show what appears to be an objective effect on tumours via the ORAC. 457) 211 People today have no conception of what is good or evil, or what is health-they can see raving madness or a carcinoma, but lack any awareness of emotional barrenness, resignation, or the existence of a shrinking biopathy. 490) 27 Eva Reich used an accumulator funnel on a woman with terminal cancer of the breast in an hospice (with permission from the chief doctor, Dr Nagler from philiadelphia). After two weeks the tumour softened and became delineated from the surrounding tissue. Dr Nagier became frightened and asked Dr Reich to stop. 560) 218 Cancer/Reich Blood Test Bright energy field around Red Blood Cell cannot be an artifact as the field pulsates. 623) 64-65 Reich’s view of the cancer cell is fundamentally divergent from the mainstream. Generally the cancer cell is seen simply as an ‘aberrant’ type of normal cell. Reich’s view is that it is a fundamentally different type of cell from the normal with a completely different genesis (i.e. bionous breakdown and subsequent reorganisation at a lower level). All biopathies (Reich’s term for a holistic disease pattern), but most especially cancer, show the following: 