Wilhelm Reich observed four essential stages in all motions (tension, build-up, discharge and relaxation) and in all aspects of life forms he examined. In the orgasm process of sex, he discovered a unique energetic life force that pervaded all nature. Reich named this force 'orgone energy.' Orgone energy "contradicts" the law of entropy. Orgone energy is attracted to concentrations of itself; i.e., is syntropic. It is further hypothesized Orgone energy is the same as or very similar to Keely's Celestial Radiation accumulated which is the Life Force proper. Orgone Energy is syntropized Life Force. Also same as or very similar to:
3. It is the medium for electromagnetic and gravitational activity. It is held to be the substratum of the most fundamental natural phenomena, the medium in which light moves and electromagnetic and gravitational fields exert force.
4. Orgone energy is in constant motion, and this can be observed under appropriate conditions. For instance, the bluish heat waves seen shimmering above wooded areas and mountains are said to be orgone energy movements. Its motion has at least two characteristics, a pulsation form - that is, alternating expansion and contraction - and a flow normally along a curving path.
6. It forms units or entities which are the foci of creative activity. These orgone energy units may be living or nonliving. The living ones include bions, cells, plants and animals, and the nonliving include clouds, storms, planets, stars and galaxies. All of these orgone energy units have certain features in common. For instance, all are "negatively entropic" (syntropic) in the sense mentioned above, so that they acquire energy from their environment and all have a "life-cycle" passing through birth, growth, maturity and decline.
9. Separate streams of orgone energy may be attracted to each other and then superimpose. The superimposition function is held to be the fundamental form of the creative process. Thus, in free space, superimposing orgone energy streams typically show the form of two streams of energy converging in a spiral. This is seen in spiral galaxies and also in the structure of hurricanes and other cyclonic storms. Celestial functions such as sunspot cycles, aurora borealis, hurricanes, tides and major weather phenomena are considered expressions of the interplay of two or more cosmic energy systems and also involve spiral forms of superimposition. In living nature, mating is a principal expression of superimposition: two separate streams of energy flow together and superimpose during the coital act.
10. It can be manipulated and controlled by orgone energy devices, the best-known being the accumulator. Certain experiments indicate that the air temperature within the accumulator, and the body temperature of anyone sitting in it, rises, up to one degree centigrade, with variations depending upon the outside weather, the time of day and the sitter's character structure. Other evidence includes an increase in the impulse rate of the Geiger-Muller counter when exposed to orgone concentrations in an accumulator. [Orgone, Reich and Eros - Wilhelm Reich's Theory of Life Energy; Simon and Schuster, 1973, NY, NY.]
breath of life
Celestial Sympathetic Radiation
Figure 7.8 - Gravity is the Life Sex and Power Principle
Figure 16.03 and Figure 16.04 - Electricity as Charged Life and Discharged Death
Rhythmic Balanced Interchange
Universal Heart Beat
19.05.01 - From The Dynamic Theory of Life and Mind - Radiometer Motion