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Borderland: Ions and Orgone - by Herman Meinke
IONS AND ORGONE
by Herman Meinke
I'm sure you've noticed some foggy days that seemed
healthy and alive but others that appeared toxic and
lifeless. It became apparent that the same condition
occurred in my laboratory experiments on bion growth. There
were many days when I worked with silica gels used in the
research of bions and their growth later into insects.
Eventually I noticed that these particular gels resembled
the same phenomenon of toxic DOR1 days whereby solutions
with materials in temporary suspension, such as clay, fell
to the bottom and other substances floated upwards instead.
This is depicted in the moving nature of orgone-like foggy
days. This beautiful orgone experience is seen when fog
rises from a swamp at night or when rolling in from a south
sea island. In DOR contrast, a smog filled room that's
highly positive (negative ions far outnumbered by positive)
has a DOR type stagnant air. This will clear up however
when negative ions are reintroduced. I am not, however,
saying that negative ions are orgone energy.
This same situation occurs outdoors when the air is
charged very positively. Normally, fog doesn't lift easily.
This is because the ionosphere is charge with 400,000
positive volts whereas the earth's ground surface tends to
be negative, pulling the positively charge fog downward.
This same situation fits other DOR type problems. Since
these lighter, more mobile negatively charged particles are
no longer present, the heavier and more condensed positively
charge particles now repel each one and other in a manner
similar to the particles in the silica gel solution in water
(formerly mentioned). If I were to pour water on a colloid,
the water would tend to move the whole gel. Just like this
gel phenomenon described, DOR type fogs refuse to move, even
when a breeze or wind comes along. It is as though the fog
particles form an expanded colloid like sponge for many
miles. Under these circumstances, it's easy to see why the
air prefers to pass through the fog instead of struggling to
impel it to move. Try to visualize the fog as a three
dimensional screen with the corners of its cube having
positive ions (or DOR particles) and the smaller air
particles passing through the screen but not affecting its
As stated earlier, you can experience orgone energy when
encountering fog rising from a swamp both early in the
morning and late at night when it comes gently rolling off
the ocean. It occurs in the strongly charged negative ions
of the misty sprays from cool mountain waterfalls. These
particular ions are attracted to the ionosphere (which is
highly positive) and they're lifted upward. The negatively
charged earth repels this type of orgone fog, causing it to
turn into levitational clouds.
This same situation happens when a negative ion generator
is used to clear up a smog filled room. My research does
not indicate that orgone energy is related to negative ions
but rather that orgone presence does seem to cause the air
to become negatively charged.
Reich himself described fogs that would not move even in
the presence of a wind or breeze and referred to them as DOR
Some of my previous background involved working as a
polymer chemist at Reichold Chemical Company along with
experience as a plating chemist at Continental Dye Casting
Company and automotive head chemist at EZY Products. I also
studied electronics at Lawrence Tech. This particular
background helped me to formulate the above theories.
Perhaps other scientists as well as laypeople can now use
this information to advance their understanding of orgone
energy. In the past twenty years, I have personally taken
readings of the ion content of the air and used negative ion
generators to simulate different effects. These instruments
can be very useful in studying both orgone and DOR effects
Remember that negative ion generators are not orgone
generators. Negative ions generators will collect all the
dirt from a room and deposit it on the walls nearby,
actually bonding it to the paint. Further months of usage
will also collect DOR dirt, radioactive fallout dust, and
other toxic chemicals confining it to a small area, becoming
to dangerous to be near eventually. Negative ion generators
produce ORANUR reactions.
There are ways to generate beneficial ions which may
prove to be more closely related to orgone energy and thus
safer. Refer to British patent #1,266,227 which can be
obtained from: Patent Office, 25 Southampton Building,
London WC2A 1AY as printed for Her Majesty's Stationary
Office by Courier Press, Leamington Spa, 1972. If the
electricity from a 5,000 and 10,000 volt AC generator is
stored between capacitor plates without producing any
electrical breakdown in the dielectric materials between the
plates (and also if there is no electrical discharge in the
air) then a small bluish glow will be observed when there is
a small air gap between the plates. When this happens, the
air coming through the plates acts like highly charged
orgone energy. Tests run on the above patented device, with
air recirculating for over one hour through the device,
removed 88% of the CO2. This air also caused rapid healing
in highly infected mice.
1. DOR is the acronym coined by Dr. WilHelm Reich to
designate Deadly Orgone Radiation -- the life-negative
aspect of orgone energy.
. ORANUR is the acronym used to designate ORgone NUclear
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