American College of Orgonomy Orgonomic Science
The science of orgonomy has implications for all aspects of nature. Orgonomy was first developed by Wilhelm Reich (1897-1957), student and colleague of Sigmund Freud. Dr. Reich's professional life began in psychoanalysis in the realm of unconscious emotions. His work, however, led him into progressively deeper and broader realms that organize into four basic areas: medical sciences, social sciences, biology and physics.
On Saturday, June 3, 2017, a half-day introductory laboratory course is being offered by the American College of Orgonomy to provide interested individuals, with or without scientific training, the opportunity to observe orgonomic phenomena through hands-on use of the microscope and other laboratory apparatus. We hope you will enjoy this quiz which gives a sampling of what will be included in the course; the microscopic study of bions, the natural organization of protozoa from grass, and an introduction to the Reich Blood Test. Atmospheric orgone will be observed and measured thermically and electroscopically. The effects of the orgone energy accumulator will be observed and its principles demonstrated. Orgonomic principles of weather formation will also be discussed if time allows.
The fee for the course is $75.00. To request an application, please call (732) 821-1144 or email [email protected]