The Inventions of the Chi Generator® by Karl Hans Welz
led to a Revolution of Life Energy Technologies for Body and Mind
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The scientific approach to life energy:
Wilhelm Reich, who lived some 150 years after Mesmer, brought the science of life energy to new heights. In fact, he became aware of its characteristic of reversed entropy, where the stronger system draws from the weaker one. Reich was not aware of structural linkage, which I discovered some 35 years after Reich had passed. In fact, this characteristic of life energy, i.e., full-powered transfer at any distance via structural link, was the consequence of my training and experience in fields, of which past pioneers of life energy technology were not aware they existed or they had misconceptions about them. Wilhelm Reich used the word “orgone” for life energy, and he called the devices that he built orgone accumulators. His orgone accumulators had the outer layer made of organic materials – he used a material that was made of wooden fibers, Celotex, for this purpose. The next layer was metallic, i.e., metal sheets or steel wool, which was followed by organic material, and so on. The innermost layer then was metallic. His basic idea was that organic matter attracts and holds life energy, or orgone energy; while metallic matter attracts and immediately rejects life energy. Based on this insight, he designed his accumulators. Being an MD, like Mesmer, he used life energy for healing. Having studied hypnosis during his studies with Sigmund Freud, of which he was a disciple, he certainly knew about Mesmer, since literally every book on hypnosis that has been written at his time and in the location of his study (Austria) mentioned Mesmer as one of the great pioneers of hypnosis together with detailed accounts of his work and technology.
The reaction to the Reichian scientific heresy was similar to the reaction that the powers that be always had with innovation. It was rejected and Wilhelm Reich eventually died in prison. He ended up there for illegally transporting one of his orgone accumulators across state lines.
Talking about the powers that be and going back a few centuries, Galileo was not just attacked by the church, but also by the scientists of his time who manned the universities and who were afraid of losing their acclaim if it ever turns out that the geocentric system and other things that they had taught to their students all along were no longer the absolute scientific truth. The church, of course, was the institution that had the power to silence Galileo.
When Samuel Morse invented his telegraph, he was widely considered a crackpot. Nobody wanted his signal transmission through wires, even though he had ample proof. The Russian Tsar was the only monarch who had telegraph lines built, and soon afterwards the Russian church managed to mobilize mobs that destroyed them.
Marconi noticed interference of shifting magnetism in wires and, based on this, he succeeded in wireless transmission of signals. He almost ended up in the insane asylum.
Thank the Good Lord that academic scientists and religious outfits of our very enlightened times have an open mind that is not influenced by any vested interests at all any more – or do they????
Reich’s research truly has been extensive and in some ways comprehensive.
Following Reich’s footsteps, James Trevor Constable advanced the methods of constructing cloud busters, which were designed in the Reichian manner in principle, and which had additions to make them more effective. Some ten years ago, I built cloud busting devices that can be carried in a coat pocket.
There is a relative large group of people who are continuing Reich’s work, and, like Wilhelm Reich, their main focus is medical. Most of these Reichian epigones are connected with the orgonelab of James DeMeo, which is situated in Oregon. The books of Wilhelm Reich are available from the Wilhelm Reich Museum in Rangeley, Maine.
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