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The Future of Orgonomy

The Future of Orgonomy

The following is a transcription of the lecture given by Dr. Morton Herskowitz at the Institute for Orgonomic Science Conference on April 11, 2015 at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. The essence of life as I have learned is change and one of the first things that struck me as I walked into this room [...]

Who was Wilhelm Reich and what is orgonomy?

Who was Wilhelm Reich and what is orgonomy?

The following is a transcription of the lecture given by Dr Harry Lewis at the Institute for Orgonomic Science Conference on April 11, 2015 at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. I’m pretty much the only orgonomist working in New York City these days; which tells you something about the state of Orgonomy! But there are [...]

Wilhelm Reich’s Social and Political Insights

Wilhelm Reich’s Social and Political Insights

Presented at the Institute for Orgonomic Science Conference, entitled: “Science, Love and Society: an Introduction to Orgonomy, the Work of Wilhelm Reich” University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, April 11, 2015 I’ve been studying Wilhelm Reich’s social and political thought for the last ten years. Here is some of what I’ve learned. Wilhelm Reich was a [...]

Dr. Herskowitz’s Speech in IOS 2015 Spring Conference

Dr. Herskowitz’s Speech in IOS 2015 Spring Conference

I think that the discovery of emotional armoring is one of the most important discoveries in the history of psychiatry. I think that it reaches places that have never been reached by therapy before. I think it does things to people that has never been done before, I don't think it's a cure it all [...]

Wilhelm Reich (1897-1957)

Wilhelm Reich (1897-1957)

Editor's note: The following is a concise but informative biography of Dr. Wilhelm Reich's life and work, originally published by the Institute for Orgonomic Science (IOS) on their website, http://www.orgonomicscience.org. We would like to express our gratitude to the IOS and to Dr. Philip W. Bennett, author of the biography, for granting us permission to [...]

The Future of Orgonomy

The Future of Orgonomy

21 August 2015

The following is a transcription of the lecture given by Dr. Morton Herskowitz at the Institute for Orgonomic Science Conference on April 11, 2015 at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. The essence of life as I have learned is change and one of the first things that struck me as I walked into this room [...]

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Who was Wilhelm Reich and what is orgonomy?

Who was Wilhelm Reich and what is orgonomy?

30 July 2015

The following is a transcription of the lecture given by Dr Harry Lewis at the Institute for Orgonomic Science Conference on April 11, 2015 at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. I’m pretty much the only orgonomist working in New York City these days; which tells you something about the state of Orgonomy! But there are [...]

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Wilhelm Reich’s Social and Political Insights

Wilhelm Reich’s Social and Political Insights

29 June 2015

Presented at the Institute for Orgonomic Science Conference, entitled: “Science, Love and Society: an Introduction to Orgonomy, the Work of Wilhelm Reich” University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, April 11, 2015 I’ve been studying Wilhelm Reich’s social and political thought for the last ten years. Here is some of what I’ve learned. Wilhelm Reich was a [...]

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Dr. Herskowitz’s Speech in IOS 2015 Spring Conference

Dr. Herskowitz’s Speech in IOS 2015 Spring Conference

13 May 2015

I think that the discovery of emotional armoring is one of the most important discoveries in the history of psychiatry. I think that it reaches places that have never been reached by therapy before. I think it does things to people that has never been done before, I don't think it's a cure it all [...]

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Wilhelm Reich (1897-1957)

Wilhelm Reich (1897-1957)

02 March 2015

Editor's note: The following is a concise but informative biography of Dr. Wilhelm Reich's life and work, originally published by the Institute for Orgonomic Science (IOS) on their website, http://www.orgonomicscience.org. We would like to express our gratitude to the IOS and to Dr. Philip W. Bennett, author of the biography, for granting us permission to [...]

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May God Save this Country from Enemies, Famine and Lies

May God Save this Country from Enemies, Famine and Lies

30 December 2014

After the Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy in which several young school children and their teachers were killed, I wrote about psychological illness that may cause this type of violent and unpredictable behavior in my article, Sandy Hook elementary School tragedy. In response, a reader recently sent a comment, questioning the authenticity of this story [...]

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Wilhelm Reich Documentary Film Project

Wilhelm Reich Documentary Film Project

05 November 2014

By James Strick, Ph.D. An excellent documentary film about Reich has been written by filmmaker Kevin Hinchey and is currently seeking funding on Kickstarter. Go to this link to learn about the film and to donate: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/25874147/wilhelm-reich-documentary-film-project/ Here is your chance to get behind a really constructive contribution to bringing Reich’s science to a new [...]

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Wilhelm Reich, Biologist.

Wilhelm Reich, Biologist.

03 November 2014

Harvard University press recently released a catalogue copy of a new book written by James Strick, PhD on Reich's bion experiments. The title of the book is Wilhelm Reich, biologist. This book is written on Reich's bion experiments soon to be published by Harvard University press. The catalogue states: Wilhelm Reich, Biologist James E. Strick [...]

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Weather Engineering in Contact with Space: Global Warming and the Planetary Emergency

Weather Engineering in Contact with Space: Global Warming and the Planetary Emergency

09 June 2014

Editor’s Note: The following is an article that is written by Dr. Conny Huthsteiner and was published in Annals of Institute for Orgonomic Science, Volume 10 December 2005. Considering its importance and relevance to our climate changes, we decided to post it in our journal. This article was initially published in the Annals of the [...]

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Schizophrenia: An Orgonomic Perspective

Schizophrenia: An Orgonomic Perspective

25 March 2014

This article is partially based on the lecture I presented at the Orgonomic Conference in Italy on October 4, 2013. In Reich’s book (1952), Reich Speaks of Freud, which includes the transcript of an interview between Dr. Wilhelm Reich and Dr. Kurt Eissler, Reich states: In 1929 – I think it was then – I [...]

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Report on International Conference on Orgonomy, October 4 – 6, Rome, Italy

Report on International Conference on Orgonomy, October 4 – 6, Rome, Italy

21 November 2013

The Italian Association of Orgonomy hosted the International Conference on Orgonomy in Rome last month, October 4-6. Several international speakers were invited, including four IOS members: Conny Huthsteiner, M.D. Philip Bennett, PhD. Hugh Brenner, FPNP. and Stephan Simonian, M.D. The conference was launched with Dr. Morton Herskowitz’s videotaped keynote address. Herskowitz, who is now 95 [...]

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The Tragic Life, Depression and Suicide of Mindy McCready – Post-mortem analysis

The Tragic Life, Depression and Suicide of Mindy McCready – Post-mortem analysis

02 July 2013

On February 17, 2013, the U.S. media reported the suicide of country singer, Mindy McCready. She was once known to be a Nashville superstar, but reportedly addiction, arrest, and her boyfriend’s death culminated in her suicide at age 37. She suffered from long-standing problems, according to recent newspaper and magazine articles, and had a poor [...]

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