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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

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 [...]

Schizophrenia: An Orgonomic Perspective

Schizophrenia: An Orgonomic Perspective

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 [...]

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

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

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 [...]

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

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

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 [...]

The Boston Marathon Bombing: An Orgonomic Analysis

The Boston Marathon Bombing: An Orgonomic Analysis

On Monday, April 15, 2013, on a beautiful spring day when the Boston Marathon is traditionally held, two bombs exploded at the finish line, killing 3 people and injuring an estimated 260 spectators. Among the deceased were an 8 year old boy, Martin Richard, who was cheering his father as he approached the finish line; [...]

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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Posted in Biopathies & Psychiatric Orgone Therapy4 Comments

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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The Boston Marathon Bombing: An Orgonomic Analysis

The Boston Marathon Bombing: An Orgonomic Analysis

01 May 2013

On Monday, April 15, 2013, on a beautiful spring day when the Boston Marathon is traditionally held, two bombs exploded at the finish line, killing 3 people and injuring an estimated 260 spectators. Among the deceased were an 8 year old boy, Martin Richard, who was cheering his father as he approached the finish line; [...]

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Malinowski Revisited and Reich’s Children of the Future

Malinowski Revisited and Reich’s Children of the Future

27 March 2013

Editor’s Note In many of his writings, Dr. William Reich suggests that Malinowski’s anthropological and sociological studies affirm Reich’s psychological and social theories. For example, in The Function of Orgasm, Reich says: Malinowski’s principle work,The Sexual Life of Savages, appeared in 1929. This book contained a profusion of material which made it quite clear that [...]

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“Contemporary somatic psychology – an overview of the field”

“Contemporary somatic psychology – an overview of the field”

20 February 2013

Based on a talk given on April 28th, 2012 at the conference entitled Somatic Psychology: Its Origins and Development. Daniel Schiff, PhD I want to start off by just giving you a sense of where the idea of this particular workshop or seminar came about as many of you, as I have just learned, have [...]

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Terrorism at Home: Sandy Hook Elementary School Tragedy

Terrorism at Home: Sandy Hook Elementary School Tragedy

29 January 2013

On January 26, 2011, we published an article in this journal entitled “Our Teenage Suicide Bombers.” In that article, we contended that teenagers in other parts of the world who commit suicide bombings were raised in traumatic environments that damaged the teens’ normal psychological growth. We contended that these young suicide bombers were already exploding [...]

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In Pursuit of Happiness

In Pursuit of Happiness

13 November 2012

“Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness” is a widely-known phrase in the United States Declaration of Independence. It is one of the most influential and frequently cited phrases in the English Language. This phrase is “meant to exemplify the ‘unalienable rights’ with which all human beings are endowed by their creator and for the [...]

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Contraception, Wilhelm Reich, Ms. Sandra Fluke and Rush Limbaugh.

Contraception, Wilhelm Reich, Ms. Sandra Fluke and Rush Limbaugh.

02 July 2012

In his book The Function of the Orgasm, written in 1940, Wilhelm Reich addresses the concept of Fascist Irrationalism with the following: “In our sexual education, we are not faced with the alternative of sexual activity versus abstinence, but with alternative of natural and healthy sexuality versus perverse and neurotic sexuality.” Healthy sexuality is reflection [...]

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Cyber Attack on JPOT

Cyber Attack on JPOT

24 May 2012

For a period of about ten days, our readers may have noticed that this website was not online. Any attempt to load the homepage and its articles led to nothing but an empty space and flashing announcement at the top of page, stating, “Hacked by MSA Baba Hacker.” After initial disbelief and shock, we soon [...]

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A Tour Through <em>Adventures in the Orgasmatron</em>

A Tour Through Adventures in the Orgasmatron

30 January 2012

A non-fiction title about sexual politics called Adventures in the Orgasmatron: How the Sexual Revolution Came to America was published last year. Wilhelm Reich’s life and his theories are a prominent part of this book. Author, Christopher Turner is a writer for the Guardian newspaper. Farrar, Straus and Giroux published the book. Christopher Turner Turner [...]

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