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Sample Blood Tests

The Reich Blood Test, developed by Wilhelm Reich, M.D., is a method for evaluating the energetic vitality of an individual by looking at their living red blood cells (rbcs). The images above show rbcs (magnified 800x) at the start of the test and after 45 minutes have elapsed. During the test, the cells gradually lose orgone energy to the environment. The energy remaining becomes concentrated in small blue vesicles ("bions") situated within the cell periphery. In general, among other parameters, how quickly these bions appear is inversely correlated with the energetic vitality of the rbcs, and, hence, of the individual.

 

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Upcoming Course

Saturday, June 2, 2018 | Orgonomic Science Event | Half-Day Laboratory Course | The Reich Blood Test | ACO Campus, Princeton NJ, 9:00AM to 1:00PM. $175.

There are rare opportunities to learn and experience the art of natural scientific observation, which is why the American College of Orgonomy offers laboratory courses in orgonomic science. Our half-day courses are designed to present our students with an accessible portion of orgonomic knowledge. This year’s Laboratory Course on the Reich Blood Test at our campus in Princeton, NJ on Saturday, June 2, 2018 from 9:00AM to 1:00PM will provide an opportunity to observe living human blood through the microscope—a subject that has consistently moved and fascinated our lab students over the years.

The Reich Blood Test, developed by Wilhelm Reich, M.D., is a method for evaluating the energetic vitality of an individual by observing their living red blood cells (RBCs). This course will concentrate primarily on direct observation and hands-on work, with the students receiving instruction on laboratory and microscope technique and performing their own complete blood test on their individual microscopes.

If you are interested in learning more about the science of orgonomy and observing first-hand the orgonomic phenomena discovered by Dr. Wilhelm Reich, this course offers that unique and exciting opportunity. For more information and to request an application, call (732) 821-1144 or send an email to aco@orgonomy.org.

 

Introductory Laboratory Workshop in Orgonomic Science
This two-day introductory workshop is run concurrently with the advanced course (see below). It is given so that interested individuals with or without scientific training can have the opportunity to observe orgonomic phenomena through hands-on use of the microscope and other laboratory apparatus. The educational approach includes demonstrations, lectures, and film. The workshop includes the microscopic study of bions, the natural organization of protozoa from grass, and an introduction to the Reich Blood Test. Atmospheric orgone is observed and measured thermically and electroscopically. The effects of the orgone energy accumulator are observed and its principles demonstrated. Orgonomic principles of weather formation and cosmology are elucidated.

The workshop is organized under the direction of Dee Apple, Ph.D. The teaching staff includes Drs. Dee Apple, Howard Chavis, Alberto Foglia and Peter Crist, Mr. Steven Dunlap, and Mr. Jack Sargent. The fee for the introductory course is $500. Call the ACO at (732) 821-1144 or email aco@orgonomy.org for more information regarding our future lab workshops.


Advanced Laboratory Workshop in Orgonomic Science
This four-day advanced workshop is run concurrently with the introductory course (see above). The course allows the student to more thoroughly explore orgonomic biology and physics through direct experience and experiment. While geared for those with medical or other scientific training, this course can be taken by anyone enrolled in the first two days of the introductory course. This course is a prerequisite for certification by the American Board of Medical Orgonomy. The workshop includes in-depth microscopic study of bions, the natural organization of protozoa from grass, the development of life from mass-free orgone energy, an introduction to the Reich Blood Test, and the study of blood and tissue of cancer mice. The atmospheric orgone is observed and measured thermically and electroscopically. The effects of the orgone energy accumulator are observed and its principles elucidated. Time is allowed for individual research projects which are presented in brief on the fourth day.

The workshop is organized under the direction of Dr. Peter Crist. The fee for the advanced course is $1,000. Call the ACO at (732) 821-1144 or email aco@orgonomy.org for more information regarding future workshops.

2017 Half-Day Introductory Laboratory Course Photos

2014 Introductory and Advanced Laboratory Workshop Photos

Microscopic Slide Samples

Lab Photos

Lab Photos

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