PART VII: SECRET SCIENCE
by Anthony Forwood (2011)
60: Unknown Energies
There is a certain subtle energy that exists in our universe, distinct from the courser electromagnetic energy that we are familiar with. This energy is called prana in India and chi in China. It has been known about since our earliest recorded times, and it’s understanding is the basis of both Chinese medicine and East Indian meditation. However, the scientific establishment has yet to acknowledge its existence. In fact, there have been many instances of the ‘rediscovery’ of this energy by maverick scientists over the years, but these discoveries have always been quickly suppressed and any memory of them has all but disappeared from our history books.
Fortunately, the works of these scientists have not all been lost completely, and much of it has been routed out from the shadows where it has lain for so long, offering useful data that will help us in developing a workable understanding of this force and the technologies that it might be capable of.
A consideration of the work of such scientists as Franz Anton Mesmer, Baron Karl von Reichenbach, Wilhelm Reich, Masaru Emoto, etc., suggests that what they each separately discovered was actually the same energetic force. They each found that this energy is affected by consciousness, just as prana and chi are.
Psychotronics is a fringe science that stems from the work of such men, and takes it many steps further, evolving their preliminary discoveries into a highly developed applications-level technology that joins mind with matter and offers some extraordinary capabilities.
Remote viewing, a method of receiving information psychically that was developed by the US military and intelligence organs, ties in with psychotronic applications, allowing psychic abilities to be enhanced with the use of this technology.
The subtle energy that such men as Reichenbach and Reich discovered and experimented with has been found to have many interesting qualities that are completely unlike the purely physical traits of electromagnetic energy. Subtle energy may be able to explain many of the anomalous phenomena that conventional science cannot.
Baron von Reichenbach and Od Energy
Baron Karl von Reichenbach was born in Stuttgart, Germany, in 1788. He earned a doctorate in natural sciences and theology and went on to become legendary as an industrial engineer, making himself very wealthy in the process. Reichenbach was the discoverer of paraffin, creosote, and an assortment of other chemical products used in industry. With his tremendous wealth and virtually unlimited access to scientific materials, Reichenbach turned his resources to his passion for exploring rare and mysterious natural phenomena.
Reichenbach began by investigating an ailment that afflicted a great number of people during his time, and from which the term ‘lunatic’ derives. The ailment was somnambulism, better known as sleepwalking. Today it still occurs, but in Reichenbach’s time, the traits surrounding it were known to be far stranger than what we see today. Back then, those suffering this ailment would often awaken to find themselves atop a high precipice, which would be a terribly frightening experience for them. These bouts of sleepwalking would occur most frequently during the full moon, and on these nights observers might see a sleepwalker standing atop some high structure, arms stretching out to the bright moon. These sufferers were termed ‘lunatics’, and in a society where superstitious beliefs were still common, they were thought by many to be witches or possessed by demons, and the sufferers often feared that they were cursed or being hexed or otherwise controlled against their will.
Because of these dark beliefs surrounding this ailment, few researchers were interested in investigating it. One of these few was Reichenbach, who spent his own time and money to seek out sufferers of this disease in order to analyze it more closely through interviews with them and their families.
Reichenbach noticed that these people, as well as those who suffered night fears, emotional hysteria, and other strange ailments, were all neurologically more sensitive to stimuli than most other people. He also noticed that between them, there were ‘sick sensitives’ and ‘healthy sensitives’.
Eventually the Baron had amassed hundreds of reliable cases of these ‘sensitives’ from all over the country, and his home at Castle Reisenberg was spacious enough to accommodate them all while he studied their strange malady, and he paid for their transportation from their homes around the country to come and stay with him for extended periods so he could examine them closely.
In studying his patients, Reichenbach was intrigued by the connection that the moon had with this strange ailment. Sleepwalking occurred most often on the night of the full moon, and the sufferers seemed to actually be drawn to it for some reason. In his experiments, he ascertained that these people were indeed sensitive to the moon’s rays, causing various negative sensations that included pain and muscle cramping.
Using a prism to break moonlight into its various spectra, Reichenbach found that each color of its spectrum caused a particular effect in his sensitive patients when exposed to it. Red produced an irritating heat sensation, and green caused cramps. He also found that whatever was causing his patients to suffer could be conducted through materials such as glass and metal, which meant that it wasn’t the light itself that was causing these effects, but something else entirely. Whatever it was had no detectable electromagnetic charge whatsoever, and appeared to be a new type of energy entirely unknown to science.
Further investigation revealed that solar light also had a similar energy with its own sensations associated with it. Where lunar light was sensed as hot and irritating, solar light was cool and refreshing. Although red solar light caused some irritation, violet solar light was vivifying, making a person feel stronger and more alive while absorbing it.
Reichenbach had made one of his greatest discoveries in detecting this mysterious luminous energy, which he henceforth termed ‘od’ energy. His investigative efforts increased at this point, and he began a new series of experiments to discover more about this unknown energy.
Using metal plates as energy absorbers, he placed these on the rooftop of his castle and ran conducting wires down into his completely darkened laboratory, where sensitives would describe the visible flames of radiating energy caused by the different metals used for the plates. Each metal gave a distinct color to the luminous effect. Breaking the light into its spectra before transmitting it revealed the range of sensations, moving from vivifying coolness at the ultraviolet end to irritation at the infrared end. The effects of each color were found to be cancelled by their polar opposites in the spectrum.
This information is interesting, because it indicates that our normal exposure to all bands of sunlight and moonlight effectively cancels out these effects completely. This explains why we normally don’t experience the effects of this energy.
There is an overwhelming amount of ultraviolet light coming from our sun, and the moon reflects more light in the infrared spectrum. This corresponds to Reichenbach’s findings regarding the various color spectra and their effects.
It was found that a metal plate only needed to be placed in direct sunlight or moonlight for a few minutes before it was charged with this energy.
The energy itself was radiant, since it could be detected by Reichenbach’s most highly sensitive patients from across the room and with increased strength with closer proximity to the source, while the least sensitive patients had to physically touch a conducting wire to experience any sensation at all. Also, the longer the exposure, the longer the sensations lingered.
The Baron was able to determine that the energy was conducted through a wire at a very slow rate of speed, traveling no better than one and a half yards per second, saturating matter in a fluidic manner that slowly seeped into wires. When saturation was reached, excess energy spilled out. A charged material would slowly dissipate its od energy over time, taking from ten minutes to an hour to discharge again. Od energy flowed differently than electricity. Electricity traversed the surface of a conductive material, while od energy entered into and flowed through the body of conductive material. Od energy was found to permeate all matter, and therefore could not be completely eliminated.
Violet od energy of sunlight could be stored in Leyden jars for long periods of time. Radiant od energy could be seen by sensitives when it was emitted into a completely darkened room through a conducting braid, and over time Reichenbach was eventually able to see it as well.
Under the conditions he eventually set up in his lab, it became possible for anyone to witness the luminous effects of this energy. Providing that the lab remained in absolute darkness, and that a person waited in that darkness for at least an hour so that their eyes could fully adjust, this luminous energy could be seen. Also, if containers of water were exposed to each of the spectral colors of sunlight, each container’s water took on a separate and distinct taste that anyone could distinguish.
Some of Reichenbach’s patients were also sensitive to auras around people and objects, and because of this, Reichenbach was able to collect data on over six hundred different chemical compounds, some of them very rare. Sensitives were able to see emanations coming from various chemical solutions immediately after they were mixed together, and Reichenbach carefully noted the colorations and other information about them.
It was found that magnets produced luminescent flames of energy when viewed in his darkened lab. The north pole of these magnets would give off a blue flame, while the south pole would give off a red flame. The blue flames were cool and soothing, while the red flames were hot and irritating. This corresponded well with his earlier findings regarding solar spectrum colors. Placing a glass lens near the poles would focus the colored flames into a tight bundle and cause a bright white glow beyond the lens. When interrupted by an iron framework, the rays would pass right through it. High vacuum states were found to cause brighter and more intensely colored od flames.
Electricity and magnetism could not be induced with od energy, which led the Baron to the realization that this energy existed independent of its sources. Those materials that contained od were simply attractors for the energy. Od did not convert to other types of energy, but was present wherever they were.
Reichenbach knew about a mysterious battery invented by Franz Anton Mesmer, the man best known for discovering mesmerism, which is often confused with hypnotism but is not the same thing. Because of the controversial nature of Mesmer’s work and the resulting negative attitude that developed towards it, this battery might have become totally forgotten. But the Baron had a library of rare books and priceless artifacts that he had inherited from his father when he was a boy, and it is probably from here that he learned of this otherwise forgotten invention. In any case, he wrote about it, and in the process has given us some indications of what Mesmer’s battery was comprised of.
Franz Anton Mesmer is best known for discovering and working with a force which he called ‘animal magnetism’ or ‘mesmerism’, which has since come to be associated with hypnosis but is not actually the same thing. Hypnosis involves verbally applied stimuli to induce the hypnotic state, whereas mesmerism involves the placing and movement of the hands over a person and exchanging or manipulating energy.
Far less known about is Mesmer’s invention of a battery that accumulated a strange healing and vivifying energy. The battery was designed to reflect conditions found at sacred spots by imitating the natural configurations at these sites. It’s described by author Gerry Vassilatos in Lost Science as “a grounded device, the wooden tub that housed several thick layers of wet vegetable matter and iron slag. A single iron rod ran through the entire composition, closed at the top with a circular wooden barrier.” These batteries would give off an energetic shock that was unlike electrostatic shock. These shocks gave a person a tingling rush that permeated the body, and often brought unconsciousness. These shocks were found to release lifelong emotional blocks.
Wilhelm Reich and Orgone Energy
Wilhelm Reich was the discoverer of what he called ‘orgone’ energy, which his extensive investigations revealed is a subtle biological energy, which is completely unlike electromagnetic energy, but can be harnessed and put to practical use. Reich was ostracized by the scientific and medical establishments for his ideas and experiments involving this energy, and all of his devices and publications on them were ordered to be destroyed. After being convicted in court for not adhering to FDA regulations against homeopathic practices, Reich died in prison. The government was ruthless in forcing Reich’s work to be suppressed, even though he was curing people of a variety of ailments. Even today, the medical and scientific establishments refuse to accept or even consider his work. Nonetheless, private research into orgone energy has continued since Reich’s time, and has consistently revealed that there is something very real to his claims.
Orgone energy, as established by Reich, is an organic energy that is non-entropic, meaning that it tends to attract itself and concentrate, rather than spread out uniformly. Orgone is thought to be the force that creates living matter, and can actually be detected radiating from organic materials.
Such an organic energy may be the prime substance that nourishes and replenishes the physical body. Experiments in hypnosis have shown that a person can subsist without food for weeks or even months and actually gain in health at the same time. Perhaps this is because they are more closely connected to their psychic selves while in the hypnotic state, allowing us to draw necessary nourishment from the energy around us. The same subsistence without food is seen in religious mystics who reportedly can go without food for years. The food we eat contains this organic energy, locked up in its cells, and through the process of digestion, as the food breaks down molecularly, we absorb it into our system. It may be that those who are able to manipulate this energy can absorb it into themselves in its pure form, rather than through the slow process of digestion of organic matter, thus their ability to go for extremely long periods without food. Such energy is also the likely catalyst in psychic healing, where healers transfer this necessary energy from or through themselves and direct it into the patient.
Reich discovered that there are two types of orgone energy, one positive and the other negative, with corresponding positive or negative results in living things exposed to them. In fact, it was found through experiments, performed by both Reich and later researchers, that negative orgone had the potential to kill a person, and is extremely dangerous.
Reich found that orgone energy was attracted to organic substances and repelled by inorganic substances. In understanding this, Reich developed many different orgone accumulators, which consisted of a box or container built of layered materials. The innermost layer was made of metal and the outermost layer was made of wood. Often, many alternating layers of wood and metal were used, usually of differing types of each. The wood, being organic, attracts orgone energy to the container, and the metal, being inorganic, traps the energy that penetrates inside the container. Different organic and inorganic substances were found to have greater or lesser effect in the design of these accumulators. His orgone accumulators were used to treat various medical conditions, and were apparently quite successful as homeopathic remedies before the US government banned them.
Reich also developed a device, known as the ‘cloud-buster’, that could both break up cloud formations as well as attract them. This device was made out of easily available items, and was quite simple in its construction. Based on the same general principles as the accumulator, but constructed in the shape of a long pipe, this device could dramatically affect weather patterns within hours of its operation, and these effects would endure for quite some time (days) after the initial operations. These cloud-busting devices have been built and widely tested with clear and positive results by Dr. James DeMeo, Director of the Orgone Biophysical Research Laboratory and a former geology professor at both the Illinois State University and the University of Miami. DeMao experimented with these devices by applying them to large areas suffering drought. His has had dramatically positive results in the USA, Israel, and Africa, bringing much needed rain to areas that had been severely affected, and rebalancing the local weather patterns.
Reich noted that water easily absorbed and held orgone energy, which was what led him to developing the cloud-buster.
Parallels Between Od and Orgone
Wilhelm Reich noted that the energy he was studying was absorbed by and emanated from organic matter, and was repulsed by inorganic matter, such as metals. Baron von Reichenbach noted that the energy he was studying was able to move through certain substances more freely than others, and that although it acted in a manner similar to electrical energy, od energy was much slower in the speed of its movement. Both of these men recognized that there were positive and negative forms of this energy, each with its own peculiarities, but each of them perceived their discoveries differently, and each performed experiments that reflected that difference. Because of this, their separate investigations do not necessarily appear to be dealing with the same energy when they actually are.
Reichenbach began by investigating the subtle rays of energy that could be detected emanating from certain substances by people who were sufficiently sensitive to it, and he soon found that sunlight and moonlight had distinct differences in the qualities of this energy. He pursued an understanding of this energy that was based on the differences in the colors of the rays, the substances that these rays emanated from, and the noticeable effects of the rays on human physiology. He based his experiments on these basic factors, and spent much of his time exploring and recording the emanations from a large assortment of chemical compounds and other materials that were at his disposal.
Wilhelm Reich, on the other hand, began by first noticing that an unknown energy emanated from dead and dying organic matter, and that it was repulsed by inorganic matter, and he conceived of this energy as a life-inducing energy in its positive form, and death-inducing in its negative form. He based his research on his findings that the positive form of this energy was a fundamental necessity to the health and vitality of living things, and that it was a non-entropic substance that tended to accumulate together and give life to organisms, and dissipated from organisms as they began to die. He realized that this energy permeated the planet, and went on to discover that it not only affected the health and vitality of living things, but also the environment. He was able to build devices that could accumulate the energy that could then be used not only for healing, but also for affecting the weather.
The separate research efforts of these two men reveal enough similarities to consider that the energies they were each exploring was one and the same. They both recognized positive and negative aspects with distinct characteristics that affected the physiology of humans, and where Reichenbach recognized that it was related to sunlight and moonlight, Reich recognized that it was necessary to living organisms. Each noted various subjective qualities that it induced in those who were exposed to it, ranging from feelings of elation to feelings of nausea and worse, but neither of them recognized the effect that mental influence seemed to have on this energy.
This came later, as other researchers began to investigate this energy, either by following the leads of these two men, or through similar discoveries of their own. This research has led to the realization that this energy could be charged with emotions, which would influence those people who came within its proximity. This is the basis for psychometry, in which objects such as rings or keys are said to become charged with information about the person they have been in the possession of, which can later be read by people who are sensitive to this charge. Research has shown that this is all quite real, and that any object can be charged purposefully through mental effort. This field of study eventually came to be known as psychotronics or psychoenergetics, and has since been developed to a remarkable degree while still remaining mostly unrecognized by established science.
The term ‘psychotronics’ first became popularized in the USSR, where full-blown research into human psychic potential using state-of-the-art scientific equipment and methodologies were already at a quite advanced stage in the 1960’s, as revealed in Sheila Ostrander and Lynn Schroeder’s Psychic Discoveries Behind the Iron Curtain. Within their book, the authors describe psychotronic generators, devices that absorb psychic (or ‘psychotronic’) energy from a person and accumulate it, effectively amplifying its power. This energy can then be used for various applications. Charged with this energy, these generators can do some of the things a psychic can do.
In Czechoslovakia, a man by the name of Robert Pavlita is the inventor of the Pavlita generator, which he designed using information he was able to glean from antique manuscripts and forgotten discoveries. Pavlita’s generators are charged by simply staring at them. Different types of generators perform different types of work. Certain of these devices take on the properties of magnets and can attract non-magnetic objects, the force of attraction depending on the amount of accumulated energy. Other devices project life-giving energy that can make plants grow at double their normal rate. Still others can purify heavily polluted water, causing the pollutants to crystallize and sink. These generators can also be designed to facilitate psychic abilities, increasing the flow of energy used in this process.
Not all Pavlita generators act in positive ways, however, since the energy they employ can be either positive or negative, just like the forces of electricity and magnetism. Pavlita was able to create a generator that was shaped like a donut and would kill any flies that landed inside its ring. Pavlita’s daughter was at one point taken very ill due to certain of his generators, and he worked desperately for days without sleep in order to build a generator that would counter the ill effects that the earlier generators had caused.
Much of the information necessary to build Pavlita generators is purposely being kept secret by the inventor, but some clues about their design are nonetheless provided by Ostrander and Schroeder in their very eye-opening book. The authors state that the secret to the generator’s functioning is in their form. The shape of the generator allows a person to charge it with energy and turn it to whatever purpose might be desired. The materials involved in the design of the generator depend on the purpose as well, with one sort of material used for doing one type of task and another material for doing another. The juxtaposition of materials within a specific form is what makes it work. Pavlita generators are made out of different types of metals such as iron, copper, gold, brass, steel, and sometimes wood. Most Pavlita generators are carefully formulated combinations of metals. Many generators incorporate a certain staring pattern carved into them, which is used to help concentration and the conduction of energy. You don’t need to hold a specific thought in mind while charging the generator. Following the staring pattern with your eyes is enough to direct the force. Pavlita generators have also been designed that do not require staring, and collect energy automatically from living matter.
Apart from generators of psychic or biological energy, there are also generators that accumulate cosmic energy, and require no participation by the user. This means that the user doesn’t have to charge them by staring at them, and they are instead charged automatically by the cosmic energy that’s continually bombarding us from space. One such cosmic energy generator uses the common four-sided pyramid shape, and was once quite popular during the 1970’s when it was realized that such a shape could be used for sharpening razor blades, enhancing seed fertility, etc. Although many people never got very impressive results with their homemade pyramids, this was more than likely due to not using the most effective materials and not being precise with the design specifications.
On the subject of pyramids, the fad from the 70’s of using homemade designs to sharpen razor blades stemmed from a belief that the Great Pyramid at Giza had special powers that were based on its design and orientation. An important part of its design was undoubtedly the type of materials used in its construction, and even the many intricate and mysterious details of its inner structure. Not many people who have built their own homemade pyramids have done more than follow the simplest instructions and used whatever materials were easily available to them. Also, it’s unlikely that most of them have built anything more than simple frameworks with open sides, or else hollow structures, instead of a more solid pyramid. The concept behind Pavlita generators is that the devices absorb energy into themselves and then slowly radiate it back out. The type of material has something to do with a generator’s capacity for storing or radiating energy, and it seems to make sense that the solidity of the device would make a difference, since the more solid it is, the more capacity it has for storage within the material used in its construction. Remember that Reichenbach discovered that the od energy he was experimenting with was found to be absorbed into the materials that conducted it. If od energy and orgone energy are the same thing, and this is the energy that the Great Pyramid operates with, then the solidity of the pyramid has some bearing on its power.
Water is reportedly the best medium to impress with information, such as a thought or emotion. Even an ordinary stone, however, can be a receptor for psychic imprints by simply staring at it while holding in mind a certain thought.
Ostrander and Schroeder give a detailed description of several generator designs that they were able to personally examine and witness being used. The following are the descriptions that they have provided in their book:
1) Head made of a rectangle of metal, and trapezoid of iron as the body, with bosom-like projections on it. Six or seven inches in height and enormously heavy. The head is etched with a staring pattern, in the form of a vertical zigzag design. The head can be removed and replaced with other components for different functions. To charge it, a person holds it with the thumb on one of the conical projections on the front and a finger on a similar projection on the back, while the eyes move along the zigzag pattern in a sort of figure eight. Following the staring pattern charges the device.
2) A circular collar of copper about ten inches in diameter and five inches high, with an inch-wide gap between the two ends of the collar. A small tubular piece of metal is attached vertically to the collar, beside the gap. A small metal ball is placed on top of the tube. A tin wheel resembling the spokes of an umbrella is poised on a needle-like stand placed inside the collar. A staring pattern is etched somewhere on the generator, and with two people charging the generator, it is ready in less than a minute, and the wheel begins to turn. Copper is believed to be an attractor for psychotronic energy, and the circular collar design seems to polarize the energy with one side being positive and the other negative. The interplay of the force between the two poles causes the wheel to turn through back and forth pulsations of force.
3) A long hollow rectangle of steel, about seven inches long and an inch or two in width. A conical aluminum tip is attached to the bottom end. This tip can be made of anything nonmagnetic. Fingers are placed on two metal circles on the back, and the thumb is moved back and forth over a scalloped opening in the front. When the tip is touched to small bits of nonmagnetic material, they cling to it and each other in daisy-chain fashion, just as magnetic objects will when ordinary magnets are applied. Once objects are charged with this device, they can be picked up with anything. The force of this device is stronger than magnetism, and will draw iron filings directly off a magnet. Water will even cling to the tip of this device in a narrow column.
Pavlita generators retain their charge for different lengths of time, depending on the generator and the task it’s used for. It’s reported that a generator used to speed plant growth requires charging every three days, while another generator that can actually turn a small electric motor requires an initial charge of half an hour, and thereafter only a few minutes each day to keep the motor constantly turning.
A Pavlita generator can be designed so that it can communicate telepathically. Ostrander and Schroeder describe such a device as having a rotating pointer on top. Various target items are arranged in a circle around the generator. The generator acts as a receiver, while a person in another location sends a signal by concentrating on one of the items placed near the generator. The generator reacts to this signal by turning the pointer to the corresponding item. This type of generator is said to operate with one hundred percent accuracy. The items used for this generator to point at can be virtually anything at all.
As was stated earlier, Pavlita generators can be instilled with either positive or negative effects. They can cause stimulation of the nervous system, causing different emotional and physiological states, including dizziness, drowsiness, alertness, agitation, nausea, elation, confusion, clear-headedness, etc. They are also capable of being used for healing purposes, and for hurting as well.
Orgone Energy and Sacrifices
If orgone energy is a biological energy that is the underlying life force of living things, and if it is emitted from living things at the time of death, then it may very well provide a valid explanation for the sacrificing of humans and animals in occult rituals. This energy could either be captured in an orgone accumulator for later use, or immediately absorbed by a person or persons present during the sacrifice. This would also explain why vampires are said to feed off the blood of humans. It’s also said that it’s fairly common for a person who murders someone to suddenly feel unusual pleasure or power in having done so, and to be driven to murder again in order to get that same feeling they experienced the first time. Could it be that they are unknowingly feeling the absorption of the victim’s orgone energy as it leaves the body and enters theirs?
The Old Testament tells us that the god of the Israelites demanded that animals be sacrificed to him regularly, and this may also have been to absorb this energy.
Satanism and Negative Energies
Satanism is a religion that focuses on negative energies. The various rites and rituals that surround satanic activity are effective because they’ve been empowered through centuries of belief in the power that they hold. This is no less true than the positive power of belief in the effect of Christian rites and rituals.
Whether positive or negative, the power of this energy is very real.
Belief in angels and demons gives objective form to the energies that surround creative and destructive events. So do the artifacts that are prominently used in rites and rituals. These artifacts themselves absorb the energies that accumulate during the rites and rituals in which they are used. The symbols, words, and artifacts of both the Christian and Satanic religions all resonate to the positive or negative energies that they relate to.
Satanism revolves around the energies of fear, pain, death, etc., which are physically and emotionally negative. The emotional energy that surrounds satanic activities is necessary for accumulating the power that these activities elicit. For this reason, highly emotional events are purposely used to raise these energies.
The symbols, words, and artifacts used in these activities absorb this energy in the same way that orgone energy is accumulated by Wilhelm Reich’s devices. For instance, a dagger that is used in human sacrifices absorbs the emotional energy of the participants, and the more sacrifices it is used in, the more power it absorbs.
The Memory of Water
Dr. Masaru Emoto of Japan has been conducting research into the effect that a local environment will have on water, which he has discovered is reflected in the microscopic pattern of the water’s ice crystals when it is frozen. He began this research after meeting with Dr. Lee H. Lorenzen at the University of California, Berkeley, who had developed a method of creating water with healing properties, which he called ‘Magnetic Resonance Water’.
Emoto was curious to look at the ice formations between different types of water after considering that snowflakes are never identical. This led him to wonder about the environmental influences on the water and the possibility that water stored information about those influences in some way.
Ice crystal formations in water, when magnified 200 – 500 times, reveal that different environmental conditions actually become recorded within it, including thoughts, emotions, intentions, sounds, words, activities, etc. When positively charged water freezes, it forms crystals with an orderly structure, while negatively charged water becomes unable to form proper crystals. Water that was prayed over for an hour showed a distinct difference to a control specimen.
Electromagnetic pollution has also been found to have a positive or negative effect on the environment depending on the information content, such as a violent television show broadcast or a cell phone conversation between two lovers.
The similarities of Emoto’s findings with those of past researchers such as Reichenbach and Reich are worth noting. Each of them discovered aspects of the same subtle energy that permeates us and our world, and provides us with vitality. Reich determined that water was able to store subtle energy, which has been confirmed by Emoto’s research.
Water is alive, in a sense. It goes through its own life cycle of falling as rain, flowing as a stream or river, lying still as a lake or ocean, and finally floating freely away as evaporation. Water goes through the same stages we do through life. We are born, seemingly out of nowhere, we go through our earliest years very actively and gradually find ourselves on a certain course that we follow until we eventually reach old age, slowing down more and more until we come to rest before taking our final departure, ready to start a new cycle. During these phases, we accumulate energy from our surroundings, until the moment of death when it is released back into the environment.
Orgone energy is attracted to organic substances, and most organic substances have a high water content while alive. The orderliness of positive energy encourages health and vitality, while the disorderliness of negative energy causes a disruption in otherwise healthy systems.