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Orgone Biophysical Research Lab

Ashland, Oregon, USA

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PRIORITY ITEMS:

The OBRL Homepage

The Saharasia Discovery

James DeMeo's Forthcoming Lectures

OBRL Greensprings Summer 2008 Laboratory Seminar

Growing Nonsense About Reich & Orgone on Global Internet

Donate Online to OBRL

OBRL Fundraising Letter With Many New Photos

Report: Orgonomy Conference, Chipping UK, Summer 2007

Report: OBRL Research 2006.

Report: Orgonomy Conference, OBRL Summer 2005

Report: OBRL 2003 Summer Seminars

Report: OBRL Research 2002.

New Article: "A Dynamic and Substantive Cosmological Ether-Drift" (pdf download)

New Experimental Life-Energy Meter
Experimental Reports Available

Research Summary: Saharasia and the Origins of Violence

Research Summary: Drought-Abatement and Desert-Greening

BASIC INFORMATION:

More About OBRL and the Lab Director

DeMeo's Research

DeMeo's Saharasia www.saharasia.org

Cloudbusting: Drought Abatement & Desert-Greening

Posted Articles and Informative Topics

Bibliography and Citation List on Reich and Orgonomy

Listing of James DeMeo's Publications and Lectures

Natural Energy Works Publications & Measuring Devices naturalenergyworks.net

Surplus Laboratory Equipment

Lou Hochberg Awards

Resources & Contacts

OBRL Mailing List & OBRL News Service

Links to Other Interesting & Useful Websites

SPECIAL TOPICS

Heretic's Notebook: Emotions, Protocells, Ether-Drift and Cosmic Life-Energy

OROP Arizona: 1989 Cloudbusting Desert-Greening Experiment

OROP Israel: 1991 Cloudbusting Desert-Greening Experiment

Dayton Miller's Discovery of the Ether-Drift

Herbal Contraception and Abortion

AIDS Criticism Resource Guide

Auroras at the Tree-Tops?!

Schauberger's Living Water

Nuclear Power Atomic Bombs and Droughts

So You Want To Build a Cloudbuster?

"Chemtrails" Critical Discussions

Response to "Skeptics" and Irrational Critics

Surplus Equipment For Sale

       



About the Orgone Biophysical Research Laboratory,
and the Greensprings Center

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The Orgone Biophysical Research Laboratory, Inc., is a non-profit science research and educational foundation, established in 1978 by James DeMeo, Director of Research since that date. Over the years, the Lab has supported various research projects, and educational lectures and workshops in both the USA and overseas, focused upon the basic sex-economic and orgone biophysical discoveries of the late Dr. Wilhelm Reich. Work sponsored by the Lab has included cross-cultural social research, experimental investigation of the biophysical effects of the orgone energy accumulator, methods for objectification of the biological and atmospheric orgone energy, and field-research and applications of the Reich cloudbuster under both drought and desert conditions. The Lab also publishes a research journal, Pulse of the Planet, and other Special Reports and books. The Lab is an independent organization, but enjoys an informal, cooperative, and productive working relationship with other responsible individuals and organizations.

The Orgone Biophysical Research Laboratory,
dedicated to research, investigation, development
and applications of the Sex-Economic and
Orgone Biophysical discoveries of the late
natural scientist, Wilhelm Reich, M.D.

The OBRL Greensprings Center, in forested rural Oregon. The structure incorporates a passive-solar heating design.
AstroHaven Astronomical Observatory Dome is perched on the roof, holding a large-aperture 16" Meade telescope.
In 1995, the Lab was relocated to a location in southern Oregon, in the mountains above the picturesque town of Ashland which is known around the world for its natural beauty and Shakespeare Theatre festivals. Following an extensive land search, a suitable 16 acre site was located which met or exceeded all of our necessary requirements for an exceptional research and educational facility.

Surrounded by natural beauty...

The Greensprings Center is located at 4200 feet elevation, in the crisp, fresh air of pine-fir-cedar old growth forests of the Greensprings region, east of Ashland on the southern slopes of Mount Chinquapin, close to where the Cascades meet the Siskiyou Mountains. Climatically, all four seasons are experienced, but summer is dry and mild, while winter passes with up to four feet of snow. In addition to being close to Ashland and the scenic Pacific Coast, the Greensprings Center is close to the historical Applegate branch of the Oregon Trail, the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail, and to various other National Forests, parks, scenic areas, historical markers, and Indian reservations. Crater Lake, the deepest lake in North America (with the bluest water in the world), is only a short distance to the north, as is the spectacular Mt. McLoughlin, while Mt. Shasta is just to the south.

Energetically clean and alive...!

The energetic feeling at the Greensprings Center is delightful, crisp, sparkling and alive, and this was the primary attraction to this particular location. The Center is well above the stagnant atmospheric dor-layer which often afflicts the West Coast, and many hundreds of miles distant from any nuclear reactors or waste dumps, with no other significant sources of atomic or electromagnetic oranur in the vicinity. The area is known for its pristine natural forests, wild rivers and streams (such as the untamed Rogue River, with its famous white-water rafting and marvelous fishing), and breath-giving beauty.

These natural qualities and recreational aspects insure that visitors and students will always have interesting things to do and see when they come to the new Greensprings Center. There are numerous hiking trails through old-growth forests and sunny meadows, with recreational lakes, downhill and cross-country ski areas, and mountain-top vistas to enjoy, as well as several excellent inns, campgrounds and guest ranches within a short distance of the Center. The area is easily accessible via major airports in nearby Medford and Klamath Falls, Oregon, or by a half-day drive from Portland or San Francisco.

The natural and alive quality of the life energy at this location has allowed the productive development of environmental research in the laboratory, which focuses upon orgone energy functions in nature. A larger orgone accumulator darkroom has also been constructed, similar to what existed at Reich's lab at Orgonon , in rural Maine. We can already report the wonderfully warm and penetrating life-energetic charge which has developed in orgone accumulators now on-site.

Research is Underway...

Shortly after moving to Greensprings in early 1995 and occupying an existing residential home, construction was started on the larger laboratory and classroom building. A two-story lab/seminar structure was completed in 1996, providing over 2,000 square feet of working space which now hosts microscopy and bion research, orgone accumulator research, water research, meteorological analysis, an extensive research library, bookstore, office and classroom/seminar area. In 2002, a third-floor loft was converted into temporary student quarters, and a rooftop observatory was added. The building has an array of large, south-facing glass windows for passive solar heating and generous natural illumination, with high ceilings for a light, airy feeling. An array of solar photovoltaics panels were added most recently, providing roughly 3/4ths of the electrical needs of the facility, in keeping with our commitment to environmental preservation and "walking lightly on the land". In 1999, an Orgone Energy Darkroom was added as well, for research into high-charge orgone environments. Outbuildings on the property provide for a fully-functioning woodworking and machine shop, where construction of apparatus proceeds without difficulty.

Above, the Orgone Energy Darkroom at Greensprings, with accumulators inside. Below, results of one seed-charging experiment.

A place for study and investigation...

The Greensprings Center provides an excellent energetic environment for laboratory replication of some of Reich's more demanding orgone (life) energy experiments. New methods for objectification and measurement of the life energy are underway and a section of the laboratory is now dedicated to the constant recording of the Orgone Accumulator Thermal Anomaly (To-T) with another area for recording meteorological monitoring equipment. Monitoring of atmospheric electrical charge using the Burr millivoltmeter method, and other environmental and cosmological variables are also under investigation. Water analysis research is underway, to evaluate the working hypothesis that "structured" or "activated" water is synonymous to water with a high charge of orgone energy.

Global Weather Research Station on the second floor of the OBRL Greensprings Center, for real-time monitoring and documentation of weather and climate during Cosmic Orgone Engineering (CORE - cloudbusting) operations.

OBRL Research Library and Archive on the second floor of the OBRL Greensprings Center.

Click here for more information on the research projects of James DeMeo and OBRL.

The summertime Greensprings Seminars have been offered each summer since 1986, educating hundreds of students in topics ranging from Reich's life and work, the sex-economic basis of global violence and human behavior, bions and the Reich blood test, the orgone energy accumulator, and more (see the educational events section for our current and forthcoming offerings).

Participants at one of the OBRL Greensprings Seminars


About the Laboratory Director

James DeMeo, PhD, formally studied the Earth, Atmospheric, and Environmental Sciences at Florida International University and the University of Kansas, where he earned his PhD in 1986. At KU, he openly undertook the graduate-level natural scientific research specifically focused upon Wilhelm Reich's controversial discoveries, subjecting those ideas to rigorous testing, with positive verification of the original findings. DeMeo subsequently undertook field research in the arid American Southwest, Egypt, Israel, sub-Saharan Eritrea, and Namibia, Africa. His work on the Saharasia question constituted the most ambitious global cross-cultural research study to date, on the subjects of human behavior, family and sexual life around the world. His published works include dozens of articles and compendiums, and several books, including Saharasia, The Orgone Accumulator Handbook, and In Defense of Wilhelm Reich. He was editor of On Wilhelm Reich and Orgonomy and Heretics' Notebook, and of the journal Pulse of the Planet, and co-editor for the German-language compendium Nach Reich: Neue Forschung zur Orgonomie. DeMeo served on the faculty of Geography at the University of Kansas, Illinois State University, University of Miami and University of Northern Iowa. He is a member of the American Meteorological Association, Society for Scientific Exploration, Arid Lands Society, Natural Philosophy Alliance, Sigma Xi, International Society for the Comparative Study of Civilizations, and the AAAS, and a former Research Associate of the American College of Orgonomy. In 1978, he founded the Orgone Biophysical Research Lab (OBRL), where he continues as Director. In 1994 DeMeo establish the OBRL Greenspring Center, a high-altitude research facility in the Siskiyou Mountains near to Ashland, Oregon, exhibiting optimal conditions for sensitive orgone energy experiments. A full list of his publications and lectures is given at: http://www.orgonelab.org/demeopubs.htm
Copies of his major papers are also available at ResearchGate: http://www.researchgate.net/profile/James_DeMeo

Dr. DeMeo is available to give a PowerPoint presentation on his research findings to your group. Click here for more information.


James DeMeo, Ph.D.







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