Orgone Explained HTML version

Things you should know
Orgone: The vital primordial cosmic life force energy that allows us to sustain life
in our universe. This term is used synonymously with "Orgone Energy". It is also
commonly referred to as "life force energy", chi, and libido. This will be illustrated
in blue as this is how orgone in general is viewed.
Orgonomy: The study of orgone energy.
Orgonite: Devices that handle orgone by using an resin/metal matrix. The name
orgonite can also be used to refer to the matrix compound itself.
Organic material: Matter that has life properties like an organism. I will use this
term in a sense that it does not encompass organisms.
Non-organic material: Matter that has formed without naturally gaining organic
properties. An example of this is aluminium, which is the third most abundant
element in earth's crust and can be utilized with little synthesis. Also, an organic
material can be processed enough to lose most or all of its organic properties (this
process gives off DOR).
Orgone field: An energy threshold that allows orgone energy to move with
objects as well as naturally accumulate. This will be used synonymously with the
term "orgone layer".
Orgone particle: The smallest possible self sustaining portion of any orgone
energy. It may not be anything like a typical particle or even something we can
comprehend, but this is what I will be calling it. Some may refer to this as a bion.
POR: Positive orgone energy; alive orgone energy that is vital to life. This will be
illustrated in green.