Blue glowing flower Hepatica and Orgone Lumination
Here’s a photo of a blue-glowing hepatica flower, typically described as an "electric blue" — newer findings from the OBRL laboratory on the fluorescence of orgone-charged water suggests these blue colors are actually a luminating orgone energy phenomenon… which may be why the bees in our garden seem absolutely excited when the blue flowers come into bloom. Other flowers like lobelia show a similar electric blue glow.
This subject material will be discussed in detail at the forthcoming OBRL seminar of 29-30 August. Seats are still available:
Weekend Seminar on
WILHELM REICH’S ORIGINAL ORGONOMIC DISCOVERIES:
FOUNDATIONS AND SCIENCE
Emphasizing New Research Supporting Reich.
29-30 August, Ashland, Oregon, USA
James DeMeo, PhD
Director, Orgone Biophysical Research Lab (OBRL)
Ashland, Oregon, USA
"In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act."
– George Orwell
Weekend Seminar, August 29-30, Ashland, Oregon, USA
Wilhelm Reich’s Original Orgonomic Discoveries:
Foundations and Science
Emphasizing New Research Supporting Reich