Archive for September, 2018


September 22, 2018


We are having another sale for new copies of my book "Saharasia" through the end of October, for $12.95 plus shipping. The regular price is between $34 to $39 retail, so this is a great savings, at a lower price than can be found elsewhere, and close to our own costs.

To purchase, go to our on-line bookstore, and look for the Saharasia link on the left-side column:
Domestic USA orders will have the shipping charge automatically calculated. International orders must firstly order and pay for the book, after which the shipping charges will be computed and sent to you with instructions for a separate payment.

For those who do not know, the book Saharasia summarizes a 7-year scientific study on human behavior, sexuality and family life, with correlated factors of social violence. It was and still is the largest global cross-cultural study on such issues that has ever been undertaken, with the first geographical mapping of ethnographic/anthropological data. It was peer-reviewed by numerous scholars for accuracy before publication, and is based on Wilhelm Reich’s sex-economic theory of human behavior. As such, it was a powerful vindication of Reich’s clinical findings on genitality, revealing its strong predictive capacities for identifying violent versus peaceful cultures.

Unfortunately, after an initial period of enthusiastic acceptance, this work was blockaded and censored from open discussion in the major geographical, anthropological and psychological journals, though several peer-reviewed articles later did appear. Today, the subject is erased from existence by Google and their pawns at Wikipedia. The Western academic world generally thereafter fell under the sway of "political correctness", and the illusion of "value free social science", where every culture on the planet was deemed to be "equally good", in spite of obvious evidence of psychopathic totalitarian violence and mass murdering in some, while peaceful egalitarian characteristics existed in others. Saharasia was produced in 1986, well before the onset of modern Islamic expansionism and conquest, and for which the events of 9-11-2001 stand as a general Islamic Declaration of War. Saharasia therefore hardly mentions Islamic culture, and yet as shown in the cross-cultural geographical maps, the regions of highest world violence, in family and social structure as well as in war-making, are clearly identified across the Islamic world. This large region of high violence is also characterized by the most hyperarid and extreme desert environment on the planet.

In addition to the cross-cultural review, there is an ambitious global historical and geographical-climatological review from ancient times up unto around 1900 AD. This part of the study was most eye-opening, as it demonstrates the existence of an early period of peaceful human conditions, and how the large Saharasian Desert Belt – stretching across North Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia – was once a well-watered grassland-forested biome, thick with every kind of wildlife, and running with large rivers and gigantic lakes. All that changed, including human character structure and social violence, when Saharasia began to dry out and convert into harsh desert at around 4000-3500 BC. Saharasia is thereby additionally a profound discovery on the ancient origins of human emotional armoring, violence and warfare in an epoch of massive desert formation. Social violence and war are clearly shown to predominate after this relatively late climate-change event in human pre-history, being very rare or non-existent before it. Armoring, violence and warfare are thereby shown to be unnatural conditions for the human species.

Saharasia thereby provides a strong bridge of understanding between the clinical and behavioral work of Reich into archaeology, clmate-change studies, history, anthropology and psychology. Because the objective and systematically-developed material in Saharasia has challenged nearly every other theory of human behavior, and much else, it has garnered as much hatred and opposition as appreciation and support. I reference it repeatedly in my social media but the cost of the book has often been prohibitive for most people. So I am happy to make it available once again at a lower price, close to our own costs.

This reduced price is also available for both single or multiple copies, for individuals, organizations and bookstores, so if you have friends or are connected with an organization having an interest in Wilhelm Reich and orgonomy, and in my work, now is the time to purchase. It is also an excellent gift for students, young and old, and for friends

Once Again….
To purchase, go to our on-line bookstore, and look for the Saharasia link on the left-side column:
Domestic USA orders will have the shipping charge automatically calculated. International orders must firstly order and pay for the book, after which the shipping charges will be computed and sent to you for a separate payment.

Thanks for your interest,

James DeMeo, PhD

Director, Orgone Biophysical Research Lab
Ashland, Oregon, USA

Reminder: Wilhelm Reich film, “Love Work Knowledge”, Sept 23, Rutger’s University, New Brunswick, New Jersey

September 13, 2018

REMINDER Courtesy Announcement

Another showing of the new Wilhelm Reich film

"Love Work and Knowledge", on the East Coast USA:

Rutger’s University, New Brunswick, NJ

The Rutgers Film Co-op/New Jersey Media Arts Center and
the Rutgers University Program In Cinema Studies present the:

New Jersey Film Festival Fall 2018
Screening Schedule

Sunday-September 23-Voorhees Hall #105 – 7PM $12; $10; $9

Love, Work and Knowledge: The Life and Trials of Wilhelm Reich
Glenn Orkin and Kevin T. Hinchey (New York, New York)

Four days before the outbreak of World War II, Dr. Wilhelm Reich, a prominent Austrian psychiatrist and an outspoken anti-Nazi, arrived in New York to teach at the New School for Social Research. Yet, despite his university position, and his renown, four U.S. government agencies moved to censor Reich’s work. His books and research journals were banned by a Federal Court order in the 1950’s. Integrating primary materials, scholarly interviews, and eye-witness accounts, Love, Work, and Knowledge: The Life and Trials of Wilhelm Reich, presents a narrative of Reich’s life and work, to explore the events that led up to this heinous example of censorship in America. 2018; 100 min.

With a Post-Screening Panel Discussion featuring: James Strick, Professor and Chair, Program in Science, Technology and Society, Franklin and Marshall College, and author of Wilhelm Reich, Biologist (Harvard University Press, 2015); Joseph Heckman, Professor of Soil Science, Rutgers University; and Tom DiFerdinando, an orgonomic researcher, and Independent Pain, Injury, Stress and Trauma Therapist.

Tickets are available on a "first-come-first-served" basis and can be purchased at the door beginning a half-hour before the start time. Advance Tickets are available and can be purchased using Paypal up to the day before a screening (unless that screening is sold out). Log on to, and use as the send money address. Tickets are $14 each in advance ($12+$2 processing fee). Include the names of the attendees and the date/time of the screening in the memo box. We will have a list of those who pre-paid at the door. Advance Tickets are non-refundable. Call or email us for more info on Advance Ticket sales.

Voorhees Hall #105
Take the NJ Turnpike to Exit 9 and then take Route 18N (New Brunswick direction) and go for 2 1/2 miles to the College Avenue Campus/George Street exit and make a left at the light at the end of the exit ramp onto George Street, then go to the next light and make a right onto Hamilton Street, then go to the next light and make a right onto College Avenue. Almost immediately on your right hand side there is a University Parking Lot (#9) which is made available for our patrons to park in. Voorhees Hall is adjacent to the Zimmerli Art Museum and is 100 paces across the Voorhees Mall from Parking Lot 9. Patrons can also park in Rutgers Lots #1 (next to Kirkpatrick Chapel) and #16 (next to Murray and Milledoler Hall)

Map and Directions are alsohere (click):,+71+Hamilton+St,+New+Brunswick,+NJ+08901/@40.5000688,74.4481033,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89c3c65384be2723:0xee54027c4331b753!8m2!3d40.5000688!4d-74.4459146

New Jersey Film Festival Rutgers Film Co-op/New Jersey Media Arts Center Rutgers University Program in Cinema
(848) 932-8482 phone (732) 932-1935 fax;, email

New Info (for many of our viewers)

September 5, 2018

New Info (for many of our viewers)

There are a lot of new people viewing my blog pages, many who probably don’t know much detail about my work. So, for starters, I invite them to view my different youtube videos, some are lectures from scientific conferences, but the two which most people find of interest are:

* "Wilhelm Reich and the Orgone Energy"
* "Wilhelm Reich’s Bion-Biogenesis Discoveries: Experimental Verifications".

Take a look at your leisure:

Also the two books mentioned in those videos are still available for purchase, The Orgone Accumulator Handbook: Wilhelm Reich’s Life Energy Science… and Heretics Notebook: Emotions, Protocells, Ether-Drift and Cosmic Life Energy.

Both can be purchased from on-line bookstores internationally, or directly from our own on-line bookstore:

If you haven’t purchased them, you are missing out on some of the best information about Reich and authentic contemporary orgonomy available.

I’ll follow up with more info shortly.

James DeMeo, PhD
Director, Orgone Biophysical Research Lab
Ashland, Oregon, USA
e-mail: demeo(at)mind(dot)net

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