What is Orgonite?

Is Orgonite natural?

The word orgonite comes from the word "orgone', a name given by Wilheim Reich to vital energy found everywhere in nature. It is life energy, also called Ch'i, Prana, and Aether. This vital energy exists, in a natural way, under many different forms.

What is orgonite made of? An orgonite may be composed of resin, metal shavings and a tiny bit of quartz. The ground rules to make a functional  orgonite are simple: A mix of about 50% resin, 50%. Any metal is good.

What is orgonite supposed to do? Orgonite devices are purported to  attract and repel stagnant energy creating life force energy replenished & recharged. it is claimed that it can protect from EMF radiation and negative energy.  When orgonite is within range of a source of negative energy (like electromagnetic frequencies—EMFs), it is supposed to efficiently and continuously transform it into positive energy.

Does orgonite need to be charged? Orgonite itself does not require charging,

How does one use it? Simply by holding or being near it, negative energy is believed to be transmuted into positive energy creating a more balanced healthy state.Alternating layers of organic and non-organic materials supposedly increase the orgone concentration inside whatever is enclosed, relative to the surrounding environment. For example Layers of Cling film and aluminium foil made into a bandage for a sprained wrist or ankle. Kinder Egg with a metal kitchen scourer placed inside to hold.

Why is orgonite banned in the USA? Ultimately, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) obtained a federal injunction barring (!) the interstate distribution of orgone-related materials, on the grounds that Reich and his associates were 

making false and misleading claims, (Suneya says “or was Reich speaking the truth they did not want to hear?”} and later jailed Reich and destroyed all orgone-related materials at the institute, (including his research papers!).

Want to Learn More?

This site gives much more information and describes how to make orgonite materials, not easily but possible.