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Interview with James DeMeo, PhD by Greg Carlwood of Higherside Chats

James DeMeo, PhD
James DeMeo, PhD

James DeMeo has been investigating the work of the late Dr. Wilhelm Reich since 1970, and founded the Orgone Biophysical Research Laboratory in 1978. With cooperative assistance from a network of professionals and institutes supportive of Wilhelm Reich’s original discoveries, OBRL has grown to become one of the world’s primary centers for genuine and uncompromised research and educational programs focused upon Orgonomy, the science of orgone (life) energy functions in nature, as developed by Reich in the first half of the 20th Century. James 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 first 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 drought-related field research in the arid American Southwest, Egypt, Israel, sub-Saharan Eritrea, and Namibia, Africa.

His published works include dozens or articles and papers as well as several books, like his newly expanded and revised edition of The Orgone Accumulator Handbook and his most recent release: The Dynamic Ether of Cosmic Space: Correcting A Major Error in Modern Science.

At the 2019 Energy Science & Technology Conference, he presented on two topics. Cosmic Ether Exists: Correcting a Major Error in Modern Science and The Orgone Energy Accumulator: Experimental Confirmations and New Water-Structuring Evidence – Get your copies here: https://emediapress.com/jamesdemeo/orgone/

Dr. DeMeo will also be delivering two new presentations at the 2020 Energy Science & Technology Conference – pre-register for free here – seating is limited to 150 people. http://energyscienceconference.com

James’ website: http://www.orgonelab.org/