The Orgone Energy Accumulator And Healing Intention In The Treatment Of Cancer In Mice



Dick Blasband


It has been experimentally demonstrated that cancer mice treated with an orgone energy accumulator (W. Reich and students) lived significantly longer than untreated controls. Recently Bill Bengston experimentally demonstrated that the same strain of cancer mice treated by local healing intention also lived significantly longer than the controls. An examination of the pathophysiology of the mice in both experiments indicates that the treated mice compared to the controls showed marked inflammatory changes at the tumor site. It is postulated that this is the mechanism whereby both the accumulator and intentional healing exert their healing influence and that in some way there is a functional identity in healing and the use of the accumulator.


Richard A. Blasband, M.D., is a psychiatrist in Sausalito, CA who practices psychiatric orgone therapy and healing by mental intention. He is also Research Director of the Center for Functional Research which is devoted to the experimental investigation of the interface between life energy and consciousness. His professional memberships include SSE and the International Consciousness Research Laboratories. He has published over 60 papers on his areas of interest.




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