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The closer the future victim is to th(> J.::jngdom of Goc.l with his knowledge, the surer will he be chosen to be murdered by the pestilent character. AU this goes ou with not a single sou]. not even the murderer himself, being aware of what is happening. \Vh('n Bruno insists on departure, perhaps sellsin~ the malignancy of his murderer. ~t()c.'('uip;o seizes him at night from his bed with the help of an Mann of the L:1W." From here onward the machinery of the organized emotionul pla gill' of all agt's takes over like a robot grindstone, never to stop until the victim !s squeezed to a pulp. The envy and evil plotting of M()(''enigo·does not count and does not even appear ilJuong the arguments in the protocols, The true motive of the murder is not even mentioned or even admitted to court at any time, neither in 159-2nor in 1952; neither in Italy nor in the USA, nor in the USSR. The trot' motive of the cowardly killer is banned from inquiry all over this planet. except where simpJt' TOutim' murders an.' COtu ..... -med, never in CUSt'S of tIll" :\ll1rd('T of Christ. The Rtf ."-ssociatiOIlS of all lands do not tolerate ('V('11 tlw discussion uf the mulj· vation of such killing, The judges who senteneeand the executioners !_!O free, no matter how innocent the victim. If, occasionally. after decades, the error can no longt"f be kept hidden. the victim, if alive, must say. "Thank you very much: or, if dead, somebody kneels in prayer at his grave.· But nobody dares attack the true killer. From now onward. it is of no importance whatsoever what fills the protocols, whether it is forbiddt"n to have the Earth circle around the

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The socially pathological acts of the Emotional Plague beJon!t before a Board of Social Psyc1lilltry. The criminal results of an ("motional conspiracy belong before a Boanl of Judice. Politicians, that is people who are not concerned with [actuol truth but solely with interests of ,wu:er, have no access to either the factual functions nor to the judicial consequences of an Emotional Con.fpiracy. This is an entirely Hl'~lAS affair. This affair transgresses all party lines with their narrow interests of vote-getting. It is a matter of international interest today, ami not only one country, it trallsgT('.s.~e1i national borderlines. just as Life itself transgresses all human borders and factional limitations. This is the new fact in the lives of nil of us, This fact has far reaehing consequences. It is of grt'at importance to recognize the emotional element of conspiracy as the true basis of its merely political manlfestatious. Human emotion, and not politics. is a primary function of society everywhere. From this it follows that the Board of Sociol Pftyc1lifltry serves n more basic function in society than the Board of Justice. It is one of the New Fads in our lives that is becomjn~ evident now. \Ve \It>gin to recognize that true justice must finally step out of its present, merely formalistic, 1(>~ali5tic procedures nnd include the llflman, till' emotional, the foctllol element, in other words, the FUNOAMENTAL element underJyin~ tilt' administrntion of social justiC(' in human affairs; only ~Tt~at jnstices were able to practice it heretofore. C.onfid('nce in justice must

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I am directing tbis communicatlon to all who know iny work and to those who, in the course of events, will learn to know about it. This is only Q survey of the factual situation; an extensive presentation will be pubhshed at a later date. \V e shan survey: A. The procedures of the FDA; B. The basic issues involved in the Clifford Injunction: C. The f~lctllal. Iegal and moral position of Orp;ollnllly. A. The Procedures of tile FDA 1. From the historical material collected and printed in the Volume A-XIJ-EP MCONSPIRACl'" MAli Emotional Chain-reaction", it emerges une-quivocally that the action of the FDA Originated not in a bona fide 1mestigation of a' new medical remedy, hut from the he~inning. m; a prejudiced, mala lid.. persecution of a discovery, executeel on ]It'half of powerful pharmaceutic interests, unknown to us because they op('ratt' behind the scenes. Their intent was not only to kill the discovery, hut to get the discoverer into jail as .1 fraudulent person; marl well, all this was set bcjore t]ll' investigation n.·ally carne under way in HJ.t7-1948. At that time the conspirators, mechanists in pathology and neuropsychiatrists, were in collusion to destroy Orgonomy with eonspirators among politicians. 2, This conspiracy on the part of pharmeceutic producers in the US.\ .. IIsing slander and ealumni, developed like an emotional chainreaction: it involved the A.~f.A't the Consumer's Union, several prominent newspapers .md periodicals; and otlwrs; it was .t trm' {'onflal-tmtiou on the social scene. This conflagration rail its course on its own power. But, like a fOTest fire, It was started by a carelessly (or €IeIiberately ) thrown burning match; this match fell among tinder-dry wood hrush. The match-thrower was the red fascist sniper, Ill' and his followers had to do no more than throw the burning match. As in tnt' affairs of the UN, here, too, the po]Wca)Jy organi::.ed emotional "ltI~IIC rode toward evil goals on the back of the unorganized emotionol "la~"c, ill dishone-st busine-ss, corrupt medicine. politic'llly biased per50l!S, judge'S; attorneys, etc. 3. Once under way in this manne-r thl' mala fide nature of tfw FDA illn·,.tig~ltioll ('\'(,r since 19-17 had nil the earmarks of iIl-willl'(l, irratiolltil ndion. TIJis Was IihoWII. among other matters, in Slid. prot'todures
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a. The)' carefully avoided to take into eonsideration any case tbat was clearly !ipealdng against their preconceived plan to destroy Orgonomy. (Sec cases by Dr. S. Tropp. Lung Cancer, and others.) h. They refused to cooperate with the discoverer who offert"d to introduce them into the new research territory. They intended, like all bad government, to proceed on mere political authority. c. They started the investigation in 1947 with sexual defamation. This was stopped as SOOn as it was detected. by vigorous protests and withdrawal, of our cooperation. (See their behavior at Oruone 11l!>"tJ; tute Press, in CO]l;SPlltACL) d. They refused to Iearn what this discovery W~lS all about. Control of discoveries c·mnot .. be carried out with soch emotional bilck-

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The complaint of the FJ)A is factually intil1l'ately interconnected with a basic social issue which, at -present, is reverberating in till' lives of all of us here and abroad. Abraham Lincoln once said. -Whnt I do say is that no man is good enough to govern another man without that other's consent. say this is a leading principle, the sheet anchor of Anwrican republicanism."

At this point. I could l"'lSily declare "I refuse to be gUH'nlt'd in mv basic natura] research activities hy tht' Food and Drt1~ .~dmi!1istratio!l," But exactly here, in this constitutinnal right of mine, till' hask' coufusioll in the interpretation of Natura] and Common Law becomes apparent. There are conspirators around whose aim it is to destroy human happiness and self-gcverument. b now tit(' right of tlw consllirator to ravage humanity tilt' same at; my right to free, unimpeded inquiry? It ohviously is HOT nIE lAME nUNC:. J shall not try to answer this basic dilemma of American socjt·ty nt the present. I shall only open an IlPllrlNu.'h to thit; It'Jtill and fndllill (tilC'mma. It .UUi u lot to do with the lxw;ition of the complainant. tTyin~ to ('njoin the (~Xll('riml-l1tnl and ·th~otk·tll fm.l"tinm. n( lift, in its ('nlOtiolllll. f'ducationul. aKiat f'CO..omk. iutdll'(.iuul oml 1I1('(Ik-ul lllplil·utiun.o;. i ,~" ...~;f~.'

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Man's right to know. to inquire, to make bonn fide errors, to investigate human emotions must, by all means, be safe, if the word FREEDOM should ever he more than an empty political slogan. If painstakingly elaborated and published findings over a period of 30 years could not convince this administration, or will not be able to convince any other social administration of the true nature of the discovery of the Life Energy, no litij;!ation in any court anywhere will ever helP to do so. I. therefore, submit. in the name of truth and justice. that I shan not appear in court as the "defendant" against a plaintiff who by his -mere complaint already has shown his ignorance in matters of. natural . science, I do so at the risk of being, by mistake, fully enjoined in all mv activities. Such an injunction would mean practically exactly nothing at all. ~Iy discovery of the Lift' Energy is today widdy known nearly an over the globe, in hundreds of institutions. whether acclaimed or cursed. It can no longer be stopped by IUlyone, no matter what happens to me. Orgone Energy Accumulators, the "device'S" designed to eoncontrate cosmic Orgone Energy. and thus to make it available to further research in medicine. biology and physk'S,· are being huiJt today in many lands. without my knowledge and consent, and even without nny royalt} payments. 0 u the basis of these considerntions, I submit that the ~l5(' uguin!it (~IMlOIn)' ht, tnkcll out of conrt ('Ompl,·kl),. WILHELM HEICH. M.D. " Clmirmall uf Bask I\('I('J"'" '~. t: Dat(': February 22. 1054 of nu: WIUiU.M m:lcn...,.,x~

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The folloU:ing is all exact copy of the original protocol «riucn by Dr. EVil Reich on OROP EP of Marcil 22 and 23, 1954. OROP EP tras I)lmllled, executed and successfully concluded witl, ensuing. rainstorm as I"edirted and designee! immediately after tile receipt of till' Decree of Injunction" handed doicn by Fetlcru} Judge Clifford of Porl/und, Maille, rcglmlinl!, the distrihution by tlu: U'RI" ;11 imerstatc COllllllr'rce of the Orgonc Energy Accumulators. This injunction IW·Y the filll" result of a conspiracy behind the scenes, engineered by Red Fascists ill 19-17.49, complied u:UI, und illstigfltecl by drug and cosmetic IIUlIIlIftlctllrcrs, fIIlknown to us, ;n collusto» witll 80me neurologists 011(1 SlIr{!.t'"OIl$ of the . New Jersey Neurological Association, 01$0 unknou:n to us. mltl executed , by indiciduals posing as bono fiele inspectors of tire Food (III(/ Drtu; Administration of tlse [7. S. Government. '" R refllsed to be drugged info and humiliated in court by 81lch criminal acts ofillll'('r1i'Il'IICl' and bad faith. . The Orgone Institute ha« denied lilly authority {III matters of Basic Research in general and Organa",,, in Imrliculor to either government, court or e.atablisl&ed commercial interests since matters of Basic Research are, tI$ the IJaris of our existence, ,uI>rclIll' and call1lot be decided "pOll in court. A18O: EftablUlled knowledge mllst hace liD authority ever to decide Wl11U is NEW knowledge If fuctoolly, 'llljllstllkill~ly presented. OROP EP u~ardesigned '0 protect tile intm.sioll of our «ientific tcrritory by individuals ond organ;:.ation.~ ,,,compete'nt in our realm of 1mou:lc{lge; It ,,·a, 0 coml,lete success. It did no: only wove ouct' ".OT('
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lind that of Federal Judge Clifford of Portland, AlaillC'. We are flooclill:! tI,C East tiS !IOU arc drying out till' SOlltl.west. l'OIl do not ,)loy lcit" IICriolls natural 8cientific basic research?
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At 4 P.~J. Bill MoisE" was called at Hancock. \lailw. and asked to draw two or three hours from the cast. Summary uf draws (all ckmdbusters with 10 pipes extended 16 feet): 1 hr. 3:30-4:00 P.~f. from east, 3 eloudbusters, OrgOIlOl1 (not moved). 3 Ius. 4:30-7:30 P.~f. from ENE, 1 eloudbusn-r, Hancock (moved}. S hrs, 6:30-9:30 P.~f. from east, 3 cloudbusters, Orgonon (not moved). ~

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It should not be inferred from OROI' Ep that procedures such as the newspaper puhiicity and using the Cloudbuster with political undt"rtOllt's is the usual practice of the Orgoue Institute. Rather. OROJ> £1' represented the immediate reaction of a natural scientist who. nfter spending: three decades and several hundred thousand dollars foJ· lowing ~ht, discovery of the Lift' Energy, was rewarded for his ("£forts with the slap in the Face of the uuennstitutional and irrilticmal Clifford Injunction. Even then considerable restraint was !llmwl' in that at 1M' tinw' was the fuJI powf'r of the Orgone Institute's Cloudbnster-potential used,

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OHOP EP was designed to protest the intrusion into our scientific territory hy individuals and organizations incompetent in our realm of lnowlt'C:lgt'. It tooL:. place immediately following receipt of the Clifford

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On 'larch 22l1d three inlarul eloudbusters and one on the coast drew a total of 15 eloudbuster-hours from the east with all pipt's open and fully extended. This was the first time that such a battery of cloudbusters has ever been used. This draw changed the whole weather pattern, and forecast adjustments followed rapidly. On March 23rd three cloudbusters drew from tlu- northeast for n total of three cloudbnster hours. again with all pipes open and fully exte-nded. The first draw frOln the east hUilt up the potential to the west and drew moisture in from the ocean. TIl(' M'(.·olUldraw drew n~ainst the Galactic Stream and built up the potential to the southwest, Snow began to fall two hours after the second draw, but the existillJ!: dwught tendency was too stron~ and it took one mort' dav for it to build up. On Marcil 25th ruin fell from one end of th e continent to the> ether, rnininJt in 45 out of 48 statt's-5iJtnifying a successful conclusion to OROI' EP.

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faces. PeopJe art> becoming lick of fooli5~~.1:~::-·· Ioohshness, _of fruitless, meaninuless work, of irrntlonaJ -..cfWry ill ~(·I}{'raJ. At the snm(' time' there is confusion, and (_·(mtiutk-deiUlon. t"Srw.'(.·iaU)'on tbe part nf om "authorities", of our real prob1ems.)'uch of the ('ollfusion ;5 R din-et physical result of hnmobilization by IJOft. .) but there is also a confusion which is the bewilderment Ih;ng In a world which tries to turn itsbacl on apocaJ)'ptic events and proceed about business as usual. TIlt" world now dCSPCUiiely needs what urgmwmr can do -foi it, ~peciallr in the field of cosmic orgone engineeriug. and it 'yill be cominl! to 'ViIIU'lm Reich for hr-lp. Meanwhile, Heleh has not been waiting to have a magnum of champagne launch his cloudbuster fn an official cvremony. As"a responsible inhahitaut of a land, and of a world, In 11't:ra\,{' ~ll1t'r~t'nc}' situation, he is goin)! ahead and doin~ what he can to understand and deal with the emergency. (Oth('rs will tal..l' nutiC(' and .foJ]o\v. ) , Since the Wilhelm Reich Foundation is not endowed by anyone, hut has suffered loss of fnnds through the injunction, W(' have undertaken to collect money not only for the legal fund. but also (or OROP Desert, that is, (or the work of reversing, through cosmic orJ!OIwen~jn('{>rillg, the calamitous process of desert development. TIlat is the important work now, of the world. We hope many of ),OU wiJ1 want to participate by sending eontrihutions either to OROP Desert, or to the Orgone Legal Fund. The work of OHOP Desert is the rnon- essential of the two. for 0))\';on5 reasons, the desert is a problem compared to which the injunction is merely a nuisance. (Checks shouJd be made payable to ~OROP Desert", or to "The Orgone Legal Fund" and mould be sent to William Steig. P. O. Box 174, Lakewood, N. J.) \V(" want to thank you again for your fine response, in the form of contributions and of haart.ming aniWei'S full of good spirit, to 00:first Jetter. There is 1:000l reason for an optimistic outlook Though we are lX'!ooc>t with serious dangers. there are also indications .thnt we are slowly df'v(>lopinp; an immunity to DOR; that our cores are expanding and gaining strength in the fight with DOR; that we are being pushed towardli health. Sincerely yours,

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"'e wish to inform your good offices, thut ill tl)(· cours« of October, 1954, the Orgonc Institute Prl'SS will resume- its normal funt1iou of Hlling orders for books in the realm of naturul lOCil'm'f' <UU} urgullomic medicine. TIllS decision was made when it was ast't·rlnhwd. bevond all~' reasonable douht, that the injunction of \tan.'h 19th. 19.>4,' was pursued and ohtained in a criminal manner by :\Ios(.·uw·din.'l·lt'd. :\1lll'ri(.·iUI conspirators. \Ve are It"uding. for your files, a \'OJUIll(' of fli(' Histor)" of tfle Discovery of the Life Energy which tIll' Or~U1ll' Institute i$ sC'nding out in connection with this fact. It was felt that the District Court in Portland should lK' iufurnwd 011 this step, Should the District Court in Portland haw ilny uhj(>(:tiolls to tht> resumption of til(> normal scientific ncth'ities of the O"~OIll' Institute and its affiliated organizations. information to this ("ff('{·t wuuld Ill' appreciated, It is out of deep respect for the hasic priudples of truth and justice, in whose b«:-half American courts art' Illlldioninj,t. that tilt' Or~o,,(' Institute is proceeding to fulfill its scientific <lint medical SirK"'tely yoUts. (Signed) Wmiam Moise duties.

Oranur \\leather Control Operatr» On order from the Orgol1c Jnstitutl' On behalf of the Or~ollc lnstitutt' Press. Sent: History of the Di8coocry of Life E,U!r~y Coae Vol. VI. Nos. 1-4 (.'C. Office of the President of the USA Mrs. Hobby, Secretary, Department of Health, Education Rnd Wf'lfare ' Commander. Air Technical Intelligence Center, -V.S. Air Foro.' J. Edgar Hoover, Director. Federal Bureau of Invellitigation //

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Jamlary S. 1955 Route 6, Box 281 Tucson, ."ozona ~lichael Silvert, M.D. 50 Grow Street Nt'\\' ,,'or" ~ity 14. N. Y.

Dear Dr. Silvert: J must correct several wrong assumptions contained i'S prorl·!'\~t·(l opinion» of the jU~l> in Portland and the lawyer representing the physicians who interferred with the injunction: 1. I have never rented out aeeomulators, and 1 have never received a penny for the medical use of 01\ energy. 2. I have never handled any addresses of consumers, except in my research till 1945. I am, therefore. in no position or authority to order any 01\ accumulators back from the users. ThOSf' who prescribe are incharge. 3. I have never sold 1000 accumulators as falsely announced by tht' conspirators and a!(ents of the pharmaceutic industry. Only about 40 accumulators were sold to my knowledge, 4. I have never consented to the iujunetion. TIlt' clerk of the 'VHF had, on pressure from the lawyer, ~fr. Richardson, Informed the DA's office that the \VRF was preparing for compliance. 1 have, thereupon, lugp:ested the .us,)('n8ion of tlu! WRF. 5. I have, quite on the contrary. in my response and in a warning Cll'lli("(l the FDA any authority whatsoever 011 matters of hasi(' natural science in general and OR en('1'~y in particular. The same is tn«- fur both court and government. New discoveries require new administrative laws .' lest the established interests be invested with power to prevent discoveries from becoming efft'Cti\'e. 32

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