Good intentions alone will not cure you. BE CAREFUL!
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- Good intentions alone will not cure you. BE CAREFUL!
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People have freedom of speech, and although that's somewhat trumped by the Webmaster's iron fist (often for good reason), they're still generally allowed to spout whatever lies they want to on this website. I respect that, since I can not have free speech for myself if you do not have it either. However...
The Doctrine promoted by some people on this website is based solely on placebo, by Newport's own admission, since it was inspired by the EPFX and SCIO devices. The creator of these devices (a promiscuous transsexual named William Nelson, who now goes by the name Desire Dubounet) also admits it takes advantage of the placebo. And is that wrong? No. The placebo can actually have healing effects; decades of extensive scientific research prove this.
The problem lies in their claims that it is "Rife" therapy "Orgone" therapy. It is not. A very cursory glance at Rife's research notes, publicly available online, as well as Reich's books quickly disproves every single one of Newport's claims. Somehow, people still fall for it. Every week or so you see another poor sap request to get added onto this fantasy Doctrine.
Natural medicine has survived for centuries because it has been shown to work. Testimonials and cured patients are proof enough that a therapy works, and works well.
If you apply this measuring stick to the Doctrine, it fails miserably. There is not a single cured person. Not a single cured testimonial. The same people are still complaining on the same forum, over a year later since this so-called therapy was first published and since they began doing it. Some of them are actually worse. One recently posted about having several heart attacks in just a matter of days. Go take a look at the last 15-20 threads in the hijacked Rife forum, it's there, titled something about Lyme plasmids. She is relying on the Doctrine for her health. I truly fear for her, but what can one do, when one is so set in their ways and will not look any other way? It breaks one's heart to not be able to do anything but watch them kill themselves out of negligence to their bodies.
There are just so many flaws in the claims.
-Newport tells them to eat raw sugar, by the tablespoon, in the form of barley malt. Sugar feeds all parasites, yeasts, and bacteria, and instantly disables white blood cells. Is it any surprise why they are still ill?
-He tells them to insert heavy metals into salt water using electricity, and then drink it. He says this "inserts negative ions" into the water, while in the same sentence, admitting that it uses a positive square wave to do so. Contradictions like these are all over the place.
-The claims about orgone, etc. are all absolute bogus and do not stand up to the research. They heavily insult Royal Rife and Wilhelm Reich, and spit on their graves, every time they make their claims.
Here's why. One of the things Reich was so adamant about was preventing the "mystification of the Cosmic Life Energy", his own exact words). He knew people would try to explain it in mystical terms. He stressed that such delusions were the result of armoring, a very real condition. Anyone who deludes themselves in mysticism is heavily armored and needs some serious psychological treatment.
What do these people on the hijacked Rife forum go and do? They start attaching talk of angels, dragons, demons, and spells onto their bogus claims about Orgone energy. A tremendous kick in Reich's face. He would be spinning in his grave if he could read all this.
-Aluminum and any toxic material, when used in an orgone accumulator, will cause the Orgone in the device to exert an exponentially magnified harmful effect. All of the devices Newport tells his followers to use contain aluminum and toxic resin; the latter which contains benzene and numerous carcinogenic solvents. The energetic signature of these is imprinted onto the effect of the device. Read the Orgone Accumulator Handbook by James DeMeo for more information, or you know, just read Reich's work, like people should be doing in the first place before believing baloney on the Internet.
-There is no such thing as an EMF blocker. Newport tells people to put Orgone accumulators near EMF sources. He unfortunately falls for the grand fraud created by Don Croft and other misinformation artists. Reich was extremely clear on this subject. Read about the Oranur experiment, a research tragedy for Reich that occurred at his laboratory. It caused him, his daughter, and all of his research assistants tremendous pain and suffering for several weeks. It proved that high electromagnetic frequencies create an extremely harmful effect upon Orgone energy. At first, they experienced a surge of energy, like a high from drugs, and then shortly after, they began to feel terrible, depressed, and physically ill.
I repeat, there is no way to block EMF, other than through abstinence from said electromagnetic fields. If something truly blocked EMF coming from, say, a cellphone, the reception of the cellphone would completely fall flat. This does not happen with any of the devices Newport tells you to buy.
-Another thing Wilhelm Reich was very clear on. Orgone energy is everywhere. It can not be owned, it can not be sold, and no one can profit off of it. That is the beauty of it. It penetrates all matter. You have Orgone inside of you right now. You would be dead if you didn't. I have Orgone inside me right now, as I am typing this. There is Orgone in my desk. There is Orgone in my chair. It is absolutely everywhere, or at least wherever there is life.
Why then does Newport tell people they have to buy expensive contraptions so they can "receive Orgone" and "pray to it"? Do you see now? Every single one of their claims goes completely against those great scientific geniuses that they claim to worship. They continually insult, spit on, and degrade Reich and Rife's work. They make all their claims under the banner of "Rife therapy" and "Orgone therapy" in order to give their own sham of a therapy some sense of legitimacy. And they're really proud of it.
But they're so deeply invested in their delusion, and have been for so long, that they feel threatened by any attempts to show them the evidence of their falsehoods. I do not believe they do what they do in order to hurt others - I don't get the feeling they are bad people. I do get the feeling they simply have enormous egos, and do not like to be proven wrong, no matter how utterly wrong they actually are. When they have invested so much time and money into their dogma, their egos would be terribly hurt if they had to suddenly make a 180 on their bogus claims, claims they've unfortunately tried spreading and evangelizing.
Egotism is a sign of armoring, by the way, which further supports Reich's claim that people who try to explain the world around them with blind mysticism are heavily armored and neurotic people who need serious therapy.
As said previously, people have the right to spout whatever they want to on this website.
You can't stop it. All one can do is plead with the sick people who come onto this website for help. Beg them to do their research first before falling for the blatant lies. If one is ill, one has to be responsible and do. their. research! - they owe it to themselves, their bodies and their families. With the World Wide Web at your disposal, you have no justifiable excuse not to.
Wilhelm Reich's work is available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and from the Reich museum in Maine. One of them, the "Selected Writings" book, includes only the most important parts of his work, for those people who do not have time to read all of his books. If even this is not an option, you can actually read his books from your web browser, for free, for short periods on books.google.com. Some of his books are even available at libraries now, as interest in his work has blossomed in the last decade. You owe it to yourself to read them, if at least to prove to yourself whether Newport and his crew are a sham or not.
I have not even touched on the issue of Royal Rife yet. As mentioned previously, the Oranur experiment proved that high frequencies make Orgone toxic. Reich actually had to dismantle his accumulators after the experiment. Why then did Newport for a long time tell people to use frequencies about 1 MHz?
Secondly, why does Newport call his therapy Rife therapy, when he no longer even tells people to use frequencies? He now says Rife therapy is dangerous and people should just rely on prayer to their angels instead. Well, yes, he's right partially on the first part - frequencies above the audio range are definitely dangerous to the human body! I'm glad he at least admits that now!
Third, Newport tried to assert that Rife's frequencies will never be known. Incorrect. I proved him wrong on that very same thread. If his dowsing was so reliable how could he not have known they were already published decades ago? The global Rife community has long had access to Rife's actual original research notes, including a page where he kept a list of his frequencies.
I urge you all to do your research and investigate all claims on this website. You do not want to end up winning a Darwin Award. There are many people who are good-hearted, and they simply want to help, but their help may be the very poison that will lead you to your grave. Be very careful.
Good intentions alone will not cure you- unless you just happen to be the lucky 20-30% that get cured by placebo. If you happen to be such a case, congratulations, you are a lucky one. May you only become healthier. For the rest of us, playing Russian Roulette with our lives and the lives of loved ones is just not an option.
Best wishes to all.
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