Essentially, the article suggests plants that were exposed to “pucks” of orgonite — featuring a simple mix of resin, metal shavings and crystal — generally produced larger and more significant vegetables.
Okay, you’re probably asking the same thing I am at this point: “What in the name of Joe Willie Namath is ‘orgonite’?”
Fortunately for you, within my limited skills set is an uncanny ability to use Google and Wikipedia to get to the bottom of such mysteries, and then bring them back here for your reading convenience!
From Wikipedia —
Orgone energy is an idea which was proposed and promoted in the 1930s by psychoanalyst Wilhelm Reich, who originated the term to describe a universal life force. Beginning with a materialist concept of the Freudian libido, Reich ultimately came to see orgone as a massless, omnipresent substance, similar to luminiferous aether, but more closely associated with vital, living energy than inert matter.
Not surprisingly, Reich had a hard time selling his tough-to-prove concept to the mainstream science establishment. Part of his numerous experiments included efforts with “cloudbusters” — devices he created to drain clouds of their orgone and thereby freeing the rains trapped within. Despite decades of work by Reich and his followers, no definitive proof of orgone and its effects was ever established.
Of course, that hasn’t stopped others from following up on Reich’s ideas — hence, sites like orgonite.info, where the many benefits of orgonite are extolled.
From that site —
This is not a joke, or a game, or an advertisement. This is not a business opportunity. We don’t want your money. Orgonite vendors exist only to serve those who are not able to or interested in making orgonite themselves. Orgonite does not require belief or conscious intention in order to work. This is not a religion, a cult, or a product of disinformation of any kind. This has nothing whatsoever to do with the “new age movement.”
We have found that tactical deployment of orgonite (e.g., “gifting”) by throwing, hiding or burying it near sources of electromagnetic radiation or other pollution or in polluted areas, such as near cellphone/TV/radio towers, power plants, in lakes, rivers and ocean harbors, has a powerful and noticeable effect on the area. The skies get clearer and return to the deep blue color you remember from your childhood, complete with normal puffy white clouds. Water pollution levels decrease precipitously, as documented in Toronto, Ontario. Drought conditions are reversed, as documented in South Africa and in Death Valley, California. The general mood or “vibe” in the area improves dramatically as people are kinder, happier and more easy-going. Neighbors either become friendlier or suddenly leave town. A renewed sense of hope begins to pervade the community. We have seen this effect in our own communities as a direct result of tactical orgonite gifting, and have found it truly self-empowering, but don’t take our word for it. Try it yourself and see what happens!
Blue skies, decreased pollution, friendlier neighbors — can it cure cancer and fix the effects of global warming, too?
For the record, I’ve never come into contact with orgonite and have absolutely no idea if it works or not. But I understand the skepticism. As I tell my kids, “If something sounds too good to be true, then it usually is.”
But hey, the apparent beauty of orgonite is that it’s something you can make yourself for a very reasonable cost. Considering the vast benefits, maybe it’s worth the investment? Any takers?