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A Preliminary Study of the Effects of Reich’s Orgone Accumulator on Oats Seed Sprouting and the Structure of Water

Farashchuk N1, Fomitchev-Zamilov M2*, Tsyuman Y1

1Smolensk State Medical Academy, 28 Krupskaya St., Smolensk, Russia, 214019

2Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA 16803, USA

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Key Words: Orgone energy, Orgone accumulator, Structured water, Germination of seeds

Received Sept 30th, 2013; Revised Dec 1st, 2013; Accepted Jan 9th, 2014; Published March 9th, 2014; Available online March 25th, 2014

doi: 10.14294/WATER.2014.1


This paper presents a study of the influence of Reich’s orgone accumulator (ORAC) on water structure, with the aim to explain the effect of ORAC on biological entities. We have used seed germination to quantify the effect of ORAC on biological substances. To study the effect of ORAC on water structure we have analyzed 168 water samples, half of which were controls. We analyzed the samples using the capillary delatometric method and found that the amount of structured water rose significantly if in samples that were kept in ORAC. The structured water has greater biological activity, which can explain a positive effect of Reich’s accumulator on the living subjects.

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