Charles R. Kelley, Ph.D - What Is Orgone Energy?

Charles R. Kelley, Ph.D - What Is Orgone Energy?

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Franz Anton Mesmer called it animal magnetism; Charles von Reichenbach called it odyle. To Henri Bergson it
was the elan vital, the "vital force;" while to Hans Driesch, it was the entelechy. Sigmund Freud observed its
functioning in human emotions and termed it libido. William MacDougall, the great British - American psychologist of
a generation ago, labeled it hormetic energy. Dozens, if not hundreds, of lesser-known scientists, have recognized its
presence and have given it a name to characterize its special properties. Among the 20th-century proponents of the
concept are, for example, Doctors Charles Littlefield and his vital magnetism and George Starr White and his
cosmo-electric energy. Mechanistic science in the 17th through 19th centuries embraced many of its essential
qualities in the concept of the ether, while mystical human beings have embraced other essential qualities of it in the concept of god.