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Annals of the Institute for Orgonomic Science Volume 10

December 2005, No. 1

    • Weather Engineering in Contact with Space: Global Warming and the Planetary Emergency
      by C. Huthsteiner. pp. 1-42
    • Overcoming a Problem of Attachment
      by I. Bertelsen. pp. 43-46
    • Functional Encopresis:  An Overview and an Orgonomic Approach to Treatment, Part I
      by D. Burlage. pp. 47-64
    • Clinical Symposia: Emotions of Anger and Sadness, May 2002
      pp. 65-68
    • Clinical Symposia: Therapy and the Segmental Muscular Armoring, Spring 2002
      pp. 69-90
    • Spirituality and Orgonomy
      by D. Fuckert. pp. 91-94
    • Orgonomy as Treatment for Seizure Disorder
      by M. A. Cullinan. pp. 105-106
    • Is There an Unconscious National Conspiracy Against Children in the United States?
      by M. Rothenberg. pp. 107-114
    • Early Experiences Alter the Baby’s Brain
      by W.J. Cromie. pp. 115-116
    • Summerhill School, 2000
      by S. and A. Anderson. pp. 117-118
Book Reviews:
    • Wilhelm Reich and the Cold War
      by Jim Martin, reviewed by M. Herskowitz. pp. 119-121
    • The All Souls’ Waiting Room
      by Paki Wright, reviewed by H. Brenner. pp. 122-123
    • Wilhelm Reich: Psychoanalyst and Radical Naturalist
      by Robert S. Corrington, reviewed by M. Herskowitz. pp. 124-127
Film Review:
    • It Can be Done, a film by Jon East and Alex Panton
      reviewed by H. Brenner. pp. 128-129