A one day orgonomy conference on April 11th, 2015 at the University of Pennsylvania, Claudia Cohen Hall, room G17. Admission: $40, students $15 | No one will be turned away due to financial hardship. This will be an introduction to Orgonomy, the work of Wilhelm Reich, MD.
Trained in medicine and a student of Sigmund Freud, Reich took to the laboratory to determine if Freud’s concept of libido was quantitatively measurable. His electrophysiological experiments led to his “discovery” of microscopic vesicles (he called them “bions”), which Reich hypothesized were instrumental in originating life from nonliving matter.
Finally, a factually accurate, full-length documentary film about Reich has been meticulously researched and written, and a serious effort is now underway to fund this film. This documentary will not only correct the distorted narratives about Reich, but will also educate viewers about the potential benefits of Reich’s work for today’s medicine and science.
Sunday, October 12 at 3 PM – Philadelphia Ethical Society, 1906 Rittenhouse Sq., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
An Exhibition and Sale of 22 of Dr. Morton Herskowitz’s original watercolors. Musical entertainment will be provided by Mr Andy Kahn.