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WILHELM REICH IN THE 21st CENTURY:
2007 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ORGONOMY
Saddleback Mountain Lodge - Rangeley, Maine
July 29 - August 1, 2007
While we are still finalizing the design and details of our program,
we are proud and honored to announce the following list of
presenters (and are waiting to hear back from many others).
More detailed biographies of all of our presenters will be posted
in January 2007.
Peter Crist, M.D.
President - American College of Orgonomy
Princeton, New Jersey (USA)
James DeMeo, Ph.D
Director - Orgone Biophysics Research Laboratory
Ashland, Oregon (USA)
Alberto Foglia, M.D.
Carlos Frigola, M.D.
Fundación Wilhelm Reich España
Clínica de Medicina Orgonómica
Mary Higgins & Kevin Hinchey
The Wilhelm Reich Infant Trust & The Wilhelm Reich Museum
Rangeley, Maine (USA)
Conny Huthsteiner, M.D.
Vice President - Institute of Orgonomic Science
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (USA)
Centre for Orgonomic Research and Education (CORE)
Preston, Lancashire, UK.
Midwife in the British National Health Service (NHS)
Heiko Lassek, M.D.
Director - Wilhelm Reich Institute
Harry Lewis, M.A., M.S.W., ED.D.
Orgone Therapist & Co-Director (with Daniel Schiff) of
The Institute for the Study of The Work of Wilhelm Reich
New York/Seattle (USA)
Rolf M. Løvvang
Norwegian Institute of Vegetotherapy
Stefan Müschenich, M.D.
Stephen Nagy, M.D.
Psychiatrist & Microscopist (USA)
James Strick, Ph.D
Science historian & Professor
Silver Springs, Maryland (USA)
Among the topics that our presenters will be discussing are:
* Archives of the Orgone Institute (Wilhelm Reich Archives)
* Bion Experiments: Their Context in the History of Science
and their Significance as a Diagnostic Tool
* History of The Wilhelm Reich Infant Trust
* Medical use of orgone energy accumulators in Europe
* Microscopy and the Reich Blood Test
* Orgone therapy: psychiatric, medical, non-medical
* Prevention of armor in children
* Reich's significance for sociology and politics
* and other topics
Because of the magnitude of topics and material to be covered,
and the number of individuals who have generously offered to
be presenters, we've slightly revised our initial conference design
from a year ago. We'll have more details in our January Update,
but the general schedule of events will be the following:
SUNDAY EVENING - JULY 29, 2007
Sign-in. Reception & Music at Saddleback Mountain Lodge
(We urge people to arrive early in Rangeley to visit Orgonon in the
afternoon, and to enjoy the beauty of the Rangeley Lakes Region.)
MONDAY - JULY 30, 2007
Free Evening: Orgone Energy Observatory at Orgonon
will be open for Conference attendees to visit
TUESDAY - JULY 31, 2007
WEDNESDAY - AUGUST 1, 2007
Afternoon: Historic Tour of Orgonon
* Conference Building (formerly Reich's Student Laboratory)
* Orgone Room, with a presentation on The Oranur Experiment
* Reich's two cottages on the shores of Dodge Pond
* The Orgone Energy Observatory
* Reich's original cloudbusters
* Fields, forests, and trails on Orgonon's 175 acres
Late Afternoon: Cook-out & Lobster Bake at Orgonon, with music
CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FEE - $225
STUDENT RATE with valid student ID - $125
A wide variety of accommodations are available in the Rangeley
region. Condominiums at Saddleback Mountain. Hotels, motels,
and bed & breakfasts in Rangeley and Oquossoc. Lakefront
cottages and other rental properties. As well as outdoor camping,
including lakeshore and wilderness sites.
Renting a condo or cottage with a group of people is an ideal
way to economize. And think about coming up on Saturday,
or staying a day or two following the Conference to better enjoy
the Rangeley Lakes area. For those who prefer lakefront rentals,
we urge you to plan ahead since the Conference is being held
during the summer season.
For more information contact:
Rangeley Lakes Chamber of Commerce
P. O. Box 317, Rangeley, ME 04970
For Reservations and Further Information,
Toll Free 1-800-MT-LAKES
Outside USA and Canada 1-207-864-5364
Toll Free: 866-918-8225
Phone: (207) 864-5671
FAX: (207) 864-5878