Ether, God & Devil & Cosmic Superimposition

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780374509910
  • Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
  • Publication date: 2/28/1972
  • Pages: 260
  • Sales rank: 578,127
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Wilhelm Reich, a native of Austria, was born in 1897. His many works include Listen, Little Man!, Character Analysis, and The Mass Psychology of Fascism. He died in 1957.

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Table of Contents

Ether, God and Devil
I The Workshop of Orgonomic Functionalism 3
II The Two Basic Pillars of Human Thought: "God" and "Ether" 13
III Organ Sensation as a Tool of Natural Research 53
IV Animism, Mysticism, and Mechanistics 77
V The Realm of the Devil 121
VI Cosmic Orgone Energy and "Ether" 139
Cosmic Superimposition
I Stage and Meadow 165
II Survey on Man's Roots in Nature 173
III The Function of Superimposition 181
IV The Living Orgonome 193
V Superimposition in Galactic Systems 225
VI The Ring of the Aurora Borealis, R--76 239
VII The Meaning of R--76 249
VIII The Rooting of Reason in Nature 277
Bibliography of Works by Reich on Orgone Energy 299
Glossary 303
Index 305
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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 31, 2013

    Raghn aka violet

    Yay! i was hoping for a part with ryder or jasmine as the povs read my story at unknown res one

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 30, 2013

    Silver

    When does Joden come in? Remember, he looks like Harry Potter but no scar or glasses and he know wha is going on.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 30, 2013

    Diana, Raining Fire

    (Thank you, Jenna)
    RYDER
    I blinked. It was still there. Presents, wrapped in red and green. "Am I still dreaming?"
    "It's real." Jasmine was pulling a piece of rope out of her sweatshirt. "I saved this from when you guys came." She fashioned it into a sort of lasso and looped it around one that clearly said JASMINE, then RYDER, then PENELOPE.
    I looked at her. "When did you learn /that/?"
    "I don't know." Jasmine pulled open hers. "Whoa!" She almost dropped it.
    "What is it?" Penny spat another piece of rope out of her mouth, and I was surprised to see she had knawed through at least half of the ropes.
    Wordlessly, Jasmine held up a long dagger and unsheathed it. Jewels such as rubies, emeralds, saphires, and amethysts were imbedded in the golden hilt. The surface was silver and polished to a shine. Then she reached into the box again. "Whoa!" She shouted again. A bow and a quiver, filled with arrows.
    "Where did this come from?" I used my feet to pull mine towards me.
    "Santa Claus!" Penny squealed.
    "It does make sense," Jasmine said thoughtfully. "I doubt the crazy kidnapper people would care enough to give us presents."
    "True." I used my teeth to rip open the package and got a paper cut on my tongue. "Ow!" Then I saw the actual gift. "A sword? What the?" Like Jasmine's dagger, stones were implanted in the golden hilt and the blade sharp and made of a sturdy silver material. I could see my face in it, and was surprised by how weary I looked.
    A clanking noise followed my exclaimation. Jasmine's chains fell to the floor, and she got to her feet, stretching. "Oh, that feels good!" She inspected her dagger. "This could be useful."
    "Um, little help here?" I jerked my head towards my chains.
    "Oh, right." Jasmine swung the dagger, and it cleaved through the metal like warm cheese.
    I rubbed my wrists. "Thanks, Jaz."
    "Hey! Don't forget about me! My feet are alseep!" Penny called out.
    Seeing how frayed the rope was, I pulled at it, and she fell into my arms. "Thank you!" She said sweetly. "Now put me down!" She squirmed free and ran to her gift. It was small, containing a vial filled with a blue liquid. A note was attached, saying, 'Healing vial. Use in emergencies. From, Santa. P. S. Now you three had better believe!'
    I put her down and exchanged a glance with Jasmine. I put my hand on the wall. "There aren't any exits or entrances that I can see. We might have gotten out, but how will we you know, get out?"
    Then something flew through the wall and onto the floor, and I realized things just got complicated.

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