Von: Joel Carlinsky
Datum: Mittwoch, 16. März 2005 00:08
Wow! I seem to have stirred up a hornets' nest! And, inevitably, the term ''emotional plague'' gets tossed around. DeMeo and his followers are nothing if not predictable. I read the latest ORGONSTAR posting, and want to add a few points. First, the cloudbusting work DeMeo did in Israel with help from his friends in Germany and Greece, was accompanied by severe cold throughout the Middle East as far south as Kartoum and as far east as India. Other effects included 22 people dead in a snowslide in the mountains in Turkey. This can be verified by comparing the dates he was working with the data from the National Climate Data Center. Whatever good he did in bringing rain, he caused a disaster in other ways. I sent evidence of this to the Berlin group, but never heard anything to show they had paid any attention. Second, when I visited Germany in the early 90s, DeMeo had found out I was going, and contacted every European Reichian he knew to ORDER them not to talk to me. While several in Switzerland did meet with me, most of the German Reichians followed his orders and refused to see me. One, Peter Nasselstien, became violently profane on the phone when I called him to set up an appointment. He was screaming and swearing for a long time over the phone. Another, Bernd Senf, lied to me and said that he had lost all interest in orgonomy now. Two, Heiko Lassek and Bernard Harrer, did meet with me, and told me they were almost thrown out of the Berlin group for insisting on their right to do so. Dr. Manfred Fukurt refused to talk to me. So did Helmut Kolitzas. All this in spite of the fact that Eva Reich had urged the German Reichian group to meet with me and told them I had a lot of very interesting new information on orgone physics to tell them. This is not the behavior of scientists. It is the behavior of cultists, following orders from their leader. Is it any wonder that I simply wrote them all off as a cult of followers of DeMeo?
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