DOR Deadly ORgone
stagnated atmospheric energy
To explore the possibility of using the orgone accumulator against radiation sickness, Reich placed a milligram of radium in an orgone accumulator in a preliminary experiment.
The concentrated orgone energy attacked the nuclear energy, but in the process transformed itself into a form hostile to life: DOR - Deadly Orgone. DOR has largely the same physical properties as orgone, but has a destructive effect on living structures: Reich and his co-workers became seriously ill. Everyone exposed to this atmosphere suffered exacerbations of individual illnesses as well as symptoms of radiation sickness. Reich suffered three heart attacks and eventually died a few years later as a result of this experiment.
The DOR could be dissipated in water using metal pipes and tubes. Reich thus discovered the principle that orgone energy and DOR could be drained from the atmosphere.
The atmosphere, which was previously alive but then stagnated into DOR, is the cause of desertification: The atmosphere loses the ability to form clouds, collect water and rain. The soil also loses the ability to bind water and no longer forms soil flora and fauna. By dissipating stagnated energy in water - cloudbusting - natural processes in the atmosphere can take effect again.