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Wilhelm Reich, for one, a noted Austrian psychoanalyst, claimed to have
witnessed various UFO crafts and believed that these aliens are hostile. Such aliens
wish to rob Earth of orgone, a "cosmic life energy allegedly present in air, water,
and all organic matter (Life 52)." He proceeds to say that saucers run on this orgone
energy, hence exhuming a bluish color due to "orgone exhaust." Moreover, orgone
exhaust is "deadly orgone (Life)," causing sickness in people and creating parched
desert where ever the crafts land.
witnessed various UFO crafts
exhuming a bluish color
Originally posted by rollerpaxen
So changes in brain chemistry can make us see different colors?
Originally posted by loner007
Hmm reminds me of 2000ad character Slaine. In his many adventures he fought the evil Gods who was bringing war and strife and feeding of the negative energy man produces in buckets. These Gods travelled to Earth in ships or through portals.
Nature has stored up in the universe infinite energy. The eternal
recipient and transmitter of this infinite energy is the ether.
THERE is no subject more captivating, more worthy of study, than
nature. To understand this great mechanism, to discover the forces which
are active, and the laws which govern them, is the highest aim of the
intellect of man. Nature has stored up in the universe infinite energy. The
eternal recipient and transmitter of this infinite energy is the ether. The
recognition of the existence of ether, and of the functions it performs, is one
of the most important results of modern scientific research. The mere
abandoning of the idea of action at a distance, the assumption of a medium
pervading all space and connecting all gross matter, has freed the minds of
thinkers of an ever present doubt, and, by opening a new horizon new and
unforeseen possibilities has given fresh interest to phenomena witli which
we are familiar of old. It has been a great step towards the understanding
of the forces of nature and their multifold manifestations to our senses.