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Bions, the Unforgivable Discovery

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Bions, the Unforgivable Discovery

Wilhelm Reich not only discovered the unique aspect of the aether called orgone energy he also discovered the tiny living particles that were the very building blocks of life itself.

Reich's most suppressed discovery was Bions.

Reich’s most suppressed discovery was Bions.

He called them Bions.

Bions are smaller than cells and simply appear as if by magic from nothing. They are fully animated and combine to form clusters. Almost no medical researchers will go near this, actually no one will. Except for the few true seekers.


Meet Peter Jones.

Not a medical professional by any means, Peter has dived down the bion rabbit hole in a big way and even wrote a book about The history of Bion suppression called Artificers of Fraud. Even his local book shops refused to sell this book. It goes into the hidden history of how bions were suppressed. Perhaps this is the main reason why Reich was so brutally suppressed.

“This is the first book published on the experimental microscopy work of psychoanalyst Wilhelm Reich. It weaves together the work of Reich and shows its precedents in the work of the great botanist Robert Brown, uncovering a story hitherto hidden to science, which has profound consequences for our understanding of the origin of life.

Robert Brown & the history of microscopy
In 1828 Robert Brown (1773–1858), the great botanist and microscopist, claimed he had seen the primal building blocks of life. He published a paper on Active Molecules, in which he described the pulsation seen in particles emerging from bursting pollen grains in water, their apparent spontaneous movement, and their tendency to form groups that themselves moved spontaneously. He made a clear link between his observations and those of earlier workers on the origin of life. A year later he denied that his work had anything to do with the origin of life and his essay has gone down in the history of science as the discovery of ‘Brownian motion.’

Wilhelm Reich & the discovery of the bions
In 1936 Wilhelm Reich (1857–1957), working in exile in Norway, started research on the origin of life and described motile particles similar to those observed by Brown. He named them bions. He claimed he had witnessed the transition from non-life to life. He developed his experiments in great detail and published his findings quite openly. Other researchers could have replicated his experiments to test his findings. They did not. They abused and ridiculed him, and a press campaign against Reich tried to hound him out of the country. His bions were written off as ‘Brownian motion’ or contamination.

This book tells the story of these two workers and how their findings overlap. It shows how scientists have quietly conspired to bury the history of Brown’s discovery and its true significance. Readers can repeat the classic experiments of these two scientific pioneers themselves. The book shows you how to get started in this interesting field.”

Peter is currently working alone in his very cramped apartment.

Peter is currently working alone in his very cramped apartment but continues to move forward.

You can buy his book here. You can find all of Wilhelms Reich’s books here for free.

The possibilities for BION research are so immense as to render all of our medical technology obsolete. If the very building blocks of life can be isolated and controlled via vibration, electricity, magnetism etc.. then everything from regrowing limbs to healing wounds over night will be possible.

Reich was suppressed in one of the most violent and outward manners in all history. His books were burned, he was jailed and beaten to death in prison. Why? Was it just because of his investigations into aetheric beings in the skies? or was it his work into Bions that threatened the Rockefeller controlled AMA? Some believe that the AMA was created specifically to suppress Reich’s work. His work into orgone was bad enough but his rediscovery of Bions was simply unforgivable.

 

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By | 2017-05-08T18:04:33+00:00 September 13th, 2013|Uncategorized|4 Comments

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