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  • Fills all space and is everywhere
  • Is mass free and is the primordial, cosmic energy
  • Penetrates matter, but at different speeds
  • Pulsates and is observable and measurable
  • Has a strong affinity and attraction to/by water
  • Is accumulated naturally in the living organism by ingesting foods, breathing, and through the skin
  • The mutual attraction and excitation of separate orgonotic systems result in the merging, or superimposition, of the systems; and the emergence of a new system
  • Orgone energy is negatively entropic: highly charged orgone systems attract lesser charged, which Reich described as the orgonotic potential
  • Orgone energy is excited by secondary energies such as electromagnetism and nuclear energy
  • Is the medium for electromagnetic and gravitational phenomena
  • When it is concentrated, orgone energy often has a blue-to-violet color
  • Under appropriate conditions, matter arises from mass-free orgone energy
  • Separate streams of orgone energy may be attracted to each other and superimpose
  • It can be manipulated and controlled by orgone energy devices