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Ether, God & Devil & Cosmic Superimposition Paperback – January 1, 1972
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Wilhelm Reich, a native of Austria, was born in 1897. His many works include Listen, Little Man!, Character Analysis, and The Mass Psychology of Fascism. He died in 1957.
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A man ultimately persecuted for his farsighted methods and uncanny ability to synthesize then current therapeutic techniques and his own insights on human emotionality and sexuality, Reich blazed a trail of new research that set the stage for some of the most articulate examples of the somatic method of psychology to date.
In this book, Reich takes liberty in discussing the Jungian archetypes that haunt the collective soul of humanity, and bend it towards its sporadic relationship with what he dubs "God", only in the Einsteinian sense. He muses as to how exactly humanity became so separated from nature, and more importantly, from itself, separating the joys of the complete human organism for the schizophrenic schism of mind centric psychology.
I would highly recommend this book to the novice Reichian student, With a healthy cautionary grain of salt towards the second half of the book where reich trades in his social insights for the somewhat more speculative science of orgone physics.
awareness and what is now referred to as the primal paradox. Orgone energy work of Reich is the most important
research of the 20th century and is being overlooked. This book is a way into the micro world of quanta and the macro
world of black holes. He is one of the greatest minds of the 20th century and his time will come. His written word has only grown in its
gravitas for the present day. Read his Mass Psychology of Fascism for its analysis of the present plague of disturbed leaders on today's