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Orgone Biophysical Research Laboratory

Orgone Biophysical Research Laboratory, Inc.
A Non-Profit Science Research and Educational Foundation, Since 1978
Greensprings Center, PO Box 1148
Ashland, Oregon 97520 USA

Founded and Directed by James DeMeo, Ph.D., author of Saharasia and speaker at Congress on Matriarchal Studies, Luxemburg 2003

The Orgone Biophysical Research Laboratory, Inc., is a non-profit science research and educational foundation, established in 1978 by James DeMeo, Director of Research since that date. Over the years, the Lab has supported various research projects, and educational lectures and workshops in both the USA and overseas, focused upon the basic sex-economic and orgone biophysical discoveries of the late Dr. Wilhelm Reich.

Work sponsored by the Lab has included cross-cultural social research, experimental investigation of the biophysical effects of the orgone energy accumulator, methods for objectification of the biological and atmospheric orgone energy, and field-research and applications of the Reich cloudbuster under both drought and desert conditions.

The Lab also publishes a research journal, Pulse of the Planet, and other Special Reports and books. The Lab is an independent organization, but enjoys an informal, cooperative, and productive working relationship with other responsible individuals and organizations.

Website: Orgone Biophysical Research Laboratory, Inc.




"Today's Matriarchies From the Newest View"

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Users asked:
Are the Basques matriarchal people?

Today the Basques are as matriarchal as every community in Europe: not very much (matriarchal = matrilineal + matrilocal). Nevertheless you will find here matriarchal elements, like in all European societies. You can follow the traces in religion (Christianity in most of Europe), the folklore, tales and legends, habits and traditions, especially at festivals.

Though, the Basques are speaking their own non-indoeuropean language, which means, the cultural influence from the patriarchal Kurgan Culture had less influence on them as on other European peoples, i.e. the Greeks or Celts or Germans.

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