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The Gravitational Aether, Part I:  Gravitational Orgonometry (1)

by Correa, Paulo N. & Correa, Alexandra N.

Published in July 2003.     43 pages.

Aetherometric Theory of Synchronicity, Vol. 2

Monograph AS3-II.1

Price:   US $33   ($25 ISFA)

See also the companion monograph, AS3-II.2


Gravitational Orgonometry makes explicit W. Reich's experimental foundation for a microfunctionalist theory of the massfree energy properties of a gravitational field, and how these relate to the properties of the Periodic Table of Elements. It addresses the Orgonomic Pendulum Law, its experimental basis and its implications, making possible, for the first time, an examination of what Reich - to no avail - really wanted A. Einstein, the CIA, and his own followers, to understand.