Bions

Energy vesicles which—as Reich believed—represent transitional stages in the organization of matter, between the non-living and the living. As he observed, they form constantly in nature during the decomposition of organic matter and the deconstruction of inorganic matter and they can be reproduced in the laboratory. He believed that bions are charged with orgone, i.e. with life energy, and under certain conditions can develop into protozoa. (From the entry “Bions”, in the Glossary of Orgonomic Terms of this website.)

Please also see on the left menu: “Orgonomy and biogenesis”, “Bions”.

Βions from organic matter (dried grass) 4000x

Βions from organic matter (dried grass) 1600x

Βions from organic matter (dried grass) 640x

Βions from organic matter (dried grass) 1600x – Dark field

Βions from organic matter (dried grass) 1600x – Dark field

Βions from organic matter (dried grass) 400x – Dark field

Bions from inorganic matter – Coal – 1600x

Bions from inorganic matter – Coal – 4000x

Bions from inorganic matter – Coal – 1600x – Dark field

Bions from inorganic matter – Coal – 400x

Bions from inorganic matter – Coal – 4000x