lundi 20 avril 2015


ODIC FORCE ))))))))))))) by Ron McVan
"Wilhelm Reich was not the first modern Westerner to stumble upon the existence of universal life energy. In the middle of the nineteenth century, a German industrialist and scientist named Baron Karl von Reichenbach encountered the same phenomenon. He named it in the Od Force, after the Norse god Odin."
...................Louis Stewart
In early life the human being is sustained by a powerful reserve energy. This is especially evident in children who never sit still and bubble-over with an apparently inexhaustible supply of vitality. Mental and emotional habits acquired in youth are not usually obvious in their consequences until after middle life. Gradually, as the supply of vital force diminishes, the body begins to exhibit the rewards of the various mental and emotional intemperance’s with which it has been afflicted.
The theory of Odic Force was developed by Baron Karl von Reichenbach, who had written up observations and conclusions in the mid-nineteenth century. According to this theory, every human being has an unknown source of power that produces rays. These not only inhabit the body, but also radiate from it, so that a person is surrounded by a virtual field of this Odic Force, as Reichenbach called it. The body absorbs these unseen energy forces entirely or in part, depending on the strength of the source of the power or the person's own consumption.
Reichenbach and other researchers after him determined through observation and experiment that youthful and healthy bodies produced disproportionately more Odic Force than they needed for themselves, while older bodies over time had difficulty satisfying their own requirements of Odic Force. Further, the consummation of Odic Force is smaller in healthy persons than in weak ones, or in people suffering from disease. Consumption, also naturally depends on the greater physical and especially the mental activity of the person in question. Once someone reaches a certain age therefore, and if his work and activity demand a heavy consumption of Odic Force, his own source of power may no longer be sufficient and he begins to decline---we say that he is getting old---or has to find other ways of satisfying his requirement of Odic Force. If he is with young people, who cannot possibly use up their excess force, it then flows in the direction where it is needed. Most elderly people can often testify to the fact that, in spending much time with younger people they themselves benefit. This transfer of youthful energy and vigor greatly stimulates their own health and mental outlook.
Within the Odic Force, that we individually carry with us at all times and in all places, we live and move and generate our essence. Every thought that we think stamps an indelible impression on the impressionable substance of that plane. The Odic Force pulsates like an ocean of vitality and feeling to influence other minds for good or ill. Every living thing radiates and intakes this Odic force field, and to none is it exclusive or private.
Each act that we perform, each thought that enters our brain, each emotion as it leaves the heart registers itself on the Odic field remaining there throughout our physical life. Reichenbach states that the Odic Force radiates outward, but in very different degrees, from all objects and is also, generated by heat, light, electricity, friction and various types of chemical change. Odic Force exhibits polarity, much akin to a magnet. The negative pole of a magnet appears blue and induces a feeling of coldness, whilst the positive pole appears red and causes a feeling of warmth. The right hand is odically negative and the left hand positive, the sun negative and the moon positive. As such, this further explains how the uncharged bodies can be charged by being brought into contact with a charged body. If man is a microcosm of the universe, then all factors in man are duplicated on a greater scale in the universe as well. Man is vibrantly alive and clings to life with an intense tenacity, therefore there is in the universe a life force of relevant similarity, a power of vibration or tendency that makes for continuance of life.
Man is a biological version of the Tree of Life commonly known in Norse mythology as "Yggdrasil", a tree that represents the symbolic underlying structure of the universe and of God as he reveals himself. In the words of Professor Carl Jung, "Man is a cosmos in miniature and is not divided from the great cosmos by any fixed limits." The Yggdrasil tree also demonstrates itself as the living tree in man by way of the spinal cord in the human body which include the seven chakras and the nine worlds.
Even our psychic process are material. There is not a single process which does not require the expenditure of a certain substance corresponding to it. If this substance is present, this process goes on. When the substance is exhausted, the process comes to a stop. It must be noticed that the human organism usually produces in the course of one day all the substances necessary for the following day. And it very often happens that all these substances are spent or consumed upon some unnecessary and, as a rule, unpleasant doubt, fear, a feeling of injury, or irritation. Each of these emotions in reaching a certain degree of intensity may, in half an hour, or even a minute, consume all the substances prepared for the next day. The body is a dynamo of invisible energy fields, and if we learn to understand and direct them, we can in turn use these forces to our greatest life advantage.
To understand the subject of Odic Force we first need to understand something about our own personal Being. Our Being was more naturally and widely understood in pre-Christian times. With the Christian attempt to murder all the Aryan ethnic pagan Gods, they did so by locking all Being into one Being called "God", and all access to this Being was then decreed only available through Christianity alone which would naturally grant full power to the Christian church. A good introduction into the understanding of Being can be found through the writings of the pre-Socratic Greek Philosopher, Anaximander, which---in loose translation compiled from many sources---reads: "Aperion (Being or The Unlimited) is the coming forth and arriving at the condition of Being non concealed... and it is that into which they return when they perish..." In other words, Being is that which comes forth and is non-concealed and then leaves and passes again into the concealed state. Being comes to presence in our world as individual beings, and these individual beings go back into the fullness of Being (death), but this does not mean that we can understand Being itself. "Being is the constant coming and going into openness, the constant breaking into the world...That which enables everything to appear; itself appears merely as that which constantly remains in concealment."Being could be defined as "that which gives possibilities."
There is a general tendency among human beings to believe that the main purpose of life is to be happy, and working from this premise, a great number of people succeed in making themselves entirely miserable. This world is not a playground, it is a schoolroom! The key tools that assist man to attain his real purpose in his short life experience is focus and awareness and to grasp his true destiny as early as possible. Without these tools he drifts helplessly through the morass of meaningless corporal existence; with it, there are unlimited possibilities to invest, not only to ones own personal advantage, but likewise to ones family, race and culture.
All man's constructions are materialized thought. The reality of a machine, a cathedral, a symphony is in that which is contributed by mind or intelligence. If the plan of a house were to be removed, there would remain a meaningless pile of materials. The same can be said of man. Within our human thought process lies the wisdom for the unfolding of ourselves, our race, and thus the pattern of the future for our world. The mind is the body. The body is the mind. Spirit is the world. The world is spirit. All is involved in the one great dance of life.
"Contemporary man is blind to the fact that, with all his rationality and efficiency, he is possessed by 'powers' that are normally beyond his control. His ghosts and gods have not disappeared at all; they merely have new names." .......Carl G. Jung
With every second, man and atom approach nearer to that solemn moment in the eternity, through which the invisible forces will become clear to our spiritual being. Aryan man, by virtue of his own personal will, is free to ignore the sage wisdom of his ancestors, the Hermetic Wotan consciousness, as it were, that remains available to him. Thus he can abandon his ethnic identity and ultimately vanish into oblivion, or to accept this essential guidance and inspiration and know that the forces of Nature, as represented through our folk gods and mythos, will work with us when we learn to comprehend the divine laws that Nature and the Great Creator decree, and obey those laws unhindered by man's befuddled and ever conflicting religions.
I am an echo, filling the Titan chasms of quantum immensities beyond comprehension! I am an echo, bridging the sublime edifice of perfection across fiery oceans of chaos!
I am an echo, whispering through the time stilled silence of long forgotten temples! I am an echo, resonating the shrilled rape agony, Of Nature's tortured habitat!
I am an echo weaving star galactic aeons of eternity into forever!
I am an echo beating the heart rhythmic pulse of all life's cloaked illusions!
I am an echo mirroring the utter frailty of man's fleeting moment!
I am the tracing of infinity, traversing through all possible dimensions, mystery of mysteries, knower and known! I am... an echo!
...................Ron McVan

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