Emo Dojo™ Presents: John Emotions
Emo Dojo™ Presents: John Emotions

Episode · 10 months ago

The Lost Legacy of Wilhelm Reich and The Brain-Zapper Device I'm Testing

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

I talk a little bit about one of my favorite, controversial scientists that history has largely forgotten; Wilhelm Reich ... discoverer of Orgone. Also, I'm trying out the TDCS device tonight after the show. I want to find out where undiscovered greatness meets pseudo-science.

Hey its johnny motions, it's a new day,so this is a new daily emotion. Thank God! It's thank God. It's ECAS Friday still mean anything to you yeah. It does to me. Well now, notalways during the pandemic, sometimes just work weird hours all through thenight sleep during the day, weekends don't mean much, but lately I've beengoing to kind of a nine to five type of job sale. Job and this past week it sucked Ewaus they hadn't paid me.They were just lagging so this Friday finally got some money...

...little upset yesterday, just internally,I didn't not. I don't know, I don't know if I have a reason to be or notstarting stop the issue. The issue as I caught myself becoming upset, and Ijust kind of nipped it in the bud. So I one of my sons hit me up like two days ago he's likeyeah, I'm going to go to California for about a week, so basically just leftyesterday. I could understand why he doesn't didn't want to give me too muchnotice because, like I get upset when I get upset andanyway, so unfortunately, he didn't get to see me contain myself and you knowfigure it out on my own ust brought him to the airport. Now, I'm just as aparent, I'm worried that he's out amongst the sick and might like he'shelpy, but I hope he doesn't catch it and bring itback or end up somewhere and catching it where there's no hospitals. So I worry I'm a parent anyway, I'm notgoing to talk about politics or...

...pandemics. Today's episode going to talk about Willhelm right. So, if you don't know about, will helmwrike this guy's a trip I'll tell you the reason I'm bringing him up in aminute, but anyway, Wilhelm wrike was a scientist in a doctor psychologist whocame to prominence in the ES, and I was pretty radical- came up with a lot ofwild ideas. My particular favorite is his orgeastic potency, I think, is what hecalled it. He discovered orgone, which is aninvisible elements, Om the present in ourenvironment. It'sin the trees it's in the air 's everywhere, so orgone iswhat causes orgasms,...

...but there's also negative orgone, and he invented this thing called thecloud buster series of like aluminum tubes. He would aim at the sky and hecould make it rain. In fact, there was a couple of farmerswere experiencing such severe drought. They had heard of this guy wilhelmrike's, crazy, cloudbuster and said Dude, we'll pay you if you can make itrain, so HEU went over there aimed to shit up with the clouds and by thatnight it rained. This was like in the s pretty wild. You know circumstance andit's easy to call his work bullshit. But what I found really interesting was,after the both the orgone stuff and the cloudbusters a lot of his work. If yeu read between the lines, look like, heinvented a cure for cancer and unlimited energy he's like one of thoseguys like Tesla, and I think the reason he's not as famous as Tesla again hisname's Wilhelm Rike, I think he's not as famous as Tessla, because all hisshit got burned like they were so...

...freaked out about Wilhelm wrighk, thatthe US government went in there and well he's also kind of an househe's kind of like me, maybe whatever. If I was in that situation, where, likethe FDA, the Food and Drug Administration said now, you got tocome to court and answer to these questions, because you're claiming yourLil orgon generators and collectors are curing cancer and he just said: Well, you have noauthority o for me. You like this is not a FDA issue. You guys aren'tscientists, you have no authority, I'm not going to court, so he did not go tocourt. He ended up in prison for a couple of years. Then he got out andended up having to plead for his own sanity. That thought he was just crazy,crazy, which he was not e, was just stubborn and he thought he was on tosomething we don't know. Yet. This is where it kind of you know. You don'twant to promote quackery, of course, but there's a lot of things that becomeknown in science many decades after the...

...fact that they were first introducedand when they're first introduced, everybody thinks they're fucking nutjobs. So I'm going to hold it out that maybe a lot of wilhelm rihs ideas stillhave yet to be proven. That's said I mean it's fun to thinkabout anyway, so anyway, people know about Tessla, because there's acompetition with him and Edison, and then the the bad myths and the rewritten history about who inventedthe light bulb or electricity, and all that so there's story there withWilhelm rike a lot of his stuff well part of it was. He was preaching a lotof weird sudo marks of stuff. In fact, he wrote the book, the Mass Psychologyof Fascism, that's a fascinating book. He's got a whole bunch of books, butback in the day, these books were all burned. All of his equipment wasdismantled and destroyed, and he was basically you just died in prison andit's kind of fucked up, because none of...

...the medical or scientific journalspublished his obituary and apparently his headstone just read William Rikeborn March. Twenty Fourth Eighteedren and ninety seven died. That's it die, jus, a sad ending to this guy's life. So if you wan't somebody interesting tofollow up on, go look into Willhelm Rihe, it's got some wild things anyway.The whole reason I brought this up was because, as I was telling you the otherday, I got in touch with some folks that haveone of these transcranial direct current stimulation, transcraniol tdirect current DC stimulation s, t DCS tdcs. Anyway, it's a little brain zapperthing and the more I looked into it. Man there's tons of different brands,different like companies, making these types of things not sure what theproblem is. I guess it's and I looked at there's lots of scientific researchthat says it does something. So I think...

...here's where I think here's the problem, I think olot of these devices. They don't know how to mark it to the mentally ill orto people with just different brand disorders. I don't know why maybe it's a hardthing to market to or whatever, but so the next step inthe trying to sellthese devices as you go for the the minds hackers, like the people whowant to get smarter and be more creative and that sort of thing- and I think that that's what thepitchman on shark tank was going for with this device, because it's sexy hecan be smarter. It's cognitive enhancement, N. ALL THIS I don't! Idon't know if that's true or not true, and it's not why I want to try thisdevice in the first place. I want to try this device because, like mymetaphor, I used for Adhd. Basically, all your thoughts go through anintersection in your mind, there's a...

...little traffic cop that guides them andkeep things orderly. Well, withan ATY, eight T ad mind that traffic cop isasleep. Normally you use speed like Adaral or Concerta Ridlin, and thingslike that to wake it up. I don't take those because it affectsmy blood pressure, so I'm going to try waking that little traffic cop up withthis transcranial direccorrent stimulation and you get to try along with me anyway. So there's some correlationbetween just unproven technology or I would't even say umproven. It's etechnology that hasn't been accepted by the masses, and in this case you know,it's been accepted by enough people, so it's really out there and a lot ofpeople try it. Conversely, it's rare enough to wheremost people haven't even heard of it, and so there's that so I'm going to tryit and they sent it to me like I'm me like, I didn't pay for it,they're, not paying me to review it.

It's going to be a straightup, honestreview and when to chart my mood and my my how just some feeling, because I'm Ido a fucking podcast every day, so you kind of get it like. Listen to today'spodcast I'm Goinna go. I think Jeshak is going to come on a little bit. We'regoing to do another podcast, but later tonight before I go to bed in, went tosit here with this thing on my brain for twenty minutes like it says, andthen the next day, the next day so thirty days of this and we'll see, ifactually has an effect, and of course I should remind you, don't need to, but Ishould that I'm not a doctor, I'm not a scientist, I'm just another assholewith Tha podcast, which might be kind of the best way to review a productlike this, because I'm not trying to get smartersmart is bullshit. I've been smart since I was a kid and unless you gotyour moods and your emotions and your feelings together, smart doesn't helpat all like imagine having an expensiveFerrari or something or lamborgin, or...

...something that just fucking crazy,powerful right. But it's got no steering wheel or the steering willjust isn't attached and nobody told you that so you hit the gas and mm go roundthe curving, Oh fuck, that that's what it's like having Adhd by polar anxiety,depressing and all these things when you're, intelligent and almosteverybody I've met that has especially asperger spectrum, bypolar and Scizeprania all the people.I know whath. Those three conditions are smart, so there's something therejust to be careful. What you ask for, as all I'm saying like wishing to besmart and using a device like this, to try to make yourself smarter swell, butif you can't pay attention because you're distracted or if you havemoodstabilizing issues, then yeah you're going to make yourself smarterto what end it doesn't even make any sense. So anyway, my point in usingthis device is to reduce my...

...distractedness, because I've found thatwhen I took the speed related medicine Concerda, it did wake up the Traffic Cup and mytheory N. my doctor's theory worked in that essence. In that sense I mean itwoke the traffic cop up. I was able to think more clearly and thinking moreclearly. I was able to break problems down into small or moremanageable pieces. I was able to see through days or weeks ahead, so therewas a light at the end of the tunnel and that naturally lifted my depression.So by curing your Adhd you might actually provide yourself some hope andthat could naturally lift depression. Again, I'm not a doctor just tellingMOU what happened with me, so I am going to I'm back this bad boy see. What's up, Idon't really do unpacking videos and get stupid. SIRT people get paid, but you knowpeople get paid to do a lot of stupid things and that' mb I'll put a picture.U On it or...

...even better. You can go to the websiteand look at it for yourself. So this brand, this particular companyis calledlifted Li ft ID lifted and their website is get liftedcom again, notbeing paid by them. There's they probably once they hear the reviewthey're, probably sining fuck, when we do. Why do we do that? But now I'll be fair, I'll, be kind andcheck out the device and I'll give you my first report tomorrow betweentomorrow's episode and this one I'm going to squeeze in a little talk with Gary chees shock, and I hope you have agreat night thanks for being here. I appreciate you and did pretty good hig. I sound like I'mkind of upbeat, I'm pretty depressed, but I I kind of think of myself waslike a magician, and one of my tricks is pretending to be able to function asa regular person and normally pull it...

...off pretty well. So anyway, Iappreciate you hang in there and I'l talk to you tomorrow and now back to the wall.

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