Orgonics was founded in 1988 by Theirrie Cook to re-introduce experimental orgone accumulators to the public. The owner has over 35 years experience in orgone accumulator construction beginning in the 1970s while working and studying with Myron Sharaf, an associate and biographer of Wilhelm Reich. She has a BA in Psychology. For eleven years, she was associated with the Orgone Biophysical Research Lab directed by James DeMeo doing research with both orgone accumulators and cloudbusting. In addition, she was Chief of Operations for two manufacturing firms and has acquired a strong background in manufacturing techniques. Orgonics strives to make orgone accumulator products that are high in manufacturing quality and to introduce a variety of designs to serve different needs, as well as offer a broad range of prices. The orgone accumulators are also produced in an energetically-clean environment where research continues to develop new ideas and products. Orgonics is not associated with any orgonomic group or organization.
After being in business for over 28 years, Orgonics has had very few returns. Problems with manufacturing or construction will always be accepted back; however, since used orgone devices cannot be resold, Orgonics cannot accept returns for any other reason than a repairable manufacturing flaw as a return becomes a total financial loss. Orgone accumulators are experimental and your questions are welcome.
Theirrie Cook, sole proprietor of Orgonics,
was invited to speak by the Wilhelm Reich Museum at: Orgonon,
Reich's former home and laboratory in Rangeley, Maine. It was
the 45th Aniversary Conference from July 18th to July 22, 2005.
Wilhelm Reich & Orgone Energy: Looking Back, Moving Forward
Ms. Cook spoke on:
Building and Selling Orgone Accumulating Devices;
Anecdotal Customer Data and Practical Research Considerations.
For further information about the 2007 conference honoring the opening of the Reich Archives 50 years after his death, see: