The LM4 Experimental Life Energy Meter

                               The LM4 Experimental Life Energy Meter

 In 1947, Wilhelm Reich MD published The Cancer Biopathy, detailing his research in visualizing and applying Orgone Energy. In this work, he described a device which he called the Orgone Field Meter which responded to living things as they were brought close to the device. The Experimental Life Energy Meter is  based upon the same principle as Reich’s device and has been made into a small hand-held or bench-top unit.

 The meter is provided with a built-in small flat plate electrode located under the blue square above the meter.  This internal electrode may be used for measuring liquid containers and small objects by conveniently placing the test object on the center of the blues quare. Humans, animals and plants may also be measured by bringing them in contact with the blue square. Alternatively, a tube electrode included in the package may also be used.

Applications of the LM4:

  • Daily personal body energy work
  • Comparison of fruits and vegetables
  • Energized water and fluid measurement
  • Energy device evaluation
  • Testing plant health and responsiveness
  • Veterinary animal wellness
  • Accupuncture point testing
  • Chakra energy work
  • Paranormal investigation
  • Health and wellness research
  • Orgone Energy research
  • Auric field work
The LM4 Experimental Life   Energy Meter


  • Units:                      Percent of full scale 
  • Repeatability            Typ. 1% (x100, blue square)
  • Sensitivity:               x1 through x2000
  • Output:                    0 – 2.5V  
  • Connector:               1/8″ mono phone jack
  • Sensing distance:       30cm/12″  (blue square)
  • Operating temp.        0C to +40C, 14F to 100F
  • Battery life:               4 “AA”  approx. 50 hrs

Using the LM4

TheLM4 is provided with an internal flat plate electrode (blue square) for general purpose use. An included glass tube sensor can also be plugged in the top andmay be rotated for various types of measurements. For most measurements, the test object may be brought up to the blue square and a reading taken either in contact or at a fixed distance. The reading will decrease as the object is moved further away. For consistent readings, always place objects for comparison at exactly the same distance or position to the electrode. For larger distances, the range switch may be moved to a higher position to increase sensitivity. To determine the correct range for measurement, first zero the meter on the x1 range using the coarse and fine zero controls without anyobjects near the electrode. Bring the object to the desired distanceand observe the meter deflection. If the deflection is less than 10%repeat this procedure. If small differences between objects is to beobserved, set the range to x10 and set the zero to mid-scale (on the-/+ line) while measuring the reference object. Replace with the test object and observe the difference on the meter. Decrease or increase the range switch to see larger or smaller energy differences.