Eden, Jerome (1925–1989)
Writer on UFO phenomena who claims to have observed
UFOs on several occasions and has interpreted them in light
of the orgone energy theories of Wilhelm Reich. Eden was
born August 23, 1925, in New York City. He studied at New
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York University (B.A.) and Columbia University (M.A.). He
served in World War II and the Korean War, later becoming
managing editor of the American Water Works Association Journal,
the city and military editor of the Idaho Falls Post Register, and
the director of the Eastern Idaho Special Services Agency. He
also edited and published the Eden Bulletin.
In 1971 he claimed he suffered severe conjunctivitis and
high fever following observation of a beam of light from a UFO.
His 25-year study of UFOs led him to believe that they are responsible
for drought conditions on Earth. His conclusions are
in line with those of the later work of Wilhelm Reich in the field
of weather changing (cloud busting) and flying saucers. Eden
himself was registered with Idaho’s Department of Agriculture
as a weather modification operator. He has experimented with
a cloud-busting apparatus similar to one described by Wilhelm
He founded the PPCC (Planetary Professional Citizens
Committee), which is concerned with the problem of UFOs in
relation to the development of global deserts, and publishes
the quarterly PPCC Bulletin (which superseded the Eden Bulletin).
Eden died on January 18, 1989.
Eden, Jerome. Animal Magnetism and the Life Energy. Hicksville,
N.Y. Exposition Press, 1974.
———. The Desert Makers A Study of the Creation of Deserts in
Man, His Atmosphere and Planet. N.p. PPCC, 1981.
———. Do Not Disturb The Emotional Plague in Education.
Valdez, Ala. Eden Press, 1959.
———. Orgone Energy—The Answer to Atomic Suicide. N.p.,
———. Planet in Trouble—The UFO Assault on Earth. Hicksville,
N.Y. Exposition Press, 1973.
———. Suffer the Children. New York, 1959.
———. View From Eden—Talks to Students of Orgonomy. N.p.,
Mesmer, F. A. Memoir of F. A. Mesmer, Doctor of Medicine, On
His Discoveries, 1799. Translated by Jerome Eden. Mount Vernon,
N.Y. Eden Press, 1957.

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