Jeane Manning

Did Ancient Shamans Know Secrets of the Wave?

JEANE MANNING

In a recent conversation with Toby Grotz, I again had the privilege of glimpsing the big picture of an emerging future science. It’s based on a deeper understanding of how the universe works. Throughout history and prehistory, individuals have momentarily seen beyond the material world into the non-material. They peer more deeply into creation and perceive non-physical spiraling energy; they see the results of invisible vortices that create matter and destroy and create again endlessly. The same dynamic is everywhere, from the galactic down to…

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The 4th State of Matter and Unlocking Free Energy

Report from the Front

Ten years ago, my favorite column in Atlantis Rising magazine was “The New Heretic,” by Eugene Mallove, Ph.D. I also looked forward to editorials in his technical magazine, Infinite Energy. His eloquence, credentials, and enthusiasm opened doors for the cold-fusion community. At various meetings I’d enjoyed his irreverent sense of humor, and when I telephoned to check facts he generously gave me insights. Then on May 14, 2004, he was brutally murdered. He was found outside his childhood home, which was vacant at the time,…

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A Win for the Little Guy Over Detroit’s Big Boys

By Jeane Manning

The Breakthrough Power book tour last month of a few towns—Oregon and northern California—brought us in touch with university students and other savvy people. On the last night of the tour my coauthor Joel Garbon and I and New Energy Congress president Sterling Allan, along with Raphial Morgado gave a presentation to some students at San Jose State University. Morgado demonstrated his MYT (Massive Yet Tiny) Engine running on compressed air. The MYT™ Engine is not “free energy,” but its forty times higher power-to-weight ratio…

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Overunity Power & the Fight Against Humidity

BY JEANE MANNING

The energy revolution can’t be captured in a few words; it’s made of diverse people at various stages of progress and academic acceptance. In this month’s column I’ll focus on two people who are taking customers’ orders for revolu­tionary inventions that are quite different from each other. Both came to my attention again last month when I was at the Tesla 150-Year Congress in Germany. Professor Leslie Szabo took the podium on the last day, last hour of the Congress. I didn’t get to talk…

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On the Eve of Destruction or the Threshold of Freedom?

By Jeane Manning

From the Fukushima disaster onward, the past year was a rough ride. And then we’re told that an Earth-like planet was discovered. I agree with the Canadian radio announcer who said we have to travel to it speedily—to stop the primates from evolving. Seriously, it looks like our species is about to take an evolutionary leap—either over the cliff of self-destruction or toward a higher ground of awareness, responsibility, and harmony with life. The outcome won’t be decided by a toss of a cosmic coin…

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Challenging the Foundations of Orthodox Physics

by Jeane Manning

Nassim Haramein’s route to a theoretical breakthrough included logic, keen observation of nature, and insights about geometry—some from studying ancient texts and monuments. Further years of concentration, and recent collaboration with Elizabeth Rauscher, Ph.D., advanced his work to a higher new-paradigm level. It seems that physics can embrace infinity and still make sense, and he wants to share the good news with us. Five or six years ago I first heard Haramein point out certain fundamental problems with classical physics. He was speaking to a…

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Breakthrough Power: Will We See it in 2009?

By Jeane Manning

It’s a few weeks before 2009 as this is written, but we can predict excitement about emerging energy developments. Magnetic motor claims will come into the public eye and the Orion Project will carry forward the work of Stan Meyer. Other water-related projects around the world will continue to have successes. More thousands of garage tinkerers will join the HHO (otherwise known as watergas) movement and supplement the regular fuel used in their vehicles with hydrogen. A month ago near San Francisco I saw a…

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Is It Time to Change Our Theoretical Models?

BY JEANE MANNING

Recently, when two Irishmen publicly challenged the establishment scientific community to test their “free-energy” magnetic system, the reaction to the news revealed differences in worldview within the New Energy community. The challenge came out in late August. Two Dublin businessmen bought a full-page ad in the Economist maga­zine, seeking a dozen, credible scientists to judge and jury their invention. CEO Sean McCarthy, a 40 year old engi­neer and his company’s marketing manager Richard Walshe claim their company has found a way to produce abun­dant free,…

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New Theories Point to Energy Abundance

BY JEANE MANNING

Underlying themes in diverse conversations this summer included my favorite—learning from nature’s ways. For in­stance a customer from a certain religious community telephoned to order Breakthrough Power. His religion is known for being detached from modern technologies, so I was surprised that he and his friends experiment with the types of energy inventions introduced in the book. Their successes include a “cold-running motor” and water-as-fuel advances. What pleases him about the experiments, he said, is that the new energy science works harmoniously with nature, right…

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Cold Fusion Making New Progress on Old Fronts

Cold Fusion Making New Progress on Old Fronts By Jeane Manning   Anyone tracking the energy revolution right now is watching Europe, especially Italy. A high proportion of big names in the field of Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR, commonly known as cold fusion) are Italian. The experiments of people with names, like Piantelli, Focardi, De Ninno, Preparata and Celani have been happening for more than 20 years without the world media drawing it to our attention. The excitement spread to a wider public more…

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