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Jeane Manning is a pillar in the Free Energy community as author of several books and lecturer and organizer of breakthrough energy events and a study group in Vancouver, B.C.

Jeane has served as an advisor to the New Energy Congress since Feb. 2009. She is also a founder of the New Energy Movement.

Contents

Biography

See: http://changingpower.net/about/

Jeane's Blog

http://ChangingPower.net

http://JeaneManning.com – forwards to ChangingPower.net

Books

See: http://changingpower.net/books/

  • The Coming Energy Revolution: The Search For Free Energy – The book predicted that the change to sources of unlimited nonpolluting energy won’t come without a struggle. It introduced some of the inventors who insist that we are surrounded by a sea of energy that we can tap, once we’ve learned nature’s secrets. (Avery Publishing Group of New York; 1996; Also available in German [Freie Energie] and French [Energie Libre et Technologies].)
  • The Granite Man and the Butterfly (out of print) - The Granite Man and the Butterfly told the story of a simple man who was chosen for a heroic task. David Hamel was given information enabling him to build a craft that would provide an abundant source of nonpolluting energy. The book chronicled the frustration and enormous obstacles he faced, and indicates that his perseverance advances our understanding of electricity and magnetism.
  • Suppressed Inventions and other Discoveries This was the original edition of Suppressed Inventions and Other Discoveries, co-authored by Dr. Brian O’Leary, Christopher Bird, Jeane Manning, Barry Lynes and others and edited by Jonathan Eisen. This edition was published in 1995 in New Zealand by Auckland Institute of Technology Press. Later the co-authors signed their rights over to Jon Eisen so that he could more easily sell the book to Avery Publishing Group of New York.
  • Energie: Bessere Alternatiaven fur eine saubere Welt - 2002 ISBN 3-930243-22-9 is published in the German language only.

Featured Stories

See News:Changing Power - Separate page lists Changing Power (http://ChangingPower.com) blog stories by Jeane Manning that we have featured here at PESWiki.

In the News

  • Featured / Best Exotic FE: Nuclear > Cold Fusion >
    LENR-to-Market Weekly -- June 6, 2013 - Highlights this week include: EU Parliament presentation gives strong LENR thumbs up; more discussion of E-Cat third party test; Jeanne Manning's interview with Defkalion; MFMP data on water heating experiment; report on Galzignano, Italy conference; Nobel Laureate's letter to Nature. (PESN; June 6, 2013)
  • Pete Sumaruck selling energy-converting systems - Tomorrow if I had airfare to Waco, Texas, I’d have been a guest at Pete Sumaruck’s seminar. I wouldn’t have seen his ZeroAmp energy invention powering a house, because this weekend the information-and-selling event (entrance fee $500) is held in a church basement where he won’t be able to do a complete showing of what the equipment can do. (ChangingPower; November 4, 2011)
  • Events >
    EarthMysteries Conference - A conference to be held Nov. 20-23, 2009 in Tempe, Arizona, USA. Speakers, including Steven Greer, Tom Valone, and Jeane Manning will be covering topics such as government coverups, clean energy technologies, UFO secrets, crop circles, 2012, sound energy & healing, ancient and modern mysteries, and harmonics secrets. (Chet Snow)

Contact

See: http://changingpower.net/contact/

Vancouver, B.C., Canada

email: <jlmanning {at} telus.net>

See also

- New Energy Congress main page
- PESWiki home page

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