Jeane Manning Susan Manewich Hidden Energy Interview on The Higherside Chats Podcast

Jeane Manning & Susan Manewich | Hidden Energy, Weird Science, & The Rollout Strategy

Show Notes


Killer show today!

Get their book Hidden Energy or check out their website, to learn more.

About our guests:

Jeane Manning is an author and journalist who came to the new energy inventions field with skepticism over 30 years ago. She was clearly impressed by what she saw, as she’s been focused on the subject ever since. Her previous works include:

The Coming Energy Revolution: The Search for Free Energy

Breakthrough Power: How Quantum-leap New Energy Inventions Can Transform Our World

The Granite Man and the Butterfly

Find Jeane on Twitter @JeaneManning or Email her @

Susan A. Manewich is the President of New Energy Movement. Susan is experienced in the field of leadership development, organizational development, resonant technology and consciousness. She has co-authored work in Emotional Intelligence in Everyday Life (Psychology Press, NY 2006) and Applying Emotional Intelligence (Psychology Press, NY 2007). Susan enjoys nature and spending time learning about ancient cultures. Find Susan on Twitter @SusanManewich or Email Susan @

PLUS Content

-Other highlights from the history of free or clean energy devices and engines. -Plasma reactions and their strange connection to non-human intelligence. -The Safire project. -The potential dangers of unseen energies. -Ken Shoulders. -What’s happening in the realm of health and healing devices.

19 Responses

  1. Damn, it really is great to see a group of people getting organized to bring out and promote the core info around this new technology or life principle/aliens (if we can call em that any more?)/ether energy. I love these shows, thanks Carlwood

  2. Proud plus member here. Great show. β€œ Broadly speaking β€œ πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ I see what you did there!πŸ‘ I don’t mind the tilt forwards free energy at all.πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ˜ŽπŸ˜ŽπŸ˜Ž Cheers!

  3. Loved this episode. The living energy segment reminded me of your dr sam milham episode on dirty electricity. It’s still early but this episode is getting me excited about Aaron Murakami’s free energy convention in CDA Idaho this summer. I’ve checked out some of the lineup and there is going to be some great speakers there. Keep up the good work Greg and let’s keep going down this rabbit hole.

  4. I love this! I love the focus on the fact that yes “houston we have a problem” … but there ARE solutions and the consciousness is changing in so far as people are realising that we do have to come together, get out of our own way and collaborate on this. Where attention goes energy flows.. so this is great…putting attention on the solutions, engendering knowledge in the fact that the future is ours to do what ever we want with, it just depends where you choose to focus.

  5. That was exceptional…. love it…. no wonder I re-signed just in time for this one and listen to the James DeMeo …I thought I’d missed 3 months of Plus, well it felt like it!!!! It quit in December lol… So worth the extra… thank you….πŸ™πŸŒŸkeep up the great work …

  6. I listened to this episode with my daughters, I wanted them to hear these to brilliant women. Well spoken, kind and deep into a field of research that matters.
    Our biggest contribution could be the planting if these seeds in our future generations.
    Great show on many levels Greg 🍻

  7. That was amazing. Thank you Greg for all your hard work. I enjoyed every bit, even the part about signing up to the plus show. I’m cheering you on! You seem to be a magician.

  8. I get that these women don’t see the “real-world” applications of something like Hutchenson’s effects of metals passing through each other. But I’m going to use my unique perspective as a guy who is into “things”, as well as being a metallurgist, to say that if we could fine-tune such an effect, then it would literally change the way we think of architecture.
    My father was one of the best structural welders in the country, having worked on everything from the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, to nuclear submarine reactors. He recently passed away due to advanced lung cancer, as is sadly the case with many welders.
    Our current methods of attaching metal to metal are dangerous and outdated, though it remains one of the most vital aspects of industry.
    If humans could use Hutchenson’s findings to create, say, a backpack unit that housed a field generator, as well as an x-ray inspection apparatus, then we could revolutionize many industries. Methods like welding, riveting, even nuts and bolts would become a thing of the past, saving untold amounts of labor, waste, and human lives.
    Just a thought.

  9. I saw that this was going to be another energy episode, and I have to say I was a little skeptical and unexcited. Thankfully, this one knocked it out of the park and is easily the best ether / energy show you’ve done. Great guests and great job!

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