Creators & Visionaries

Henna Maria

Henna Maria is an activist, speaker, poet and practitioner of ancestral healing arts, which she learnt apprenticing with the Shipibo tribe in the Amazon rainforest. Now Henna and her husband Richard run their own healing sanctuary Wistin Origins in the mountains of Andalucía. 

In 2019 Henna founded Dawn of Peace, a creative community and peace organisation. Her advocacy focuses on the spiritual reality of life, human and animal rights, medical freedom and self-sovereignty. In 2021, Henna founded the international Police for Freedom movement – educating police and civilians about our natural rights in order to rehumanise our societies and restore trust between the security forces and the people. 

Henna is also one of the co-creators of the We Are Human We Are Free campaign of nonviolent resistance. Henna's latest endeavour, in July 2022, has been to launch the Save Our Food initiative, encouraging people to come together to heal the Earth, build community and create food sovereignty.

Polla Pratt

Polla Pratt is passionate about regenerative farming and growing, sharing and storing biodynamic and organic food. She has been a Certified Permaculture Designer since 2003. 

At the beginning of the pandemic Polla understood the importance of combining personal and regional food sovereignty and started a Community Nitrogen Food Packing initiative in her home town. Since then she has supported 100's of leaders in regions around the world to start their own community food packing events. 

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Louise Sutton

Lula, a woman, mother and explorer of Life is also a practitioner of various healing arts including Oriental and Amazonian. Having been un-schooled and therefore ‘un-civilized’ from an early age, living the more ‘wild’ side of life with all its colourful and mysterious lessons comes naturally to Lula. 

Travel, both inner and outer, has given Lula a broad spectrum of perspectives and this was instrumental in the planning and coordinating of The Full Circle Project founded in 2014 with Max Igan and others. Essentially formed to help individuals set up supportive and skilled groups in a local context, Lula continues with this task today. Having experienced first-hand a variety of  community and group dynamics, Lula is focusing on creating blueprints and guidelines for best assisting the organic organization of groups at a local level, networking and envisioning with all who are helping to anchor Heaven on Earth in our times.

Feeling blessed to be part of Save Our Food, and grateful for these opportunities to stand up for Life and all its wonders.

Alec Zeck

Alec Zeck received his B.S. in Systems Engineering from the United States Military Academy at West Point. He is a speaker, writer, podcaster, and former Army Captain. He is the former Executive Director and Founder of Health Freedom for Humanity and is the founder of The Way Forward.

Jim Gale

At age 19, Jim first learned about the power of writing his goals. From the practice of inspired visioning, he became a 4-time All-American and National Champion wrestler.

After college, he moved to Hawaii, backpacked through 37 countries, lived with the Maasai, explored cultures, and searched for his next inspired vision.

He wrote his goals again at age 29, which included being retired in 3 years. Jim went on to create a mortgage company that reached $1.3B in sales in 3 years, leading him to early retirement and the achievement of another life goal.

He bought a boat, lived on the ocean for a year, and then moved to Costa Rica to build eco-villages where he discovered permaculture. It changed his life and he realised he needed to bring it to every household in the world. The idea whose time has come became Food Forest Abundance. Jim speaks about sovereignty, entrepreneurship, mindset, and freedom.

Josh Del Sol

Josh del Sol is a rights advocate and filmmaker, known for hosting the 5G Summit, and the documentary Take Back Your Power, an expose on “smart” utility meters, which won the AwareGuide Transformational Film of the Year Award and the Leo Award for Best Feature Documentary. He is also a recipient of the Annual Humanitarian Award from Indie Fest.

In 2017, Josh co-founded InPower Movement, and has since pioneered several large advocacy initiatives to elected officials, including a May 2020 viral campaign which helped to stop the ultra-invasive TRACE ACT.

Living near Seattle, Josh is passionate about human rights, consciousness, decentralised energy, safe technology and fatherhood. His hobbies include hiking, research and travel.

Franz Fraizl

Franz Fraitzl is a polymath, a Paracelsian, a voice for the medicine after Ryke Geerd Hamer and a voice for Mother Earth. Trained in Germany in applied conventional Agriculture and Forestry practices, with a special interest in Biodynamic Agriculture after Rudolf Steiner, Permaculture Energy Technologies after Jean Pain, Viniculture, Herb farming and wildcrafting. 

With more than 20 years in special effects, design and mechanical engineering, prototyping and creative design, Franz enjoys creating practical solutions to the problems of our time. The treatment of statistical data and forensic sampling theory and praxis are part of his daily life. The study of Ethics in Organizations and Environmental Management including Sustainable Landscape Restoration Principles have given him many valuable tools for the research he is currently conducting regarding the SAI fallout, ie. chemtrails. 

“Our external physical world is under ongoing systematic artificial transformation and with that all living organisms are changing. We are being corrupted on all levels of our existence through trickery and manipulation. Save Our Food is an important part of my mission of creating healthy living animals and human animals alike.”

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