Gerald Pollack maintains an active laboratory at the University of Washington in Seattle. He is the Founding Editor-in-Chief of WATER: A Multidisciplinary Research Journal; Executive Director of the Institute for Venture Science; co-founder of 4th-Phase Inc.; and founder of the Annual Conference on the Physics, Chemistry, and Biology of Water. He has received numerous honors including: the Prigogine Medal for Thermodynamics; the University of Washington Annual Faculty Lecturer; the NIH Director’s Transformative Research Award; and the 1st Emoto Peace Prize. He is recognized internationally as an accomplished speaker and author.
Sophia Leopold-Mureșan is a 13 years old artist from Toronto who revealed her unique artistic inclinations before her 3rd birthday. Since then, she had over 20 art exhibitions at Eskimo Art Gallery, Alliance Française, Salon du Livre de Toronto, ToRo Fest to name a few.
In the past three years, she created the covers for three books – Carnet Vert, Parle-moi du racisme and now for Love Letter to Water. For her art, she finds inspiration in the works of Vasyli Kandinsky, Paul Klee, Juan Miro and Alfred Pellan. Since a very young age, she spent time sketching and analyzing world renowned masterpieces at the Art Gallery of Ontario, Musee des beaux-arts de Montreal, Musee National des beaux-arts du Quebec, Canadian Museum of History, National Gallery of Canada, Juan Miro Foundation in Barcelona, Museo Pablo Gargallo, Zaragoza, Goya Museum and Zaragoza Museum of Fine Arts. It is her love for Spain that brings the vibrant colors in her art, combined with the beauty of Canadian landscape.
Sophia’s fascination with water from a very young age as well as the knowledge assimilated in school, materialized in beautiful pieces of art. At the age of three, she asked a family member why the ripples are only circles and not squares. Since then, she is been very passionate about water and its importance in our lives.
She is a grade 9 students who speaks four languages fluently (French, English, Romanian and Hungarian) and is currently learning Spanish and German. Passionate about literature, Math and playing with numbers, she also shares the same passion for music. Whenever in search for inspiration, she plays the piano, accordion and clarinet or simply listens to music of different genres.
Osei Yaw Akoto is a Ghanaian born scholar in English Language. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in English and Philosophy, and Master of Philosophy and Doctorate in English Language from University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast, Ghana. His PhD thesis was adjudged the Best PhD Thesis in 2018 by the School of Graduate Studies, University of Cape Coast.
Dr. Akoto has published a number of research articles in highly reputable journals, and serves as a reviewer to a number of these journals. Dr. Akoto is an advocate of multilingualism and believes that every language has the right to existence and use.
In recent times, Dr. Akoto has been intrigued by the seminal Shakespearean question, ‘What’s in a name?’. Hence, he has started projects on personal names, and church names (which remain understudied in the onomastic literature). In his onomastic enquiries, he adopts approaches such as Systemic Functional Linguistics, Linguistic Landscape Corpus Linguistics, and synergies of approaches to unearth the intricacies in names in Ghana.
Dr. Akoto has built two corporations: Personal Name Ghana Corpus (PNGhana Corpus), and Church Names Ghana Corpus (CNGhana Corpus). He is the founding President of Ghana Names Society.
Veda Austin is a water researcher, public speaker, mother, artist and author. She has dedicated the last 8 years observing and photographing the life of water. She believes that water is fluid intelligence, observing itself through every living organism on the planet and in the Universe.
Her primary area of focus is photographing water in its ‘state of creation’, the space between liquid and ice. It is through her remarkable crystallographic photos that water reveals its awareness of not only Creation, but thought and intention through imagery.
Veda brings a message of hope and joy from the very source of life itself, she says “Water is transparent, it knows no colour, creed or religion. Water does not judge, nor does it label, it will enter the body of an ant as easily as it will enter the body of a king, or a homeless person or a tree or a dragonfly. Water is our constant companion, from the moment we are conceived it is always with us…even upon death, it is water that evaporates from the physical rising upwards into the Heavens.
Veda sees water as Source rather than a resource, and considers all bodies of water to be sacred. Her passion for water extends out of the freezer and into primary schools where she donates time teaching water science and cleverly intertwines it with art projects. She loves to reconnect children to the living water systems inside and outside of their bodies, believing that the ‘tamariki’ (children) are the water bearers of the future. She also spends a lot of time doing interviews and podcasts where she shares her findings and inspiring perspectives.
Joel Baechle, was born in Cleveland, Ohio, majored in Sociology, but also edited the college newspaper for two years, while participating in the Stage Band on rhythm guitar. he also took several photography and film courses, and had a rock band which performed a version of the rock opera Tommy with the theater department. Joel played 6 and 12-string guitar. He often thought that “Sociology” was interpreted by employers as “Socialism”, and he soon learned that blue-collar and traditional ethnic groups – Jews, Blacks, Italians, Poles, Cubans, etc. were often kinder to me than the WASP establishment.
For over 30 years, Joel worked in the motion picture special effects industry while fine tuning his own perception about life, spirituality, and his own purpose in this existence.
His interest in things beyond the normal senses began when he started taking photographs that included images that were not there when I clicked the shutter. He have been investigating and documenting the paranormal and vestiges of antiquity when he first realized he had taken a photograph, on film, of an oak tree dryad on sacred Native American land.
Meera Chakravorty, PhD. is a Research Faculty in the Department of Cultural Studies, Jain University, Bangalore. Prior to this, she was a professor in Bangalore University from 1975-2009. She has been a member of the State Women’s Commission, Bangalore, Karnataka.
Her engagement has been with Philosophy, Women’s Studies, Cultural Studies, Consciousness Studies and Translation projects. She has translated some Award-winning literary works of renowned authors published by Sahitya Akademi (The Academy of Letters), India. She has been exploring alternative visions and is enriched by both the textual and non-textual sources.
Recent publication : Dynamics of Dissent: Theorizing Movements for Inclusive Futures. Ed. John Clammer, Meera Chakravorty, Marcus Bussey, Tanmayee Banerjee. 2020, Routledge, London, New York. Ed. Chakravorty, Ananthamurthy, Radhakrishna. 2005. Landscape of Matter. Bangalore University, Bangalore.
She was awarded for her writing on ‘Time’ by University of Interdisciplinary studies, Paris, and John Templeton Foundation jointly. She has also been awarded for her literary work by the Tagore Cultural Centre, Bangalore.
Howard G. Charing, born in London, and has lived in the Netherlands, the USA, and Peru. He worked in the computer industry from 1970 to 1991. He quit the industry following an elevator crash in which he suffered serious injuries; a broken neck and severe spinal damage. In this accident he had a near‐death experience that transformed his life. This accident closed the door to his ‘normal’ prosaic life, however new doors leading to exploration and adventure opened.
Over the last 25 years he has become acknowledged as an international workshop leader on shamanism, an author and visionary artist. He has worked with some of the most respected and extraordinary shamans and elders in the Andes, the Amazon Rainforest, and the Philippines. In 2016, Howard organised the first major conference in East Europe ‘Sumiruna Awakenings’ dedicated to visionary consciousness. This conference featured luminaries such as Graham Hancock, Dennis McKenna, Jan Kounen, plus many others.
He has co-authored ‘Plant Spirit Shamanism’ published by Destiny Books (USA), and ‘The Ayahuasca Visions of Pablo Amaringo’ published by Inner Traditions (USA). His latest book published in 2017 by Destiny Books (USA) is ‘The Accidental Shaman’. His forthcoming project is ‘The Angels of Infinity’ an Oracle Divination book and card set, published by Inner Traditions (USA)
Dr. Mick Collins has had a diverse career since leaving school in 1972 aged 15 years. He has worked as a builder’s labourer, infantryman and heavy goods truck driver, as well as travelling and working around the world for six years from 1977-83. He also lived in a Tibetan Buddhist Monastery in the UK between1983-6. Mick’s personal transformative journey includes working through an experience known as spiritual emergency. This deep encounter catalysed his vocation, and inspired him to train as an occupational therapist, which led him to work in an acute mental health setting and in a specialist psychological therapies team. During this time he spent nine years training in Process Oriented Psychology, incorporating humanistic and transpersonal methods into his therapeutic practice. Mick also worked for ten years as a Lecturer and Director of Admissions within the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK. He retired from academia in 2015.
Mick is the author of several books: The Unselfish Spirit: Human Evolution in a Time of Global Crisis (won the 2014 Scientific and Medical Network book prize); The Visionary Spirit: Awakening to the Imaginal Realm in the Transformocene Age – 2018); The Restorative Spirit: Illumination of Conscience and Soul Progression in a Time of Global Awakening – 2022).
Mick continues to speak at conferences and his professional practice interests are focused on self-development, deep transformation and the integration of the ‘transpersonal’ into everyday life. He lives in Norwich, UK with his wife Hannah and is a father and grandfather.
Wade Davis is a writer, photographer, and filmmaker whose work has taken him from the Amazon to Tibet, Africa to Australia, Polynesia to the Arctic. Explorer-in-Residence at the National Geographic Society from 2000 to 2013, he is currently Professor of Anthropology and the BC Leadership Chair in Cultures and Ecosystems at Risk at the University of British Columbia. Author of 23 books, including One River, The Wayfinders and Into the Silence, winner of the 2012 Samuel Johnson prize, the top nonfiction prize in the English language, he holds degrees in anthropology and biology and received his Ph.D. in ethnobotany, all from Harvard University.
His many film credits include Light at the Edge of the World, an eight-hour documentary series written and produced for the NGS. Davis, one of 20 Honorary Members of the Explorers Club, is the recipient of 12 honorary degrees, as well as the 2009 Gold Medal from the Royal Canadian Geographical Society, the 2011 Explorers Medal, the 2012 David Fairchild Medal for botanical exploration, the 2015 Centennial Medal of Harvard University, the 2017 Roy Chapman Andrews Society’s Distinguished Explorer Award, the 2017 Sir Christopher Ondaatje Medal for Exploration, and the 2018 Mungo Park Medal from the Royal Scottish Geographical Society.
In 2016, he was made a Member of the Order of Canada. In 2018 he became an Honorary Citizen of Colombia. His latest book is Magdalena: River of Dreams, Knopf, 2020.
Meghan Don is an award-winning author, evolutionary mystic, retreat presenter and spiritual mentor. She has been described as “THE VOICE” in showing humanity how to integrate the feminine aspect in our lives. Meghan was born in New Zealand, where early on in life she learned to communicate with the spirits of the land and the animals, and was deeply aligned with a Maori Tohunga (Shaman). Her work took her to the United States where she taught at Omega Institute, Esalen Institute, The Sophia Institute, and new-thought churches. Her books are Feminine Courage: Remembering Your Voice and Vision Through a Retelling of Our Myths and Inner Stories; Sacred Companions Sacred Community: Reflections with Clare of Assisi; and Meditations with Teresa of Avila: A Journey into the Sacred, which won the Ashton Wylie/New Zealand Book Council Award for best book and author. Meghan is now living in Ireland, having been called back to the land of her Ancestors, and is an avid lover of the Holy Wells and the wisdom and magic they impart. www.MeghanDon.Life
Chris S. Douglas is an American Internet entrepreneur, businessman, humanitarian, books publisher, and encyclopedist. Douglas is of Romanian, German, and Scottish origin founder of AUTHORPAEDIA® (The Authors’ Encyclopedia)— a.k.a.” The World’s Only Encyclopedia Dedicated To Authors” and ÆTV® AuthorTV (Authors Television Broadcasting). He is also recognized by his cross-genre style as writer of fiction and non-fiction; poet, translator, screenwriter, playwright, editor, lyricist, and musical composer. He is the producer and host of AUTHORPÆDIA LIVE Show at AuthorTV.
Emmanuel Kojo Ennin Antwi is a Ghanaian and a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Religious Studies, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi-Ghana.
He is currently the Examinations Officer of the Department. He holds a Certificate in Theological Sciences (Pedu), a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and the Study of Religions from the University of Ghana, Legon, a Post Graduate Diploma in Education from the University of Cape Coast, a Licentiate in Biblical Theology from the Pontifical Urbaniana University, Rome, a Doctorate in Sacred Theology (Old Testament Literature and Exegesis) from the Albert-Ludwig’s University Freiburg, Germany and a Certificate in Theology and Religious Studies from the International Graduate Academy, University of Freiburg.
His area of specialization is Biblical Studies and the courses he teaches include: Biblical Hermeneutics, Old Testament Theology, Old Testament and African Life and Thought, Apocalyptic Literature and the Theology of Paul at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
He is currently undertaking a research in Bible and Society with focus on the Bible and African Life and Thought. He is a Contributor to the Arbeiten zu Text und Sprache im Alten Testament Series (vol. 95) and he has 20 publications to his credit. He is a member of Ghana Association of Biblical Exegetes (GABES) and the international Society of Biblical Literature (SBL). He is an ordained Catholic Priest belonging to the Diocese of Konongo-Mampong. He is the Priest in charge of St Martha Catholic Church, Antoa-Kwabre in the Ashanti-Region of Ghana.
Matt Flugger is the host of a travel series called The Divine Field, in which he brings a cast of hopefuls to far-flung corners of the world in pursuit of healing from personal trauma. A writer, psychic medium and showrunner, his work has taken him around the globe from Canada to Mexico, the Amazon to India, Berlin to Taiwan. Ever the student, Matt spent much of his time sitting in ceremony, learning, exploring holy sites, and engaging sacred modalities in pursuit of knowledge and experience to support his expanding relationship to divine intelligence.
Also an accomplished artist in many fields, Matt’s first short film, FIND, was nominated for Oscar competition at the Austin Film Festival. He has composed for Vanity Fair Magazine, and he has written musical pieces that have been performed at the Met in New York. Prior to embarking on his spiritual path Matt enjoyed an award-winning career at Sony Pictures Television, with creative work reaching 75 million viewers daily.
His honesty and candor is a breath of fresh air in the psychic, spiritual, and healing communities. He prefers motorcycles to sandals and loves the chaotic joy of rock ‘n’ roll. His genuine approach to life helps him to communicate and connect the ethereal with the challenges of everyday life by making it all sound so very, very, normal.
“The universe is full of beauty. It’s also a harsh, and mysterious place … and that great shadow is in each one of us. That doesn’t mean you have to be afraid of it. It just means you have to listen carefully to what’s happening inside if you want to find your way home.”
Kylie P. Harris, PhD, is an independent research psychologist, writer, and activist from Australia. She is an academic at the University of New England, and a research assistant for The Juice Media. Her doctoral thesis investigated the relationships between spiritual emergence(y), psychosis, and personality. She has presented her work at local and international conferences, and published book chapters and journal articles in peer reviewed journals. She is a founding board director of The Australian Centre for Consciousness Studies, a member of the Emergent Phenomenology Research Consortium, and an Ambassador for the WallOBooks and Great Life Choice programs.
Michiko Hayashi was born in Japan, where her father was a chief Buddhist priest. She learned to be humble, honest, diligent, and compassionate from who he was. She has a B.A. from a university in the USA with foreign language major (fluent in Japanese, English and Spanish).
Between March, 2004 and October 2014, she worked as an administrative personal assistant to Dr. Masaru Emoto until his transition in 2014. He was the founder of the Emoto Peace Project, the pioneer of HADO (vibration), researcher of water, and author of world best-seller “The Message from Water”, “The Hidden Messages in Water”, etc.
She is the successor of Emoto Peace Project, and gives lectures to all generations to teach about the memory of water and that our consciousness creates realities. Michiko shares the importance of living positively, kindly and with respect based on love and gratitude through “The Message from Water” to make the world a harmonious and peaceful place. The children’s book “The Message from Water” has been translated into 34 languages.
Rainey Marie Highley is an award-winning metaphysical author of over seven published books including two #1 Amazon bestsellers and the award-winning book, The Water Code: Unlocking the Truth Within. As a Spiritual Life Coach, Soul Tribe Teacher & Guide, Rainey helps clients shed societal programming, accelerate their spiritual growth, awaken to their soul’s mission, and grow in happiness, confidence, strength, and courage. Rainey is based in Sedona, Arizona USA. For more, go to www.4authenticity.com.
Darcie Friesen Hossack is an author and poet from the edge of Jasper National Park in Alberta, Canada. Her short story collection, Mennonites Don’t Dance stories, was shortlisted for the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize and runner up for the Danuta Gleed Award. She is the Managing Editor of WordCity Monthly, a global online literary journal dedicated to themes of diversity and peace-building, and she has lately completed a novel called Stillwater, where, for a family with a Mennonite mother and a Seventh-day Adventist father, the End Times are just around the corner.
Emmi Itäranta was born in Tampere, Finland, where she also grew up. She holds one MA in Drama and Theatre Studies from the University of Tampere, and another from the University of Kent, UK, where she began writing her debut novel Memory of Water as a part of her Creative Writing masters degree.
Itäranta has also published two other novels, The Weaver (US title) / The City of Woven Streets (UK title) and Kuunpäivän kirjeet (Moonday Letters). The awards given to her books include Kalevi Jäntti Prize, Young Aleksis Kivi Prize, Kuvastaja Award and Tampere City Literary Award. Itäranta’s professional background is an eclectic blend of writing-related jobs. She lives in Canterbury, United Kingdom, and continues to write fiction in two languages.
Carol Kilby remembers falling in love with writing in public school. Journaling, poetry, prose, dreamwork – writing has been her life-long refuge. “It’s a spiritual practice, like yoga or prayer, turning the invisible — the mystery, fear, love, and passion — into the visible word. It’s my way of discovering and becoming myself.”
Perhaps it was inevitable that Carol would turn to writing to make sense of the spiritual crisis born of global warming and mass extinctions. Incorporating the emerging consciousness of interconnectivity and the new sacred story of the Universe into rituals and her own original wisdom tales, she has found a way to offer up a relevant and transforming word for these confusing and challenging times.
Carol left ministry in a Protestant Canadian Church when awakened to the urgency of the environmental crisis.
For 16 years, Carol ran the Gaia Centre for Eco-Spirituality and Sustainable Work in Algonquin Highlands, Ontario.
Carol is the author of the book ‘Evolutionary Dancer.’
(USA) Fredric Lehrman is director of Nomad University, founded in 1974, and has lived in Seattle since 1981. His background includes professional years as a classical musician (guitar, cello, and voice), and extensive studies in psychology and spiritual traditions in many world cultures. He is the author of two books, The Sacred Landscape (1988) and Loving The Earth, a Sacred Landscape book for Children (1990), and has recorded two well-known audio courses, Prosperity Consciousness (Nightingale-Conant 1994) and Inner Factors That Control Outer Success (1998). His interests center on the common principles and timeless truths that lie behind and between everything we know.
With over 20 years in Natural health care and 15 years plus of post-secondary education Dr. Jason Loken ND is committed to help people reach their optimal health goals. Dr. Loken is a Naturopathic Doctor, an Osteopathic Manual Practitioner, a former Registered Massage Therapist (1995-1999) and is currently completing his PhD in Integrative Medicine.
Dr. Loken is former professor of the Orthopedics and Physical Medicine program at the Canadian College of Naturopathy. He lectures internationally and has appeared on both television and radio discussing topics such as mental health, disease prevention, and the fine balance in managing one’s weight, hormones, and stress.
In order to best assist his patients Dr. Loken has completed additional training in the following: Walsh Mental Health Nutrient Therapy; Neurokinetic therapy; Neuro-emotional therapy; Quantum touch; Yoga physiology and therapeutics.
He is the author of two books: “Letters that Move the World; Intentional Acts of Gratitude“ and “Understanding to Knowing: Unlocking Your Path to Optimal Health.”
Felicia Lives in Vancouver and is in a long term relationship, a mother and grandmother. For over 40 years she’s been a psychic intuitive/ energy practitioner, and trauma release facilitator. We are going to hear how she discovered her calling and especially how relevant it was that she came to be named Baka.
She was raised by her mother, a psychic astrologer healer who was married to an alcoholic abuser. Living in two worlds she learned to navigate within heightened consciousness while negotiating the trauma of a dysfunctional family. It’s possible that her intuitive attunement developed into an acute focus through empathic listening both for the desire to understand her life and her parents as well as navigating safety.
Combining Shiatsu massage and psycho/ spiritual facilitation of Transpersonal Empowerment psychology she honed an awakened intuitive focus with accuracy by developing skills and abilities of integrating these modalities into a flow and language of consciousness. This language she discovered was discerned as a part of awareness she understood as the undeniable voice of Innocence.
I can also add that Felicia has several books in her, and I can’t wait for the day when the first one will be published.
Lars Muhl is a Danish author, mystic, and musician, born in Aarhus, Denmark in 1950. Already as a 10-year-old, Lars Muhl had experienced glimpses of another reality. The shock following the sudden death of his younger sister, caused painful kundalini-like experiences, giving access to the ethereal worlds and a hypersensitive insight into other people’s pain. This lasted for three years. A turning point came when Lars was 15 and received a book anonymously in the mail. Hazrat Inayat Khan’s ‘Gayan Vadan Nirtan’ became the start of a lifelong esoteric study. Like Paulo Coelho, Lars was for many years a successful singer/songwriter who, concurrently with his music, studied the world’s religions and esoteric knowledge. Then in 1996, he was struck down by an unexplained illness, which neither doctors nor alternative therapists could diagnose. For three years he lay in bed without being able to move or think straight. Through a close friend’s intervention, Lars was put in touch with a seer who, via the telephone, brought him back to life. That was the start of a completely new existence and the beginning of that quest he has so grippingly described in his trilogy book ‘The O Manuscript: The Seer, The Magdalene, The Grail’.
Along with his wife, Githa Ben-David, Lars manages the Jilale Gilalai Institute of Energy and Consciousness. www.larsmuhl.com
Nina is a Canadian limnologist / ecologist and novelist of eco-fiction, science fiction and fantasy. An award-winning short story writer, and essayist, Nina currently lives in Toronto where she teaches writing at the University of Toronto and George Brown College. Her book “Water Is…” (Pixl Press)—a scientific study and personal journey as limnologist, mother, and teacher—was Margaret Atwood’s pick in 2016 in the New York Times‘The Year in Reading.’ Nina’s most recent novel, “A Diary in the Age of Water” released in 2020 by Inanna Publications, is about four generations of women and their relationship to water in a rapidly changing world.
Claudiu Murgan is enthralled by human consciousness and the notion of our place in the enormous wheels of the multiverse. His settings as science fiction, fantasy or eco-fiction, focus on describing the beauty of Mother Nature, who demands action from all of us.
Claudiu’s experience in various industries such as IT, renewable energies, real estate and finance helped him create complex, realistic characters that bring forward meaningful messages. Claudiu is the author of three Science Fiction/Fantasy novels: The Decadence of Our Souls, Water Entanglement, and Crystal Cloud.
His short stories have been published in anthologies in USA, Canada, Italy, and Romania.
Valentine Chukwuebuka Onuorah hails from Atani, Anambra State, southeastern part of Nigeria. He obtained B.Sc (Hons) in Biochemistry from Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University, Uli, Nigeria. He’s been in love with Poetry and storytelling; and living in the center of vicious mixture of art, culture, religion and socio-political vigorousness, his writings mirror the society of a common man, even as he focuses on the younger generation. His latest publication: “SILENT SONGS OF A ZYGOTE: A Collection Of Poems” is currently on Amazon.
As a teacher, farmer and advocate for the dignity of human lives and against hunger, he finds his voice clearer in the ink, in wordings too ancient for our ancestors and too new for the now, yet unborn.
While not on his desk, he surfs the net and plays soccer.
Mally Paquette‘s entire life has been deeply entrenched with indigenous cultures. Her spiritual roots are embedded with Native Americans. She founded a nonprofit organization, NAAP to serve the Lakota on Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. For a decade she studied the Lakota traditions and in 2002, she was adopted into the Sioux tribe and cherishes this unique honor.
Mally teaches through Chakra Psychology and her intuitive gifts. She listens to the deeper bodies and can translate ones physical ailments offering a therapeutic new path to optimal health. She delivers healings through traditional yoga therapy and sound vibration.
The study and technique of Kundalini Tantra which Mally is immersed in can guide an individual to discover true alchemy. The openness which Mally discusses tantric ritual will empower participants and open their souls to the Divine relationship of the Cosmos!
Dr. Ian Prattis is Professor Emeritus at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada. He is an award winning author of eighteen books. He received the 2011 Ottawa Earth Day Environment Award and in 2018 the Yellow Lotus award from the Vesak Project for spiritual guidance and teaching dharma. He is a Poet, Global Traveler, Founder of Friends for Peace, Guru in India, Zen teacher and Spiritual Warrior for planetary care, peace and social justice.
He studied Tibetan Buddhism in the early 1980’s, Christian meditation with the Benedictines, and was trained by Native American medicine people and shamans in their healing practices. He also studied the Vedic tradition of Siddha Samadhi Yoga, and taught this tradition of mediation in India (1996 – 1997).
He has travelled widely on this beautiful planet and gives talks and retreats in Canada, India, Europe, the USA and South America. The basic commitment he holds is to make the world a beautiful place by encouraging people to embrace their true nature. His teaching focuses on the spiritual issues of the day and honours all traditions.
Meet the Founder of Blue Bottle Love, Kayden Radhe. She is a woman dedicated to sharing the eco-friendly beauty and high vibration frequency of these blue glass water bottles which serve to enhance and heal the consciousness of water. She lives in Maui, Hawaii in her Blue Bottle Love Temple Home. She is totally IN LOVE with bringing Blue Bottle Love to the world! This has become a fully encompassing passion, and the love keeps growing!
The energy behind these bottles…as well as the beauty of these bottles has captured practically all of her attention, and she absolutely loves to focus on these babies — leading to some pretty magical photos in the Blue Bottle Love world.
D.G. Torrens is a UK and USA bestselling Author/Poet and a founding member of Bestsellingreads.com and Authorcityuk. D.G. has written and published 20 books to date. A prolific writer with a deep passion for the written word. Her first book, (memoirs) Amelia’s Story, has inspired people the world over and has been downloaded over 500k times worldwide. Amelia’s Story is the author’s true-life story. It was never intended for publication. Originally, D.G wrote it for her daughter. The author then went on to write military romance, romantic suspense, romantic drama, contemporary romance novels and poetry books, which have been received well. The success of Amelia’s Story led the author to over 65 radio appearances including the BBC RADIO WM 95.6 FM, in 2014/15 on the Adrian Goldberg breakfast show, where she lent her time as a weekly Headline Reviewer for 12 months. A quote from the author, “It can be quite daunting discussing the day’s headlines knowing thousands of people are tuning in… You never know when you are going to mess up! Thankfully, with lady luck on my side, I managed to wing it! “
Following on from the BBC Radio, D.G has since been interviewed by, Award-Winning Radio DJ, Graham Torrington on the late-night show at BBC Radio WM and David Driver Author & DJ at Drystone Radio FM as well as by American Radio Host/author/actor, Cyrus Webb at CoversationsLive.com Radio for Mississippi. Most recently D.G was interviewed by AuthorPaedia TV Live.
Cameroonian born Geraldine Sinyuy trained as an English Language and Literature in English Teacher in the University of Yaoundé I in Cameroon where she obtained a Secondary and High School Teacher’s Diploma in 2005. Geraldine earned her PhD in Commonwealth Literature from the University of Yaoundé I in 2018 and currently teaches English Language and Literature in English at Government Bilingual High School, Down Town Bamenda.
She is a book review/contributing editor at WordCity Monthly Journal; co-editor/contributing author of the poetry anthology, Poetry in Times of Conflict; and author of Music in the Wood: and Other Folktales.
Sinyuy passionately advocates for organic gardening and environmental care. She has had the following awards; Featured Change Maker at World Pulse #She Transforms Tech Featured Change Makers Program; Featured Storyteller on World Pulse Story Awards, May 2017; Prize of Excellence as Best Teacher of the Year in CETIC Bangoulap, Bangangte, 23 October, 2010; Winner of the British Council Essay Writing Competition, Yaoundé, 2007; Winner of Short Story Runner-Up Prize, Literary Workshop: CRTV Bamenda, 1998.
David Solomon’s purpose is to discover, improve and teach Real Magic by building the best mystery school in the world.
He is a Channel and a Magician with training in multiple traditions by masterful human, divine, and extraterrestrial teachers and lineages, including the Atlantean school of Damanhur.
His experience of over 222 miracles, synchronicities and Siddhis of rapid healing, manifestation, materialization, weather control, telekinesis and other phenomena led him to write “Magic is Real: How to Create Reality, Manifest Miracles and Make Spirituality Fun Again!”
The system of Open Sourced Magic he uses is intended to support divine embodiment and the building of temples of Thoth, Lakshmi and Aphrodite, as well as launching the future city Atlantis Reborn in 2041.
David teaches workshops on third eye opening, astral travel, channeling, Causal-plane 5D Soul Healing and manifestation, past life integration, and life purpose alignment.
To request a workshop, talk, private session, or join an upcoming Magical Mastermind, please visit MagicalGoldenAge.com.
Anaiya Sophia is a Mystic, Storyteller, Soul Oracle and Author of Revelatory Wisdom. She teaches workshops throughout the world and is best known for the creation of Sacred Body Awakening.
Known for showing up as a trailblazing resource of unapologetic truth and transparent courage, her heart is both fierce and tender. She carries an oral message that stirs the remembrance of a continuous lineage with the Feminine Principle that throughout the centuries has preserved its spiritual dignity, without the need for permission or recognition from any other source.
Several of her books are:
* The Grail King, Part III: Logo’s Story (Lulu, 2020)
* Fierce Feminine Rising (Inner Traditions, 2020)
* Sacred Relationships (Inner Traditions, 2015)
* The Rose Knight, Part I: Sophia’s Story (Lulu, 2014)
Anaiya lives in the Cathar region of Southern France with her beloved husband Pete Wilson. Together they run a B & B at the base of Montsegur where individuals, families and large groups can come and stay.
Anaiya is able to conduct Baptism, Marriage, Divorce and Death Ceremonies as there is a Chapel and Spring on site.
David Zetland is a university lecturer at Leiden University College, where he teaches classes on economics, sustainability and entrepreneurship. He received his PhD in Agricultural and Resource Economics from UC Davis, held a Postdoctoral Fellowship in Natural Resource Economics and Political Economy at UC Berkeley, and searved as a Senior Water Economist at Wageningen University. He also taught at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada. He actively blogs and has written three books: The End of Abundance: economic solutions to water scarcity, Living with Water Scarcity, and The Best of Aguanomics. David lives in Amsterdam.
Giselle World Flutist and vocalist, Giselle is a captivating performing artist infusing ritual and indigenous culture into the electronic scene.
She is a classically trained musician that has been journeying in the electronic music scene for over 10 years. Through her travels and love of ceremony, she’s created a soundscape of unique, conscious textures and fusion of tribal electronic medicine music while curating an alchemic experience honoring the elements and inspiring healing through the powerful use of indigenous chants and ancient mantras.
She has been extensively in service to plant medicines, and an advocate for indigenous rights, as well as sharing about indigenous wisdom and culture all over the world using music as the main tool by teaching about the cultures through workshops and song circles.