A former Dragon’s Den star who once said Chris Whitty should be ‘hanged’ for recommending a Covid jab to children has set up a ‘safe haven’ for anti-vaxxers.
Rachael Elnagh, 58, has raised almost £1 million with a group called Phoenix Rose to buy 70 acres of Derbyshire woods.
The group, also known as the ‘Inner Sanctum’ initiative, bought the Cressbrook Dale estate in June 2022 and have been performing ‘shameful rituals’ on the land.
The sanctuary is the latest unusual move for the businessman, who faced strong criticism in 2021 for his anti-vax views.
Rachael Elnagh, 58, is part of an anti-vaccination group that bought the Cressbrook estate in Derbyshire
The dale was part of the land surrounding Cresbrook Mill, which went bankrupt in the 1930s. The land was then purchased by the Stanton Estate.
In a prospectus published by Phoenix Rose, Intentions for the land, which include ‘forest bathing, satanic wisdom and naturopathy’ as well as well-grown vegetables, are outlined.
In the video published on the content-sharing site Odyssey, Ms Allanugh said Cressbrook would become ‘a safe haven away from the threat of humanity’. [is] Cope’ and described the vaccination program as part of ‘the great reset’.
The Red Letter Day developer said on its marketing website that the decision to buy the land was not planned.
‘The opportunity came about by chance through one of our local Bakewell ‘Stand in the Park’ regulars who knew the estate management team at the Stanton Estate.’
The Stanton Estate bought the land in the 1930s when Cresbrook Mill went bankrupt.
A T-PE and hardening area has been created at the site, which is located in the Peak District National Park.
The Peak District National Park Authority has issued an emergency tree protection order and a temporary stop notice, meaning Ms Alnoff will need planning permission for any further changes.
Covid conspiracy fanatics describe the property as ‘an incredible vagrant of land’ many times,
She said the group had revealed ‘a temple’ on the land that was linked to the planet’s magnetic field and that magical mushrooms growing ‘in abundance’ in the forest would help people open their ‘third eye’.
Ms Elnagh said the land ‘needs a complete overhaul in our initial vision’ as there are no buildings on the 70 acres of agricultural land.
‘However it is blessed with all the resources necessary for self-sufficiency with natural springs, rich in timber and protected from the harsh elements of the weather.’
The 58-year-old businesswoman said, ’22 beautiful peace and nature loving souls’ had come together to buy the plot
The 70-acre plot, which Ms Alnagh bought with the help of crowdfunding, is part of the Peak District National Park
An order has been issued by the Peak District National Park Authority to ban any further work without planning permission.
Investors are encouraged to get in touch with the former Dragon’s Den star to contribute to the project.
The 70-acre property will become a ‘safe haven’ from the threat that the group believes is attracting people with extreme religious views to the area, despite concerns from community campaigners.
Anti-vaxxer said that ’22 beautiful peace and nature loving souls’ had invested in the project but the group is looking for more investors to cover the remaining costs.
Those who financially support the purchase of land will be given access to the property based on the amount donated by them.
Community campaigners have spoken of their concern that plans for a ‘quiet backwater’ will ‘threaten’ their local area.
Jenny Caven, 59, part of the Save Cressbrook Dale campaign, said one of her biggest concerns was her fear that the area would become a beacon for people with extreme and potentially dangerous views.
Caven said Elnagh was ‘a scary person to have on your doorstep’.
The community group has received threatening emails, one of which reads: ‘Rachel is saving your space. If the new world order catches it, you will not even get a chance to have an opinion.
The businesswoman and mother-in-law faced condemnation after calling on Professor Chris Witty to recommend children be vaccinated in 2021.
Responding to a tweet from Good Morning Britain that viewers were happy to have their children vaccinated, the businesswoman, who is the founder of experience day firm Red Letter Days, wrote: ‘Child abuse. Whitty will hang for this.
A former Dragon’s Den star has sparked a furore by calling Chris Whitty (pictured left) to ‘hang him’ for recommending a Covid vaccine for children. Ex-‘Dragon’ Rachel Alnagh (pictured right), 56, slammed the decision to introduce a UK-wide vaccination program for children aged 12-15 on Twitter as ‘child abuse’.
In a subsequent tweet, flagged by Twitter as ‘misleading’, Ms Elnagh said her qualifications include being a ‘deeply concerned mother of five boys’ and that her medical qualifications are the same as Bill Gates’
Ms. Elnagh made her fortune as the creator of Red Letter Days, a gift company that offered certificates for special experiences.
Former Dragon sold the company in August 2005 after going into administration.
His television colleagues, Peter Jones and Theo Pafitis, saved the business from bankruptcy before selling it to competitor Smartbox in 2017.
She describes herself on her website as a ‘creator, communicator and change-maker’.
Ms Alnoff wrote a memoir following the collapse of her business and said people who were ‘disrespectful’ to her had found themselves in a ‘sticky end’.
She also blamed an ‘army of faceless, jealous people’ for going into the administration of the gift business.
In 2012 she became the business manager for alternative medicine practitioner and TV personality Stephen Russell, better known as the Barefoot Doctor.
Russell ceased to practice after admitting to having sex with former patients, and died in 2020.
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