Other Huna Luminaries

E. Otha Wingo

image_OthaWingoHand-picked by Max himself! He was the direct successor of Huna after MFL and president of Huna Research Inc. for 40 years.

Born in 1934, Otha was covered with honors! After 1962 he had been Professor of Classical Languages at South­east Missouri State College in Cape Girardeau, MO, where he lived. He taught Greek, Latin, Myth­ology, Greek Drama and Literature. He graduated in 1955 from Mississippi College with a B.A. degree in Classical Languages, M.A. in Greek in 1956, and a Ph.D. in Classical Philology in 1963 at the University of Illinois in Urbana. He also taught at the University of Missouri, University of Illinois, and William Jewell College. For two years he was guest lecturer at St. Mary’s Seminary teaching Latin poetry to the Vincentions. He was a wingoelvisWoodrow Wilson Fellow, listed in Who’s Who in America­n Education, Directory of American Scholars, Who’s Who in the Midwest, and International Scholars Directory.

E. Otha Wingo (age 80) “graduated” on 9 February, 2015 in Cape Girardeau from heart complications.


Lani-for-MFL2Thomas Lani Stucker

Thomas Lani Stucker, one of the few personal students of Kahuna Max, considered himself to be the first Huna Practitioner. Kahuna Lani studied the material in the bulletins and tracked down Huna Lore Founders and brought it all together. He devoted his life in service to those in need around the world, using Huna to help improve the quality of their lives. Kahuna Lani founded the Huna Heiau (temple) based on the Huna principles to help people live the helpful and hurt-less life. He re-established Kahuna Max’s Great Ritual Prayer of Huna, the Telepathic Mutual Healing Group (TMHG), which continues to be prayed daily by the Huna Heiau’s members.

from the Huna Heiau website (www.hunaheiau.org)

Portrait Henry KrotoschinHenry Krotoschin

Henry Krotoschin was the founder and managing director of the Huna Research Inc. in Europe. The office was based in Zurich. Switzerland. In a phase of serious crisis in his life he came across the books of Max Freedom Long.  As a natural scientist (a graduate Engineer from the Technical University in Switzerland) he tested the Huna Teachings thoroughly and critically. The application of the ancient wisdom turned him into a positive thinking, unswerving man within weeks. Form this time on Huna became his life’s work. He held over 700 seminars and lectures on Huna, mostly in German speaking countries but also in the US, Brazil and Poland. He wrote countless articles most of all for his quarterly “Huna Arbeit“ (Huna Works in German). His book Huna Praxis is considered a standard work on Huna in German.

In 1978 Henry Krotoschin traveled to the US to meet E.Otha Wingo. Out of  that meeting grew a life-long friendship and Henry founded the “Huna Forschungs-Gesellschaft Zürich“ as European Representation Office of Huna Research Inc. in 1981. Regularly, he traveled to Cape Girardeau to participate at the annual Huna Congress with many renowned guest speakers. With Otha Wingo, he organized two Seminar-Tours through Switzerland, Germany and Austria where they both appeared together. Henry was active at his Huna-Office to his last day. After his passing, at the age of 96, his quarterlies from 1981 to 2009 were bound and published in one volume with the title Huna Arbeit.

from the Huna Europe website (www.huna-europe.ch/)


  1. Could you please help me to register for the newsletter? I’m self-studying Huna.

    • I’m sorry to say that there is no current MFL newsletter. You could try the Huna Institute (https://hunaheiau.org/heiau-institute/) although I don’t think they’re doing a newsletter either. They are the most active Huna group that I know of and I expect you’ll find some of what you need there. Best wishes in your studies. I have been associated with Huna for about 30 years and it works very well for me. I hope you get similar results.

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