8th International Forum Humanitas – Photo Gallery from the Αmphitheatre of the War Museum of Athens
Pictured from left to right: Mr John Vlazakis, the representative of the Sultan HIS MAJESTY MUEDZUL LAIL TAN KIRAM- Sultan of Sulu and North Borneo, Dr Vitor Escudero de Campos, Chancellor of the Portuguese Arts and Letters Academy, His Royal Imperial Highness Archduke of Austria Andreas Salvador von Habsburg, Dr Christos Goudis, Professor of Astrophysics at the University of Patras, Mr K. Noutsis, President of the Department HZ01 of Athens of AHEPA, Mr Basil Petkidis, Governor of AHEPA-Greece, and Sir Basil Markesinis.
His Royal Highness Prince Miguel de Braganca on the podium of the War Museum at the beginning of his speech on “The Use of Knowledge and the New Age Studies”.
The President of “Kallipateira” Ms. Katerina Panagopoulos, a speaker at the 8th World Forum Humanitas and the representative of HIS MAJESTY MUEDZUL LAIL TAN KIRAM- Sultan of Sulu and North Borneo, Mr John Vlazakis in the Amphitheater of the War Museum.
Father Theodore Kyritsis praying to God. With him stood up and prayed the participants at the beginning of the proceedings of the 8th World Forum Humanitas at the Athens War Museum.
Mrs Liana Souvaltzi, the eminent archaeologist who has worked hard and has made her life’s dream to locate the tomb of Alexander the Great, on the Conference podium speaking on “THE USE OF KNOWLEDGE IN THE TΟΜΒ OF ALEXANDER THE GREAT EXCAVATION IN THE SIWA OASIS OF EGYPT”.
Archaeologist Dr Ana Cristina Martins, Mr Paul Pissanos, Dr Konstantina Palamiotis, Professor of Philosophy, and Dr Nicolas Wyatt, Professor at the University of Edinburgh, Honorary Professorial Fellow, Professor Emeritus on the scientific panel of the Forum.
The speech of Mr Ioannis Maronitis, Member of the Executive Council of the World Federation of Clubs and Centers of UNESCO and President of the Group for UNESCO Piraeus and Islands, was read by the Group Vice-President, due to Mr Maronitis’ absence abroad.
Brillaint singer Spyros Kleissas performing songs of Mimis Plessas, a pillar of contemporary Greek music.
The Sunday morning panel, October 23rd, on the stage of the amphitheatre of the War Museum. From left: Lieutenant General (Rt), Pantelis Mavrodopoulos, American Professor Thomas Taverney, Mr Paul Pissanos and Professor Stephen Vogazianos-Roy.
Mr Mimis Plessas, the “National Composer” of Greece, and Professor Maria Ines Garnica Montenegro in a characteristic photograph in the Amphitheater of the War Museum.
From left, Lieutenant (ret) Vassilios Moschou, General Secretary of Olympos Dr Evangelia Daniil and the President of Olympos Association; Composer, Mr. Mimis Plessas; the President of “His Majesty the Greek Immigrant” Ms. Mary Ryssaki; and Professor at the University of Edinburgh, Honorary Professorial Fellow, Professor Emeritus, Dr Nicolas Wyatt, in the Amphitheater of the War Museum.
Dr Stanley Sfekas, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at Webster University, Dr Konstantina Palamiotis and Baron Breidel.
His Imperial Royal Highness the Archduke of Austria Andreas Salvador von Habsburg, in deep contemplation of the Humanitas Forum messages.
Ms Katerina Panagopoulos, Ambassador of Greece to the Council of Europe on Sport, Tolerance and Fair Play in the Amphitheatre of the War Museum, attending the proceedings of the Forum.
The dynamic cleric of the Greek Orthodox Church of America and devotee of the Ancient Greek Spirit, Father Theodore Kyritsis, who traveled to Greece from the United States to participate in the proceedings of the 8th World Forum Humanitas. The topic of his speech was very interesting: “The use of knowledge in the interpretation of the Apollonian Light.”
Dr John Giannios, Professor of Medicine, specialist in Gene and Nanomedicine Science, developed at the 8th World Forum Humanitas the revolutionary topic THE USE OF KNOWLEDGE IN PRECISION/PERSONALISED MEDICINE WITH EVIDENCE-BASED GENOMICS AND NANOMEDICINE”
Prominent Gynecologist Dr Konstantinos Pantos, expert in assisted reproduction issues, participated as a speaker in the 8th World Forum Humanitas, with a speech entitled: THE USE OF KNOWLEDGE IN MEDICINE WITHOUT BORDERS AND IN THE GENETICS OF THE FUTURE.
Professor Petros Gelepithis delivering his speech at the 8th World Forum Humanitas. The professor’s speech, relating to the means and methods used by modern science in artificial intelligence, attracted particular attention.
Dr Christos Goudis, Professor of Astrophysics at the University of Patras, and Mr Konstantinos Noutsis, President of the Department Athens Life, of AHEPA , attending the proceedings of the Forum.
About 25 years ago, at a time when Olympos Association, was developing the idea of HEPTAPOLIS working along with the scientists, Mimis Plessas joined in. Today, the great composer is proud of the completed Architecture structuring and infrastructure projects of HEPTAPOLIS, resulting in project financing to be promoted in its final stage. In the photo the prolific composer thanks the audience at the 8th INTERNATIONAL FORUM HUMANITAS, which is cheering him.
The first panel at the opening of the 8th World Forum Humanitas,from left to right: Baron Breidel, Prof Emmanuel Mikrogiannakis, Mr Paul Pissanos, Prof Panagiotis Siskos and Prof Michael Poulantzas.
Mr Paul Pissanos discussing with Father Theodore Kyritsis, speaker and rapporteur at the 8th World Forum Humanitas, who traveled from the city of Charlotte, USA to attend the Forum.
English film producer Mr David Bowles, English Rosanne Yasselli, Professor of Spanish and Greek actor Mr Lakis Petridis, who lives and works in England, All of them traveled from England to attend the proceedings of the 8th World Forum Humanitas.
His Royal Highness Prince of Portugal, Dom Miguel de Braganca, attending the proceedings of the Humanitas Forum.
Dr Vitor Escudero de Campos, Researcher at the Institute of Social and Political Sciences of Lisbon, Member of the National Academy of Fine Arts, Chancellor of the Academy of Arts of Portugal. The prominent Scientist traveled to Greece to be a speaker at the 8th World Forum Humanitas.
Baron Dr Tonis Breidel Hadjidemetriou, (Historian, Author, Researcher, University of Humanities and Technologies Lisbon, Corresponding Member of Portuguese Academy of Letters and Arts), Rector of Olympos Association, on the Podium of the War Museum, analyzing the problems and relationships of Migration in Greece and the world, with the host states which have undertaken the responsibility of hosting them in their land.
A characteristic picture from the Amphitheatre of the War Museum,, from left to right: Baron Tonis Breidel Hadjidemetriou, Professor Emmanuel Mikrogiannakis, Mr Paul Pissanos, Professor Panagiotis Siskos, Professor Michael Poulantzas.
Dr Panayotis Siskos,Professor of Environmental Chemistry at the National University of Athens, developed with great success the special topic “THE USE OF KNOWLEDGE IN GREEN CHEMISTRY AND CLEAN TECHNOLOGY FOR THE PROTECTION OF THE ENVIRONMENT AND HUMANITY”.
Dr Stanley Sfekas, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at Webster University, in a characteristic picture. The distinguished professor worked tirelessly throughout the preparation of the Forum, but also during the proceedings, translating texts of speakers from Greek into English and for the compilation of texts that will be released to Universities with the speeches of all speakers of the Forum.
On left Lieutenant General (Rt) Pantelis Mavrodopoulos. Next to him George Tsakiris, an official of INTERAMERICAN during the 8th Forum Humanitas, at the Amphitheatre of the War Museum.
Deputy Mayor of Distomo, Steirion , Arachova and Antikyra where Heptapolis will be built, Mr. Dimitrios Lagos, on the Podium of the Amphitheatre of the War Museum refers to the benefits that will result from the construction of Heptapolis, not only in Beotia and Greece, but also in the world.
Mr Paul Pissanos announces the start of the Second Day of the 8th World Forum Humanitas, Sunday, October 23rd . To his right, Professor Ioannis Mazis and to his left, professors Emmanuel Mikrogiannakis and Michael Poulantzas.
From left, Lieutenant (ret) Vassilios Moschou; Mr Paul Pissanos, Chairman of the Board of OLYMPOS ASSOCIATION-Universal Intellectual Center and Composer Mimis Plessas
Sotiris Doganis, offered unforgettable moments to the participants of the FORUM with his melodic voice. He and his colleagues, played music and sang songs of Mikis Theodorakis at the end of the First Day of the 8th World Forum Humanitas.
Dr Nicholas Zahariades, Professor of Theology and Byzantine music, distinguished Cantor, sang the “Hymn of Love” of St. Paul at the beginning of the Second Day of the 8th World Forum Humanitas.