8th Forum Humanitas – Honorary Awards

8th International Forum Humanitas. Pictures from the Honorary Awards.

HRH the Prince of Portugal, Dom Miguel de Braganca, puts on the lapel of Mr Paul Pissanos the mark of honorary distinction and declares him a Regular Member of the research program “Harmonia Universalis” of Portugal. The distinction relates to the writings of Mr Paul Pissanos: “The Laws of the Universe” and “From Aristotle to Hawking», which were considered for the Nobel Prize in 2013 and for the Templeton Prize 2008-2009.

Mr Paul Pissanos with his Award. To his left, the Prince of Portugal Dom Miguel de Braganca.

From left: Mr Paul Pissanos with his Award, Prince of Portugal Dom Miguel de Braganca and Baron Tonis Breidel Hadjidemetriou.

The President of Olympos Association Mr Paul Pissanos delivers to HIS MAJESTY MUEDZUL LAIL TAN KIRAM, SULTAN OF SULU AND NORTH BORNEO-through his official representative, Mr Ioannis Vlazakis, an Honors Award of the Association in appreciation of His Majesty’s polite greetings to the 8th World Forum Humanitas and his intention to participate in the great task of Heptapolis.

Dr Vitor Escudero De Campos, of the Institute of Social and Political Sciences, University of Lisbon, Member of the National Academy of Fine Arts Portugal, Chancellor of Arts and Letters Academy, congratulates Paul Pissanos after the film “HEPTAPOLIS – GLOBAL GREEN CITY”, lasting 46 minutes, was screened in the auditorium of the War Museum and invites him to set a date for an official visit to Lisbon to attend the specific work of scientists that relates to Heptapolis, with film and special reports of the City of the Nations of the World, at three Institutions in Lisbon.

His Royal Highness Prince of Portugal and Duke of Viseau, Dom Miguel de Braganca, bestows the Honorary Award to Mr Paul Pissanos, Chairman of the Board of Olympos Association: Universal Intellectual Center and inspirer of HEPTAPOLIS.

His Royal Highness Prince Dom Miguel de Braganca places the Honorary Badge of Malta on the lapel of the Chairman of Olympos Association, Mr Paul Pissanos.

The medals with which His Royal Highness Prince Dom Miguel de Braganca decorated the Chairman of Olympos Association, Mr. Paul Pissanos.

Paul Pissanos, Mr Claus Petkidis, Governor of AHEPA in Greece, Dr Evangelia Daniil, Secretary ofOlympos Association and Baron Tonis Breidel Hadjidemetriou, Rector of the Association.

Mr Paul Pissanos and President of Athinaides ,Ms Rena Vassilakis, who appeared in the proceedings of the 8th World Forum Humanitas and received an Honorary Award for her kind sympathy with the objectives of Heptapolis.

Dr Evangelia Daniil delivers the Music Education Award to our national composer Mimis Plessas who offered unforgettable moments to the participants of the 8th World Forum Humanitas, with his songs that were rendered by the young singer Spyros Kleissas. On the right Mr. Paul Pissanos and behind them Baron Tony Breidel Hadjidemetriou.

Mr Paul Pissanos and HRH the Prince of Portugal and Duke of Viseau Dom Miguel de Braganca with the Honors he received from Olympos Association: Universal Intellectual Center.

His Royal Highness Prince Dom Miguel de Braganca displaying the honors conferred by the Board of Olympos Association.

Dr Evangelia Daniil holds the Distinction which was awarded to the Archduke of Austria Andreas Salvador von Habsburg. In the middle HRH Prince Dom Miguel de Braganca and on the right, Baron Tonis Breidel Hadjidemetriou.

Mr Paul Pissanos, after handing the Honorary Award to Archaeologist Ana Cristina Martins, cordially congratulated her for her particular interest in promoting the idea of Heptapolis to the Scientific and Academic Centers of Portugal.

The Honorary Diploma with silver medal to the President of the International Academy of America Dr Otto F. von Feigenblatt, Count of Kobryn, given to him by the Board of Olympos Association: Universal Intellectual Center.

Mr Paul Pissanos delivers the award to the President of His Highness the Greek Immigrant Maria Ryssaki for her high quality services offered to Olympos Association.