Arizona Martial Arts Blog
|Posted on July 3, 2015 at 10:20 PM|
Photo shows Grandmaster Hausel of Gilbert, Arizona celebrating Halloween at the Arizona Hombu in Mesa, Arizona
Nicholas S. Law, Director General for the Awards Board for the International Biographical Center in Cambridge England wrote to Grandmaster Hausel in Mesa Arizona on June 26th, 2015. In his letter he stated:
“To achieve what you have, to scale the heights from which you inspire and lead by the standards you have attained are no ordinary accomplishments … As an existing Man of the Year the Awards Board of the IBC have decided to bestow on you, as respected and trusted friend of the IBC, the auspicious and beautiful Da Vinci Diamond.”
“Leonardo Da Vinci was chosen as the inspiration for the award due to his world renowned accomplishments in many different disciplines. I feel most reassured that by selecting you as the Da Vinci Laureate in recognition of your varied talents we are keeping to the register of his memory…”
“….Your avocation, enthusiasm and reputation are responsible for this magnificent recognition.”
Professor Hausel accumulated a bibliography of almost unachievable size - an author of more than 1,000 publications; author, co-author and contributor to 100 books. As a geoscientist, you inspired many with your discoveries including one of the largest gold deposits in the world, some of the largest colored gemstone deposits ever to be found, and then there are the diamond deposits mapped and found by you. As a public speaker, you presented lectures all over North America. As a geologist you mapped more than 1,000 square kilometers of virgin ground. You are an artist of vision with dozens of detailed works. As a martial artist, you accumulated more than a dozen black belts, the highest rank in the world in Shorin-Ryu Karate (Seiyo-Kai), have been certified as Sokeshodai (grandmaster), and awarded Martial Arts Genius for your many accomplishments over five decades, and others inducted you into 16 halls of fame for unmatched martial arts and teaching skills, geological knowledge, and more.