Saturday, July 08, 2006

Meet George Kayatta, R.M., the Foremost Renaissance Man in America with international recognition.


Born in Brooklyn, NY on April 25, 1944, Dr. Kayatta is now a master of math, the arts and even the martial arts. His work and studies are found in his paintings, music, mathematics, poetry, plays, theatrical productions, drama in verse, philosophy, fiction, non-fiction, photography, humor, prayer, priesthood and patriotism.


He has been highly educated with a B.A. degree from St. Bonaventure University in 1965, an M.A. degree in Romance Language/Literature from CUNY, Binghamton in 1968, a Ph.D. degree in French Literature from Case Western Reserve University in 1970, and an LL.B. degree from LaSalle Extension University in 1973. He earned several graduate and post-graduate scholarships. His Goju Black Belt was earned in 1979 at the New York Karate Academy.


His experience in organizations includes the Beaux Arts of New York, where he was first recognized as the Foremost Renaissance Man in America, Megagenius, 1st Lt. of the US Army Artillery, Assistant Professor at St. John’s University, NYC, and World Professional Martial Arts Organization.


Dr. Kayatta’s major achievements encompass the entire Holy Bible in verse (5,000 pages), the Mathematical Planetarium Papers (65,000 pages), Feast, which was voted book of the Year 1994 by the Beaux Arts of New York, music legacy as RCA Victor recording artist, 350 performances in concert: 12 string guitar, 5 string banjo, and violin, several displays of work on canvas, and over 450 paintings. Dr. Kayatta has also authored many books containing various styles and subjects including poetry, prayers, novels, plays, essays, short stories, mathematics, dialogues, martial arts, correspondence, cartoons, American Greeting Cards, jokes, romantic songs, action songs and instrumental pieces. He has had 9 Feasts published by New Renaissance Productions, NY from 1994 through 2005.


Dr. Kayatta has been highly honored with nominations for Nobel Prizes in Literature and Science and for U.S. Poet Laureate.


He is highly recognized and received 3 DaVincian Awards, 3 martial arts journalism awards as the Chief Writer for World Karate Magazine, a Humanitarian Award from NYC Philanthropic League, and an N.D.E.A. total Fellowship at Case Western Reserve University from 1967-70. He was 1 of only 3 in America to have received this honor.

1 Comments:

Blogger rexxhead said...

That's a long way from Sr. Alice Joseph...

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