Scientist, Engineer, STEM Profesor


End of 12th century Jayavarman VII Buddhist. At the center of the last city of Angkor and perhaps a microcosm of the kingdom with representations of all the major divinities – Buddhist to the south and east, and Hindu to the north and west. 200 large faces adorn the 54 towers signifying the omnipresence of the bodhisattva Avalokitesvara, the kingdom’s principal divinity. More at “The Angkor Survey“.

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The Modern Monk

Modern monks don’t have material possessions except for their clothing, their shoes, and with some exceptions, their smart phone. They are starting to introduce technology to their monastic life.

The Scientists and the Laborers

As part of every day life at Angkor, Scientist/Engineers and Angkor’s labor force, which mostly comes from Cambodia’s local population, work together to keep the place looking beautiful. Many archaeological excavations are still on their way with many countries from around the world helping the UNESCO effort. The following pictures are an example of this.

World Heritage site 1992

Angkor has been inscribed on the World Heritage list. This heritage site is of exceptional universal value which deserves protection for the benefit of humanity.

The Leper king

We can see here that Preah Thong already killed the Naga King, and the blood of the Naga spilled on his body made him got leprosy. The story of the leper king may be related to a statue that sits on the terrace of the leper king at the North of the elephant terrace.


The following depictions of war comes from the walls at the Bayon temple. A Buddhist/Hindu temple reiterating Gen. Patton’s and myself past life reincarnation revealed through our deep subconscious dreams. I was told that Cambodia’s native generals are also having the same dreams but in the Khmer Empire setting. So they too may have been present when those ancient battles took place.