Orfeo (Orville) Angelucci (June 25, 1912 – July 24, 1993)
Until yesterday, I had never heard of this person. So, of course, I had to see him, astrologically.
According to Angelucci in his book The Secret of the Saucers (1955), he first encountered flying saucers and their friendly human-appearing pilots during his drives home from the aircraft plant during the summer of 1952. These superhuman space people were handsome, often transparent and highly spiritual. Eventually Angelucci was taken in an unmanned saucer to Earth orbit, where he saw a giant “mother ship” drift past a porthole. He also described having experienced a “missing time” episode and eventually remembered living for a week in the body of “space brother” Neptune, in a more evolved society on “the largest asteroid”, the remains of a destroyed planet, while his usual body wandered around the aircraft plant in a daze.Wikipedia
The timing of Angelucci’s birth chart has Jupiter (‘space’ travel) @ the age of 40. Neptune opposite the Midheaven may indicate fantasy, but it could also represent spiritual knowledge. His natal Moon (at the Avatar gate in Scorpio) is opposite his Taurus Ascendant. There are two inconjuncts linked to Uranus.
Sun Inconjunct Uranus
There is a side of your personality that is very restless and impatient with rules, even when you know they are for your own good. You want very much to go your own way and do your own thing, even when you aren’t entirely sure that is the right direction for you. So you rebel in subtle ways by having fits of obstinacy and moods of feeling very contrary, especially to your parents or other authority figures.
Venus Inconjunct Uranus
You feel mixed up about whether you want to be close to others or be free. When you are really close to a loved one, you feel smothered and want to get away by yourself to do what you want. But when you are alone and free to do what you want, you miss your loved ones and want to be with them. It will take you several years to understand yourself enough so that you can strike a balance between these two needs, so be patient.
If Carl Jung thinks Orfeo Angelucci is the real deal, so do I.