This is a rare document from 1959 by Orfeo Angelucci, author of "The Secret of the Saucers and "Son of the Sun", within Orfeo speaks of the flying saucer coverup so to speak, and of unidentified objects seen over Palmdale California, and a provides a photo of the object, and photo of the lockheed star which reported the mystery object, also a copy of a letter from Lockheed to Orfeo refusing to release the photo, proof in itself that the Government has pictures and they will not release this evidence, A rare publication from a notable UFO Author, Very Scarce , not another copy likely. Document is 16pp, and is in Good cond, with prev owners notation and underlining throughout, still very readable copy.Orfeo Matthew Angelucci ( Orville Angelucci ) ( June 25, 1912 – July 24, 1993 ) was one of the most unusual of the mid-1950s contactees who claimed to be in contact with extraterrestrials .[ 1] Angelucci claimed that he suffered from poor health and extreme nervousness for most of his life, and eventually moved for health-related reasons from Trenton, New Jersey to California in 1948, w he got a job on the assembly line at the Lockheed aircraft plant in Burbank . Fellow contactee George Van Tassel was also employed for a time at this plant. In his books, Angelucci says he was particularly terrified of thunderstorms and was attracted to California because he heard thunderstorms were very rare t Angelucci wrote the first version of his pseudoscientific account of matter, energy and life, The Nature of Infinite Entities in 1952, based on "research" done earlier in Trenton, including the launching of a giant cluster of weather balloons. Beginning in the summer of 1952, according to Angelucci in his book The Secret of the Saucers (1955), he began to encounter flying saucers and their friendly human-appearing pilots during his drives home from the aircraft plant. These superhuman space people were handsome, often transparent and highly spiritual . Eventually Angelucci was taken in an unmanned saucer to earth orbit , w 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. In his later book, The Son of the Sun , Angelucci related an account that he claimed had been told him by a medical doctor calling himself Adam, whose experiences were similar to Angelucci's. He also published several pamphlets on space-brotherly themes, such as "Million Year Prophecy" (1959), "Concrete Evidence" (1959) and "Again We Exist" (1960).
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