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28684008 the Secret of the Saucers 1955

28684008 the Secret of the Saucers 1955

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THE SECRET OF THE SAUCERS
Edited by Ray Palmer Published byAMHERST PRESS1955
c. 1955, by Orfeo M. Angelucci
With deep affection and gratitude for their understanding and loyalty, I dedicate this book to myloving wife, Mabel and my devoted sons, Raymond and Richard.
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Contents
FOREWORDTHE DISK FROM ANOTHER WORLDI TRAVEL IN A FLYING SAUCER MY MEETING WITH NEPTUNE"WE CAN APPEAR AND FUNCTION AS EARTHMEN, ORFEO!"THE PAST IS NEVER DEAD!AIRPLANES DO DISAPPEAR!FLYING SAUCER CONVENTION IN HOLLYWOODMY AWAKENING ON ANOTHER PLANETTHE TRIP EAST NEPTUNE AGAIN AND PHENOMENA IN NEW JERSEYI HAVE A VISIONHOW TO KNOW A FLYING SAUCER STRUCTURE AND MOTIVE FORCES OF FLYING DISKSTHE TRUE NATURE OF THE SAUCER MYSTERYTHE SECRET OF THE SAUCERS2
 
FOREWORD
Many persons have asked me why the space visitors should have chosen me for contact rather thansome other individual whom they considered eminently better qualified for such a contact thanmyself. Why, they infer, should the space visitors have picked so insignificant a nonentity as I for their revelations?In all humility 1 tell you that I too have asked both the space visitors and myself that very questionmany times. And it is only within recent months that I have begun to understand fully just why 1was chosen. But this is not the place in this book to disclose the reasons for their choice. After youhave finished the book, however, you will have the answer. It is up to you then to decide whether or not you agree with the saucer beings in their choice of contact.Thus I shall begin by telling you something of my early life and the space Visitors first contact withme back in the year 1946, when I was totally unaware that I first came under their observation.My childhood was the usual happy, carefree childhood of most American boys. I joined in the lessstrenuous games, attended school and was fairly good in my studies, although I was always frailand in poor health. Fortunately, my family was in fairly comfortable circumstances and they andmy two indulgent uncles saw to it that I always had the best medical attention available.My youthful trouble was diagnosed as "constitutional inadequacy" and its symptoms were great physical weakness, lassitude, lack of appetite and malnutrition. Hence I tired very easily and theslightest physical effort often left me weak and exhausted. I suffered from severe migraineheadaches and as I grew older it seemed at times that every nerve and muscle in my body achedwith excruciating pain.When I was in the ninth grade the doctors advised that I discontinue school and continue mystudies at home. This arrangement was highly satisfactory with me, for I had always been intenselyinterested in all branches of science. At home I was able to devote my entire time to the study of these subjects.With plenty of rest and on a weight-building diet I gained strength and within a year the doctors believed I was well enough to return to school. But as my family had suffered some financialreverses in the meantime, it was decided that it would be best if I went to work for a while. Iheartily approved. My first job was with my uncle's flooring and Stucco Company. He hired me asan estimator-salesman as I was not equal to any heavy work. I liked the work and enjoyed gettingout and meeting people. All in all I got along pretty well even though I was considered just a kid. Inmy spare time I continued to study all of the books I could get hold of on scientific subjects.In 1936 I met Mabel Borgianini, an attractive Italian girl who is a direct descendant of the famousItalian Borgias. From the first, both of us knew that we were meant for each other. Her happy,cheerful disposition helped me to keep from brooding over my health and physical inability toaccomplish all of the things that I longed to do. It was the happiest day of my life when we weremarried. About a year later our first son, Raymond, was born and our cup of happiness was full.A little later I suffered a complete physical breakdown and was forced to give up my job. Myweight fell alarmingly from 150 to 103 pounds and I was so weak that I could scarcely sit up. After a number of medical examinations and complicated tests, the doctors decided I was suffering froma neurovascular disturbance. They prescribed complete rest and continuous medical attention.3

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