|born on||27 January 1940 at 17:45 (= 5:45 PM )|
|Place||Boston MA, USA, 42n21, 71w03|
|Timezone||EST h5w (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||06°52' 18°23 Asc. 18°19'|
American scientist-astronaut; the author of several books including "Mars 1999," detailing space exploration. O’Leary is a researcher and lecturer dedicated to new paradigms of science and global transformation.
O’Leary attended the University of California at Berkeley in 1967 and earned his Ph.D. in astronomy. He served on the faculties of the Cornell Institute of Technology, the University of California and Princeton University. During his time with NASA, he worked on the Apollo program, was deputy team leader of the Mariner 10 Venus-Mercury television science team, and at age 27, he was scheduled to go to Mars, a trip he never took due to the cancellation of that program.
During the late 1970s, O’Leary had several experiences that changed his outlook on life and took him into scientifically "forbidden" territory. A near-death experience and a remote viewing experience coupled with the healing of what seemed an incurable knee problem led him into new avenues of exploration. He became a modern scientific prophet and activist in "new science." Although he fell into a deep depression at one time and felt much frustration when attempting to get his ideas to the world, he persevered and completed his trilogy: "Miracle in the Void: Free Energy, UFOs and Other Scientific Revelations;" "Exploring Inner and Outer Space;" and "The Second Coming of Age."
- Social : End a program of study 1967 (Ph.D. from U.C. Berkeley)
Lynne Koined quotes him by letter
- Vocation : Writers : Textbook/ Non-fiction (Science-space and new age)
- Personal : Religion/Spirituality : Near Death experience
- Diagnoses : Major Diseases : Spontaneous healing (Extreme knee problems)
- Traits : Mind : Education extensive (Ph.D.)
- Vocation : Science : Astronomy (NASA program)
- Diagnoses : Psychological : Depression