Stanley, Henry Morton
|born on||10 June 1840 at 05:02 (= 05:02 AM )|
|Place||Carmarthen, Wales, 51n52, 4w19|
|Timezone||LMT m4w19 (is local mean time)|
|Astrology data||19°20' 25°38 Asc. 06°47'|
|Alternative rectified time|
|Rectified by Isaac Starkman|
|Date||28 January 1841 at 04:28:56 (= 04:28:56 AM )|
|Place||Denbigh, WALES (UK), 53n11, 3w25|
|Timezone||LMT m3w25 (is local mean time)|
|Astrology data||08°10' 10°23 Asc. 12°41'|
Welsh journalist, politician and explorer who opened Africa. A child born in shame as his mom was unmarried, he became a writer. In May 1871 he began his search for Dr. Livingstone in Africa to report the story. After five months in the untracked jungles, when finding the man, he delivered the famous, anecdotal line, "Dr. Livingstone I presume?" He stayed with Livingstone until March 1872, trying to persuade him to return to civilization. When Livingstone died in 1874, Stanley returned to Africa to carry on his work.
He died 10 May 1904, London, England.
Steinbrecher quotes the date 10 June 1840 from Sir Stanley's coffin plate and the time 5.02 from NN No.248 for Carmarthen, Wales. Garth Allen gives the same date in Kosmos Vol 7 No.2 with a time of 5:20 AM.
NN No.003 has an alternate date, January 28, 1841. Old Moore 7/1908 has the same from Raphael's Almanac "given 20 years ago with the time of 5:00 to 6:00 AM, rectified to 5:02 AM." Denbighshire, Wales has also been suggested as the birth location.
Starkman rectified to 28 January 1841 04.28.56 LMT, Denbigh.
- Personal : Birth : Illegitimate birth
- Vocation : Travel : Adventurer
- Vocation : Writers : Columnist/ journalist
- Notable : Famous : Historic figure