Charles Lindbergh

Birth Date: Feb. 4, 1902
Birth Time: 1:30 a.m.
Birth City: Detroit, Michigan, United States
Degree : 14º33'7.74"
Sun Sign*
Degree : 2º41'11.31"
Moon Sign
Pada : 1
Degree : 28º41'15.31"
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Kundali Details

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Birth Details

Gender Male
Weekday Tuesday
Date Feb. 4, 1902
Time 1:30 a.m.
Daylight Saving No
City Detroit, Michigan, United States
Geo-location 42ºN19'53.15",
Timezone America/Detroit

Residence Details

City Detroit, Michigan, United States
Timezone America/Detroit


Time (America/Detroit) Feb. 04, 1902, 01:30:00 AM
Time (UTC) Feb. 04, 1902, 07:02:11 AM
Time (LMT) Feb. 04, 1902, 01:30:00 AM
Time (Julian) 2415784.79318287
LMT Correction -5.5364 Hrs
Ayanmsha True Chitra - 22º28'38.29"

Birth Place

Location of birth place on map - Lat: 42ºN19'53.15" Lon: 83ºS2'44.7"

Life Attributes

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Major Diseases | Cancer


Business | Entrepreneur Business | Top executive Education | Researcher Military | Combat Military | Military service Politics | Activist/ political Science | Biology Travel | Adventurer Travel | Aviation field Travel | Pilot/ private Writers | Autobiographer Writers | Textbook/ Non-fiction


Work | Work alone/ Singular role Financial | Gain - Financial success in field Social Life | Outdoors Social Life | Sports Social Life | Travel Home | Expatriate


Awards | Medals Awards | Pulitzer prize Awards | Vocational award Famous | Historic figure Famous | Founder/ originator Book Collection | American Book


Childhood | Family noted Childhood | Only child Relationship | Marriage more than 15 Yrs Relationship | Number of Marriages Parenting | Kids more than 3 Parenting | Kids -Traumatic event

Life Story

Story of person and major life events assoicated with this Kundali

American pilot and author, the most famous hero of his day for his flight from New York to Paris on 20 May 1927 which earned him the Congressional Medal of Honor. He was an international hero and celebrity, the first "media star." Never pursuing wealth as an end in itself, he turned down $500,000 to star in movies. He devoted himself to aviation, helping to launch TWA and Pan Am, and traveling the world developing passenger routes. The kidnapping of his first son was a dark time, and his image was tarnished from his remarks prior to World War II. He was also a Pulitzer Prize-winning author for his autobiography and an inventor. Lindbergh was raised an only child on a farm in Little Falls, Minnesota. His father, C. A. Lindbergh, was Republican congressman for the Sixth District of Minnesota from 1907-1917. His mother was Evangeline Lodge Land, a science teacher from a prominent Detroit family. While attending the University of Wisconsin, Lindbergh became enamored of flying, and he began barnstorming, stunt-flying and performing exhibitions at County and State fairs. In late 1926, Lindbergh decided to pursue the Ortieg Prize, a $25,000 award offered to the first person to cross the Atlantic in a heavier-than-air land or water aircraft alone. Lindbergh and his plane, "The Spirit of St. Louis," left Roosevelt Field, Long Island, at 7:52 A.M. on 20 May 1927 and landed in Paris at Le Bourget Airport, 3600 miles and 33 l/2 hours later, on 21 May 1927 at 10:22 P.M. A few days later, when he arrived at Corydon airport in London, crowds and photographers were waiting for the man who had become "The Lone Eagle" in the eyes of the world. His second long-distance solo trip was in 1927, a 2100-mile flight from New York to Mexico City in 27 hours 10 minutes. While in Mexico City, he met Anne Spencer Morrow, the daughter of U.S. ambassador to Mexico, Dwight Morrow. The two fell deeply in love and they were married in May 1929. On 22 June 1930, the Lindbergh's first child, Charles Jr., was born. On 2/29/1932, their baby was kidnapped from the couple's home near Hopewell, New Jersey, sometime between 8 and 10 P.M. On 12 May 1932, the child's body was found in a shallow grave in the woods off the Hopewell-Princeton Road. Bruno Richard Hauptmann was executed for the crime in 1936 and Congress passed the Lindbergh Law, making interstate kidnapping a federal offense. Lindbergh plunged into medical research at the Rockefeller Institute in New York City, furthering the work of rocket science. He invented, with Nobel Prize-winner Dr. Alexis Carrel, a blood-perfusion pump to keep tissues and organs alive while being repaired. During the 1930s, Lindbergh made various visits to Germany. He had become a leading figure in the isolationist America-First movement. Publicity and disenchantment with America drove the Lindbergh's to seek refuge in Europe in December 1935. In June 1936, the German government invited Lindbergh to inspect their air establishments. On 18 October 1938, the No.2 Nazi, Hermann Goring, presented Lindbergh with the "Service Cross of the German Eagle." His acceptance of the medal tarnished his image greatly in his home nation. In 1940, Lindbergh began speaking out against U.S. involvement in WW II, but his statements were tinged with an anti-Semitism that would haunt him in later years. President Roosevelt's criticism of Lindbergh's public statements on 25 April 1941 brought about his resignation from the air corps reserve commission. His request to serve in a military capacity after the bombing of Pearl Harbor was denied by Roosevelt. He did serve as a civilian aircraft consultant for Ford and United Aircraft Corp, flying 50 missions against the Japanese and logging 179 combat hours. He also devised a method of conserving fuel that allowed U.S. aircraft to strike deep into enemy territory. Lindbergh was a gifted writer. He published his autobiography, "The Spirit of St. Louis," in 1953 and won the Pulitzer Prize. His books include " We," 1936 and "Of Flight and Life," 1948. He gradually gained back some of his former favor in the U.S. and was appointed brigadier general in the Air Force reserve by President Eisenhower in 1954. Lindbergh lived in Darien, Connecticut with his wife, three sons and two daughters. He was a consultant and director of Pan-American Airways. For recreation, he was a skin-diver and skier. He died of lymphoma cancer on 26 August 1974 in Maui, Hawaii. On 29 November 2003 the media reported that DNA tests conducted by the University of Munich in October proved with 99.9 percent certainty that Dyrk and David Hesshaimer, now aged 45 and 36 respectively, and their sister Astrid Bouteuil, now aged 43, were Lindbergh’s children. The famous aviator began his romance with Munich hat-maker Brigitte Hesshaimer in 1957 when she was 32 and he was 55. They carried on their relationship in secret for over two decades and her children knew him only as "Mr. Careu Kent." They learned his true identity much later and did not reveal it until August 2003, two years after their mother died. Lindbergh had six children with his American wife, Anne Morrow Lindbergh. Link to Wikipedia biography

Life Events

List of life events assoicated with this Kundali profile
S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Great Achievement

Jan. 1, 1927

Work : Great Achievement 1927 (Long distance solo flight to Mexico)


Begin Major Project

May 20, 1927

Work : Begin Major Project 20 May 1927 at 07:52 AM in Long Island (Began solo trans-Atlantic flight) .


End Major Project

May 21, 1927

Work : End Major Project 21 May 1927 at 10:22 PM in Le Bourget (End solo trans-Atlantic flight) .



Jan. 1, 1936

Work : Published/ Exhibited/ Released 1936 (Book, "We")



Oct. 18, 1938

Work : Prize 18 October 1938 (Service Cross of the German Eagle) .



Jan. 1, 1948

Work : Published/ Exhibited/ Released 1948 (Book, "Of Flight and Life")



Jan. 1, 1953

Work : Published/ Exhibited/ Released 1953 (Autobiography, "The Spirit of St. Louis")



Jan. 1, 1954

Work : Prize 1954 (Congressional Medal of Honor)



Jan. 1, 1954

Work : Prize 1954 (Pulitzer Prize)


Gain Social Status

Jan. 1, 1954

Work : Gain social status 1954 (Appointed brigadier general in Air Force Reserves)

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Significant Relationship Begin

Jan. 1, 1927

Relationship : Meet a significant person 1927 at 12:00 midnight in Mexico City, Mexico (Future wife, Anne Morrow)



Jan. 1, 1929

Relationship : Marriage 1929 (Anne Morrow)

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Great Publicity

April 25, 1941

Social : Great Publicity 25 April 1941 (President Roosevelt denounces Lindbergh) .


Secret Revealed

Nov. 29, 2003

Social : Secrets revealed 29 November 2003 (had three children with German lover) .

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Birth Child

June 22, 1930

Family : Change in family responsibilities 22 June 1930 (First son, Charles Jr., born) .


Family Trauma

Feb. 29, 1932

Family trauma 29 February 1932 at 12:00 midnight in Hopewell, NJ (Son kidnapped) .


Birth Child

Aug. 1, 1932

Family : Change in family responsibilities August 1932 (Son Jon born) .


Residence Change

Dec. 1, 1935

Family : Change residence December 1935 (Moved family to England) .


Birth Child

Jan. 1, 1942

Family : Change in family responsibilities 1942 (Son Scott born)

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description


Jan. 1, 1973

Health : Medical diagnosis 1973 (Lymphoma cancer)

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Child Death

May 12, 1932

Death of Child 12 May 1932 (Kidnapped son's body found) .



Aug. 26, 1974

Death by Disease 26 August 1974 (Lymphoma cancer, age 72) .

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