Andrew Basiago, Teleportation, and Project Pegasus
Reposted from Nov. 13, 2009
Apparently when Nicola Tesla died, the War Department and the FBI raced to his apartment to take possession of his papers. The War Dept. won and the military establishment developed some of the ideas contained in them.
One was teleportation. Tesla had worked out the principles and equations for a teleportation device, which, when Andrew Basiago was 9 years old in 1968, was to become the first human being to be teleported from one location on Earth to another.
[If you’d like to listen to Jessica Schaub’s 6-hour interview with Andrew, go to http://www.projectpegasus.net/media_youtube.%5D
By the time he finished his young career in 1981, his “jumps” included trips to Mars and to the year 2045. The latter jump was to pick up a microfilm of the history of the Earth from the time of the jump until 2045.
During his career as a jumper, he learned that the Dept. of Defence, as it later became known, had a “chronovisor” (could be the same as what Burisch calls the “Looking Glass”) which allowed them to see and film events from the past.
Basiago personally watched a crucifixion which he thought to have been Jesus and he also watched the signing of the American Constitution, recognizing George Washington and Benjamin Franklin.
The chronovisor also allowed the military establishment to see events from the future, so that they knew, and briefed, every person who was destined to be an American president – including Barack Obama.
In fact Basiago once met Obama and had an extended argument with him over the relative predatory behaviour of multinationals in which Obama took the centrist position and Bosiago the left of center.
At the conclusion of the discussion, a friend of Obama’s who witnessed the argument told Basiago that he had better be nice to Obama because Obama was destined to become President of the United States. Only Basiago could appreciate the nature of that knowledge.
Basiago and the other more than a hundred young jumpers were what he calls “branwashed” to forget their experiences, but he worked hard from the time he was 38, ten years ago, to now to recover his memories.
Now that he has, Basiago wants the military to release teleportation technology for the benefit of humanity.
He has maintained his whistle-blowing campaign in the face of death threats from the Bush administration, feeling that some people are obliged not to fear death in the face of making the difference for humanity that the release of teleportation technology would bring.
I listened to Basiago on George Noory’s Coast to Coast AM broadcast last night. That may eventually work its way onto Youtube.
Another broadcast of Basiago’s is featured at this site: http://tinyurl.com/yc8nn2r (1)
Basiago’s own website is under construction but can be found at: http://www.projectpegasus.net/
His Mission Statement reads:
Project Pegasus was begun in 1968 by Andrew D. Basiago, when he was serving as a child participant in the US time-space exploration program, Project Pegasus.
Andy, a lawyer in private practice in Washington, was the first American child to teleport and one of America’s early time-space explorers, as told in his soon-to-be-published book, Once Upon a Time in Time’s Stream: My Adventures in Project Pegasus at the Dawn of the Time-Space Age.
Andy serves as Team Leader of Project Pegasus.
The mission of Project Pegasus is to lead the legal and political campaign to urge the US government to disclose its teleportation capability, so that this life-advantaging technology can be used by humanity to achieve planetary sustainability.
(1) According to Alfred Webre, a second whistleblower has come forward on time teleportation: see http://tinyurl.com/y9obops