This morning on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory, Andrew D. Basiago revealed his time traveling experiences as part of DARPA’s Project Pegasus. Basiago was one of 140 American children who participated in teleportation experiments in the late 1960s and early 1970s. He claimed that he was sent back in time to 1 million BC where he saw two huge dinosaurs chomping grass. Later, he was teleported to the year 2045, to pick up microfilm containing intelligence data on the events that had occurred since the early 1970s.
Basiago stated that the knowledge of the future was used to alert future US presidents including both of the Bush’s and Barack Obama. Basiago said that met future President Barack Obama in 1982 when he was attending UCLA and Obama, then a student at Columbia University, was visiting former classmates at Occidental College in Los Angeles. Basiago claimed that Obama, then age 20, already knew that he would one day be president.
Basiago also said that in 1972 he was rewarded for his good work at DARPA by being sent back in time via a wormhole to 1863 to witness Lincoln’s historic Gettysburg Address speech. While at Gettysburg, the image of the young Basiago then ten years old, was reportedly captured in one of the only known photographs of Lincoln at Gettysburg.
Basiago, who seemed very credible, has exemplary credentials. He is a practicing lawyer, a past member of Mensa, and holds five degrees. He seeks to end the U.S. government’s time travel cover-up.
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“Andrew D. Basiago, 10, at Gettysburg, PA, on November 19, 1863, after being sent there from 1972 by DARPA’s Project Pegasus via a “plasma confinement chamber” in East Hanover, NJ. Andy is the boy standing to the left in the foreground of the image. He is wearing the large shoes that were given to him by Gettysburg cobbler John Burns after he walked into Gettysburg barefoot and shivering in the brisk autumn air after arriving from the future. Andy says that this image was taken shortly after President Lincoln arrived on the dais to deliver the Gettysburg Address.”