In November of 2016, a story about a man named Andrew D. Basiago made the headlines. Basiago was claiming that he had participated in a secret government program called Project Pegasus which involved time travel and teleportation. He also claimed that the program had been investigating the existence of extraterrestrial life. This was not the first time that Basiago had made such claims; he had spoken about his experiences in Project Pegasus since 2009. So, is Basiago telling the truth, or is he just making up stories?
Basiago’s story begins in the early 1970s, when he was just a child. He says that he was recruited into Project Pegasus by his father, who worked for the CIA. The project was based at Stanford Research Institute (now SRI International), and its aim was to develop time travel and teleportation technologies. Basiago claims that he took part in various experiments, including one in which he was teleported from New Jersey to California in a matter of seconds.
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In 1981, Basiago says that he was sent on a mission to Mars. He alleges that he traveled there using a “jumproom”, a device that instantaneously transports individuals to any location in the universe. Once on Mars, Basiago claims that he and the other members of his team explored the planet for several weeks. He says that they found evidence of past civilizations, but no sign of any current Martian life forms.
After returning from Mars, Basiago claims that he was sent on several other time-traveling missions. He says that he visited the year 2045, and witnessed a future world in which the United States had been replaced by a global government called the “New World Order”. He also claims to have seen aliens and to have met President Barack Obama while he was still a child.
Basiago’s story is certainly an extraordinary one. And it’s not just his word against the government’s; he has provided some evidence to back up his claims. In 2015, he released a photograph that he says was taken on Mars in 1981. The picture shows a landscape that does look like it could be Mars, but it’s impossible to say for sure.
Basiago also has the support of another man who claims to have participated in Project Pegasus: Alfred Webre. Webre is a lawyer and author who says that he worked on the project from 1968 to 1972. He has written a book about his experiences, and he has given numerous interviews in which he backs up Basiago’s story.
So, what are we to make of all this? It’s certainly possible that Basiago and Webre are telling the truth, and that the US government really did develop time travel and teleportation technologies in the 1970s. However, it’s also possible that they are both making everything up. Until we have more evidence, it’s impossible to say for sure.
In 2009, Basiago decided to go public with his story. He gave interviews to various media outlets and even wrote a book about his experiences. Since then, he has continued to speak about Project Pegasus and its implications for the future of humanity.
So, what do we make of Basiago’s claims? It is certainly possible that he is telling the truth, and that Project Pegasus was a real government program. However, there is no concrete evidence to support his story. Until more information comes to light, we will just have to wait and see. what are your thoughts on this story? Do you believe that Basiago is telling the truth, or do you think he is making everything up? Let us know in the comments!