Present day scientists agree that the ability for time travel and teleportation IS possible, but don’t say WHEN.
Would it surprise you to learn that we already have the technology and ability to transverse time NOW and that we’ve had it for well over 50 years?
It appears that the government has been experimenting with teleportation since the 1950’s, according to military whistle blower and Washington attorney, Andrew Basiago.
I was up in Mt. Shasta, California recently and had the opportunity to dine with Andy and question him firsthand.
Unusual dinner conversation? You bet! I found his story compellingly credible and his memory for details worthy of a Mensa candidate (which he is). I can hardly remember what I ate I was so captivated by his story.
Basiago’s involvement as a time traveler for Project Pegasus, a Defense Advanced Research Project Agency program (DARPA) started as a young child in the late 60’s and continued through his teen years.
He was recruited by his father, who worked in military intelligence. Andrew’s dad was a part of the “time-space program” known as Project Pegasus which utilized Nikola Tesla technology for teleportation.
(This explains why over 50% of Nikola Tesla patents and research materials have been placed under lock and key by the defense department for reasons of “national security”).
The military’s experimental use of young children of military intelligence personnel is legendary. As a clinical therapist once practicing in the Norfolk, Virginia area, home of the Atlantic Fleet and several military bases, I treated a few grown-up candidates from some of these covert programs.
They included everything from mind-control to inducing dissociative states in children to create an alter personality to carry classified information without detection. It was the penultimate spying program (see MKUltra).
It was hard to believe such tales at first, but their stories were all eerily similar and were not elicited under hypnosis. Most of these programs are covert and not openly sanctioned by the government or, oftentimes, not even known about by even the top military brass.
So it wasn’t much of a stretch for me to keep an open mind about what Andy was sharing regarding his own experiences working for several secret military programs.
Much was first reported about Andy’s time travel in the Huffington Post in 2012. He recounted how he had traveled back in time to President Lincoln’s Gettysburg address (and was caught in a photo), as well as forward in time to the year 2045.
Each time his handlers had him report back in detail what he saw, political and social details, and who the president was during that time.
He claims that after a very early time traveler leap into the future he reported back that there was a black president named Barack Obama. He confides that his handlers were especially interested in identifying future presidents in order to foster and shape their early development.
Andy claims that many of the most recent presidents, including both Bushes, Clinton and Obama were told of their future presidential roles long before they came into power.
Andy even reports being involved on a project where he briefly roomed with a young black man named Barry Soetoro (later to take the name Barack Obama).
Interestingly, Obama has acknowledged knowing Andy Basiago as well as being familiar with Project Pegasus. As to any further details regarding his involvement – he has remained mum.
As Captain Spock would say, “Fascinating.”
Some people may recall hearing the term Project Pegasus from its use in the Stargate Atlantis TV series. However, it’s no secret in Hollywood that deep space stories as well as the film The Day the Earth Stood Still were scripted based on info gathered from military film consultants who suggested such ideas.
Truth is often hidden in plain sight under the guise of fantasy. I myself wondered how accurate time travel was, as portrayed in film and TV, with Andy’s own experience. Can we go back in time and correct some horrendous event such as the realm of Hitler or John F. Kennedy’s assassination?
Unfortunately, the answer is “no.” If it could be corrected, we wouldn’t even know about it ever having happened to go back and try to correct it in the first place. Not even Stephen King’s time traveler character could go back and undo the Kennedy assassination in his book 11/22/63. Too bad.
I also had to ask Andy whether teleportation is anything like Star Trek’s “beam me up Scotty” holodeck? According to Andy, this would be impossible for humans, unlike inanimate objects.
Atomic cellular reconstruction from point A to point B is just too complex. The re-assembled human version would arrive dead. Andy says he traveled through man-made time vortals (vortex portals) that used pulsing radiant energy.
One had to take a fast running leap into the vortal or the body could start dis-assembling. He recalls how one boy, who faltered, came through with both legs cut off at the knees. Yikes!
Inside the vortal he would often see other alien-like entities observing him, and experienced the feeling at times of both falling and not moving.
As for the actual logistics — his time leaps might take from a few seconds to as long as one minute, during which time he was instructed to fill his lungs and hold his breath.
There was little oxygen in the vortal and having breathing control was necessary to avoid passing out. If he passed out, he might not come back.
Hmm. Teleportation, however intriguing as it may seem, also sounds kind of dangerous. Is that why they sent expendable children? Andy says that since the 1970’s they have perfected the technology and today it could be used to clean up the earth.
He came forward as a whistle blower because he believes such highly advanced technology should be freely available to the world and that it would positively change humanity.
Just in transporting goods, it would alleviate the need for combustion engines, fuels, and other materials that deplete and/or pollute our environment.
This lawyer, turned activist for truth and transparency, ran for the U.S. Presidency in 2016. His goal was to get the government to finally release this incredible technology and bring it out in the open.
He foresees escalator transports (kind of like subway stops) becoming the new teleportation vortals of the future. Hey Andy, if teleportation technology can put an end to enduring the gridlock traffic of the Los Angeles 405 freeway, you certainly got my vote!