Did America secretly experiment in time travel and teleportation?

Attorney Andrew D. Basiago - who participated in the 2016 presidential election - confirmed that he was involved in the space-time travel project of the Washington government at the age of 7.

Attorney Andrew D. Basiago - who participated in the 2016 presidential election - confirmed that he was involved in the space-time travel project of the Washington government at the age of 7.

In Hollywood, it's not hard to come across sci-fi movies or TV shows on the topic of government organizations conducting unethical experiments or top-secret missions. Teleportation and time travel are very popular motifs in science fiction movies.

A classic example is the film The Philadelphia Experiment , produced in 1984. The film tells the story of the US government's experiment in creating "stealth warships" but did not expect to move two sailors on board. harbor in Philadelphia in 1943 to the Nevada desert in 1984.

Another example is the movie 12 Monkeys , produced in 1995. The film is about a prisoner from 2035 sent back to the past to prevent the spread of the deadly virus that wiped out most of humanity.

Space-time transfer

One cannot help but wonder whether the authenticity of the stories above. Has the US government ever conducted any teleport test - someone's time?

Many people will probably answer "yes" , simply because they want to believe in this possibility. Or, they think they are related to or have been involved in a similar project. For example, the unverified case of Andrew D. Basiago. He claimed he was invited to participate in the US government's top secret experiment program, called "Project Pegasus".

Andrew D. Basiago is a famous lawyer in Washington. In 2004, he announced that as a child, he was involved in the top secret US "Pegasus Project" , under the direction of the Advanced Defense Research Projects Agency (DARPA).

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Although there is no concrete evidence, many people still want to believe in the ability to move space-time.(Photo: Beyondsciencetv.)

What exactly did a 7-year-old child do in 5 years of participating in the "Pegasus Project"? Basiago said that between 1968 and 1972 - the period when the United States was stagnant in the space technology race - he was part of the space-time child displacement experiments.

In a 2012 interview with the Huffington Post, Basiago explained that children were used as the targets of the "Pegasus Project" to determine the mental and physical impact of time travel on children. He also revealed that children are better able to adapt to the forward and backward movements of time.

As to how instantaneous travel and time travel can be done, Basiago believes the technology was developed by Nikola Tesla before his death in 1943.

Bending the continuum of space-time is thought to be achieved by exploiting what Tesla calls "radiant energy" . The secret veil of this "hidden and pervasive energy" can be lifted up by a machine that creates "two elliptical bombs" about 2.5 meters high and built 3m apart.

When the " Pegasus Project " participants entered the radiant energy field, they found themselves in a vortex tunnel before reaching their destination.

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Basiago said it was him in a photo taken at Abraham Lincoln's historic Gettysburg speech.(Photo: Beyondsciencetv).

During the program, Basiago said he went back in time to attend Abraham Lincoln's historic Gettysburg speech that occurred about the second half of the 19th century. According to Basiago, he could even be discovered in A photo was taken during the event.

He also claimed that he had traveled many times to the Ford Theater on the night President Lincoln was assassinated. And because he moved to the Ford Theater in 1865 several times, at times he even encountered versions of himself on trips.

This led Basiago to conclude that the technology used for the "Pegasus Project" would have unpredictable consequences if the government decided to regularly use it for time travel.

He also believes that what the US government achieves in this program is not just bending space-time, but also creating a different reality for the timeline.

Teleport to Mars

In addition to statements related to DARPA and the Pegasus Project, Basiago considered himself a "discoverer of life on Mars". He said that in the 1980s, he had moved to Mars as one of Earth's ambassadors.

At some point during the Mars mission, he met dinosaurs, especially a Plesiosaur (a snake-headed animal, a lizard body). As if the cannibal dinosaurs on Mars were not sensational enough, Basiago said that among those who had teleported to Mars like themselves in the 1980s was President Barack Obama.

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The Plesiosaur lizard that Basiago said had met on Mars.(Photo: Dinosaur Picture).

According to Basiago, Mr. Obama went by a different name while participating in this project. It was Barry Soetoro. According to the researchers, Mr. Obama actually used this name in university transcripts when he was attending Occidental University, Los Angeles.

However, Basiago's stories seem only to serve his goal of running into the White House in 2016. The effort has failed, but Basiago said he will continue running for president in 2020.

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