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Andrew D. Basiago - Teleportation Trip to Mars & Life on Mars
October 18, 2009
Andrew D. Basiago, the founder and president of MARS and team leader of Project Pegasus, is a lawyer, writer, scholar, and 21st century visionary. His paper The Discovery of Life on Mars, published in 2008, was the first work to prove that Mars is an inhabited planet. In the late 1960s and early 1970s, he was a child participant in the time-space exploration program of the US defense-technical community, "Project Pegasus." Andrew says he was the first American child to teleport and take part in probes to past and future events utilizing time travel technologies being researched and developed by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). For over ten years, Andy has investigated his experiences in Project Pegasus on a quest to prove them and communicate them to others. He returns to the program for a three hour discussion on Mars, life on Mars, human activity there and his teleportation to the red planet. We continue in the second and third hour to go into greater detail about Andrew’s trip to Mars and the purpose. Andrew talks about martian humanoids, meeting the martians, their language and appearance, He mentions their high pitched voices and body structure. We also discuss time displacement, quantum displacement, the Hunt family and the teleportation trip to Mars. Andrew describes the atmosphere and smell on Mars as well as his acclimatization. He talks about the underground facility where the teleportation "elevator" was located on Mars. Later, we talk about the cataclysm in 9500 B.C. that affected Mars and Earth, pyramids, Baalbek as a space port, pharaoh statues, the face and fossils on Mars, Giza in Egypt and the Earth/Mars link.


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The Discovery of Life on Mars


The Discovery of Life on Mars | Facebook


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The Discovery of Life on Mars

Comments (4)

Lobal Warming?
Since the IPCC has been so discredited, either this guy is still in the CIA and purposefully spreading disinformation or he is clueless as to what is really going down on planet Earth.
#4 - spinningdisk - 16/04/2014 - 22:32
I find it fascinating in discovering the multiple ways in which what we interpret as physical reality, is able to be manipulated.
#3 - Nathan - 18/06/2013 - 18:50
Not sure what to make of it.
I've enjoyed listening to Mr. Basigo's fantasic story both here and on youtube. I find that he never really seems to answer questions directly. He always seem to go off into discriptions of other details of his story. It seems to me, he never gets right to an answer nor explains details of that answer. (ie. when asked in this interview about dewlings on Mars). Also I've read of his paper and just can't see the "life" discribed in the photographs, so much so it drove me to search for the photos at NASA and JPL websites. Interesting interview but for now I'm still undecided.
#2 - m.schwoerer - 08/03/2013 - 05:28
What A Trip
I just realized that I have returned to the old Basiago interviews often over the years. Great stuff, seems very far-flung at times, but his conviction and salient delivery are convincing.

Recent news about Mars has me wanting to hear what Basiago has to say these days about the (still undisclosed) wider truth regarding space, our solar system, teleportation, transportation and of course one of the more mind bending ideas...time travel.

I appreciate the work you guys do up there, keep finding these great voices and lets all help eachother figure out this big mystery that is life!
#1 - Tyler Smith - 04/12/2012 - 04:37
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