Friday, May 20, 2011

Could time travel be real? (Project Pegasus)

Wisdom Quarterly
Child prodigy Stewie Griffin takes Brian on a time traveling journey through the multiverse ("Family Guy")

The team leader of "Project Pegasus," Andrew D. Basiago, is a lawyer, writer, and 21st century visionary. He is an emerging figure in the Disclosure Movement, who is leading a campaign to lobby the United States government to disclose such controversial truths as the fact that Mars harbors life and that the United States has achieved “quantum access” to past and future events.

Basiago visits Los Angeles on May 21, 2011 11:00 am - 4:00 pm, ($99.00) Olympic Collection

He has been identified as the first of two major planetary whistle blowers predicted by ALTA, the Web Bot project that analyzes the content of the World Wide Web to discern future trends.

Basiago shared an update on his truth campaign involving time travel technologies with Coast to Coast listeners. Discussing a recent news story about DARPA's advancement in video surveillance that could end public anonymity, he declared that "DARPA had far surpassed the performance of this kind of technology 40 years ago when I was serving on Project Pegasus" (as a child).

It was not the first time Stewie and Brian travelled through time, having once visited Nazi Germany to find Mort just as the Holocaust began with an aggressive invasion.

(Nov. 11, 2010) As part of DARPA’s Project Pegasus as a young child, now practicing attorney Andrew D. Basiago claims to be one of America's early time-space explorers. He is now revealing his experiences with the US government's time travel and teleportation research.

Project Pegasus: (Nov. 11, 2009) Attorney Andrew D. Basiago discusses his experiences within a secret DARPA program called "Project Pegasus." He claims it is the true history of U.S. time travel research and its development of teleportation technology.