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Seattle Attorney Andrew Basiago Claims U.S. Sent Him On Time Travels

 
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He MAKES MONEY with PAID MEMBERSHIP to the "Project Pegasus" website.


SCAM ALERT!!!!!!!
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Clearly a scam, lol.
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Andrew basiago was on coast to coast, he claimed to be in a secret school in the 1980s a college of conciousness or something- with Dr. Doom.. where Ed dames was the professor. Ed dames called in the radio show and denied it, Said why dont you start a cult.

He also said he was at lincolns inauguration and there is a photograph of him in time life, a little boy with big shoes. He says that was him.
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Too bad Al Bielek is not with us to concur. Where is Stewart Swerdlow on this..or Duncan?
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swerdlow is the other guy i do listen to and believe when he tells his story. he has said it during many different interviews over the years and it's almost exactly the same each time.

i can't find any discrepancies - same with basiago. maybe a few extra tidbits of information here and there, but nothing that sounds flat out wrong.

interesting these guys are really coming forward...
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See also:

Thread: Secret DARPA Time Travel Program May Hold Key to Understanding the Deep Politics of 9/11 Update on Gringrich
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And yet the same revolutionary beliefs for which our forebears fought are still at issue around the globe—the belief that the rights of man come not from the generosity of the state, but from the hand of God.

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Lincoln's economic advisor Henry C. Carey explained the universal issue in his 1851 Harmony of Interests:

"Two systems are before the world.... One looks to pauperism, ignorance, depopulation, and barbarism; the other to increasing wealth, comfort, intelligence, combination of action, and civilization. One looks towards universal war; the other towards universal peace. One is the English system; the other ... the American system, for ... elevating while equalizing the condition of man throughout the world."
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Regarding the pic in the Huffington Post: something about it looked 'off' to me. It took a while for me to put my finger on it. It's the boy's hair. Personal hygiene in the 1860's was rough at best, especially in a war zone. Men/boys probably wouldn't have 'clean' water to wash their hair with or shampoo. I imagine their hair would be greasy and matted. The boy's hair is freshly shampooed and nicely cut. The nice appearance of his hair contrasts with the men's large boots-- a child whose family couldn't afford shoes that fit probably could less afford a nice haircut with SHAMPOO that leaves one's hair in the condition this kid's is in.

Just something that might make you go hmmmmmmm.....
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Very sleuth - ish
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Didn't Basiago also once state there would be doom in 2012
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Didn't Basiago also once state there would be doom in 2012
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Not doom just some sort of a barrier, same as Ed Dames.
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Let me say that I have listened to Andrew's interview(s) on Coast To Coast AM. I obviously cannot validate his stories or speak to their credibility, but I do feel that I'm fairly good at reading peoples' character. The way that Andrew speaks, it comes across as having integrity (honesty) behind his words. He doesn't come across as an individual trying to sell you a bunch of falsehoods or trying to marvel you with his incredible story. He comes across as sincere, and not crazy.

That being said, his story is really 'off the wall'. Part of me remains cautious but the other part of me reminds myself that unimaginable things in this life are indeed possible, and very little of what goes on 'behind the scenes' is actually made public knowledge. Basically, we grow up with this distorted and corrupted view of what is actually 'possible' in this life, and it greatly influences our perception - usually in a detrimental way.


Actually, Basiago(whom I find very credible by the way) maintained that childrem were used because they were more observant due to a lack of biases and preconceived notions that many adults have. Also, and perhaps more importantly he maintained that the children's energy/aura template(my approximation of what he stated) allowed them to time travel with minimal complications. Adults time travelling though were prone to insanity according to him.
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Cheers, I also found him to come off sounding credible. And that point that you illustrated, I think it's a very important one. Children are not corrupted by the outside influence of society. They are more connected to their natural self and their spirit than adults are - for that very reason. Once adults start teaching children what is and is not possible from their perception of the adult world, it slowly diminishes those childrens' capabilities.

One thing that troubled me about his story. There was a mention of an incident about a child being transported (or teleported) into a timeline, and when the child was brought back, he/she was superimposed over a physical object and the feet were cut off or lost - as Andrew described it. I had a hard time coming to grips that there was a group of adults voluntarily allowing their children to participate in an endeavor that had so much risk to the well being of those children. Andrew said his father was a participant in the program and that's how he was introduced to Project Pegasus.

Very weird story and I don't know what to completely make of it yet. Certainly the narrator didn't give me any red flags to dismiss the story entirely, but I'm still trying to wrap my mind around the details as well as the implications.

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Andrew basiago was on coast to coast, he claimed to be in a secret school in the 1980s a college of conciousness or something- with Dr. Doom.. where Ed dames was the professor. Ed dames called in the radio show and denied it, Said why dont you start a cult.

He also said he was at lincolns inauguration and there is a photograph of him in time life, a little boy with big shoes. He says that was him.
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Yes this is the same interview that I listened to and that exchange was very interesting. I took it with a grain of salt though because Ed Dames can come off very arrogant sounding and he's always talking up his 'research' group as to want to attract new customers. Dames doesn't like to discuss the things he missed or was incorrect about. If Dames was more modest and more honest about his past, I'd have an easier time putting more stock in his opinions.

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Did this guy fall off a Sci-Fi movie trailer?
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Regarding the pic in the Huffington Post: something about it looked 'off' to me. It took a while for me to put my finger on it. It's the boy's hair. Personal hygiene in the 1860's was rough at best, especially in a war zone. Men/boys probably wouldn't have 'clean' water to wash their hair with or shampoo. I imagine their hair would be greasy and matted. The boy's hair is freshly shampooed and nicely cut. The nice appearance of his hair contrasts with the men's large boots-- a child whose family couldn't afford shoes that fit probably could less afford a nice haircut with SHAMPOO that leaves one's hair in the condition this kid's is in.

Just something that might make you go hmmmmmmm.....
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Very sleuth - ish
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The photo is well known and can be seen by searching for photos of Lincoln's Gettysburg Address. It doesn't appear to me, at least, to have been photoshopped.

Here's a link. Scroll down about 2/3's of the way down the page. You can see the boy with the clean hair. : )


[link to www.historyplace.com]

What he needs to do in order to provide some proof is show us a photo of himself at that age in the 70's (late 60's?)
Maybe even a photo of himself in costume, so to speak.We could then compare it to the "time traveller" photo.
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Regarding the pic in the Huffington Post: something about it looked 'off' to me. It took a while for me to put my finger on it. It's the boy's hair. Personal hygiene in the 1860's was rough at best, especially in a war zone. Men/boys probably wouldn't have 'clean' water to wash their hair with or shampoo. I imagine their hair would be greasy and matted. The boy's hair is freshly shampooed and nicely cut. The nice appearance of his hair contrasts with the men's large boots-- a child whose family couldn't afford shoes that fit probably could less afford a nice haircut with SHAMPOO that leaves one's hair in the condition this kid's is in.

Just something that might make you go hmmmmmmm.....
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Very sleuth - ish
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It looks like shampoo wasn't even around in the 1860's:
Innovation in Hair Care

At the turn of the century, when hair care was still a deeply troublesome practice, the industry was poised for a breakthrough. In 1898, the Berlin chemist Hans Schwarzkopf opened a drugstore with a section dedicated to perfume. When that part of his business proved especially successful, the chemist focused his efforts on developing new products for it--most importantly, products for the hair. According to the current company's Web site, “Hans dislike[d] the expensive oils and harsh soaps used to wash hair, and [was] inspired to create a better solution.” What Schwarzkopf developed was a water-soluble powder shampoo. It’s ease of use made the product so popular that by the next year Schwarzkopf began to supply his powder shampoo to virtually every drugstore in Berlin—and with an eye on the international market (Schwarzkopf-professional.com). Despite the powdered shampoo’s convenience, the soap products it still contained caused undesirable alkaline reactions that dulled the hair.

An article published in the New York Times in May 1908 outlines a number of “simple rules” on “How to Shampoo the Hair.” It is aimed specifically at women, claiming that “every woman likes to have her hair not only daintily and becomingly arranged, but soft and glossy in appearance and texture…[and] the shampoo is a necessary part of the treatment,” whether the feat is to be achieved by oneself or with the help of “one’s maid or hairdresser.” The article explains hair is best shampooed at night, following a thorough combing and brushing of the hair, and then carefully singeing all split ends. After an olive oil-based Castile soap is applied with a stiff brush, the hair is rinsed four times, the latter rinses with cooler water to prevent the head from overheating and limit the potential for catching a cold. If it sounds like a difficult regimen to follow, it should be noted that in 1908, many “hair specialists recommend the shampooing of the hair as often as every two weeks, but from a month to six weeks should be a better interval if the hair is in fairly good condition” (emphasis added). In other words, the gradual build up of soils both natural and from the environment over the course of two or more weeks clearly necessitates the ritual, if only because less demanding hair care products were only just emerging.

much more here: [link to www.randomhistory.com]
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this is probably why the govt is preparing for December 2012. it's already happened.



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Here is a pic of a boy soldier during the Civil War. Note his hair is flat and shiny like it's greased.

[link to www.tias.com]
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Cocaine is a hell of a drug
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Yup, just had me some.
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me too, haha

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this is probably why the govt is preparing for December 2012. it's already happened.



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"All of this has happened before and will happen again."

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Edited to correct the BSG ref.

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this is probably why the govt is preparing for December 2012. it's already happened.



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chuckle

Hello from FEMA Region 11!

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Civil War Boy, flat hair:

[link to www.history.com]

another:

[link to www.bookthink.com]

And even in the 'fancy', staged pictures, the kids' hair didn't look as nicely shampooed and styled as the pic on the Huff post:

[link to www.remainstobeseen.com]

[link to www.etsy.com]
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Don't doubt it. Homosexual commie transvestite liberal with personality dysfunction David Willcock said in his book that time travel is possible.
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I don't really know this Willcock much nor do i care to, but do you have any proof that time travel is NOT possible?


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Do you have proof that it is?
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Cool video but the people in the background need to STFU.
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Time travel, that's the ultimate fantasy for a lawyer worrying about how to make their billable hours for the year.
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He's one of the lucky ones that made it back and is out.
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Does anyone else here watch "Fringe" on Fox on Friday nights? If you do, you cannot help but see some similarities between Basaigo's narrative and the plotline of Fringe.
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Since 2004, Seattle attorney Andrew Basiago has been publicly claiming that from the time he was 7 to when he was 12, he participated in "Project Pegasus," a secret U.S. government program that he says worked on teleportation and time travel under the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.

[link to www.huffingtonpost.com]
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I am looking for a new atTRONney.

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It's official: Time machines won't work

[link to latimesblogs.latimes.com]
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Cocaine is a hell of a drug
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Basiago used to be a company lawyer for a video games producer who sold a game about a time traveller......
Spend half an hour on the internet with a few search engines and you can verify this.

Anyone who still takes him seriously after reading his so-called "research paper" about proof of life on Mars needs his head examined. The guy is an obvious disinfo agent spreading false information in order to discredit the subject. He has provided not one iota of evidence to back his claims and he's a complete joke in the UFO research community.
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Since 2004, Seattle attorney Andrew Basiago has been publicly claiming that from the time he was 7 to when he was 12, he participated in "Project Pegasus," a secret U.S. government program that he says worked on teleportation and time travel under the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.

[link to www.huffingtonpost.com]
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IDK... but everyone knows we can only go back in time "7 DAYS" into the past!
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Since 2004, Seattle attorney Andrew Basiago has been publicly claiming that from the time he was 7 to when he was 12, he participated in "Project Pegasus," a secret U.S. government program that he says worked on teleportation and time travel under the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.

[link to www.huffingtonpost.com]
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Dont forget to buy the T-shirt:

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