Andy Basiago: Presidential Candidate, Claims to be a Time Traveler

For those who need help making a last minute decision, a dark pegasus has entered the race. Andy Basiago claims to have traveled through time as a child test subject in DARPA’s Project Pegasus back in 1968-1972–and he’s running for president.

Basiago has some interesting ideas and claims. He wants to reveal the technology for time travel, space travel, and teleportation. He wants to reveal the existence of space aliens. He wants to protect the Sasquatch as an endangered species. All of his proposals can be found on his site: andy2016.com.

Naturally I will focus on the two proposals involving time travel. First we have Quantum Transparency:

Quantum Transparency

Hold it. Eight modalities of time travel? Interesting. I had to check this out. I found his explanation of each modality on his Facebook group: Project Pegasus. Here are the eight modalities of time travel, according to Andy Basiago. (These are his words, reformatted for readability)


The 8 Modalities of Time Travel

1. Remote Viewing

Developed by the US military in the 1960’s years before it was supposedly developed at Stanford Research Institute [SRI] in 1972. It uses the human mind to travel to locations distant in space in real time or distant in time-space.

2. Spinning to Induce Out-of-Body Experiences so as to Travel on the Astral Plane

An ancient occult practice. It uses dissociation of the mind to access while awake the astral realm that we access while we are lucid dreaming.

3. The Montauk Chair

Reverse-engineered from the pilot’s seat aboard a crashed ET craft, by which the ET pilot piloted the craft psychically to avoid collisions in space in light of the speed of the craft and the vast interstellar distances traversed. It uses magnetic transduction to boost human consciousness forward in time so that the individual in the chair pre-experiences a moment in his subjective future.

4. The Teleporter

Opens up a vortal tunnel in the fabric of time-space through which the teleportee passes from Point A to Point B in several seconds, was invented by Nikola Tesla. It uses a field of radiant energy to open up the vortal tunnel in time-space. When the tunnel in time-space closes, the teleportee finds footfall in the location where the tunnel closes, either in real time or in the past or future.

5. The Chronovisor

Accidentally discovered by Vatican musicologists Father Pellegrino Ernetti and Father Augustino Gemelli when they were studying the harmonic patterns in Gregorian chants at the Catholic University of Milan in the 1940’s. Ernetti and Gemelli found that the microphone they were developing could pick up the sounds of past events. It uses holograms that are so dense that they have the effect of lensing non-local events into the laboratory which the time traveler can visit and explore while standing in the hologram. The advanced chronovisor was developed from a TV-like screen into a standing cubical hologram of moving, multi-colored light by US defense contractors under DARPA after the Vatican gave the chronovisor technology to the US government for further development.

6. The Stargate

A Tesla teleporter that so concentrates the radiant energy that it derives from the quantum hologram that it can send the teleportee vast distances in time-space. Once inside the vortal tunnnel, the teleportee can see that the tunnel is identical to the tunnel walls of bluish-white holographic light produced by the Tesla teleporter, but since greater distances in time-space can be reached by the stargate, the teleportee spends more time in the tunnel and so has a greater risk of asphyxiation. It was via stargate that Project Pegasus was accessing 2045 in 1972.

7. The Plasma Confinement Chamber

Invented by Dr. Stirling Colgate, president of the New Mexico Institute of Science and Technology [NMIST] and a physicist at the Los Alamos National Laboratories [LANL]. It uses radioactive plasma to propagate a wormhole which the time traveler travels in order to be embedded temporarily in a past event. When this local quantum field effect created around the chrononaut wears off, he experiences transitioning spontaneously back to his point of embarkation in the chamber without traveling via wormhole. It was via this device that Andrew D. Basiago was sent to Gettysburg, PA in 1863 in Spring 1972 as seen in the Josephine Cobb image of Lincoln at Gettysburg.

8. The Jump Room or “Aeronautical Repositioning Chamber” [ARC]

Developed in a joint venture between Parsons and Lockheed, possibly after being reverse-engineered from an extraterrestrial device or as a result of ET-human liaison in which the device was given to the US government by one of the Grey ET species. It uses an unknown process to relocate the teleportee on an interplanetary basis. In the CIA’s Mars jump room program, jumps between Earth and Mars tended to take about 20 minutes and involved the jump room “morphing” from a box to a cylinder and back again during the jump.

Copyright 2016 by Andrew D. Basiago. All rights reserved.


Again, all the modality names and descriptions above are Basiago’s words.

It’s a lot to take in, isn’t it? Half of them (Remote Viewing, Astral Travel, The Montauk Chair, and the Chronovisor) all sound like intangible time travel, like you see in A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. That means you can only observe, but not interact. The other half (Teleporter, Stargate, Plasma Confinement Chamber, and the Jump Room) all imply the ability to physically interact with the past or future. Does that mean time can be changed? No, Basiago claims that time is immutable. Time cannot be changed, only fulfilled. Whatever you do in time has always happened.

For example, Basiago says he visited George Washington in August 1776 and advised him to retreat from New York harbor to save the revolutionary army. Did he change history? No. Before Basiago made his trip, history books already said Washington made that retreat. He only fulfilled history.

And yes, as you can see in #7, there is apparently photographic evidence of Basiago visiting Gettysburg in 1863. He claims to be the boy in the center of this famous Gettysburg Address photo.

Basiago at Gettysburg

Wait, how did he successfully advise Washington if he was just a child? Perhaps Washington carefully considered the wisdom in all advice, even from children. Perhaps Basiago brought back future technology to help convince Washington. Why not, if it happened already in an immutable timeline? You could theoretically try anything and it wouldn’t affect time. How paradoxically liberating.

Speaking of presidents given foreknowledge, here’s Basiago’s second proposal:

Presidential Honesty

Now of course, this leads to an interesting and obvious question. If future presidents are told of their upcoming presidency, was Basiago told he will one day become president? If not, why even bother running? In fact, if such practice were made commonplace and transparent, why even bother having elections? Either you already know who’s going to win or the candidates know whether they will win or lose. How awkward it must be for the candidates running without foreknowledge of a victory.

The answer to the first question is Yes. Basiago has apparently foreseen he will be elected either president or vice president at some point between 2016 and 2028. This also answers the following questions. If candidates are told of a victory within a wide range of years, not a victory on a specific year, then elections will be made up of candidates informed of a victory within that range. That means that elections will start and end with only 3 or 4 candidates, except for perhaps those who want to challenge fate. Sounds pretty efficient to me.

You can read more about Andy Basiago’s campaign on his site: andy2016.com (which already redirects to andy2020.net) and you can find several interviews of him on YouTube. He’s also active on his Facebook group Project Pegasus if you want to ask him a question.

Just in case you need to make a last minute decision and think Trump is too much like Biff Tannen and think Hillary is too much like…Edna Strickland from the Back to the Future Game, Andy Basiago is at the very least an interesting choice for a third party candidate. After all, traveling through time to help George Washington win the Revolutionary War sounds pretty presidential to me.


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