Project Pegasus – Teleportation Disclosure (1/14) on Coast to Coast AM

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Project Pegasus – Teleportation Disclosure on Coast to Coast AM

Date: 11-11-09
Host: George Noory
Guests: Andrew D. Basiago

Appearing during all 4 hours of the show, attorney Andrew D. Basiago discussed his experiences within a secret DARPA program– "Project Pegasus," and what he claimed to be the true history of U.S. time travel research and teleportation technology. As a child, he said his father volunteered him to be inducted into the experimental program, as a "trainee/guinea pig" from the years 1969 to 1972. He described being teleported from a location in Woodbridge, NJ to Santa Fe, NM via a device derived from Tesla technology. A "cavern" opens up into the fabric of time-space that is wrapped around the "teleportees" as they are repositioned to a new location, he explained, adding that it’s more like the TV show Sliders than the teleporters on Star Trek.

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