Trains, Planes & Teleportation

Beam me up, Scotty!  

Have you ever wanted to teleport anywhere in the blink of an eye? Or how about back in time? Are you the type of person who thinks you could go back and right a wrong, or would you try to profit from the knowledge of the past? There are many stories about time travel and devices that make it possible. Today I will tell you about a man who claims he worked in a secret government time travel program and met with prominent historical figures.

Andrew D. Basiago is an individual who was involved in a secretive government project known as Project Pegasus. As a result, Basiago said Project Pegasus was a classified program that operated during the late 1960s and early 1980s, focusing on time travel and teleportation experiments.

Basiago said he was selected as a young child to participate in Project Pegasus due to his exceptional mental and physical abilities. He states that the project aimed to develop and harness advanced technologies for time travel and teleportation to gain strategic advantages.

Blood Lines  

As per Basiago's accounts, the teleportation aspect of Project Pegasus involved a device called a "chronovisor," which he claims could create a "vortal tunnel" enabling instantaneous travel to different locations. He states that he was teleported to various destinations on Earth and beyond, including Mars.

In addition to teleportation, Basiago claims that Project Pegasus also explored time travel. Consequently, he states that using a time machine, he and other participants were sent to different time periods, both in the past and the future. So, according to his assertions, Basiago claims to have witnessed historical events and interacted with notable figures such as Abraham Lincoln during these time travel missions. For example, Andrew said he landed in Gettysburg when he was just 10 years old, on November 19, 1863, when President Abraham Lincoln gave his famous Gettysburg address.

A Wrinkle in Time 

On a different occasion, he traveled back in time to meet with General George Washington in August of 1776. He instructed Washington to remove his troops from Manhattan Island to ensure his overall success in the Revolutionary War. How did Andrew visit Washington? Basiago used a device called the Chronovisor which allows a person to see and interact with people and events in the past through a viewing device without leaving the present. In addition, he describes the experience as a holographic image. While speaking to Washington, the General asked him if he was an angel. Andrew smiled and said no, he was a boy from the future.

Basiago's experiments and engagements took him not only in the past but transported him to other planets in our solar system. As a result, in the 1980s, while working under Project Pegasus, he utilized a technology called the "jump room" to teleport to the Red Planet to act as an ambassador to the Martian civilization.

Moreover, Basiago contends he encountered many extraordinary things, not the least of which were towering dinosaurs and what he described as humanoid "scorpion men." Indeed, to hear Basiago tell it, Project Pegasus revealed Mars to be an extraordinary and dangerous place.

Everything is Coming up Rosie

Most importantly, his travel involved a teleporter, "jump room," based on technical papers purportedly found in pioneering mechanical engineer Nikola Tesla's New York City apartment after his death in January 1943. However, representatives of the U.S. government's Office of Alien Property seized all documents relating to the brilliant and prolific 86-year-old inventor's work, never to be seen by the public again. 

Andrew stated that the teleporter consisted of two gray elliptical booms about eight feet tall, separated by about 10 feet, between which a shimmering curtain of what Tesla called 'radiant energy' was broadcast, Basiago said. "Radiant energy is a form of energy that Tesla discovered that is latent and pervasive in the universe and has the capacity to bend time-space among its properties."

Further, Basiago said project participants would jump through this field of radiant energy into a vortal tunnel, and "when the tunnel closed, we found ourselves at our destination." That is to say, "One felt either as if one was moving at a great rate of speed or moving not at all, as the universe wrapped around one's location," Basiago said.

Back me Up

Andrew has shared his accounts of Project Pegasus through interviews, public lectures, and writings. In other words, he has described detailed experiences and encounters during his involvement with the project. Basiago states that Project Pegasus was conducted under the auspices of various government agencies, including the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).

Most importantly, Basiago's claim receives support from Alfred Webre, a lawyer specializing in "exopolitics," or the political implications surrounding an extraterrestrial presence on Earth. Webre said teleportation and time travel have been around for 40 years. Still, the Defense Department monopolizes the technology for its purposes instead of being used to transfer goods and services to benefit humankind.

A few More

Andrew D. Basiago's story is impressive; however, examining the possibilities of teleportation is essential. That is to say, let's look at the idea of moving goods and people with today's technology—first, let's look at cargo ships. Shipbuilding technology goes back about 10,000 years, as evidenced when the Pesse canoe was unearthed in the Netherlands in 1955. Today ships are the second most used form of transportation, and approximately 1.2 million people hold employment across the industry.

Next, we examine the locomotive. In 1825 a commercially successful steam-powered locomotive chugged down the Darlington Railway in northeast England. The locomotive used for this railway was called Locomotion No. 1, designed by engineer George Stephenson. On September 27, 1825 (198 years ago), Locomotion No. 1 hauled a train consisting of coal wagons and passenger carriages on the Stockton and Darlington Railway, marking the birth of the modern railway era. Today there are 177,747 people employed in the Rail Transportation industry in the U.S. as of 2023.

Move It! 

After years of research, experimentation, and development, the Wright brothers successfully flew their aircraft, the Wright Flyer, on December 17, 1903 (120 years ago), near Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, United States. Orville Wright piloted the first flight, which lasted 12 seconds and covered a distance of approximately 120 feet (36.5 meters). Today air travel ships over 52 billion tonnes of cargo by air, which means industry jobs are always in demand. The U.S. airline industry (passenger and cargo airlines combined) employs 784,310 workers.

Finally, we look at ground transportation. The first commercially produced truck, the "Motorwagen," was built by Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach in 1896 (126 years ago). This early truck was made by the Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft company in Germany. It featured a four-horsepower engine and a payload capacity of approximately 1.5 tons. Consequently, trucks are the number one form of transportation today. Accounting for roughly 7.9 million jobs, this form of shipping is the preferred method of moving goods and people globally. 

If you examine the past 200 years, you see we moved from slow wooden ships traversing the seas to swift planes flying over both land and sea. Why would it be hard to imagine we would have the knowledge and technology to compress space and time? Maybe we already are.


I gave you four examples of how we move people and stuff today. As a result, those industries account for $1.5 Trillion in revenue today and are Projected To Grow to $2+ Trillion at the end of 2023. Ask yourself one question, who doesn't benefit from this new technology?

It's important to note that Basiago's claims have been met with widespread skepticism and lack tangible evidence to support their validity. The scientific and broader communities generally regard his assertions as unfounded and lacking credibility. No verifiable documentation or corroborating testimonies have emerged to substantiate the existence of Project Pegasus or the claims of teleportation made by Basiago.

However, we know Tesla worked on wireless energy in the early 1900s. In 1901, Tesla received financial backing from J. Pierpont Morgan (he also owned General Electric) to build his Wardenclyffe laboratory in Shoreham, Long Island. After several years and continued success, Morgan pulled his financial support. In 1905, Tesla was out of funds and lost control of the Wardenclyffe laboratory. The wireless electric facility was demolished in 1917 and sold for scrap.

Power to the People

Question. What is the primary metal used for transferring electricity? One of the most commonly used metals to conduct electricity is copper. As a material, copper is pliable, easy to wrap or solder, which makes it the best choice when large amounts of wiring are needed. Who owned the most copper or investments during the early 1900s? You guessed it, J. Pierpont Morgan held about 64.5%. Furthermore, throughout his career on Wall Street, Morgan spearheaded the formation of several prominent multinational corporations, including U.S. Steel, International Harvester, and General Electric which subsequently fell under his supervision.

It's crucial to approach Basiago's claims critically, recognizing the absence of empirical evidence and the extraordinary nature of the assertions regarding Project Pegasus and the use of unknown technologies. However, it is also imperative to investigate the history of the largest companies in the U.S. and see if they stand to gain or lose based on the validity of today's science. Side note: If you want to secure your dominance and wealth, you must control the market. 


I have provided you with a small piece of evidence to examine. It is up to you now. How can one person dominate several major industries? Why do we still use 200-year-old technologies to move from point A to point B? Is there more to the story? Andrew D. Basiago and his description of Project Pegasus is one of a thousand exciting stories available to us. Are you curious?


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