Andrew D. Basiago. Attorney. Writer. Chrononaut.
He’s an interesting character, no doubt, and the past few days have seen an uptick in Basiago-related articles. That might have something to do with the above video, an interview with Mr. Basiago in which he explains the intriguing story behind Project Pegasus.
“The U.S. time-space program emerged in the mid-1960s in a project under the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency called Project Pegasus.”
There’s also some John Titor mixed into the conversation at around the 32:35 mark.
“I’ve avoided discussing other time travel proponents, if you will, because I’m not trying to convince anyone of my truth, or set myself up as a judge or critic of other peoples’ accounts. I’m simply standing in my own truth and telling it….
However, I can offer this insight about the John Titor story….the device he describes bares no semblance to any device I’ve ever had contact with…Another problem I have with his account [is that] evidence is not deemed reliable if you can’t link it to the person who is alleged to have developed it….We don’t know who John Titor is. So, in addition to the technology being something that I don’t recognize, we have no John Titor, and that’s troubling.”
Be sure to check out the lengthy write-up over at The Huffington Post, Seattle Attorney Andrew Basiago Claims U.S. Sent Him On Time Travels.