Has President Obama Traveled To Mars?

At the age of 19, President Barack Obama had already been to Mars.

At least, that’s what two self-proclaimed “chrononauts” are alleging.

According to NBC News, Andrew D. Basiago and William Stillings are claiming that President Obama was part of a top secret DARPA operation in the 1980s. Together, Basiago, Stillings, Obama, and even current head of DARPA Regina Dugan had been recruited into the project.

Their mission: To travel to Mars and act as ambassadors to the Martian people and animal life.

The initial course was reportedly taught by none other than Ed Dames, and travel to Mars was accomplished via something called the “jump room.”

Obama is reported to have visited Mars at least twice between 1981 and 1983.

The White House has denied the allegations.

Basiago himself is no stranger to the mysterious government program scene. He claims to have served “as a child participant in the US time-space exploration program, Project Pegasus,” which began in the late 1960s. It’s a project often cited in paranormal conversation, and is said to have encompassed a variety of otherworldly endeavors: Out-of-body experiences, time travel, remote sensing, and teleportation.

Some feel this new “revelation” points to forthcoming disclosure regarding UFOs and other extraterrestrial matters.

Previously, a UFO spotted on an official White House Christmas card had sparked rumors of imminent UFO disclosure.

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    1. he actually went before he was president then years later he was told he would infact be president by members of the pegesus project in DARPA

      1. I live in mexico, strange things are happening here as well. Our president was told by a famous witch that he would be president but would not end his term, and apparently he now has cancer and he is just beginning his sencond year in office. Weird stuff.

  1. So THIS is why he wouldn’t show his birth certificate– had to airbrush the whole Mars part off. Checkmate, sheeple!

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