Tuesday, March 19, 2013

#474: Andrew Basiago

Andrew D. Basiago presents himself as “attorney, time traveler with D.A.R.P.A.” Although it may not be the first question you’ll ask after regarding that brief self-presentation, “D.A.R.P.A.” stands for Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. According to himself “[i]n the late 1960s and early 1970s, Andrew Basiago in the company of his late father […] was repeatedly teleported from one part of the United States to another. […] Andy was one of a group of children participating in the time-space exploration program of the US defense-technical community, named ‘Project Pegasus.’ In that capacity, Andy was the first American child to teleport and took part in trips to past and future events utilizing time travel technologies then being researched and developed by [DARPA].”

His paper “The Discovery of Life on Mars”, published in 2008 (but not in a top-tier astronomy journal, despite its potentially revolutionary nature), “was the first work to prove that Mars is an inhabited planet.” After publishing this landmark paper, Basiago founded the Mars Anomaly Research Society (MARS) (probably not to be confused with J.P. Skipper’s Mars Anomaly Research), which “continues to make breathtaking discoveries of life forms and ancient artifacts on Mars.” I don’t doubt it. According to Basiago himself: “I am leading the campaign to achieve political recognition of the fact that Mars is inhabited because we must now enact the international treaty that is required to protect the ecology and civilization of Mars from visitation, exploration, habitation, and colonization by human beings from Earth. We must remember that Mars does not belong to the people of Earth. Mars belongs to the Martians!”

Andy is also on a crusade as a lawyer and activist to have the US government 1.) Disclose its time travel capabilities for public use; 2.) Disclose the fact that the planet Mars harbors life; and 3.) That the USA has achieved “quantum access” to past and future events.

Ah yes, the quantum. What, exactly, “quantum access” would mean is left unexplained.

Basiago was a participant at, I kid you not, the “Dolphins and Teleportation Seminar 2011” (do visit that site! There is so much love on that website that it beggars belief), which included “interspatial communication, quantum merging, E.T contact, teleportation to Mars, swimming in gentle waters with dolphins, sound healing, heart opening, cell activating, soul leadership, your planetary mission, laughter and humor, divine feminine, Geomancy, higher consciousness, the transformation of the ages, sacred wisdom societies, Martian life & artifacts, creating new timelines, mysticism and physics, empathy, intuition and creativity combined with logic and wisdom; PLUS Alternative 4 – the benevolent, peaceful reality we are creating.” It is discussed here.

Diagnosis: Andrew Basiago is probably kind as a pillow, and too gentle for such a harsh reality as ours. Luckily, he appears to have no intention of developing anything that could be mistaken for a connection to said reality either. Harmless.


  1. you are correct. andrew basiago is an entertaining speaker and, in all likelihood, an entertaining writer as well. but he doesn't seem to inhabit the same reality as the one in which most of us live. but calling him a "loon" isn't enough. i'd like to know how people such as basiago become delusional and how they manage to sustain their delusions decade after decade. the basiagos of this world certainly would be interesting subjects for some kind of extensive, analytic study........

  2. You miss the point. The purpose of this website is character assassination and debunking. All of the opinions expressed coincide with those of government agencies. If your "reality" is defined by officialdom...then Basiago is a grade one nut.

  3. Andrew Basiago deserves no place on this list. He is a brilliant man, leading the truth movement.

  4. Basiago is a genuine nut and a lier! Not only are his lies very easy to see through and debunk, but the amount of red flags he throws up for recognising someone who is making up what he is talking about almost make Basiago a perfect text book example of a "what to look for in a lier"

  5. He made the list on ListView:

  6. There was a "Project Pegasus" in Marvel Comics, first appearing in 1978.


  7. I'd like to know if Andrew has ever took a lie detection test? If so what were the results?

  8. Easy to debunk if one has no knowledge of the subject. So far, no evidence he is lying but no firm corroboration, either. "Just because it is impossible doesn't mean it is not true." It is a fringe subject and seems outrageous, but I'm hedging my bets. Many things we have today started out as outrageous claims. For this claim we need more data before rejecting it outright.