Andrew D. Basiago
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|Andrew D. Basiago|
|Born||18 September 1961|
Morristown, New Jersey
|Alma mater||University of California, Los Angeles [UCLA], B.A. (History); University of Cambridge, M.A. (Philosophy)|
|Affiliations||Project Pegasus, MARS|
Andrew D. Basiago (b. September 18, 1961) is an American lawyer and political activist, founder of a group dedicated to disclosing data about Project Pegasus, which is described as a "classified, defense-related research and development program under the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) in which the US defense-technical community achieved time travel on behalf of the US government," and founder of the Mars Anomaly Research Society (MARS), which proposes Mars is an inhabited planet.
As part of his activist campaign, Basiago submitted himself as a candidate for the 2016 United States Presidency, running on a platform of 100 Proposals, ranging from UFO disclosure to intelligence reform to Sasquatch protections; though this candidacy was unsuccessful, Basiago outwardly made early preparations for another run in 2020, but these seem to have not come to fruition.
Basiago reports that he was a participant in Project Pegasus, a DARPA program based out of El Segundo, California, serving as a "chrononaut" in a Martian exploration and colonisation mission, along with Barry Soetero (who would become Barack Obama, 44th U.S. President), Regina E. Dugan (who would become the Director of DARPA), Mary Jean Eisenhower (People to People International), William M. McCool, Bernard Mendez, and William Stillings. Transport to Mars was said to be accomplished using a "jump room," a secret technology reverse-engineered from alien craft originating in Alpha Centauri.
- http://www.projectpegasus.net/index — homepage of the Project Pegasus Disclosure Group
- http://andy2016.com/ — homepage of Andrew Basiago's 2016 presidential campaign
- Basiago, Andrew D. (2009), Project Pegasus: Mission Statement, projectpegasus.net, https://web.archive.org/web/20200329004155/https://www.projectpegasus.net/mission_statement