During the middle two hours of the program, Andrew D. Basiago, president of the Mars Anomaly Research Society, discussed his teleportation to Mars and breaking news about the discovery of a Martian head. Basiago described his experiences as one of 140 school children selected for DARPA's Project Pegasus, a secret American teleportation and time travel program. The U.S. intelligence community was going forward in time to retrieve and bring back scientifically and culturally significant artifacts, he said. An analysis of humanoid and animal forms in NASA photograph PIA 10214 that he published in 2008 was one of the items brought back to his present, Basiago recalled, noting that he read the paper aloud to his father in 1971. "Now they're slightly blurry, but I deny anyone to claim that the images [in PIA 10214] are not of the basic human form," he added.
Basiago disclosed how his participation in Project Pegasus led him into the CIA's Mars teleportation program. From 1980 to 1984 he said he would regularly visit a building in El Segundo, California, that was owned and operated by Hughes Aircraft. According to Basiago, an elevator in that building would morph from a box into a cylinder and then passengers could step out onto the surface of Mars. He claimed to have interacted with Martians and been taken to their underground civilization where he was taught about the various Martian typologies. Basiago identified the figure in the Martian head photo as Homo maris maris, a humanoid species indigenous to the planet with an elongated head, a bulbous crown, pointy ears and a spindly body. He credited photo analyst Patricio Barrancos of Argentina with finding the head and suggested it is corroborative data of the CIA's Mars jump room program and his claim that Mars is inhabited.
Ingress: More Than A Game?
In the first hour, New York Times bestselling author Thomas Greanias commented on the massive worldwide mobile augmented reality "game" Ingress, created by Google's Niantic Labs. Greanias believes Ingress is much more than a game, pointing out that it is likely a disguise for crowdsourced research into something called exotic matter. scanner technology used to locate exotic matter somehow fell into the public's hands so they said it was a game, he posited. Greanias described exotic matter as 'ordered data' which cannot be seen and surrounds the world's oldest monuments and capital cities. 'Shapers' on the other side of some transdimensional portal may have been sending these signals here, he explained. "The data is ordered, it has come from somewhere else, it is influencing us, and probably has for millennia, and we really better get to know what this is all about," he warned.
The final hour featured a replay of Open Lines from 8/17/12.