Two whistleblowers independently report teleporting to Mars and meeting Martian extraterrestrials

By | September 12, 2009

Two whistleblowers, both formerly involved in secret research and development projects undertaken by US defense agencies, have independently verified their secret teleportation to US bases on Mars, and to meeting intelligent Martian extraterrestrial life. Their accounts are now available on the Internet, and can be seen below in this article.

One of the whistleblowers, Arthur Neumann, is a former employee of the US National Security Agency (NSA), who until recently referred to himself as Henry Deacon for fear of retaliation by the NSA.

On July 25, 2009, at the European Exopolitics Congress in Barcelona, Mr. Neumann publicly stated, “There is life on Mars. There are bases on Mars. I have been there.” The following day, Mr. Neumann participated in Futuretalk, a Project Camelot documentary interview, in which he provided details of his teleporting to a base on Mars and participating in a one-hour NSA project meeting, which was also attended by representatives of an intelligent civilization that lives in cities under the surface of Mars.

The other whistleblower, lawyer Andrew D. Basiago, is a former child participant in a secret time travel project launched by the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). In a six-hour interview released August 31, 2009, Mr. Basiago “relates his experiences in DARPA’s Project Pegasus during the period 1969 to 1972, and describes probes to past and future events that he took via teleportation and chronovision during the early days of time-space exploration by the US government.

“He [Mr. Basiago] confirms that the United States has been teleporting individuals to Mars for decades and recounts the awe-inspiring and terrifying trips that he took to Mars in 1981 after he was tapped to go there because he had teleported as a child participant in Project Pegasus.”

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6 thoughts on “Two whistleblowers independently report teleporting to Mars and meeting Martian extraterrestrials

  1. Ann

    Ignoring “teleportation” for a moment,
    what do you make of this? Can we believe this?

    The link, which Xeno provides, goes to site that offers two YouTube videos. The first one is a lecture (well it’s a presentation) by Robert (Bob) Dean. He does the presentation without notes, he repeats himself and at times rambles, but …

    Dean says he had top secret clearance in the U.S. military for 40 years and he had access to military and NASA’s information on UFOs, about which, apparently, he became quite acquainted.

    He says, during the Apollo 13 mission to the Moon, UFOs were photographed by the astronauts, which he displays. And, they were huge. But, that’s nothing:

    He also says that during the Viking Mission to Saturn two artificial satellites were photographed, one larger than our Moon. And, he also displays a satellite image of an alien craft that was 2000 miles long and so many miles wide, he says! He also claims that there are alien bases on underneath the surface of Mars.

    He says that human evolution has been altered or tampered with by aliens. Human evolution is not a natural event, but manipulated by extraterrestrials for a long, long time, for 200,000 years!

    At the very end of the presentation he says that every conference he has presented there are at least one, usually two aliens in the crowd.

    So, what are we to make of these remarks from a former military officer? Are they true, partially true or sheer nonsense? And, if they are untrue, why would he seem to exaggerate the size of the alien crafts and the presence of aliens among us?

    1. Xeno Post author

      Good comment Ann. I have not seen incontrovertible proof of aliens. I had an offer to see such proof in Utah years ago, but I declined. It seemed too risky because the person who made the offer also claimed her husband was killed by the secret government for talking about the aliens. For certain knowledge, they say, there is always a price to pay. Now, through a completely different acquaintance, I may have another chance at some proof. What if I see something that 100% convinces me, but I have no proof to share with anyone else? Would that be enough for me? Would I think myself crazy because others would no doubt believe that I was?

  2. Ann

    Yes, I haven’t seen incontrovertible proof of aliens either, but that’s not the point. Aren’t we to recognize that some people among us who do know more? A physician knows more about human bodies and their function than most laypeople. An engineer knows more about building bridges, let’s say, than certainly I do. Wouldn’t one expect a former military officer with access to knowledge about space know more than we do about things in space?

    Either this former military officer is exploiting our ignorance or such things as our scientific studies of evolution are wrong. After all, how do scientists explain the punctuated evolutionary change in human species? Science doesn’t have a clear answer, so should I think these changes are due alien tampering?

    I personally think the guy is a pompous jerk, despite appearances to the contrary. He’s only gaining recognition and status or whatever through our ignorance. But, that’s only my opinion. (I’m not saying anything about the existence of extraterrestrial aliens, as they could very well be … etc.) Whatever. Have a nice day!

  3. Joe

    Well I was once told by a military man that of course there are aliens and had to deal with them but had never met them face to face, but I think about them just in work, he says it like I know people in Brazil exist but I don’t give a second thought to them not unless im told to deal with a brazilian.

    1n 1996 I refused to buy a new computer as I had saw the next generation where it was like you were in the computer pulling out files from cabinets etc and you could actually paint walls using brushes hands etc, in 2005 I bought a new computer because I got sick of waiting for this to come out, despite seeing and using one, and its still not here yet.

    1. Cheng

      I don’t think life in Brazil was ever disputed.
      For someone not to give a second thought for the hotly disputed existence of extraterrestrial aliens is just nonsense….even for a military type!

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