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{December 8, 2009}   Andrew Basiago is predicted whistleblower by Web Bot program?
Time Travel

Mr. Basiago disclosed the existence of a secret US time travel program called Project Pegasus.

A September 15, 2009 report using Asymmetric Language Trend Analysis (ALTA) of data collected by the Web Bot predicts that “It is very likely that the ‘whistleblower’ who had been described in previous ALTA reports (see 1309) as emerging out of the period of the [coagulation] of the [government/officialdom of the USofA due to financial structure collapse] is a person by the name of [Andrew D. Basiago].”

Clif High, administrator of the Web Bot and author of the ALTA report, states that the truth campaign of American whistle blower Andrew D. Basiago will raise Mr. Basiago’s public profile “to a very high level within the mainstream media and that such presence in the media will climb over the next 9/nine months to a planetary level.”

Basiago published a paper entitled The Discovery of Life on Mars on December 12, 2008 that contains photographic evidence and textual analysis of humanoid beings, animal species, carved statues, and built structures on Mars.  These were derived from images taken by NASA’s Mars Exploration Rover Spirit on the surface of Mars.  His paper, which achieves over 50 “firsts” in science, is the first work to prove that Mars not only harbored life in ancient times but is an inhabited planet today.

Referring to his paper, the ALTA report states “The past forecast for this person who would make a [planetary impact] of such magnitude that [a second wave] of other [whistle-blowers] of all kinds would be drawn into the public view includes descriptors and archetypes that are currently being fulfilled by reports about Andrew’s paper.”

The ALTA report also states, “[T]he linguistics both around Andrew D. Basiago and by him reach to almost 34/thirty-four percent of the predicted linguistic set (actually quite significant levels when attempting to match personality to forecast at this early a stage).”

Read the full article at the Examiner.

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