File:Star gate.jpg

Star gate may refer to the Fort Meade RV Project Star Gate, a teleportation portal, or a gate of the underworld.

Developments[edit | edit source]

According to Andrew Basiago and Philadelphia Experiment enthusiasts, under the Richard Nixon administration, the United States Air Force discovered time travel through Project Pegasus. In 1970, the Air Force took an interest in Howard Hughes to help invest in the advancing of time travel with the creation of a large black time-gate. Basiago referred to it as a "stargate". It was finally built in 1972. Under the Jimmy Carter administration, the project was masked by calling a Remote viewing program at Fort Meade, "Stargate Project". Meanwhile the Air Force, behind the scenes, out of the world's view, the Americans, and possibly with unified Soviets, conducted numerous teleportation jumps to Mars throughout the 1980s.

Vorta teleportation[edit | edit source]

See also: Tesla's X-ray experimentation
See also: Tesla's theoretical physics

Vorta teleportation, or "Tesla teleportation" is a term used by Andrew Basiago to describe the type of teleportation that the Stargate uses. His reference to "Tesla" is a wink to Nikola Tesla (d.1943) for his research in the most important component that makes teleportation and time travel possible: "radiant energy" (Compare: Memorandum 6751, Line 7, "{radiant energy"). Tesla believed the 19th-century concept that an all-pervasive "ether" transmits electrical energy.[1] If this theory is true, the same "ether" can transmit "radiant energy" (Compare: Memorandum 6751, Line 7, "etheric").

Mars[edit | edit source]

Missions to Mars is to navigate vast regions of anomalies captured in observations.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Seifer, Marc J. (2001). Wizard: the life and times of Nikola Tesla: biography of a genius. Citadel. ISBN 978-0-8065-1960-9, p. 1745

Resources[edit | edit source]

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.