20 Missions To Mars Through Jumpgate Portals Located In El Segundo, California

Andrew Basiago claims he visited Mars 20 times between 1981 and 1984 through a Jumpgate located in El Segundo, California. He says others including VIPs such as former CIA director Admiral Stansfeld Turner were also sent to the Martian surface through eight scattered portals in mid-latitudes. Basiago says the average daily temperature was around 70 degrees Fahrenheit and the air was similar in oxygen content at an altitude of 11,000 feet on Earth.

Basiago claims that at any one time there were up to 1,500 Americans on the surface of Mars who were there to maintain a continuous presence and they had to escape numerous predators. His experiences with predators from Mars and other wildlife led him to recognize some of these animals and vegetation in NASA\’s Rover images.

His most controversial claims concern unusual creatures that he says can be identified on other Mars Rovers and satellite images that include a scorpion man and gremlins. Basiago refutes criticism that what he witnessed in the images of Mars is just a case of pareidolia, especially when it comes to an alleged image of a gremlin walking in what appears to be a small wood. In the subsequent discussion, Dr. Michael Salla proposes a distinction between objects that Basiago recognized from his time on Mars that can be claimed as corroborating evidence of his general experiences, to other objects such as gremlins that can be attributed to pareidolia.

Regardless of the more controversial elements of Andrew Basiago\’s analyzes of Mars Rover and satellite imagery, his detailed memories of voyages to Mars on 20 occasions when he spent significant periods on the Red Planet from 1981 to 1984 have been independently corroborated by several other individuals. . These include Brett Stillings, William White Crow and Bernard Mendez, who have publicly confirmed their participation in the Mars Jumpgate program and the involvement of others such as Major Ed Dames.

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