We were literally in George Washington's encampment to advise him to retreat from New York Harbor... When they turned the device on, we popped into view, literally in his encampment. He was sitting there, a very august gentleman, and I remember he was kind of looking at us with some mirth, and said, "Well, what am I to presume you are, Lads? Angels?" We explained that we were time-travelers from the future. We informed him what we were instructed to tell him, which was he was going to win the Revolutionary War, become the first president of the United States, be regarded, essentially, as the father of his country, but that all of those things depended on him (sic) taking our advice to retreat and to move his 2,000 or more troops from New York Harbor, which they did in the middle of the night there.
Friday, November 23, 2012
Was George Washington advised by time-travelers? WA attorney says he was.
Washington State attorney, Andrew Basiago, says that he was involved in a DARPA time-travel project called Project Pegasus as a child. At 28 minutes into the Nov. 21, 2012 episode of "Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura" (below), he says that
Conspiracy Theory S03E03 Time Travel Secrets
James P. Hodges, Ph.D.