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Smithsonian is a criminal organization. CRIMINAL

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posted on May, 11 2015 @ 05:52 AM
I was presented a video on ATS, which I downloaded for later.

Its been sitting on my PC god knows how long, I finally hooked it up to my TV and sat down, through entire long video.

Mysterious Stone Chambers by Jim Vieira

It is obvious that Smithsonian Institute is hooked up to some sort of secret society that keeps covering up OUR HUMAN HISTORY

That involves Giants with double row teeth, ancient architecture, that earth was smaller in size in our past, that we were definitely visited by ancient aliens.

Smithsonian is probably early version of CIA, they take and disappear evidence, artifacts, even destroy historical sites in some cases.

In 4 corner area they also covered up extensive cave system, while US government made those entrances access prohibited by law (for our own safety reasons)


WE are lied to about present.

We are lied to about the future.

Everything is a lie and I am so damn sick of it.

This is sick.

This is like some kind of cruel and unusual punishment.
edit on 11-5-2015 by TorinoFer because: (no reason given)

posted on May, 11 2015 @ 06:11 AM
a reply to: TorinoFer

although there is no specific topic here other than the Smithsonian. there are all kinds of threads here that cover everything you mentioned. even the Smithsonian.

posted on May, 11 2015 @ 06:18 AM
a reply to: TorinoFer

You want to do a lot more digging into the the evidence for the various "finds" and "lies" that you talk about. A heck of a lot more.

It really is not so cut and dried, and when you are finished i suspect that you will be equally angry, only from a slightly different POV.

It's gonna be a long and uncomfortable journey, buckle up.

posted on May, 11 2015 @ 06:28 AM
a reply to: skalla

Throw a few links please when you some time.

Are you saying that Smithsonian doesn't do coverup.


posted on May, 11 2015 @ 06:47 AM
a reply to: TorinoFer

I think that the Skull and Bones group are part of the cover-up .Without looking I would almost bet that past members of Skull and Bones worked for the Smithsonian .

posted on May, 11 2015 @ 06:55 AM
Is the Smithsonian the only research institute in America? Are they all involved with this cover up?

posted on May, 11 2015 @ 07:38 AM
a reply to: Ritter327

I may as well link "everything" and reference every thread here, ever. All i'm saying is, don't stop looking (ever), and doubt everything.

In short, the internet is largely full of s~~~.

posted on May, 11 2015 @ 08:00 AM
a reply to: skalla

What about information available before the internet? The microfiche, encyclopedias, etc... that all have pre-internet, but yet, contemporary corresponding information?

And, to what end is this cover up hoping to achieve?

posted on May, 11 2015 @ 08:10 AM
a reply to: cmdrkeenkid

A gripe of mine with the net is that it can often spread and perpetuate bunk while obscuring more rational, sourced explanations - typical searches for many subjects in the "Mystery" category will in many cases turn up page after page of results that go back in circular fashion to the same site and no primary source can be found (or an approximation of this).

A prime example of this being the "radiation" of Mohenjo Daro.

Similar things happened prior to the net ofc...Before the net, The Bermuda Triangle was a biiig thing. Not so much anymore, now that we can correlate info much more easily.

But since t'interweb, such stuff has exploded.

ETA: the "cover-up" of rational explanations to produce florid literature and tv programming provides a handsome living to many.
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posted on May, 11 2015 @ 08:42 AM
I completely agree that the Smithsonian is working to keep certain significant archealogical finds from the public. The Smithsonian is only really there to ensure that we dont step away from our current belief system, or anything that could jeopordize Religion, or history of man and earth. This is nothing new and In my opinion was one of the reason the Smithsonian was created. What happened to all of the Giant bones and skulls that were found during the 19th and 20th centuries, that supposedly belonged to the mound builders, A race that stretched from the Ohio river valley all the way down to the southern states. You wont find that in the history books, just that the Indians were the mound builders, And I would of believed that if it wasnt for the Massive armour and swords found underneath one of those mounds. Giant remains that had double rows of teeth, red hair, and traits not found on current humans. That is not the only items hidden away. Anything that goes against our current understanding of human history, will be buried away from the public. Sickening

posted on May, 11 2015 @ 08:48 AM
a reply to: TorinoFer

The Smithsonian doesn't write history books or make any claims. It's a museum. Why is the Smithsonian your target?
Oh and giants with double rows of teeth? Where are the fossils of these people? We have the bones of dinosaurs displayed even though it flies in the face of creation stories. These bones or fossils if you will are millions of years old. Why don't we have skeletons of these giants? Dinosaurs were everywhere on the planet. We find their remains everywhere. We've found the remains of Neanderthal and other early men. These also were found all over the planet. So why not these giants huh?

posted on May, 11 2015 @ 11:03 AM
a reply to: AutumnWitch657

All you have to do is dis-articulate a skeleton, remove the bones from their sockets and so forth, separate each bone from the next by a couple of inches or so, and Bang! There's your giant

I'm considering getting buried this way.. i'm already 6'1" and a bit, but once i'm all spread out i'll be 7' at least and troll future generations from beyond the grave

posted on May, 11 2015 @ 11:16 AM
Oh chill out, the Smithsonian has been covering things up to protect consensus of the time ever since they were formed. It seems that the opinion of these people is used to disallow us to view things they think go against the science we are taught. I wouldn't donate anything to the Smithsonian and I sure would not send them anything to verify, your chances of ever getting it back is probably close to fifty fifty and they will probably ruin it's value with their testing and identifying processes if you do get it back. They cannot verify anything anyway without actual official evidence as to how it was acquired from a site. That is required to prove it is real most times.

They can confiscate what you have if they feel it was a burial artifact of any sort, but it will never be put on display. Also, throughout history a lot of stuff has disappeared from the Smithsonian archives. It could have been stolen or just mislabeled.

They have had a bad reputation. I do not know if they are getting any better over the last five years or not.

posted on May, 11 2015 @ 04:26 PM
If you can't verify the claim with something legitimate from trustworthy folks without ulterior motives, aren't batcrap crazy to begin with, or even out of info dumps off the Deep Web after weeks or months of careful sleuthing, you might consider there's no merit to the claim in the first place. Not that I'm encouraging anyone to wander in the the DW or anything here, but one would think if the bogus bullcrap claims of "they're hiding XYZ from us!!!1" were true, there'd be a huge amount of info or something somewhere in some difficult to track section of the internet, ready & ripe for the taking & proving.

Instead, we're stuck with whackjobs & charlatans preying on the more foolish/impressionable people, selling their DVDs or books because "giants with lots of teeths, zomg!" Giants. With...lots of teeth. I'm less likely to believe that claim than to think a museum is clandestine.

posted on May, 12 2015 @ 01:59 AM
Thanks for the rant. I've been meaning to check out the Smithsonian for a while, but this finally kicked me into it. It's been a wild night.

The deep web isn't sinister. Sinister things happen there, but it that happens all across the web. I'm fairly certain most people that speak of the DW have no idea how it even works.
edit on 12-5-2015 by Flesh699 because: (no reason given)

posted on May, 12 2015 @ 08:41 AM
a reply to: skalla

Apparently you think someone is going to dig you up some time in the future. For your sake I hope they leave you to rest in peace. You're already a giant to me. I'm only 5'2".

posted on May, 12 2015 @ 04:48 PM
All this because of a video from infamous crackpot and peddler of nonsense Jim Vieira? One of the few people to have their TED talk removed due to it's pseudoscientific content.

Besides, any and all claims for such giants are always used to support crazy religious beliefs that have no basis in reality.

posted on May, 14 2015 @ 07:03 AM
a reply to: rickymouse

But is it the only museum in America? Are you saying that everything dug up has to go to them? Aren't there other museums that would be displaying this stuff? Wouldn't archaeologists know its reputation and donate their finds to other museums?

posted on May, 14 2015 @ 09:09 AM

originally posted by: Cinrad
a reply to: rickymouse

But is it the only museum in America? Are you saying that everything dug up has to go to them? Aren't there other museums that would be displaying this stuff? Wouldn't archaeologists know its reputation and donate their finds to other museums?

Yes, there are other museums. In small museums, the stuff you donate will probably be displayed for people to see instead of being hidden in the archives where only a select few specialists in the field sees them. I like going to small museums which are usually free or very cheap to go into. The money they get helps to keep the museum going most times. The thing about donating something to a small museum is that you should make sure to have them list what you donate and say you want it back if the museum crumbles. This way they don't just toss it out. You can always say that they can give it to another museum. Retain ownership. Sometimes with limited space, better stuff comes into the museum and they are forced to get rid of something. That isn't a problem, but they should offer it back to the donor before discarding it. I have heard of cases where the Smithsonian discarded things they did not think was worth keeping, but this is not fare to the donors, they could give it to a small museum.
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