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The "Castle" (1847), the Institution's first building, which remains its headquarters in Washington DC

The Smithsonian conspiracy involves the Smithsonian Institution concealing enormous amounts of out-of-place artifacts since its founding in 1846, with the full support of the US government. Smithsonian headquarters are located in Washington DC, with its tentacles reaching across the world.

Conspiracy[]

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The Smithsonian agenda of the 19th and 20th centuries was Manifest destiny, that settlers were destined to expand across North America. Anything that threatened land dominance was covered up.[1]

Now, the Smithsonian and its associated institutions have museums based worldwide. Its efforts to conceal, including the various claims of scandal, have been the subject of debate for over one hundred-fifty years. The Archaeological coverups associated with Smithsonian may be ideological or anti-religious in nature, in support of Darwinism that evolved toward the turn of the 19th century.

Coverups[]

Grand Canyon, USA

The 1909 April 5th Arizona Gazette reported that a Smithsonian explorer discovered Egyptian artifacts from the Grand Canyon.[2] The Smithsonian explorer reported finding a dock of ships, mummies, Egyptian hieroglyphs and artifacts. However, the Smithsonian denied ever recovering any Egyptian artifacts from the Grand Canyon.[3]

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