Steven E. Smoot – The Cancel Culture of the Ancient American Hidden Civilizations.mp4
To contact Steve:
Steven Edgar Smoot is President of the Family First Foundation and President of Excel Investment Corporation and Watchman Properties. He is Author of the book, Lost American Antiquities a Hidden History and co-producer of many documentaries, the two most known documentaries are The Lost Civilizations of North America and Demographic Winter the Decline of the Human Family. He has been an invited speaker on the Decline of the Human Family and Demographics at the European Union and at many World Congress of Families events worldwide. Steven has also spoken at many ancient origin conference’s on the silence and science surrounding America’s ancient civilizations. Answering the why, how and who questions as to why we haven’t heard more about these ancient mound building cultures. Steven will also be sharing findings showing how migration patterns and the trading of precious metals, tobacco and Indian slaves can answer an age old question as to how religious teachings and practices became common to ancient cultures on many continents. Inter-twined through each of his documentaries is a common thread that shows that society cannot always rely on today’s scientific and academic communities for scholarly truths. One would think that by using scientific methods that scientists would be encouraged to follow the evidences wherever they may lead and in time come to a truthful conclusion. But since the mid 1800’s as these documentaries reveal, Social Engineers have learned that they can use the sciences and their influential political positions as a powerful tool to crush dissent on the origin and evolution of man and a myriad of other social and political issues.
He and his wife Kathy have 6 children and many grandchildren, and live in northern Utah.
EXTRA INFO from STEVE:
Strategy for success: To deal with solutions to problems you must have the vision, creativity and ability to see a project through to the end. A memorable failure: All have been memorable, but in 1987 I started Pop’s Burgers with the vision that I would have one on every other corner in America. After one, it was more than I wanted to handle. Also, the Lake Wasatch concept of turning the Great Salt Lake east of Antelope Island into a freshwater lake. Heroes: My father, Stan Smoot; grandfather, Edgar Smoot; late LDS Church President Harold B. Lee.
Leisure time and hobbies: Basketball, tennis, racketball, reading, coaching my children.
Favorite book and movie: “Approaching Zion” by Hugh Nibley; not a big movie fan.
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