Saturday, April 27, 2013

The Denver Conspiracy...!

I'm sure many of you have seen or heard of the conspiracy theory that surrounds the Denver airport, but I thought I would mention it again!

You have to admit that any conspiracy with as much tangible proof as this airport should be mentioned more than once, right? Besides, we haven't had a good conspiracy story in a while!

Denver International Airport

Denver International Airport is the largest airport in the United States, and the third largest in the world. Conspiracy theorists crawl all over this as the secret cover for the New World Order’s underground headquarters. Their reasoning is that the base is abnormally far from Denver’s center, 25 miles. The airport is extremely expansive, and boasts a very strange architectural appearance. The main building is comprised on a tent structure, similar to a circus tent, made of white fabric, that is designed to remind the visitor of the snow-capped Rocky Mountains, which can be seen from the airport.

But theorists claim that it is designed to resemble Indian teepees, in an effort to appease the dead Indians buried here. It is a fact that the main airport building is centered precisely on what once was an Indian burial ground. But creepier than this are the weird murals in the main building. Their designers claim to have been required to use such symbols as the Nazi Black Sun, and a scene depicting the destruction of a city and forest, with a girl holding a Mayan tablet prophesying the end of the world, and any conspiracy theorist will tell you that the room’s name, “The Great Hall,” is an obvious reference to Freemasonry.

It is a fact that the murals were commissioned by Wilma Webb, wife of Denver’s mayor, and that she conducted a Masonic dedication of the airport just before its opening.

I've seen a show with Jesse Ventura on this airport, and it was interesting!

Coffee in the kitchen this morning, as the rain is coming back. Cinnamon toast this morning, OK?


Chickenmom said...

Interesting, Mr. Hermit. Never heard about it. I'm going to look up some info on this one! I'll bring some honey to dip that toast in!

Phyllis (N/W Jersey)

JO said...

Very interesting. I will have to look this up I have never been there before. I guess that's because I don't fly.

I'll sit in the kitchen and have some coffee. We may get some rain here too.

edifice rex said...

And you know that the artist (Luis Jimenez) that was commissioned to do the large equine sculpture that was supposed to be outside the airport, was killed in a freak accident by the horse sculpture itself. They decided later to move the sculpture to the University of Colorado I think. however, there are several instances of art killing it's creator. David Smith is another good example.
I've seen the murals at that place and they are bizarre to say the least.

HermitJim said...

Hey Phyllis...
Some fresh honey is always a good thing!

Did you know that honey is the only food that never spoils?

Thanks for coming over today!

Hey Jo...
Very interesting place from what I've seen. The documentary was really interesting!

Gonna be cozy in the kitchen this morning!

Thanks, sweetie, for dropping by today!

Hey Anne...
Yes they are! I didn't know about the artist being killed, though. Strange!

Thanks, my friend, for coming over today!

justastick said...

Being an electrican that helped build DIA it brings back fond memories of that time.I lived on Alemida Blvd at the time,near the foot hills of the Rockies.We were working 6 days a week 10 hours a day so mot much site seeing!

linda m said...

Very interesting. Finally warming up around here.