If Denver International Airport wanted to get people to stop talking about the incredibly strange theories that have been circulating about the airport, this isn’t the way to do it. In construction zones inside DIA, enormous posters have been put up that supposedly mock the bizarre “conspiracy theories” that have been circulating ever since the airport first opened more than 20 years ago. In addition to asking if the airport is “preparing for the end of the world”, these new posters prominently feature Illuminati symbols, underground tunnels and lizard people. Why in the world would they do something like this?
Let me share with you some of the photographs of these new posters that have been circulating on the Internet. This first poster features the giant red-eyed blue horse that stands outside of the airport that has come to be known as “Blucifer”…
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If they had stopped there, nobody would have probably made too much of a fuss.
But in this next one, a yellow hard hat with an “Eye of Horus” on it is the main image on the poster. This is a deeply occult symbol that goes back for thousands of years, and it was being used long before the Illuminati ever existed.
And in the background of the poster, you can make out a couple of pyramid-like structures that appear to be missing their capstones.
Obviously whoever created this graphic knows exactly what the “Eye of Horus” means, and that is deeply, deeply alarming…
For more than 20 years, it has been rumored that there is a vast network of underground tunnels and structures at DIA, and I even featured this in my apocalyptic novel entitled The Beginning Of The End. The people that created this “public relations campaign” decided to make a poster about this too…
And so who could be dwelling in those underground tunnels and structures?
Some people are convinced that lizard people are down there, and a poster was also made about that…
Despite their insistence that nothing is going on, there are a lot of questions about Denver International Airport that remain unanswered after all this time.
So instead of mocking those with questions, DIA should actually be trying to provide some solid answers.
Some of the concerns were summarized in a new article by Stefan Stanford…
While the entire island of Manhattan, one of the most densely populated cities in the country and home to more than 1.6 million people, sits on 22.82 square miles of land, the Denver International Airport itself is more than twice the size of Manhattan island at 54.05 square miles. In fact, as the Denver Channel reports, the DIA is also bigger than the cities of San Francisco and Miami as well. All that size just for an airport?
Easily the largest airport in America and by far, dwarfing its nearest competition at Chicago’s O’Hare, Atlanta’s Hartsfield and New York’s JFK by some 25,000 acres, DIA has also long been in the public’s eye as potentially being much more than just an airport.
Containing swastika shaped runways, apocalyptic, end-of-the-world artwork throughout the airport, infamous construction problems which delayed the opening of the airport for years, gargoyles sitting within suitcases on the walls and the demonic blue horse that sits outside of the airport nicknamed ‘Blucifer’ due to its haunting red eye, that ‘piece of art’ actually fell upon and killed the artist who was creating it being just a few of the very incredibly strange things and events surrounding this airport.
And as this October of 2016 story over at the Denver Post reports, due to the mysterious time capsule ‘capstone’ that sits at the airport which references a “New World Airport Commission”, something that doesn’t even exist, the mystery surrounding the airport continues to grow.
During my travels, I have been to Denver International Airport many times, and I don’t know what the truth about that place is.
It is definitely the strangest airport in America, and the bizarre murals undeniably appear to contain some sort of apocalyptic message, and I really wish that they would tear down that demonic blue horse in front of the airport.
But is everything that people are saying about DIA true?
Probably not, but authorities at DIA are only going to spark more discussion by putting up these truly outrageous posters…
This article originally appeared on Unexplained Mysteries. About the author: Michael Snyder is a nationally syndicated writer, media personality and political activist. He is publisher of The Most Important News and the author of four books including The Beginning Of The End and Living A Life That Really Matters.
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