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Denver Airport Symbolism

I am taking a trip in a couple of weeks and I will have a layover in Denver. I've never been to the Denver airport but I read an interesting article about it.

The article starts out like this:

An apocalyptic horse with glowing red eyes welcoming visitors? Check.

Nightmarish murals? Check.

Strange words and symbols embedded in the floor? Check.

Gargoyles sitting in suitcases? Check.

Runways shaped like a Nazi swastika? Check.

If that doesn't get your attention...

The Denver Airport appears to be some sort of freaky sinister site.

I will have a couple of hours to do my own investigative work while I am there. I will shoot some pictures and report back.

In the mean time, read about it here.

http://vigilantcitizen.com/sinistersites/sinister-sites-the-...

The VC is packed full of information about the occult, illuminati, and mind control among many other things. It's an interesting and informative site if you're interested in learning about it. I never noticed the symbolism until I discovered this site but now I see it EVERYWHERE. To the point of it being rather freaky. Even if you don't believe in this sort of thing...take a look at the website and you'll notice it too.

http://vigilantcitizen.com



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I live in Denver

You are going to want to leave the concourse where you land and travel to the main terminal, the one with the tent ceiling. I suggest walking from the concourse to the terminal, but if you land at Concourse C, it'll be quite a walk. I'm sure there will be some weird gargoyles or weird stuff along the way.

Once in the main terminal, that is where the murals are. You'll have to explore a little, but they're there. I've heard the one with the guy stabbing the dove was painted over, but I think it's just hard to find. If it isn't painted over, there are 4 murals to find.

Also, at the south (maybe north) end of the terminal, with the big window overlook, you'll find a plaque with the compass and square Freemason symbol dedicated to "The New World Airport Commission." A phantom commission.

Take the train back to your concourse and see the crazy symbols in the train tunnel. Take note of the ceilings on your way back, there are all sorts of objects pointing the direction of weird pathways.

Just be on the lookout for weird things that seem to have purpose. You won't see the scary horse of the apocalypse unless you leave the airport.

Other than that, the airport is huge! The concourses are far apart, and the inside is very luxurious and nice. One of the nicest airports I've been to.

Good luck! You'll have to go through security again if you enter the terminal.

"Tu ne cede malis, sed contra audentior ito."

Thanks! What a weird place.

Thanks! What a weird place. It seems it could serve another purpose if needed...if you catch my drift. Can it all be just a coincidence? I mean really? If it is, then what were they thinking when they planned and designed this place?