Denver International Airport
Since it's opening in 1995, the Denver International airport has been a lighning-rod for conspiracy theories. Both positive and circumstantial sources of evidence the the Denver International Airport is likely a primary headquarters for the Illuminati. It's many oddities as well as suspicious history suggest that a secretive and very high-level organization was intrumental in its development and responsible for the many questionable choices that were made in it's planning and design. Among the sources of evidence are references to the New World Order, a time capsue and floor plate rought with Freemason signs and codes, a sinister-looking statue of one of the four hourses of the Apocolypse, "abandoned" underground tunnels and infrastructure, an illegitimate cause for construction and suspicious design and planning choices, and many other factors.
- 1 History
- 2 Introduction
- 3 The runways
- 4 Underground Network of Bunkers
- 5 The New World Order Takeover
- 6 Conclusion
Denver has traditionally been home to one of the busier airports in the nation because of its location. Many airlines including United Airlines, Western Airlines, former Frontier Airlines and People Express were hubbed at the old Stapleton International Airport, and there was also a significant Southwest Airlines operation. In addition, Stapleton had transatlantic charter services from Martinair, Condor, and Monarch Airlines among others at the time of closure, which was followed by Korean Air and LTU International once DIA opened. At times, Stapleton was a hub for three or four airlines. The main reasons that justified the construction of the new DIA included the fact that gate space was severely limited at Stapleton; its runways were unable to deal efficiently with Denver's weather and wind patterns, causing nationwide travel disruption.
From 1980 to 1983, the Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) investigated six areas for a new metro area airport that were north and east of Denver. In September 1989, under the leadership of Denver Mayor Federico Peña, federal officials authorized the outlay of the first $60 million (equivalent to $121 million today) for the construction of DIA. Two years later, Mayor Wellington Webb inherited the megaproject, scheduled to open on October 29, 1993.
Delays caused by poor planning and repeated design changes due to changing requirements from United Airlines caused Mayor Webb to push opening day back, first to December 1993, then to March 1994. By September 1993, delays due to a millwright strike and other events meant opening day was pushed back again, to May 15, 1994. In April 1994, the city invited reporters to observe the first test of the new automated baggage system. Reporters were treated to scenes of clothing and other personal effects scattered beneath the system's tracks, while the actuators that moved luggage from belt to belt would often toss the luggage right off the system instead. The mayor cancelled the planned May 15 opening. The baggage system continued to be a maintenance hassle and was finally terminated in September 2005, with traditional baggage handlers manually handling cargo and passenger luggage.
Histrical Inconsistencies and Controvercy
Denver and jurisdictions surrounding the airport are involved in a protracted dispute over how to develop land around the facility. Denver Mayor Michael Hancock wants to add commercial development around the airport, but officials in Adams County believe doing so violates the original agreement that allowed Denver to annex the land on which the airport sits.
The airport is 25 miles (40 km) driving distance from downtown Denver, which is 19 miles (31 km) farther away than Stapleton International Airport, the airport it replaced. The distant location was chosen to avoid aircraft noise affecting developed areas, to accommodate a generous runway layout that would not be compromised by blizzards, and to allow for future expansion.
The 52.4 square miles (136 km2; 33,500 acres) of land occupied by the airport is more than one and a half times the size of Manhattan (33.6 square miles or 87 square kilometres). DIA is by far the largest land area commercial airport in the United States. Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is a distant second at 27.0 square miles (70 km2). The land was transferred from Adams County to Denver after a 1989 vote, increasing the city's size by 50 percent and bifurcating the western portion of the neighboring county. As a result, the Adams County cities of Aurora, Brighton, and Commerce City are actually closer to the airport than much of Denver. All freeway traffic accessing the airport from central Denver leaves the city and passes through Aurora for just shy of two miles (3.2 km), making the airport a practical exclave. Similarly, the A Line rail service connecting the airport with downtown Denver has two intervening stations in Aurora.
Creepy murals of dictators
odd location and decreases effectiveness vs the old airport
freemason time capsule
cia headquarters wanting to move to denver
buries tunnels ans abandoned conveyor system
apocalyptic horse statue
DIA’s location, approximately 25 miles from downtown Denver, swastika-shaped runway configuration and various, barely concealed symbols of Nazism or fascism hint at any number of sinister plots, theorists say. Also, a tunnel is said to connect DIA to NORAD, nearly 100 miles to the south near Colorado Springs.
The murals portray the rise of the new world order , not a random story, after viciously dominating and selecting prime candidates for survival.
“No matter what you do, you lose,” Heath Montgomery, a spokesperson of Denver International Airport, told the Denver Post during 2016’s October conspiracy month. “You show people the tunnels and explain the symbols, you lose. You clam up and deny it, you lose. So that’s why we’ve started to have fun with it, because people are going to believe what they believe, regardless of hard evidence.”
There are many conspiracy theories about Denver Airport. If you haven’t heard about it, then you should know that it is a little different from other airports. The difference is actually brought about the conspiracy theories around it.
Denver International Airport is locally referred to as DIA and is an international airport in the western United States. The airport primarily serves metropolitan Denver, Colorado and the greater Front Range Urban Corridor. DIA is the greatest airport in North America by total land area and the third-largest in the world.
Denver Airport was opened in 1955 and offers nonstop service to 215 destinations amongst 23 different airlines throughout North America, Latin America, Europe and Asia. It is the fourth airport in the United State to offer service to offer 200 destinations. Also, it is a major hub for Frontier Airlines and United Airlines as well as the main operating base for Southwest Airlines.
The conspiracy theorists believe that the airport’s runways look like a swastika. If you could have an aerial view of the runways at Denver International Airport you will see that they resemble the shape of a Swastika. This shape does not fall under the typical formation of all airports’ runways around the globe. However, DIA’s representative has stated that the runways are designed that way so that they can be used simultaneously regardless of the weather condition since not even one of the runways overlaps. The representative even went ahead to state that they think the shape looks like a pinwheel. Dedication stone
Some people believe that the airport’s dedication stone has imagery from a secret society. Denver International Airport was dedicated on March 19, 1994, and a dedication stone was placed inside the airport to memorialize the dedication. On the dedication stone, you will find what is believed to be displays of the Masonic symbol of a compass with a capital G inside. Underneath the symbol, the New World Airport Commission is credited with helping fund and build the airport.
But what really is the New World Airport Commission? This is a very important question that needs a very clear answer. But according to the airport officials, it was a commission for the new world airport. The wording of that so-called commission takes us to the New World Order conspiracy where it is believed that there has been a small group of powerful people working together secretly throughout history toward with a primary goal to achieve a centralised all-powerful global government.
The masonic symbol is tied to the New World Order conspiracy. It is also believed that Freemasonry is a very secret fraternal society which is believed to be the largest in the world and may have existed since the middle ages. This secret society has had so many powerful members throughout history, and that’s why it is alleged that the Freemasons were looking to seize power. Probably they are trying to establish the New World Order, don’t you think?
In addition to that, it is alleged that if you add up the numbers in the airport’s dedication date, you will get 33, a number that is reportedly the highest level of Freemasonry. Well, you will get 33 if you leave out “March.”
Underground Network of Bunkers
Denver International Airport has been a subject of many conspiracies and most of them revolve around what may lie beneath the airport. According to a former airport construction worker, the reason why the airport took long to complete such that it was far behind schedule was that five multi-storey buildings were built underneath the airport. The same construction worker together with others allegedly claimed that there was a complex network of tunnels beneath the airport.
As a result of the claims, people came up with theories that there may be a huge network of underground New World Order command bunkers, post-apocalyptic fallout shelters for the global elite such as politicians and billionaires, and the future FEMA concentration camp which was just waiting to be used beneath Denver International Airport.
However, later it was established that the underground tunnels had indeed become host to the airport’s rail system.
The New World Order Takeover
Some people believe there are murals that may show the New World Order’s takeover. This is actually one of the startling things at Denver International Airport. The murals line the walls on level 15 of the Jeppesen Terminal. Many people believe that the murals were painted by Leo Tanguma, and artist who wanted to tell the story of apocalyptic biowarfare destroying the world to actually show that the New World Order would take over in its place.
In Peace and Harmony with Nature
At the Denver airport, there is mural titled “In Peace and Harmony With Nature” but it is meant to address the destruction of the environment.
Outside the Denver airport, you will find a blue horse statue, which is titled “Mustang”. However, it was nicknamed “Blucifer” by conspiracy theorists because they believe that it is devilish since it killed its sculptor when he was working on it. The eyes of the sculptor glow red although no matter the time of the day and night. It is due to that reason that some think that the statue is meant to present the Fourth Horseman of the Apocalypse from the biblical book of Revelations. In the book, the Fourth Horseman represents death.
The statue’s sculptor artist Luis Jimenez was killed by the same statue. Before its completion, in 2006, a piece of the statue fell on him severing an artery in his leg.
Built by Nazi-group the New World Order
Some people believe that the airport was built by a mysterious group. The dedication marker and plaques around the airport point to a fact that it was funded by the New World Airport Commission. However, it is established that no such group exists, and therefore people believe that it is in actuality the Nazi group the New World Order.
Some people claim that since the dedication stone of the Denver airport shows the Masonic square and compass symbol, it must be an Illuminati group. Several theories posit that the $2 billion the airport went over budget went into building the Illuminati’s headquarters beneath the airport.
People don’t understand why Denver International Airport was built in the first place simply because there was a fully functioning airport close to downtown. The airport is enormous and is said to be twice the size of Manhattan. Also, it was $2 billion over budget. It features numerous creepy art and strange décor that people don’t understand. DIA is famous for its terrifying 32-foot tall statue of a blue horse with red glowing eyes. Even creepier about the statue, named Blue Mustang and nicknamed “Blucifer” killed its sculptor artist Luis Jimenez when a piece of it fell on him and severed an artery in his leg.
Inside the airport, there are murals with creepy displays including a devil jumping out of a suitcase and a statue of Anubis, the ancient Egyptian god of death. Some of the controversial murals have since indeed been removed and they feature a character that resembled a Nazi officer in a gas mask, children gathered around a knife and children in front of a burning building.
Many believe that this airport that was built with so much money and took a lot of space must be hiding something sketchy.