Many thanks to my good friend Jen for letting me share her space today to present an interesting story brought to my attention a few weeks ago.
Have you heard about the Denver Airport Conspiracy?
Would you believe there is an organization of people, conducting business in an underground facility, displaying their plans for global genocide and rebirth via public art? Art hundreds of thousands of people walk past every day without a blink or hesitation? Many do.
The Denver International Airport was designed and built against a backdrop of confusion and mystery. Some people claim the airport in place fewer than 10 miles away, was more than adequate for the present and future needs of the area, yet this new location was built. Some wonder why then? Why at such a large budget? Was the city hiding something? During construction miles upon miles of underground tunnels were designed, along with buildings, but for uncertain reasons, the project was adapted and the current location and hubs use only above ground systems.
One explanation is these tunnels and buildings serve as the headquarters for the Illuinati and the New World Order. Those connected with the project explain it differently. They state the extra tunnels and space were established in anticipation of future growth and there has not been a reason to expand yet. Additionally there were plans to have the baggage system established underground, but it fell through. Which idea is true? And is there any reason both could not be true? Perhaps the extra space was meant for future expansion, but until then is it the HQ?
Aside from the confusion of layout, what is with this artwork?
The artist himself has chimed in on the allegations the art is a predictive message of horrors to come. Leo Tanguma shares that his work was never intended to portray a secret message or honor a secret society, instead his message was one of hope and love, showing how with great destruction can also come victory and peace and love and rebirth. (I’m totally using my own words here). Many say this kills any interpretation of there being a conspiracy. I’d like to suggest though, someone involved in such a seriously disturbed project as the New World Order would probably not be willing to admit to it or explain it in details when called out, right?
Other artwork and imagery in question include strange symbols and dedications. There are those who believe this is in reference to chemical gasses set aside for the future war. Or alien script for secret communication.
Others support the explanation the Au and Ag in carts are merely a reference to the times of mining for the area where silver and gold were exports. The questionable language? Local Navajo words. The thing that gets me the most is everyone with their panties in a twist for the images of the Freemasons. Oy I won’t even GO THERE.
I'll be honest I do not follow conspiracy theories, but I do respect those who discover or promote twists on what others see as common place. It takes intelligence and creativity to look at something and create a back story no one else expected and connect the dots to a million other pieces. Reading about the Denver airport there are aspects of what is suggested I could see as reality. However, at the end of the day I think it was just another project who's budget and timing were not ideal and the artwork may be borderline creepy and perhaps not appropriate for an airport location, but I highly doubt it's a secret message.
What do you think of the art and legends of the Denver Airport? Do you get into conspiracy theories? Would you be comfortable taking your children through an airport decorated like this?
Julie is a health and fitness blogger over at ROJ Running. She is currently training for her first 100K trail race and shares stories of life and training via her blog, Twitter and Facebook. Reach her there or through email at Julie@ROJRunning.com