Some people believe that the Denver Airport is connected to the New World Order.
The design of the airport contains strange hints at its dark origins while many focus on the 32-foot horse statue with red eyes which killed its creator during construction, it’s the murals which are the most disturbing. Though some have been removed one showed a Nazi officer wearing a gas mask, another with children sitting around a knife and finally another using Egyptian iconography. To add to that is the fact that a plaque states that the airport was built by the New World Airport Commission, an organization which doesn’t actually exist and that the runways are laid out to look like a Swastika. It would appear that Denver Airport is actually a test of sorts by the New World Order, why that is nobody knows but some speculate that the headquarters for the organization could actually be found underneath the airport
However, the truth is more mundane.
The sculptor behind Blue Mustang, the 32-foot horse with vibrant, gleaming red-orange eyes that greets travellers and causes some to have on-the-ground panic attacks was Luis Jiménez. The piece was commissioned in the mid-’90s but Jiménez was still working on it on June 13, 2006, when a piece of the sculpture fell and severed an artery in his leg. The horse that killed its maker was finished by his estate and unveiled on February 11, 2008.
Because of its intense glare and imposing stature, the horse is a favourite target of daft theories, including the idea that it will provide transportation for one of the four horsemen of the apocalypse. It’s widely called “Blucifer”.
In the baggage claim area, there are grotesques (like a gargoyle, but without a spout or drain) sitting in suitcases. Gargoyles and grotesques are said to frighten off evil or harmful spirits and protect those that it guards. The sculptures were placed in the airport to protect the travellers and other users.
Despite grotesques being an almost mandatory feature of traditional churches and cathedrals, church groups and others started to read into the sculptures. They started leaving cards with comments such as ‘effigies of Satan’ or ‘you’re going to hell’. They would leave bibles with passages marked and make bizarre religious fanatic remarks about the gargoyles.
The Murals have been linked to the apocalypse, fascism, and just about every other evil imaginable.
“Children of the World Dream of Peace” has proven to be the most contentious, featuring a soldier wearing a gas mask and a host of children. The children are living in a world that does have war and violence and a lot of bad things, but they’re dreaming of a world where that doesn’t exist and the world is peaceful. One part of the piece exhibits the tragedy and devastation of war and its impact on humanity. The mural then moves to images of smiling children dressed in folk costumes from around the world celebrating peace prevailing over war.
“In Peace and Harmony with Nature” addresses environmental issues of the world. One side of the mural shows children sad about the destruction and extinction of life – human, flora and fauna. The other part depicts humanity coming together to rehabilitate and celebrate nature and its diversity.
Shattered windshields incident
In 2007, fourteen commercial aircraft spontaneously shattered windshields as the presumed result of electromagnetic pulses (EMP). However, EMP can only affect electronic items, and cannot damage glass or plastic.
An investigation concluded it was high winds, grit, and cold temperatures. Denver has high winds and an arid plateau climate with lots of rocks. Cracked windshields are also very common for cars in the area as well.
The Secret Tunnels
Many believe that the building itself is a gathering place for governmental officials and the global elite in case of nuclear Armageddon or widespread biological warfare. On day three of the airport’s opening the airport trams were not working. Passengers were directed through tunnels containing some of the finest gold leaf mosaic artistry. When the trams started working again these ‘alternate’ passageways were closed.
Whilst tours of the airport can be arranged, tours of the lower levels are prohibited with some conspiracy theorists believing that under the airport are command centres, bomb shelters or even a FEMA concentration camp.
The airport briefly boasted a 26-foot statue of Anubis, which upset some of the residents seeing as he is considered the protector of the gates to the Underworld when Osiris replaced him as the god of the dead. He was only present to advertise an Egyptian exhibit at the local museum much to the locals’ relief.
Have you heard any further conspiracies about Denver Airport or even your own local airport?