Denver Airport Conspiracy – New World Airport Commission
Last but certainly not least is the Blue Mustang which greets arrivals to Denver. The Blue Mustang’s sculptor, Luis Jimenez was crushed to death when a large piece of the statue fell on him in his studio when it was being prepared for transportation to the DIA. With its red LED possessed looking eyes, could it be the Demon Horse of the Apocalypse?
Throughout time gargoyles have been used to ward away evil spirits. Could the demonic-looking gargoyle statues near the luggage carousels be a premonition of a dirty bomb or other form of evil emanating from a flight through DIA, or are they merely intended to ward off the evil spirits of lost luggage, as skeptics of any conspiracy theory might claim? Who knows, maybe they are even an homage to the evil TSA spirits already lurking, poking and prodding through our personal things.
Without some kind of breakthrough such as a high-level insider coming clean with valuable information, a Freedom of Information Act investigation that unearths valuable documentation or other lawsuit against members of the New World Airport commission about the secretive nature of the DIA and its rumored underground caverns, it’s impossible to know for sure whether Denver is home to an airport with a strange set of coincidences, or if something more sinister is going on. Personally, I don’t believe that there is such thing as a true coincidence.
In my opinion everything happens for a reason; as they say if it looks like a duck, quacks like a duck, swims and flies like a duck, then it’s probably a duck, or very similar species, I would add. What we have at DIA is a set of symbols, codes, artwork, poetry, designs and potential usages that are in the very best case, provides an unnerving sign of sick people (whether this sickness is intentional or subconscious) being involved at the high-level during its creation, and in the very worst case a shadowy secret society plotting its future use as a command and control center for some equally disturbing deeds.