Above are a few of the murals present in Denver International Airport. DEN has been a subject of conspiracy theories and religious fanatics since it’s completion in 1995. The airport was privately funded, costing a staggering 4.8 billion dollars, and nobody really knows by whom. A marker stone in the terminal reads the airport was funded by ‘The New World Airport Commission. ‘[It should also be noted that Denver had a completely functional airport, Stapleton, that was only 6 miles from Denver. There was really no need to build the airport in the first place.]
Many people believe that the largest underground bunker in the world lies beneath the Denver airport. Specifically, a 360,000 sq. foot bunker, built by the New World Order to house the elites in case of economic collapse or nuclear holocaust. The construction of the Denver airport was necessitated as a distraction - an above ground construction project to hide the the creation of something being built beneath, hiding in plain sight.
Visitors to the Denver Airport will immediately notice a number of mysterious masonic symbols and murals clearly depicting the end of the word. They’re hard to miss. Many believe these murals hold a deeper meaning which can be gleaned by the initiated of the New World Order and Freemasons.
1. Here we have refugees and the alleged Lord of Death, brandishing an AK-47, killing the dove of peace. Gray waves pulse outward from the figure, seemingly killing everybody in its path. The figure wears a gas mask implying the gray waves could be a biological weapon. Directly in front of the mural is a stone plaque with the letters Au Ag. At a glance, AU AG would logically be the symbols for gold and silver. But that meaning is called into question when you find out that one of the founders of the airport also discovered a new, deadly strain of hepatitis known as Australia Antigen, also called AUAG. It has been rumored that AUAG could be a potent weapon in biological warfare.
2. Set against the backdrop of a solar flare and horrific destruction, not to mention the extinction of various species including whales and sea turtles, children are in the center sobbing over three open caskets. Some animals are in glass cases, implying they have been saved or spared.
3. All of the children of the world bring in the weapons from their country, handing them to a German boy. The gas mask man from the previous scene is now dead, two doves perched on his body. All of the children appear to be relieved. The deeper metaphor is the return to peace, a rebirth; there will be no more need for weapons in the new world.
4. The final mural is oddly reminiscent of the Garden of Eden, the world now lives in peace after the horrific events that have taken place.
All the murals, when viewed in sequence, depict a massive genocide followed by the formation of a now less-populated, harmonious new world. Regardless of what you believe, you have to admit.. kind of an odd choice of murals for an airport.