>Denver I.A. (Denver International Airport)
>The Blue Horse also named the Blue Apocalypse of Hell
>The Swastika aerial form of DIA
>The murals revealing the dark future of oppression for next generations,
ruins , exodus , fear , and :
Experiments led on human beings , nature , to bring a new evolution ,
seeded in the Earth .
>Gargoyles Demons are scanning …
>A MASON GRAVEYARD AT DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT :
“THE TIME CAPSULE BENEATH THIS STONE CONTAINS MESSAGES AND MEMORABILIA TO THE PEOPLE OF COLORADO IN 2094!”
>In 1995, the Denver International Airport opened its doors to the public. What the public saw in this enormous compound was breathtaking, confusing, and….weird. The murals and monuments at the Denver Airport have caused great concern for travelers and researchers alike.
Before we explore some of the Denver oddities, let us take a look at how the airport came to be, for the very construction of the building is shrouded in as much mystery as the end result.
Normally, when a project of this magnitude is undertaken, one contractor will oversee the construction from beginning to end. This is to ensure a continuity of the original vision, as well as eliminating needless argument over the way a work site is handled. A series of sub-contractors will be hired to carry out the plans set forth by the main overseer.
In the case of the Denver International Airport (DIA), a far more unorthodox approach was used. All of the work was done by sub contractors, who were hired to do a small, isolated task, and then they were let go at its completion. Indeed, these construction workers were dismissed from the premises the MOMENT they were done with their work. This was done in an effort to secure the fact that no single company or person ever saw the complete vision of what the DIA was to become.
At one point during the construction, five large structures were completed, and then determined to have been incorrectly positioned. Rather than demolishing them and starting over, or adjusting the structures, they were buried, and the construction was started anew on top of the old structures.
Learn more about the problems that plagued the construction of the Denver International Airport in the following book: Denver International Airport: Lessons Learned
The end result was a massive compound, that when looked upon from an aerial view, sits precisely in the shape of a swastika. The aesthetic oddness does not end there.