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Denver Airport: Ten Years Later

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posted on May, 27 2005 @ 04:16 PM
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Now that the internet has been around a good ten years since the opening of DIA, I'm sure Denver has had quite a headache with this one. So it is ten years later...no reptillian-CIA enslavement camps, no secret FreeMason rituals, no apocalyptic scenarios.

It still amazes me how DIA became such a buzz word with conspiracy theorists.
What was the main focal points? A FreeMason capstone?(They helped build some of it!) "New World Airport Commission"? Gargoyle statues? A supposed Swastika airport layout? Massive space underneath(because luggage is so small!) And the main entree, a cryptic mural. Ok, yes that mural is pretty out there and doesnt fit in with the airport...it definately depicts some sort of Apocalyptic tribulation, but Im sure one can find questionable symbolism in other airports.

My question, in ten years after the hype, is there anything new? I love a good conspiracy story, but there has to be weight behind one. Sadly for some of the conspiracy theorist world even the most outlandish is taken as gospel.

Now Dulce New Mexico, definately a different story.




posted on May, 27 2005 @ 05:14 PM
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The Conspiracy is how it is the SLOWEST airport in the entire U.S. I would willing pay 100 dollars extra just to avoid that airport.



posted on May, 27 2005 @ 05:29 PM
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Baphomet79, you are so right. From the time you get off the plane until you get your bags, allow about 45 minutes. Add to that standing in line at the rent-a-car desk. Then there is sometimes (maybe often) a wait of up to 4 hours (usually about 2 hrs) before the rent-a-car company has a car to rent. Then 20-30 minute ride to the rent-a-car facility then wait in line to get the car inspected on the way out of their lot. All in all, the fastest I've ever gotten from the aircraft gate off the airport property is 2 hours. The longest, for me, about 4:15.

I can fly to Colorado Springs, p/u a rental car and be anywhere in Denver faster than otherwise processing through the Denver airport.



posted on May, 27 2005 @ 06:21 PM
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There's weight behind Dulce?

Thats like saying if there is an underground base found anywhere, THAT's DULCE!

Any ways, on to the credible Airport. This place is totally creepy, and for something tax payers paid for, shouldn't they be aiming for the opposite? And surely there must have been complaints by now, how many does it take?

In fact, two of the murals HAVE been taken down, but why only half? Hardly seems like a victory, with all the unnecessary gargoyles and such still around.


The Airport is going to be pivotal to the operations of the CIA once it transfers, so thats enough of a prediction from me on this one.


Cug

posted on May, 27 2005 @ 08:03 PM
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Originally posted by akilles

The Airport is going to be pivotal to the operations of the CIA once it transfers, so thats enough of a prediction from me on this one.


God help the CIA



posted on May, 28 2005 @ 03:16 PM
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I remember going there once around the time it opened. If there is any reason for me to suspect there to be a conspiracy, it would have to be that instead of flying me directly from Chicago to Florida, they felt some need to fly us WEST to that airport when we should have gone east. Talk about poor planning. Wasted 4 hours because of it.


Though as for anything freaky about it, I was only like 8 at the time so I don’t remember it in detail. But nothing freaky is remembered.

[edit on 28-5-2005 by Lethys]



posted on May, 28 2005 @ 10:07 PM
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Seeing as how I live in Denver, I checked it out a while ago. The potential for this airport to be used as a tool in the NWO is huge, However, I just don't see how or when it will (if ever) go down.

A freeemason capstone (not really a big deal) most of the buildings at my school have freemason corner and cope stones. Upon request by the builder or architect, they can have one installed, and there is nothing secret about it.

Since when has symbolic art and architecture fallen under such great scrutiny. Do you want to censor these artists because they may put some masonic or otherwise odd images into art? I feel that art is just that...art, and anyone who fears what the art represents is afraid of themselves and thier imagination. Art is not art when it is censored.

Let's look at the real oddities.

About a half-mile out on pena boulevard (road leading to DIA) there is a tiny sign, that says you are entering private government property. Meaning that when you are a half mile from the airport you are no longer in Colorado (owned by state, and city of denver). The airport being an intrernational airport must be regulated by the government's TSA ans well as FBI, DEA, and secret service, are the only officers that have primary jurisdicition on airport property. Meaning, that when you commit a crime you are under federal jurisdiction, and you waive some of your rights just by being there. For instance, your right to speedy trial, due process, free speech (can't yell fire, but that's pretty standard) and most other civil liberties, is in jeopardy. The food court is subject to diffent health codes, the stores charge a diffent tax rate, and the liquor laws are all different.

www.tsa.gov...

www.geocities.com...


Kind of odd considering that the entire Airport was predicted to be a failure.

www.davekopel.com...

Some financial figures relating to DIA

www.colorado.edu...

As far as the true motivation, and the answer to the supposed NWO accusations. The airport was intended to bring denver into the new millennium. So basically the conspiracy already happened, because it has helped to strengthern denver as an international destination, as well as travel hub to the midwest. And really it was never any secret to us.

www.globaldenver.com...

P.S. Check out the links to the EU, trade system, as well as the global denver update. Lots of involvement in the EU as well as UN. But then again, that is just another conspiracy on the pile.

[edit on 28-5-2005 by Eyeofhorus]



posted on May, 28 2005 @ 10:37 PM
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Try this at DIA. Ask a ticket agent, bartender, cleaning lady etc. about underground tunnels, NWO, THE MURALS, etc. Expect your bags to be brought out and searched and you will be thourghly searched as well. No explination. Me and my big mouth; will I never learn!! Missed my connection!



posted on May, 29 2005 @ 07:26 PM
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Originally posted by Eyeofhorus
Seeing as how I live in Denver, I checked it out a while ago. The potential for this airport to be used as a tool in the NWO is huge, However, I just don't see how or when it will (if ever) go down.

A freeemason capstone (not really a big deal) most of the buildings at my school have freemason corner and cope stones. Upon request by the builder or architect, they can have one installed, and there is nothing secret about it.

Since when has symbolic art and architecture fallen under such great scrutiny. Do you want to censor these artists because they may put some masonic or otherwise odd images into art? I feel that art is just that...art, and anyone who fears what the art represents is afraid of themselves and thier imagination. Art is not art when it is censored.

Let's look at the real oddities.

About a half-mile out on pena boulevard (road leading to DIA) there is a tiny sign, that says you are entering private government property. Meaning that when you are a half mile from the airport you are no longer in Colorado (owned by state, and city of denver). The airport being an intrernational airport must be regulated by the government's TSA ans well as FBI, DEA, and secret service, are the only officers that have primary jurisdicition on airport property. Meaning, that when you commit a crime you are under federal jurisdiction, and you waive some of your rights just by being there. For instance, your right to speedy trial, due process, free speech (can't yell fire, but that's pretty standard) and most other civil liberties, is in jeopardy. The food court is subject to diffent health codes, the stores charge a diffent tax rate, and the liquor laws are all different.

www.tsa.gov...

www.geocities.com...


Kind of odd considering that the entire Airport was predicted to be a failure.

www.davekopel.com...

Some financial figures relating to DIA

www.colorado.edu...

As far as the true motivation, and the answer to the supposed NWO accusations. The airport was intended to bring denver into the new millennium. So basically the conspiracy already happened, because it has helped to strengthern denver as an international destination, as well as travel hub to the midwest. And really it was never any secret to us.

www.globaldenver.com...

P.S. Check out the links to the EU, trade system, as well as the global denver update. Lots of involvement in the EU as well as UN. But then again, that is just another conspiracy on the pile.

[edit on 28-5-2005 by Eyeofhorus]


But...but...that's so much boring than evil Illuminated Masons, NWO and reptillian slave camps! Oh how real conspiracy truth isnt so interesting.



posted on May, 30 2005 @ 01:57 PM
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Originally posted by whaaa
Try this at DIA. Ask a ticket agent, bartender, cleaning lady etc. about underground tunnels, NWO, THE MURALS, etc. Expect your bags to be brought out and searched and you will be thourghly searched as well. No explination. Me and my big mouth; will I never learn!! Missed my connection!



Whaaa,

Please elaborate....would like to know the details
Thanks,
Faeryland



posted on May, 30 2005 @ 04:31 PM
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Originally posted by whaaa
Try this at DIA. Ask a ticket agent, bartender, cleaning lady etc. about underground tunnels, NWO, THE MURALS, etc. Expect your bags to be brought out and searched and you will be thourghly searched as well. No explination. Me and my big mouth; will I never learn!! Missed my connection!


very interesting. i would like to hear more, too, if you wouldn't mind.



posted on May, 30 2005 @ 10:31 PM
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Asking any question about airport operation sets off the alarm bells to the security people. I don't think this is a bad thing really considering the current paranoia over hijackings, terrorist and other evil doers. The strange thing for me was that the person that searched me was either Pakastani or E. Indian and could barely speak english. This didn't foster a lot of confidence in the transportation security agency. I am a long haired hippy dude and am pretty used to being rousted for everything. Knowing this you would think that I would have learned a little discretion. But if you're a smart ass like me.....



posted on May, 30 2005 @ 10:51 PM
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How are You so sure?
DIA is a problem with any reseacher in the ufology field, who's even so slightly looked into burried buildings and such there.

Free Masons, well we're just now cracking that can-open.
Dulce, well the only Man left to tell you a little about the experiences of others on that episode in Mr Stevens (Ret Col).

So, all in all nothing's been covered under your rouse concerning Dulce, DIA amd so called Free masons. That's what I think.

Dallas



posted on Jun, 5 2005 @ 11:33 PM
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i've flown in and out of DIA many times, and never had a real problem....i dont know what you guys are doing wrong. maybe i'm just lucky.



posted on Jun, 6 2005 @ 12:09 AM
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Originally posted by Cug

Originally posted by akilles

The Airport is going to be pivotal to the operations of the CIA once it transfers, so thats enough of a prediction from me on this one.


God help the CIA


Don't worry, Cug, the CIA will find a way to make it even slower.
They were going to get some pointers from the FBI, but the Denver office never could find the airport!




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