posted on Apr, 13 2007 @ 07:15 PM
Denver International first sparked my interest when I first discovered it here. I must adit, it is definitely one of the weirdest places around, and
I remember the mural. I won't call myself an art nut, but I can tell you an airport is NOT the place to be putting provocative and experimental art,
especially if the artist claims its political. That mural was reall disturbing, full of scenes of death, slaughter, plague, loss, ect. Just the thing
you wanna see when jumping on board a plane.........especially when you consider theres a number of people who tend to be jittery about flying in the
first place. At the very least, it was poor taste by the planners to accept such art in an airport. However, looking at the general weirdness of the
whole thing, I give serious attention to those who say that there is a darker message and purpose to those murals.
The layout of the runways, of course, is even weirder and more tacky. Im sorry, you can't tell me they drew the designs and blueprints for the thing
and did NOT notice the big swastika there by accident. Im not an airport expert, but the airports Ive flown in and out of (LAX, Sea-TAC, Heathrow, San
Jose int, SFO, Frankfurt, Logan, Cleveland, O'Hare, Charlotte, Atlanta, Pittsburg, Philidelphia, Las Vegas, Dallas, plus several military bases) I
have never seen runways done up in a big swastika, or any discernable pattern. And I always look, too, not for patterns, but I always like to look as
we are landing at the landscape.
The Masonic mark on the capstone doesn't bother me, but the weird DDZIT writing does. The big underground baggage thing also creeps me out, plus all
the delays and stuff, as it does allow the possibility for an underground base of massive proportions to be constructed.
Yeah, DIA is one weird creeped out piece of work.