posted on Aug, 2 2010 @ 04:47 PM
Even though therre are numerous threads on the Denver Airport Murals, I wanted to bring this one to the forefront to give my opinion. The murals were
painted by a visionary artist that has depicted the exploitation and extinction or genocide of people and animals and biological warfare. I certainly
don't believe the artist is an evil man. I'm not too bad at interpreting symbols, and I see nothing evil about the murals, except for man's own
What's happened to our sea life? The net over the very large sea turtle is an indication. The glass, cased Quetzal, a beautiful bird, and one that
means something to the Mayan artist of the hunting and enclosure of many of earth's creatures in zoos.
The genocide of various races...Jews and Native Americans are evident in the coffins.
There is very much a bright side to these murals. It's the children that will turn it around and we see these children from all nationalites in
celebration as German boy beats down the ploughshare with an iron fist.
We also see a mother jaguar, which also has meaning in Mayan symbology, and she is watching 'over' her children. It's been a while since I looked
at the murals, but there is also a depiction of people surrounding a tree of a spiritual essence, which we all have.
I have no idea what the dragon in the suitcase means, but overall, I think the murals are accuate depictions of how mankind has mistreated and
expoited this beautiful planet and the people and creatures of it, and needs to be as children to turn it around or it WILL be the children that turn
things around. I hope it's not too late.
I definitely think people are reading too much into these murals and should look at them as an historical whole.