posted on Sep, 2 2007 @ 01:37 PM
....been quizzing my friend about growing up in Denver and using the airport. Supposedly, on the underground shuttle/subway which connects terminals,
there are signs in the tunnels that say "dream state" "dreamland" (!) and "keep dreaming" -- all w/ 'dream' as a topic of the signs, like
EXIT signs. Someone should take photos of these signs! She said they are neon lights and the messages on them constantly change.... someone in
Denver, we're begging you to investigate!
I imagine insiders check these posts and are in fear of writing since there's been numerous people who've "spoken out" about something strange
*commit* suicide. Unfortunate that full disclosure can't be agreed upon.
When I was at DIA, the "great hall" was really eerie, since it seems like you're in a giant white tent. There are historical first flight
photos/exibits all over the walls, even some children's art for flight. The "keypad" doesn't actually work, it's an "art piece" but the point
of that is in the symbolism.
I can't believe the guy who helped w/ the capstone spoke of a "new world" since it was about the airports' capacity and they defend that
freemasons are those who "do" timecapsules. Typical cover stories.
I often think of that far-fetched (or is it?) series V, the people in those water tubes, sounds like the kidnapping US victims brought to the depths
of DIA! In the Phila Experiment thread, the witness spoke of numerous types of alien beings, mentioned one from I forget which galaxy, said they look
just like us but more advanced.... in cahoots w/ the DIA city?
The recent Cormac McCarthy book, "The Road" was an apoclypse tale of burning down US w/ a father/son traveling thru the deserted wasteland. There
is a cryptic undertone where conversation was nil, at one point the father talks to a wandering old man and they speak of "the history books didn't
tell us about this" and "I never would of expected this" -- it all sounds like a 2012 nitemare of Planet X (Nibiru), earthquake, asteroid impacts.
This book was on Oprah's book club! I should watch that *episode* it seems like a preparation for those who don't think like us conspiracy-minded
Remember, to conspire, as a verb.