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A few things I noticed about Denver International Airport Anomalies...

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posted on Jan, 15 2010 @ 05:48 PM
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I watched the Ventura special, and the Gargoyle coming out of the suitcase bugged me, then I thought evil travels with you....

Just a thought.

Peace




posted on Jan, 15 2010 @ 05:50 PM
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Very observant... I guess in quite a literal meaning that would make sense. I cant find a close up enough picture, but theres sites that claim he is holding something in his mouth, though they dont say what.



posted on Jan, 15 2010 @ 05:53 PM
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My pleasure hope it gets you in the tunnel...



posted on Jan, 15 2010 @ 06:14 PM
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Originally posted by ZyPHeR
Theres even a notre-dame-esque gargoyle emerging from an open suitcase which is quite odd.


from wiki:


Legend of La Gargouille, emphasis mine:

A French legend that sprang up around the name of St. Romanus ("Romain") (AD 631–641), the former chancellor of the Merovingian king Clotaire II who was made bishop of Rouen, relates how he delivered the country around Rouen from a monster called Gargouille or Goji. La Gargouille is said to have been the typical dragon with batlike wings, long neck, and sprouts fire from its mouth. There are multiple versions of the story, either that St. Romanus subdued the creature with a crucifix, or he captured the creature with the help of the only volunteer, a condemned man. In each, the monster is lead back to Rouen and burned, but its head and neck would not, due to being tempered by its own fire breath. The head was then mounted on the walls of the newly built church to scare off evil spirits; they were used for protection. In commemoration of St. Romain the Archbishops of Rouen were granted the right to set a prisoner free on the day that the reliquary of the saint was carried in procession (see details at Rouen).


the gargoyle coming out of the suitcase - certainly signifies protection of some sort.

what is the context of the suitcase?
what/else is in that same panel/area of the mural?
i have not seen it nor heard of it until you mentioned it here.



posted on Jan, 16 2010 @ 01:57 AM
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Here, heres a link...

www.flydenver.com...

From what I understand, its right above baggage claim where u snag ur bags off the conveyor belt.

" “Notre Denver” features two cast bronze gargoyles, one each, located in the east and west sides of the baggage-claim areas. The gargoyles, roughly the size of a fifth-grade boy, are seated inside suitcases. Historically, gargoyles were placed on buildings to protect the site. These are placed slightly above the travelers’ heads to oversee and ensure that baggage will arrive safely at DIA."

Its just something that doesnt appeal to me. If i looked up and saw these, I wouldnt feel protected at all. I think i'd actually get the more... big brother feeling. Like something was constantly watching me, rofl.

The size of a fifth grade boy?? Thats pretty damn big... and apparently theres 2 of em.



posted on Jan, 16 2010 @ 02:27 AM
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The best thing about the Denver airport is the level of graft that went into its construction. Stapleton International Airport was not at capacity, yet a new airport needed to be built in Denver.

They find a bunch of vacant land. They find this gent, Alberto Pena who has a ton of flat land about 45 miles outside of down town and buy a few hundred acres off of him. Drive to the airport and you'll find yourself on Pena blvd. Alberto walked away from that transaction with a few hundred milion.

Oh, Frederico Pena, Alberto Pena's grandson happened to be the US Secretary of Transportation at the time. Funny how that all worked.



posted on Jan, 17 2010 @ 05:32 AM
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Also didnt know that dolphin... great info! It seems everytime something strange is goings on theres someone with CIA, State or Fed ties involved in it. Its never a legitimate business deal... theres always something beneath the surface!



posted on Jan, 19 2010 @ 05:59 AM
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Some say there is no conspiracy regarding the Denver International Airport. But the fact is that there is a capstone inside the building, contributed by the Freemasons. And this is whats causing the stir about this conspiracy. And theres a reason to suspect that something is'nt what it seem to be.

Someone earlier said that there is no meaning behind "THE BLUE HORSE".
Well, let me explain. The masons sends out messages to the initiated few in to this order through symbology. If we LOOK at the horse we can see that it is a HORSE and it's BLUE, it has EYES and they are RED.
There is a hidden meaning behind this four things.

Lets start with the HORSE.
In acient symbology it can represent or be interpreted as:
-Ambiguous insofar as it represents the sun's power in white, golden or fiery horses appear with the sun god, and drag their carts, but associated with the moon in the wet element, the sea and chaos, sea gods knight.
-Shamanistic symbology: leads the souls to the kingdom of death; journey from this world to the next.

Ok, lets proceed with the colour BLUE.
-Truth, intellect, revelation, wisdom, loyalty, fidelity, permanence.
-The large gap before the creation.
-As the large deep sea blue colour symbolizes the female principle.
-Blue is also the moon's colour.
-Maya symbology: victory over the enemy.

Now we have come to the EYES of the horse.
-The eye represents the all-seeing god; the ability to intuitively vision; sun god, the sun's life-giving and fertilizing power.
-Egyptian symbology: the right eye is the sun, Ra and Osiris, the left is the moon and Isis.

And last the colour RED.
-Associated with the sun and all the gods of war.
-It symbolizes the active male principle; fire; sun.
-It is also associated with blood, blood lust, revenge, blood guilt, martyrdom.
-Celtic symbology: Death (The red horseman)
-Red is cruelty and martyrdom colour.
-Roman symbology: the sun god Apollo and the war god Mars Colour.

So now we gone through the meaning of those four things: HORSE, BLUE, EYES and RED. And the conclusion we can we draw from this is:

HORSE = SUN & MOON
BLUE = MOON
EYES = SUN & MOON
RED = SUN

So what the freemasons want to represent with this "BLUE HORSE" is that of the SUN and the MOON.

I saw at some other forum that there is a symbol of a cart with the letters "Au Ag" on it, this symbol is apparently on the floor in front of one of the murals. One disoriented person said on a youtube clip that "Au Ag" stands for Australia Antigen. They said Australia antigen was some sort of virus which the mural was trying to portray as being the cause of the massive dying. This is so far from the logical truth so I don't know where to begin. It's more logical to say that "Au Ag" stands for GOLD and SILVER from the periodic table of the elements. And what does GOLD and SILVER means in the world of symbology?

heres the youtube clip: www.youtube.com...

Let's start with GOLD.
-Sun, divine power, the spiritual awareness.
-The male principle.
-Sun's golden color symbolizes all the sun gods.
-Plato sees it as a symbol of the sun and reason.
-Gold and silver, ie. sun and moon are two sides of the same cosmic reality.
-Egyptian symbology: The sun god Ra.


And next, SILVER.
-Moon; the female principle; virginity.
-Gold and silver are two sides of the same cosmic reality.
-Alchemical symbology: Luna "purifying the feelings" (Latin: Luna = Moon)

So what this cart with the letters "Au Ag" wants to symbolize is that of SUN & MOON. I will explain the meaning of the SUN and the MOON on another day.

The whole airport seems to be screaming Freemasons all over it, and I think it needs alot deeper investigation.

So long for now, but I will be back with the interpretation of the other anomalies at DIA.



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