Welcome To The Home Of Illuminati Headquarters, I Mean, Denver International Airport
Denver International Airport was privately funded and no one knows by whom!
by Susan Price, TLB Contributing Writer/Analyst
Urban legends are what redefine folk lore’s with an expressive body of culture, a true example of the X-files, this Denver International Airport nick named the “Illuminati Headquarters”.
One huge measure of mystique surrounding the funding of this major project, the Denver International Airport was privately funded and no one knows by whom!
Upon further research it is stated “Denver International Airport operates as an enterprise fund, which is a governmental organization that operates as a self-sustaining business where revenues and expenses are recorded as incurred. No taxpayer money received by the City’s General Fund is used for Denver International Airport expenditures.”
Many question why it was built in the first place as there was already a fully functioning airport only 6 miles from the city. Some claiming it was built as a New world order sanctuary and defense bunker for the elite.
If you’ve ever been to the Denver International Airport, you understand the rumors surrounding the mystery and bizarre art work, It is so different from any other airport you’ve ever traveled through.
There are signs and symbols of another world within, greeted by a 32 foot, 9,000 blue mustang statue not so jokingly named “Blucifer”, who’s possessed with red laser beam eyes and said to represent the Fourth Horseman of the Apocalypse from the biblical book of Revelations.
During the final construction of this demonic statue, the artist, Luis Jimenez, was tragically killed in 2006 as the horses head fell and severed an artery in his leg.
Inside a chilling 40 piece collection of artwork depicting the world take over by an elite group with displaying murals of the apocalypse, expressing a Nazi influence, is a mural adorning a Nazi soldier with a gun and gas mask, and another includes a quote from a child who died at Auschwitz, many people question the messages of this art, is this in your face fact or scare- fiction?
There’s a suspicious fact surrounding the collection of art work, the project selection panel of community members and artists were approved by several government committees, hum, that’s really out of the norm, government committees, why? and who?
Hidden within the airport is a Tile with a mining cart etched into it, in the mining cart are four letters “Au Ag” typically represent the elements of gold and silver, yet conspiracy theorist believe it represents a virus known as the “Australian Antigen”, which could wipe away the world’s population.
Walking through this gothic feeling, new world order headquarters stimulates the wildest foreboding thoughts of the imagination and questions of what lies beneath the surface of this alleged secret underground hub of sinister activities.
Rumors have it that a former airport construction worker claimed the airport has five multistory buildings and a complex network of tunnels beneath the airport, hence the reason they were behind schedule, combined with tales of Nazis and Aliens shrouding the image and character of this illuminati museum of an airport and don’t leave out the dedication stone of the Freemasons, another mind bending symbol of the New World Order and global government.
Dedicated on March 19, 1994, another contributing factor of mystique behind the DIA is the dedication stone which displays the Masonic symbol of a compass with a capital G inside and underneath the symbol is the “New World Airport Commission” which was credited with participating in funding and building the airport.
The New World Airport Commission is a term giving reference to the New World Order. One of the newest structures built also gives reference to the New World Order and that is the One World Trade Center sitting where the twin towers used to stand.
This Masonic symbol ties into the conspiracy as the secret fraternal society of Freemasonry is allegedly the largest in the world and has existed as far back as the middle ages, consisting of powerful people working together in secret to establish the agenda of a single global government. Conspiracy theorist have claimed the dedication date adds up to the number 33, which in Freemasonry is the highest level of power.
To add a nod to the conspiracy theories, the latest addition to the DIA is a talking animatronic Gargoyle who shouts out “Welcome To The Home Of Illuminati Headquarters, I Mean, Denver International Airport,” that begins to start a conversation with them. This expressive talking Gargoyle is a 24th Happy Birthday gift to this gothic navigation port, adding more mystique to it’s rumor mill.
Located about 25 miles outside the city of Denver and sitting on 33,531 acres of land, the Denver International Airport opened for business on February 28th 1995.
It’s more than one and a half times the city of Manhattan, and is the largest airport in North America, and the 2nd largest in the world.
Construction of this monster, met with numerous delays costing a total of 4.8 billion dollars and running 16 months behind schedule.
It’s unique and captivating 1.5 million square feet of Jeppesen Terminal’s internationally recognized peaked roof, designed by Fentress Bradburn Architects is reflective of snow capped mountains and evokes early Colorado history when Native American teepees were located across the Great Plains. includes passenger ticketing, baggage claim, ground transportation, international arrivals, shops and restaurants, office areas and the TSA security checkpoints.
Interestingly the aerial view of the runways at DIA are not of a typical design, resembling the shape of a swastika, supposedly designed this way to be used simultaneously due to changing weather conditions, because none of the runways overlap.
The Airports terminal was named after Aviator and Philanthropist Elrey Borge Jeppesen, an American aviation pioneer noted for his contributions in the field of air navigation. He developed manuals and charts that allowed pilots to fly much more safely. He founded the Jeppesen company which continues to exist today as subsidiary of Boeing Commercial Airplanes, which was acquired in October 2000.
Did you know there are “alleged involvement with CIA extraordinary rendition flights.”? Makes one wonder when you see what Military Industrial Complex corporations are in business with Jeppesen.
Mohamed et al. v. Jeppesen Dataplan, Inc., is a case brought by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) on behalf of five victims of extraordinary renditions against Jeppesen Dataplan, Inc., which had provided services that the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) used to perform renditions.
On May 30, 2007, the ACLU sued Jeppesen on behalf of five plaintiffs who had been tortured in Morocco, Egypt and a United States base in Afghanistan. The suit alleged that, since 2001, Jeppesen provided support for at least seventy flights for the CIA’s secret extraordinary rendition program, transporting prisoners overseas to be tortured. The suit was dismissed in February 2008 on a motion from the United States government, on the theory that proceeding with the case would reveal state secrets and endanger relations with other nations that had cooperated.
On September 8, 2010, in a 6–5 en banc ruling, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit affirmed the dismissal of the suit, and the ACLU filed an appeal with the Supreme Court in December 2010.
On May 16, 2011, the Supreme Court declined to review the decision of the Ninth Circuit to dismiss the case.
Other bizarre findings about the isolated DIA airport that sits in the middle of nowhere, and surrounded by emptiness, it’s noted by travelers who reside in Denver and travel allot, they report there is an overwhelming number of cars in the airport parking lot, as far as the eyes can see, like nothing you have ever witnessed, many of these you need a special access keycards to park at. Doing the math, the numbers are not proportionated to incoming and outgoing traffic, workers, employees, flight attendants, construction, etc.
If these accusations and witness accounts are true, this could explain an alleged rogue and or covert underground government base used for research or classified projects.
What ever the reason in the construction of this massive airport and conspiracy theories, the truth is found somewhere in the middle.
Americans are continually witnessing a treasure trove of hidden secrets that our government withheld from us as abstract patterns are being formulated and truths emerge, the recognition of deep state political and military trophy’s are hiding in plain sight.
Considering the evident agendas behind the alphabet soup groups, I would wager the fact that awakened Americans tend to believe there are more clandestine arrangements going on behind the scenes.
Denver currently has non-stop service to 205 destinations throughout North America, Latin America, Europe, and Asia. It is the fourth airport in the United States to reach the 200 marker. It’s also the 2nd largest domestic network of any airport in the country with flights to around 185 U.S. destinations. As of 2018, DIA is the 20th busiest airport in the world and the fifth busiest in the United States by passenger traffic handling 64,494,613 passengers.
“And let’s get one thing straight. There’s a big difference between a pilot and an aviator. One is a technician; the other is an artist in love with flight.” ~Elrey Borge Jeppesen
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About (TLB) Contributing Writer Susan Price
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