June 27, 2016

The New World Airport Commission.

Located 25 miles from Denver on a plot of land encompassing 53 square miles (twice the size of Manhattan), sits one of the most curious airports in the world, The Denver International Airport. Let's start at the beginning. Denver airport was commissioned in 1989 at 1.7 billion dollars, The airport was finished in 1995, 2 years late, at 4.8 billion dollars, roughly 3.1 billion OVER budget, like ya' do. The airport was privately funded, and nobody really knows by whom. A marker stone in the terminal reads 'The New World Airport Commission'
It should also be noted that Denver had an utterly functional airport, Stapleton, that many people liked just fine. Stapleton was only 6 miles from Denver, after all.
There was really no need to build the airport in the first place....unless you needed a construction project happening down below. And this is where the conspiracies begin. Many people believe that the most massive underground bunker in the world lies beneath the Denver airport. Especially a 360,000 sq.foot bunker, built by the NEW WORLD ORDER to house the elites in case of economic collapse or nuclear holocaust. The construction of the Denver airport was necessitated as a dumb show, an above-ground installation to hide the creation of something that lies beneath, hiding in plain sight.
Hints that the Denver airport is hiding something big are everywhere. Visitors to the Denver airport will immediately notice several mysterious masonic symbols and murals clearly depicting the end of the world (lol, laughed while typing this-R). They're hard to miss. Many believe these murals hold a more profound meaning, which can be gleaned by the initiated of the New World Order and Freemasons. Let's have a look.


  • You are greeted at the airport by Mustang by New Mexico artist Luis Jimenez, who was one of the earliest public art commissions for Denver International Airport in 1993. Standing at 32 feet tall and weighing 9,000 pounds 'Mustang' is a blue cast-fiberglass sculpture with shining red eyes, Jimenez died in 2006 while creating the statue when the head of it fell on him and severed an artery in his leg.
  • The murals are relatively shocking. Here we have refugees, living in a basement and the lord of Death, brandishing an AK-47, killing the dove of peace.


  • Gray waves pulse from the figure, the waves pulse outward, killing everybody in its path. The character wears a gas mask implying the gray waves; the instrument of death, in this case, is a biological weapon! (Yikes -R)



  • At a glance,AU-AG would logically be symbols of gold and silver. But that meaning is called into question when you find out that one of the founders of the airport also discovered a new, deadly strain of hepatitis known as Australia Antigen, also known as AUGAUAG. It has been rumored that AUAG could be a potent weapon in biological warfare. This symbol rests on the ground directly in front of the biological warfare mural.




  •  Nobody really knows who paid for the Denver Airport construction. Besides the fact that this dedication stone says it's covering a time capsule for the people of Colorado, it also means the airport was paid by the New World Airport Commission. The New World Airport Commission does NOT exist.




  • Set against the backdrop of a solar flare and horrific destruction, not a mention of the extinction of various species including whales and sea turtles, children are in the center sobbing over three open caskets.



  • You'll notice there is a little girl in the back right holding a Mayan tablet alluding to Dec 21, 2012, the end of the world. But the Mayans also predict a 'rebirth,' which is why some life, such as the penguin and bird, are being preserved. Oh, and let's not overlook the city destroyed in the background.



  • All of the children of the world bring in the weapons from their country, handling them to a German boy. The gas mask man from the previous scene is now dead, two doves perched on his body. All of the children appear to be relieved. The more profound metaphor is the return of peace, a rebirth; there will be no more need for weapons in the new world.  



  • Nothing says welcome home like a demonic figure crawling out a suitcase.





  • The final mural is oddly reminiscent of the garden of Eden, the world now lives in peace after the horrific events that have taken place. All the paintings, when viewed in sequence, depict a massive genocide followed by the formation of a now less-populated, harmonious new world.
(Courtesy: Jack_theChive)

Finally, the blueprint of the bunkers are 5 buildings that are buried under during the early stages of construction. These five buildings were entirely constructed and subsequently deemed to have been 'positioned incorrectly.'
Rather than being demolished, the buildings were ordered to be buried, yes, buried! Like wtf?!
The underground bases are currently being used as 'storage' according to the airport authorities. That fact is not debated. Nobody knows how deep the wormhole goes, I guess we've to ask Calvin Harris to compose a song called ' How deep is your airport,' We may never know. Check out the part 2 here

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