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Insight
09-03-2005, 10:57 PM
Greetings people. I stumbled onto this site after a day of researching the strangeness at the Denver Airport. I post at Unexplained-Mysteries.com as well, but that place is mostly filled with 12 year olds who think they have psychic powers. Most people there don't even believe the Illuminati exist. Anyways, it's nice to find a site like this finally. I look forward to the discussions here.

Your New forum buddy, Insight

09-03-2005, 11:15 PM
Insight wrote:
Greetings people. I stumbled onto this site after a day of researching the strangeness at the Denver Airport. I post at Unexplained-Mysteries.com as well, but that place is mostly filled with 12 year olds who think they have psychic powers. Most people there don't even believe the Illuminati exist. Anyways, it's nice to find a site like this finally. I look forward to the discussions here.

Your New forum buddy, Insight

Welcome! What strangeness met you at the Denver airport and how did your reserach bring you to this site?

09-03-2005, 11:15 PM
Had a double post, so I deleted one!!!

truebeliever
09-04-2005, 12:13 AM
Welcome INSIGHT.

I look foreward to abusing you for your world view and sneering at your analysis with arrogent disregard for your feelings. :-D

Only kidding.

freeman
09-04-2005, 05:04 AM
Greetings, Insight.
I believe the Denver Airport has more Masonic symbolism than a Shriner's convention, correct?
And some mysterious activity to go along with it...

09-04-2005, 09:47 AM
truebeliever wrote:
Welcome INSIGHT.

I look foreward to abusing you for your world view and sneering at your analysis with arrogent disregard for your feelings. :-D

Only kidding.

He is not kidding!!!

igwt
09-04-2005, 11:01 AM
The capstone, or the dedication stone, for the Denver airport has a Masonic symbol on it

http://www.anomalous-images.com/capston2.jpg/

http://www.anomalous-images.com/capstn1t.jpg

http://www.anomalous-images.com/COFFIN4.JPG

09-04-2005, 01:05 PM
Yeah, well, their symbols are all around us for the most part!!!

Insight
09-04-2005, 08:11 PM
What really struck me about the Denver air port were the bizzare murals. They were too subtle and detailed not to be very symbolic. Then I found out about the capstone. When ever the masons put their stamp of approval on something, you can bet there's some strangeness involved. Right now I'm trying to track down what all the symbolism of the animals mean, in masonic terms. I know that many animals have been universally used to express an Idea or principle. More theories about this later, for sure.

Anyways, thus far, I am absolutely loving this site. I can't believe I didn't find it earlier! I have read many different posts here, and I was amazed when I agreed with every single one of them. I like how people here don't take speciffically left or right political stances, and they seem to realize that both sides are just fabrications to split the masses and make them easier to control and market to. There is no right or left, there is only the Controllers, and The Controlled!

nohope187
09-04-2005, 08:14 PM
Yeah, you got the right idea man. you're cool so far. :-P

Max
09-04-2005, 09:34 PM
Welcome Insight- nice to see you here.

Not much time now to discuss DIA right now but here are some links that I have found- you may of already seen these but just in case.


--Max

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Denver airport:
http://www.freedomdomain.com/denverpic.html
http://www.geocities.com/Baja/5692/
http://www.geocities.com/Baja/5692/jewgrl01.jpg
http://www.geocities.com/Baja/5692/coffin3.jpg
http://www.geocities.com/Baja/5692/coffin4b.jpg
http://www.geocities.com/Baja/5692/mayan1.jpg

http://www.anomalous-images.com/christo.html
http://sunspiritgallery.com/sept2001.htm
http://www.mt.net/~watcher/denverairportfloordeciphered.html
http://www.anomalous-images.com/murals.html
http://www.flydenver.com/guide/art/public.asp
http://sheepwaker.tripod.com/4sheep02.html



"i know the artist of these murals...and his family. i even helped with painting the murals. there is meaning behind the murals, as with any art/mural, there is a story. if i'm not mistaken, there are 6 murals. the first three are murals of oppression / extinction / and pollution...the mural with the military figure wearing the gas mask and holding the sword represents war. the child curled up in a ball and all else on the left of the mural the is a symbol of all the suffering that is the result of war. the others show some of the animals that have been extinct, and an extinct indian (native american) tribe. as well as forest fires (deforestation) and air pollution.

the other 3 murals show all the children of the world coming together in piece and breaking the war statue. then you see all the children bringing the swords of war to make tools (notice how the sword is bent and being made into a plow.) the mural also shows the extinct animals alive again. all the murals are all tied in by the use of the rainbow that is the dream of the child sleeping in the streets shown in the first mural. the rainbow also represents hope and of God's promise.

the mural was painted by Leo Tanguma. he is a very inspiring and humble artist. i was very fortunate to have met him and worked with him. you can do a 'google search': leo tanguma.
here is a couple of links of his work."
http://www.stvrain.k12.co.us/CEEL/DIA.html
http://latinoartcommunity.org/community/Vistas/Rivera-ChicArtInCO.html