Something is rotten in the Denver airport (13 Photos)

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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 airpots in the world, The Denver International Airport. Leo and I had a long layover at the airport last weekend. As we walked around, we couldn't help but notice that something about this place isn't right. So I did some digging.

*Note: I'm not a conspiracy guy in any way, I fancy myself as more of a beer drinker, so take this post more in the spirit of WTF than an accusation. But anybody who has flown through Denver Airport will tell you this place is a few fries short of a Happy Meal.

Let's start at the beginning. Denver Airport was commissioned in 1989 at a cost of 1.7 billion dollars. The airport was finished in 1995, 2 years late, at a cost of 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 airport was funded by The New World Airport Commission.

It should also be noted that Denver had a completely 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 up above to mask a larger construction project happening down below. And this is where the conspiracies begin.

Many people believe that the largest underground bunker in the world lies beneath the Denver airport. Specifically 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 construction project to hide the 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 a number of mysterious masonic symbols and murals clearly depicting the end of the word. They're hard to miss. Many believe these murals hold a deeper meaning which can be gleaned by the initiated of the New World Order and Freemasons. Let's have a look.

Finally, let’s return to those bunkers. The photo above is a blueprint of 5 buildings that were mysteriously buried during the early days of construction on the Denver Airport. These five large buildings were fully constructed and subsequently deemed to have been ‘positioned incorrectly.’

Rather than being demolished, the buildings were ordered to be buried, yes buried. The ‘underground bases’, as they are referred, are currently being used as “storage” according to airport authorities. This fact is not debated. We already know there is an underground structure beneath the airport. The real question is how deep the worm hole goes. We may never know…

UPDATE BY LEO: President Obama was in Denver Sept 27th last year when Comet Elenin passed by the earth, “barely missing” us by 22 miles. Some say, that if the comet would have struck earth, it’s back to the stone-age for us. Nonetheless, their was a chance that it could have hit and President Obama was conveniently ushered to Denver… which, in my opinion, adds more to the existence of not only a military bunker, but also the largest, most advanced bunker in the US -because the President wouldn’t go to some half-ass bunker if there was a threat of complete world destruction. Just sayin..

UPDATE 2: Just got a weird phone call from “Government Affairs” (whatever that is) on our office phone caller ID and they hung up after we answered. If this post disappears for some reason tomorrow, you know why..

  • evil

    Quote: "President Obama was in Denver Sept 27th last year when Comet Elenin passed by the earth, "barely missing” us by 22 miles."

    Think you meant, 22 MILLION miles there, chief. Very interesting otherwise, though

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  • Ben F

    So weird cultists with a lot of money built it. That doesn't mean they can predict a cataclysmic event any better than any of us. Mason types have been around and will be around for a long time. They don't know anything special, this is their whole schtick–ooh, spooky! Secret knowledge! There is no secret knowledge. Just rich people who believe weird, stupid things.

  • Skeptic

    Regarding Update 1 by Leo, the referenced article at… states that Comet Elenin is "too small and its closest approach to Earth will bring it 90 times the Earth-moon distance". It goes on to say that that is 22 million miles, not the 22 miles mentioned in the update. Hence, it seems unlikely that anyone thought that a collision was possible, much less that Obama went there to seek refuge.

  • G-man

    So, yes this is weird. Like REALLY weird. A few years ago I had to go to Denver to a family wedding (and btw I really loved the city! Very walkable with a really cool downtown core to explore!) and I haven't notice these strange things at the airport.
    But I have a theory countering the conspiracy theorists: although there are very strange symbolism scattered throughout the airport, how can you prove that these symbols are CONNECTED to a larger conspiracy theory. I think that it is the biggest fallacy that conspiracy theorists have: a confusion of causation with correlation. In other words, this could be entirely co-incidental, if ya' know what I mean.
    Anyways, it's very odd that these murals have been put on the wall, no doubt.

  • Gus

    Another Denver person here. Couple of facts that are fun to add to the picture.

    1) The mustang killed is first maker and was completed by hi son. Nothing says I love you dad like finishing the project that killed him.

    2) The barbed wire fence at DIA was setup to point inwards, not out and away. Making it more difficult to escape out of DIA and then to get in.

    3)The fueling system can pump 1,000 gallons of jet fuel per minute through a 28-mile network of pipes. There are six fuel hold tanks that each hold 2.73 million gallons of jet fuel. This is somewhere in the "no one will ever ever need this much" range.

  • JFB

    On one site they are showing long type ug tunnels being put in within short distance for the air port i watched it a couple of times, they are doing on going work out side the area that they can tunnel,s to at a later date , not sure why but if it lines up with all the ones they put in at 17 ft deep at the Arlington cemetery that look the same as the ones on the out side skirts of the air port i would think something is a miss with gov, we the American people sit back, watch, while this goes on, not one news or reporter working to disclose the project tells me of real problems here !!!

  • David Rigsby

    I hope you will consider my own research on this matter… (And yes, it is a Masonic thing)

    David Rigsby
    Los Angeles, CA

  • Anna

    Mayan tablet is in the shape of Russia , there is so much more to all of this the baggage depot is in the shape of a penis from the air, and there is a swasteca in there too

  • pedrito

    Not a "penguin and a bird (penguins are birds!)", but a Great Auk and a Passenger Pigeon, both extinct, not life being preserved. The other bird is a quetzal, not a phoenix, and isn't escaping but about to be made into an exhibit, i.e. extinct…
    To sum up, not conspiracy theory, just graphic, gauche "New Age" imagery, trying in its clumsy way to provoke change before it's too late.

  • floyd

    Yeah, this is creepy, but I'm going to have to be the killjoy here (at least a little bit). First of all, the australian antigen is simply the antigen that marks the presence of hepatitis. AU AG in and of itself is completely harmless, but it does mark the presence of hepatitis. They check for it in blood transfusions, to make sure the recipient of the blood doesn't also get a not so welcomed surprise. Another correction, comet elenin missed us by 22 million miles, not 22. It wasn't even close, it was 90x the earth to moon distance away. The time capsule thing is interesting, could mean absolutely nothing, but at the same time…. And the buried buildings and "who payed for it?" question are the weirdest things about this place for sure. The artist who made the murals said they were supposed to depict what would happen if we continue to neglect the environment and whatnot. They are definitely shocking, but what's shocking to me is not why the artist painted them or what he meant by them, but rather that the airport chose to use those. Airports generally go for bland, un-striking, lobby art. I don't know about this one. Do I believe that there is a bunker down there for the elite? Sure, the elite have surprisingly elaborate ways to protect themselves from pretty much anything imaginable. Obviously them protecting their money is a hot political topic today. But I'm not so sure that there's any genocide planned out…

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  • john

    so do we just sit and wait or could we do something about it .suggestions

  • Dave

    You may have meant this but comet elenin was 22 million miles away and it went past earth on October 17.

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  • Drew

    Speaking of identifying birds incorrectly the "penguin" the author referred to is actually a Great Auk, I was just at DIA yesterday and saw that weird ass shit.

  • LOL

    L O FUCKING L this whole thing is stupid. for one, elenin missed us by 22 million miles, not 22 miles. did the writer of this hunk of shit even click that link they supplied..?

  • Sam Solesbee

    Google Boxcars with Shackles……

  • Cory

    Lets just petition to open the capsule early

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  • Dalia Marshall

    Saw this on fb, clicked to share; it appeared for a few seconds and was gone – from the page it originated from and from my wall; only able to send via email. Gee, I wonder why (sarcasm very much intended).

  • @cpromiset

    Look up the history at the RMCAD college campus at Denver. In the early 1900's, it was some sort of Tuberculosis Research Facility where almost 10,000 patients lived at. Obviously most died. There are tunnels underneath the campus still in working order. These were used to transport the dead. Though after reading this, I can't help but wonder what else those patients may have been used for.

  • Joseph B. Hewitt IV

    Hey Leo, The Elenin commet “barely missed” us by 22 MILLION miles, not 22 miles. Just saying.

  • Joseph B. Hewitt IV

    Hey Leo, The Elenin comet “barely missed” us by 22 MILLION miles, not 22 miles. Just saying.

  • MeMyself AndI

    The comet missed us by 22 MILLION miles — Not only 22 miles…

    • Mark

      Yeah, right.

      Ah well, 22 miles makes more sense in a suspense story and as an excuse to fly POTAS to the most advanced catastrophic-event-proof bunker.

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