But anybody who has flown through Denver Airport will tell you this place is a few fries short of a Happy Meal. 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.
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. *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.
The gas mask man from the previous scene is now dead, two doves perched on his body. The deeper metaphor is the return to peace, a rebirth; there will be no more need for weapons in the new world.
This symbol rests on the ground directly in front of the biological warfare mural.
Nobody really knows who paid for the Denver Airport construction.
Visitors to the Denver Airport will immediately notice a number of mysterious masonic symbols and murals clearly depicting the end of the word. Many believe these murals hold a deeper meaning which can be gleaned by the initiated of the New World Order and Freemasons. , by New Mexico artist Luis Jiménez, was one of the earliest public art commissions for Denver International Airport in 1993.
All the murals, when viewed in sequence, depict a massive genocide followed by the formation of a now less-populated, harmonious new world. The photo above is a blueprint of 5 buildings that were mysteriously buried during the early days of construction on the Denver Airport.