Denver International Airport, Funding and Plans by Elitists, A mocking local news station report of their Underground Labyrinth and Tunnels and No Logical Explanation of the Creepy Murals or death of Demon Horse Sculptor

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More info on Denver International Airport

Why Was This airport built when according to many the already functioning airport called Stapleton was already functioning fine.

This is what an article in Colorado Encyclopedia states,

Stapleton International Airport opened as a small municipal airport in 1929–30 and went on to become Denver’s primary airport for sixty-five years, until it was replaced by Denver International Airport in 1995. The airport played a major role in Denver’s development as a national transportation and shipping hub. Today, Stapleton’s airport buildings lie vacant, as the land has since been subdivided and zoned for multiple other uses.

Things don't really add up here, after talking about it's steady growth, it suddenly states,

Unable to keep up with the ever-increasing demand for international air traffic, the size of jet aircraft, or the land necessary to support continuous expansion, Stapleton International Airport halted flight service on February 28, 1995, and ceded all commercial airliner traffic to the newly constructed Denver International Airport.

See more in the source below.

According to UFO Insight,

Perhaps what fanned the conspiracy flames of DIA more than anything else was the discovery of the blueprints of a “first attempt” at building the new airport.

These blueprints revealed a total of five known buildings that were completed and then seemingly abandoned due to incorrect positioning. It was subsequently decided instead of tearing the buildings down and making use of the materials elsewhere, it would be preferable to bury them, complete and intact instead. Some believe that these buildings however were not simply buried and abandoned, but instead make up part of the underground complex that is buried and operational underneath DIA.

Various theories have been put forward regarding just what these underground facilities might be, from FEMA detention units, to “hideaway” bases for the global elite. When numerous construction workers began to make claims that there were five-story buildings below the main airport as well as a secret network of tunnels, the conspiracy theories began to look a little less far-fetched – at least to some.

Maybe the fact that Denver is the apparent chosen location of such a secret installation for the elite is a clue in itself. The city is a mile above sea level – hence it is called the Mile High City. Might it be that this very fact makes the area favorable should there be any kind of natural or manmade disaster – particularly one that might involve intense flooding and rising sea levels?

Journalist, Alex Christopher, even claimed to have evidence to show that powerful “elites” were purchasing land and properties under false names within the Denver region in the mid-90s – including members of the British Royal family.

ate Phil Schneider. He appears to have been well placed to make the claims he eventually did however. His father, Oscar Schneider, was a Captain in the United States Navy and was a part of such nuclear projects as Operation Crossroads and the testing of nuclear weapons at Bikini Island. Schneider also insisted that his father was involved in the Philadelphia Experiment.

As for Schneider himself, he stated that he had worked as a specific government structural engineer, with his main work involving the building of secret underground military bases and structures. He also stated that in 1979, while working in this capacity, he unwittingly became involved in a high-tech gun-fight with grey aliens in the infamous Dulce Base – which incidentally, sits relatively close to Denver International Airport on the New Mexico-Colorado border.

While working on construction deep under the ground at Dulce, he claimed his team accidentally uncovered a large base that was occupied by grey aliens. The greys, believing they were under a surprise attack from their human hosts, went on the offensive, resulting in the deaths of over sixty military personal and several construction workers.

Schneider’s claims are bordering on the crazy on the surface, but a lot of what he says has been uttered and stated by many others. Just one of which are his claims of a “Black Budget”, that many high ranking government officials have also stated is a very real budget – as are extra-terrestrials and their interaction with (select) human beings.

The black budget that was said to have been set up by President Eisenhower in the fifties when the White House administration “did a deal” with grey aliens – said to be called the 1954 Greada Treaty. According to Schneider, the grey aliens began to aggressively alter the original deal over time.

Might there be any truth to any of Schneider’s claims? Perhaps a look at how he met his end may be more telling than anything else. He was discovered dead in January 1996 with a piece of flex pipe wrapped around his throat three times – the official cause of death was ruled to have been the result of a stroke!

From Hypoallergic it is stated,

A major transportation hub just about smack in the middle of the country, the Denver International Airport (DIA) offers an interesting layover to travelers willing to explore its bustling terminals. DIA and the art in its collection have been the subject of conspiracy theories dating back to the airport’s construction, while new technical difficulties have emerged in the maintenance and display of its ambitious permanent installations.

From the so-called “Blucifer” sculpture that greets visitors as they drive up to the terminal, to the newest acquisition — a futuristic installation by Anibal Catalan — it’s hardly surprising that the DIA was deemed the “best US airport for art.” But don’t expect cottage paintings or pleasant abstraction here. The DIA art collection stands out for shunning the niceties of conventional airport décor and embracing the weird, with a focus on permanent installations.

Anibal Catalan

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Catlan's bio states this,

his work is architecture itself, or at least a kind of experimental architecture.

The father of experimental architecture, Lebbeus Woods, and another great influence on Catalan's work, criticizes Vienna, Austria, as a being place that could collapse under the weight of its own history, order and cleanliness. He says: "The crisis is that there is no crisis?

See more here

According to Tanks That Get Around,

The official name of Blucifer Denver is ‘Blue Mustang’ but most people know him by Blucifer. And if you don’t know the story behind the statue.

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The sculpture was created by artist Luis Jimenez, whose previous works are displayed in museums around the country.

Jimenez sculpted this 32 feet tall bronco out of polychromed fiberglass, painted it a vibrant blue, and finished him off with red, glowing neon eyes.

Jimenez designed Blucifer Denver to represent the spirit of the old American West. But, when a piece of the 9,000-pound sculpture fell onto Jimenez’ leg, severing an artery and killing the artist, ‘Blue Mustang’ went from being an inspiration to being the curse we now know as Blucifer Denver.

Despite the death of Jimenez, the sculpture was finished by family, friends, and the artist’s staff and was finally displayed at Denver International Airport, as planned. Horrified, Denver citizens believed that the statue was cursed. Its red, glowing eyes gave way to nicknames like “Satan’s Steed”, “Denver Doom Horse”, “Blue Stallion of Death”, “DIAblo”, “The Untamed Mustang of the Apocalypse”, and, of course — ‘Blucifer’!

Luis Jimenez

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Some of Luis' other art,

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This is called Progress I located at the Albuquerque Museum

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When the airport opened 10 months behind schedule and was way over budget, paranoia spread and Denver citizens began asking questions. Why was it so expensive and why are there so many unmarked buildings that resulted from the airport’s construction?

I believe these were valid questions as below I have included some articles from David Kopel showing his connections to the Clintons and how many weak promises along with Weaknesses of his Vision of the airport for DIA were. Not to mention he closed an already functional airport to have this one built while being difficult to access and far away from the downtown. Wonder why that was?

Some speculated that the airport was built over top-secret subterranean command bunkers for the New World Order. Others pointed to the shape of the runways, claiming that they looked very similar to a swastika.

There have been several attempts to have Blucifer Denver removed entirely from the airport, simply because many consider him to be an eyesore. From petitions to Facebook groups, people have rallied together to rid Denver of this demonic sculpture. Despite their efforts, the city is firm on their stance to keep the statue where it is. To them, Blucifer Denver is a work of art and a symbol of the airport and the city of Denver.

Interesting because this was important in Arkansas. . .just One of the Clintons' home states.

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Linked from this article and this link

In this 1997 article Kopel states this in regards to the Denver International Airport,

Denver International Airport, which marks its second anniversary this month, has proven itself a failure and a gigantic waste of money, even by federal standards. Amazingly, President Clinton and the Republican Senate stand poised to give Federico Peña, the former Denver mayor responsible for the disastrous airport, yet another Cabinet appointment, this time as Secretary of Energy.

the operating record shows that Peña’s new Denver International Airport is performing far worse than Peña promised, and worse than the airport which DIA replaced.

For example, Peña predicted that DIA would attract "non-stop service from Europe, South America and the Far East." One of Peña’s consultants foresaw fifty flights a week to Europe. In fact, DIA has not a single non-stop to another continent. Denver "International" is an international airport only for folks going to Canada or Mexico.

The "need" for DIA was premised on ridiculous projections of passenger growth. But DIA has driven away passengers, thus solving the growth problem. For example, through August 1996, American Airlines’ traffic at DIA was down by 40,000 passengers, while their traffic at the Colorado Springs airport was up 100,000.

Mayor Peña predicted that DIA would attract more passengers than Dallas/Fort Worth and O’Hare combined. More modestly, the City of Denver forecast that DIA would have 17 million passengers in 1995; actually, there were only 15.6 million. In 1996, DIA traffic grew four percent, much slower than the national rate of six percent.

Even with a federally-guaranteed monopoly, as well as some of the highest landing fees in the United States, DIA can’t make money. The City of Denver estimates that DIA will lose nearly 300 million dollars in its first three years of operation.

DIA’s high landing fees, which must be passed on to consumers, have devastated intra-state air transportation in Colorado. Air service to Grand Junction, Durango, and other communities has been slashed, as travelers cannot afford to pay the huge fares which airlines must charge to recoup their DIA expenses.

Once it became apparent that DIA would not become the huge international hub as promised, Peña began claiming that DIA’s main benefit would be increased on-time performance. But even there, DIA is in the bottom half of major U.S. airports, trailing ancient LaGuardia in New York, and the congested O’Hare in Chicago. Stapleton Airport could have been improved to meet or exceed this sorry standard, and for much less than the five billion dollars that DIA cost. Indeed, one of DIA’s major performance advantages is that it handles many fewer flights than Stapleton did, because of DIA’s high landing fees.

Moreover, whatever small gains DIA offers in on-time performance are overwhelmed by the extra time needed to drive to DIA’s remote location, and to travel within DIA’s poorly-designed terminal and concourses.

Why was all that space needed? Why so imperative to have such a vast underground facility?

This is not to say that DIA has been bad for everyone. It’s worked out great for Federico Peña. The road to the airport is named "Peña Boulevard." Peña parlayed his airport experience into being appointed Secretary of Transportation. His Transportation tenure will be remembered primarily for the ValuJet catastrophe, and the subsequent cover-up regarding ValuJet’s well-documented and miserable safety record. Peña’s other major accomplishment at Transportation was to massively increase air passenger surveillance, so that it has become impossible to fly anywhere in the United States without producing a government identity card; carry-on baggage is now hand-searched randomly, without the slightest suspicion.

So Clinton Needed Pena. Wonder why?

According to the Peter Principle, individuals tend to get promoted until they reach their level of incompetence. But the last job Federico Peña was good at was Colorado State Representative. He’s now done lousy at two jobs after that, and on his way to becoming Secretary of Energy. Is replacing the Peter Principle (one level of job failure) with the Peña Principle (three levels) what President Clinton meant by "reinventing government"?

Then in an article from 1996 titled,
New Democrat Airport
Kopel states,

Denver International Airport (DIA) turned one year old on February 28. U.S. Transportation Secretary Federico Pena, who masterminded DIA during two terms as Mayor of Denver, will undoubtedly celebrate the birthday of what he calls the "crown jewel" of the American transportation system. But to Coloradans, "crown of thorns" might be more accurate.

For people like Mr. Pena who don't live in Colorado, DIA is a fine airport with great shopping. But for us folks living in Denver, it's a disaster. Other than Washington Dulles, no American airport is further from the city center. Denver's old Stapleton Airport, just a few minutes from downtown, was closed to prevent it from competing with DIA. Now getting to and from DIA can take longer than the plane trip itself.

DIA was sold to voters as a $1.5 billion project. Considering the cost overrun of more than 200 percent (caused in part by the aggressive use of racial preferences by Mayor Pena and his successor, Mayor Webb), the enormous interest on airport debt (caused by the junk rating on some of the airport bonds), and the costs of losing Stapleton, the $1.5 billion airport will cost over $12 billion--enough money to run the entire Denver government and all its services for 30 years.

Why was so much money needed?
Especially since it clearly didn't hold up to all the weak promises.

Denver's $593 million automated baggage system, a national laughingstock, will never work as designed. The local office of the Securities and Exchange Commission has recommended Denver be prosecuted for defrauding bondholders by covering up known baggage system problems during airport construction.

What was really going on during the construction of DIA?

Pena insisted on the tented roof as "a global statement," rejecting design plans for a conventional roof. Several engineers, however, have expressed grave fears about this "global statement." The sprinkler system cannot reach much of the roof, and if it burns it will release fumes deadlier than mustard gas. Critics also worry that the airport roof may collapse under the weight of snow and ice buildup in the crevices (as did the Minneapolis Metrodome, designed by the same company). The roof has an energy efficiency rating of R1.8; the average American home is R30, and new ones aim for R60. Utility costs are consequently enormous.

The roof problems are currently minor compared to the floor problems. Denver opted to install an expensive form of Italian granite only half the thickness of normal granite floors. Rejecting a qualified bid from an American company to put in granite of standard thickness for $4.9 million, the city ended up spending $12 million, even after saving money by installing carpets in many areas intended for granite. Now the granite is cracking, creating a tripping hazard. Some panels have sunk below the rest of the floor. When Westword, Denver's alternative weekly, raised questions about the granite floor during construction, a Denver government architect replied (quite presciently), "Like the roof, it will be a hallmark of the airport."

When nominating Federico Pena to be Secretary of Transportation, President Clinton promised that Mr. Pena would do for America what he has done for Denver. One can only be thankful that this promise remains unfulfilled.

This is rather interesting concerning Pena,
In 1995 the Justice Department conducted a preliminary investigation into a California transit agency's awarding of a pension management contract to Peña's former investment management firm. However, Peña had severed all ties to his former company both prior to the contract and prior to becoming Transportation Secretary. On March 17, 1995 Janet Reno ended the investigation.

Upon leaving the Clinton administration, Peña returned to Denver. In August 1998 he joined private equity firm Vestar Capital Partners where he is a senior advisor.

Pena has Quite the resume and was succeeded by Epstein Pal, Bill Richardson to carry on what Pena had started as Secretary of Energy. . .interesting!

Now let's take a look at why Stapleton there in Denver closed.

Why did they Need it to close?

Right away when you do a search this is eye catching. . .the cabal, "powers that be" whatever you wish to call them, they sure do like their numbers. Also interesting. . . Epstein supposedly committed suicide at age 66. #EpsteinDidntKillHimself

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So 2/27/1995 you get right away from the year date. . .encoding of 666. As above so below with the 9's and 5 +1=6 . No, it may not be common core, but it IS Common Sense no matter how much they try to beat it out of us.

The 27 encodes 9 add the 2 you have one of their favorites 9/11

Why do you suppose the closing of one airport encoded these numbers for them at the opening of another?

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Here is a local station that did a report on the debris left behind after 17 years of closing.
Done in 2012

Stapleton Gone For 17 Years, But Runway Trash Remain

According to DIA, they owned it and needed approval from the state to go in with a clean up plan. So all those years with Democrats being in charge Nothing got done, yet they claim to Care so much about the environment. The people who live there claim animals and children explore the area and they show evidence of rusted nails, sharp rocks and rebar yet No evident concern nor priority for taking care of the environment. Sad.

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Honestly, it looks like it depicts the same apocalyptic style art they were trying to depict at their own over priced debacle of the new airport. For example they had an ancient ruins area which according to eyewitnesses and those working there.

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Apparently things were so bad they wanted to remove it after spending on the money on their "plan".

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Whoa. ..stakes and expense were High! Can you imagine if they would have used even a Fraction of that money for clean-up?

According to the Denver Post,

That’s a good thing for taxpayers, who often have a stake in the financial and cultural outcomes. But these disputes also shed light on the gray-area wrangling that happens when a revenue-conscious organization struggles to free itself from a city-led agreement.

In the most high-profile art dispute in its history, Denver International Airport officials have recently butted heads with the city’s public-art program and the cultural commission charged with guiding it over an installation at the 22-year-old airport — the birthplace of Denver’s nationally recognized public-art program, with 36 pieces representing an investment of more than $14 million.

Airport officials have said the piece, designed to look like ancient ruins with living tropical plants, is prohibitively expensive to maintain, has not lived up to expectations due “faults in the design” and takes up otherwise valuable space in a concourse they estimate is squeezed by about 50,000 square feet.

“Those are some of the most important pieces in our whole collection,” Michael Chavez, who oversees the city’s roughly 400 public-art works for Arts & Venues, said of pieces such as Interior Garden and Mustang (a.k.a. the big blue horse).

Interior Garden, he said, “was a really important public-art piece when it was installed, and a real forerunner in that type of art. It’s the type of thing we like to tout from a program standpoint.”

Seriously? So a program standpoint of what exactly? "Their ideas" and plan is far more important than people or children? Because they should have been far more concerned with the mess they left in the wake of their big "Standpoint!"

There were three public-art pieces DIA officials filed requests for deaccessioning because one of the pieces in the Great Hall was broken and the other was complicating plans to overhaul the 1.5 million square foot terminal to provide more traveler amenities, including shops and restaurants.

“SkyDance hasn’t worked since the airport opened, and it’s just been sitting there for many, many years, despite some pretty good efforts to fix it,” Stacey Stegman, senior vice president of communications for DIA, said of the projection-based piece that was supposed to throw eye-catching images onto the ceiling of the main terminal. “That one is essentially a resubmittal because it’s prevented the airport from doing anything with the tent.”

Similarly, the tiled floor of the Great Hall is complicating airport attempts to redesign the open space that is now defined mostly by pedestrian traffic and Transportation Security Administration checkpoints at either end.

“All the designs we have looked at so far indicate we would have to remove and replace the entire floor,” Stegman said of the multimillion-dollar project to overhaul the space. “The lesson we learned is that perhaps public art isn’t ideal in a floor situation in the airport.”

The only other public-art piece that DIA removed was its troubled Mountain Mirage fountain, also in the Great Hall. It was removed, in 2010, because of leaking and safety concerns.

Despite being far removed from the Great Hall remodel, Interior Garden brings up similar issues in the eyes of airport officials. Its dual-sided, 12,000-square-foot imprint doesn’t account for the “total space it requires, since it’s open below,” Stegman said. “It’s unusable space.”

What IS below it? Is Nothing really being done with that space?

It appears This is what it is above,

In its request for deaccessioning, airport officials assert that the piece — which is situated above passenger-train lines — leaks and is excessive in its maintenance costs, including $15,000 annually to water the plants by hand.

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“Leaking down right where train is creates a hazardous situation for passengers,” Stegman said. “We’ve had problems with pests, like rodents and birds, none of which are ideal in an airport environment. Over the past 20-some years we’ve spent, from what we can even track, in the neighborhood of $800,000 to maintain it, which was neither anticipated nor budgeted.”

This statement is interesting. . .the Awake no why!

“(The airport) is such an important gateway to our city and, in many cases, a lot of people’s first or only interaction with Denver,” said Stephanie Blake, co-chairwoman of the Denver Commission on Cultural Affairs. “Arts and culture is essential to this community and sends a strong message to people about what our city’s identity and what we value.”

They admit to capitalize on "Conspiracy Theories" . Why did they choose art that appears in some cases to be apocalyptic? Do they just once again get the. . ."it's Art pass?" Once again, not saying art is bad, but is there Any accountability?

I ask because there doesn't seem to be Any for people who collect what is referred to as low brow art. For example, someone Progressives and Democrats Greatly praise is Nike CEO who used to be on the board for Disney who collects this style of art. . .

I ask you, why is this okay? Why is Nike and those associated with it so Praised in spite of obvious predatory problems like this? Is pedophilia okay as long as it is under the Guise of "Art?" You see how they co-opt what is meant for good once again and use it for an evil advantage?

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Really? Is this okay with you? It is NOT okay with Guardians of Children. These people who have sold their souls out to evil are blatant and in your face about it.

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How about this one where they signal what they have been for some time concerning cannibalism?

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Don't believe me? Making too much of something Progressives consider isolated and cannibalism just used in jest or for fun? Is This for fun? Really?

cannibalism solution to climate change promoted by the same elitists who won't give up private jets

Mark Ryden as stated on his site. . .Large-eyed waifs and larger-eyed snow yaks. Abraham Lincoln’s severed head resting on a child’s bed. Jimi Hendrix standing Christ-like on a giant steak. These strange and surreal images populate Mark Ryden’s paintings. Critics consider the 48-year-old painter a member of the so-called Lowbrow movement, an underground, populist, and pop-culture-infused art scene with its origins in 1970s Southern California.

Meat is a recurring theme for Ryden,a child clutches a handful of balloons that aren’t balloons at all but hunks of red meat, a girl poses in a formal dress made of meat, a butcher with bunny ears slices ham with a handsaw.

Mark Ryden spent two years on the Memory Lane diorama in "The Gay 90's: West
haughty, well-dressed dolls; and Abe Lincoln's head painted pink and put on a baby's naked body.
the craft invites you to accept the content without necessarily questioning it.
I believe elitists will say we’re not superior as they are and that’s why We Don’t Get it.
What I do get is there is a Sickness Here!

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See more in sources below. Can they get any more blatant, bolder and In Your Face? Yes, yes they can, they have and do!

Here are some examples

In an article that goes over the history and activities of Rachel Chandler (known by those trying to wake up others as Epstein's Child Handler) you will find evidence like this and there are Quite a few celebrities involved.

MOCA Spirit Cooking Gala for the illuminati, extremely sick and satanic

Be for warned, NOT for Little Eyes as much of what these people do behind closed doors isn't. Very ritualistic and it is obvious what they are signaling!

If you're thinking what the heck, spirit cooking? People are exaggerating here. Are they?

Look up Marina Abramovich, just do a duckduckgo or google search with her name and hit images. You will see something like this. . .

Even Before you put in spirit cooking with her name you get pics like this,

Marina Abramovich whom many in Hollywood and Model Agencies, the "Art" crowd and progressives endorse. No, Art in and of itself is Not bad, it's how people are using it for wickedness!

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Why would you burn an effigy of a child? Just ask yourself that, and then actually try to hide under the "cloak of. . .it's Art!" No it isn't! It's nothing short of satanic!

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Abramovic is good friends with both Hillary and John Podesta. See some of John and his brother Tony's art here if you're not already familiar.

Abramovic is good friends with both Hillary and John Podesta. See some of John and his brother Tony's art here if you're not already familiar.

More information about Podesta along with him and his brother's sick art collection which blatantly depicts pedophilia, death and satanic ritualistic abuse can be seen in the above link.

How about other signs and depictions they put out like,

Katy Perry - Bon Appétit (Official) ft. Migos

Just as Denver International Airport tries to claim it's all in Jest, all for fun or all just to get a Rise out of those on the side of good. . .they feign that all they are signaling doesn't Really go on in secret rituals, yet they even signal the Fact that it Does with movies like Eyes Wide Shut.

See connections and info in sources below.

I wanted to do a breakdown on this art and the artists, but time is not allowing that right now. I am going to drop the screen shots and let you all poke around and see what your thoughts are, what may know and what you can find. Someday I hope to revisit, but a great deal is happening right now.

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According to the Chive,

The murals are fairly 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 figure wears a gas mask implying the gray waves, the instrument of death in this case, is a biological weapon.

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At a glance, AU AG would logically be the symbols for 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 called AUAG. 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.

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See full text and documentation in the NCBI source below in Sources.

More examples of orchestrated pathogens being furthered see

The intentional development for the Aids Virus at request of World Health obtained through Dept. of Defense for Advanced Research later known as DARPA injected into subjects through a smallpox vaccine

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Interesting they can't find anything on the New World Airport Commission, yet it is credited for the stone plaque AUAG and they denied the Majestic 12 existed thought there is documentation and evidence such a group Did Indeed Exist!Wouldn't be the first time they attempted to hide information. Remember how they wouldn't even tell the workers at Los Alamos National Laboratory and in Oakridge Tennessee what they were Really working on and the people didn't know until after the bomb was dropped!

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Those saying they can't find anything must not have looked to hard. Message from the White Hats. ..#YouHaveMoreThanYouKNOW

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Ansbacher connections to Denver Airport

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Looks like some pretty Big connectors here cited by the Denver Post in 2010.

Ansbacher had been chair of the state Council on the Arts and Humanities and was on a mayoral committee that chose art for Denver International Airport. In March, Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper dedicated the Charles Ansbacher Hall, which connects the DIA terminal with concourse A.

Ansbacher, who conducted orchestras for decades, was guest conductor in cities all over the world during the Clinton presidency, when his wife, heiress Swanee Hunt, was U.S. ambassador to Austria.

He was the first American to conduct the Vietnam National Symphony (which he did this year) and was guest conductor in many cities, including Sarajevo, Beirut, Jerusalem and Moscow.

Must have conducted here also as there are photo from his on writing,

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Wednesday, Landmarks Orchestra founder, Charles Ansbacher, conducted the Ala Too Symphony at the Opera House in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. This is the maestro's 5th time conducting in this former Central Asian Soviet republic of 5 million.

Sponsored by the US embassy, the concert convened members of the Kyrgyz arts community, local society, expatriates, and diplomats. An address by the American Ambassador, Masha Yovanovitch. . .

It appears one just has to open their eyes to see the Connections all over the MAP, but then again. ..not All Want to SEE, do they?

See More on this article and the Vast Connections in this Deep Dive here

Rest of Murals from Denver International Airport

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All of the children of the world bring in the weapons from their country, handing 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 deeper metaphor is the return to peace, a rebirth; there will be no more need for weapons in the new world.

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All of the children of the world bring in the weapons from their country, handing 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 deeper metaphor is the return to peace, a rebirth; there will be no more need for weapons in the new world.

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Sources and connecting articles,

The Disturbing Art Mark Parker enjoys collecting. It is no surprise he prefers Globalism.
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Cannibalism being heralded as a solution to Climate Change by the same elites who Won't give up their private jets, but hey average people can help them out by eating each other in their goal of Population Control!

What do Nicole Kidman, Rupert Murdoch, Harvey Weinstein Corporation owned News and Pedogate all have in common?

How about this one, where they try to "normalize the heinous" and make it more acceptable, more palatable if you wish?

Passed off a family comedy and likely many families aiding in the "programming" of their children, seeding the conscience that, it's just another lifestyle! . Signs of the times? Sadly Progressives eat it all up and take the bait of desensitizing along with Fence sitters "claiming" to be against evil, but in their obsession to be in the "In Crowd" with society they just cave and say Nothing!

Check this one out if you're not familiar then consider the following,

Santa Clarita Diet - Baal's Barefaced Bloodlust Being Blatantly Bolstered In Society As Normal

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Interesting how she was Furthered and Helped even more under the Clinton Administration and the cloak of "Evangelical. They tried to say Jim Jones was "Evangelical" he was an occultist and sicko!

Harvard University academics, military personnel, American reporters and wealthy donors. Hunt, who served as ambassador to Austria from 1993 to 1997 under President Bill Clinton, set the tone with her own story, a yarn about the moment that led to forming the Institute for Inclusive Security.

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