Heart of Darkness: The Denver Airport

How long has satanic symbolism been around us? How many of us have not noticed? I am more aware of it than ever, but this wasn’t always the case. The Denver Airport is a great example of this symbolism being “hidden” in plain sight.

If you’ve ever driven to Denver International Airport, you know there is a vast stretch of fairly desolate land as you approach the modern structure that is the main airport. One of the first things you are likely to see is the 32-foot Blue Mustang statue. It’s an electric blue, anatomically correct 9,000-pound statue affectionately known as Blucifer the Devil Horse. Also called Satan’s Steed, the statue with red glowing eyes actually played a part in its creator’s death. Artist Luis Jiminez actually died when a piece of the sculpture fell on his leg and severed an artery. But it’s fine, and not satanic, even though the first thing that pops into the minds of many upon seeing it is -Revelation 6:7-8, the Bible’s famous “behold the pale horse” verse.

Photo provided courtesy of Denver International Airport.

Despite many petitions by citizens to remove what many regard as a satanic statue (the red glowing eyes are a clue), the statue remains. The bad part of this story is that Blucifer is the least of our concerns when it comes to the Denver airport.

There’s a big clue when one does a Google search on “satanic Denver airport”. Article after article comes up as “debunking conspiracy theories”. That is the first clue that we are on to something.

Not everything in the airport is evil. If you’ve been on the train, you’ve seen the 5,280 propellers that change formation as the train passes. The number represents the mile-long train track and the mile-high city.

But everything else is quite strange. There are things in plain sight, but many, like me, never noticed them because I was usually rushing to a gate. Actually, gargoyles are everywhere. And occult symbolism is, too.

Things Seen and Unseen

Image courtesy of Charles Tilford.

There are also things that regular travelers would not see, like the aerial view of the runways. Why do they form a swastika? There are many references to Nazi Germany in the airport.

The gargoyles are named Notre Denver. The two bronze figures are inside bronze suitcases, watching over the east and west baggage claim areas to help ensure safe arrival of baggage, says the Denver Airport official description.

Gargoyles were purportedly placed on buildings to protect the site, but what connection is there between Denver and Notre Dame in Paris, beyond emulation of the famous French gargoyles? Is there a New World Order (NWO) connection?

A dedication stone in the main tower says it was placed by the New World Airport Commission, which isn’t a thing, so many suspect NOW ties. One conspiracy theory states that the NWO burned Notre Dame down as an attack on Christianity. It fits, given over 1,000 French churches were set on fire in 2018 alone. That’s three churches per day! Of course, authorities claim the Notre Dame fire was an accident, as I’m sure it was, despite eyewitnesses hearing explosions inside the church before it began burning. Fire fighting airplanes (hydroplanes) were told to stand down, according to this report, but again, it was just an accident.

But I digress. Back to Denver. The gargoyles have angel wings as well as ram’s horns, and the serpent tail is a nice artistic touch.

Photo provided courtesy of Denver International Airport.

The wall murals by artist Leo Tanguma are supposed to be peaceful, but you be the judge. This number below is titled Children of the World Dream Peace, and frankly it’s terrifying.

Photo courtesy of Denver International Airport.

Do the murals tell a story of future events? Why is the soldier in a Nazi uniform? Why does the rainbow seem to turn into a chemtrail? And why does such a peaceful mural depict killing the dove of peace? Are these murals meant to be prophetic? The artist once said he received instructions for what to put into the paintings, but later refuted that, claiming they are typical Chicano art. I grew up in San Antonio and I never saw any Chicano art like this. Just sayin’. These paintings depict extinct animal and plant species, forests and cities on fire, and a Mayan tablet that professes the end of human civilization. The open caskets containing three dead girls are a clue. One of the girls is holding a Bible and a yellow Juden star, which many decipher as the end of Judeo-Christian beliefs Another clue is the city in a haze (chemtrails? Bioweapons?) Not Chicano. More like a “mostly peaceful protest.” Why is there a depiction of an actual letter written by a 14-year-old Hama Herchenberg who was killed in Auschwitz?

Photo courtesy of Denver International Airport.

In the last mural, the remaining people on Earth are so happy to have far fewer people on the planet. It’s difficult to deny that this depicts Agenda 2030. Some of the animals have human faces. Hello genetic experiments. Once you see it, you can’t unsee it.

There’s so much other weirdness that can’t begin to be described, like this painting below. I’ll leave it up to you to decipher this one. I don’t think this is Chicano art either.

Continuing to Creep Out Travelers

There are many rumors about DIA, like that it houses reptilians in an underground base, a rumor fueled by the fact that 110 million cubic yards of earth were moved (way more than normal). Oh and the large tunnel system for underground trains that are not in use. While we can’t dispel or prove the rumors, one thing is for sure: the art work doesn’t help to comfort anyone. This airport was built in 1995 on 34,000 acres. The existing airport, Stapleton International, was forced to shut down despite having more gates and runways. Quite strange.

DIA was $3 billion over budget, mainly because different contractors were hired to build different parts of the airport, and each one was fired after their jobs were done. This is a classic tactic used historically to ensure no one outside person could piece the whole project together. Just sayin’. Why does the airport have 5,300 miles of fiber optic cable and a fuel system that can pump 1,000 gallons of jet fuel per minute, massive overkill for even the largest international airport.

Attribution: https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=64063610

What’s up with the artwork? Is it accidental art, or was it meticulously planned just like every other airport detail? You be the judge; see it all here for yourself.

How long has satanic symbolism been around us? A long time, and many of us, including me, have simply not noticed. It’s time to be more aware.


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