The next stop on our journey brought us to that eery plot of land in the middle of the desert known as the Denver International Airport, where we explored the conspiracies hidden within it. Unfortunately, the idea of writing about conspiracy theories is generally an overwhelming thing for me, as there are always a million sources on the internet to convince you in either direction about every single one of them. So in his native tongue, here is Evan to explain to you our experience getting to see the mysteries of this place in person.
I have never flown into the Denver International Airport, but I have now visited it. I have seen many paintings in my life, from all over the world. I've even painted murals myself, well, with help. Nowhere have I seen paintings or murals of this caliber, and with such intense imagery, coincided with what basically boils down to tourism and the travel associated. There are four permanent murals in the Denver Airport which display a very radical change; this is simple and plainly easy to see. The murals are lined up in display as 4, 1, 3, 2, and are not meant to show chronological order. The first is of three women dead, what appear to be an African, a Native American, and a Jewish woman. The fires rage behind them, burning and displacing all of its victims. The next mural shows a storm-trooper slaying the dove of peace with one hand and armed with a machine gun in the other. He is trailed by what appear to be the weeping mothers of their dead children. The next mural consists of the storm-trooper dead and all the children of the earth celebrating the creation of a newfound world; a world without need of all the weapons of their native cultures. The weapons are being forged into something new by a blonde German boy. The last of these murals shows all of children again in harmony with nature, centered by what could be a Christ-like person. I am not even going to tell you what I think… this is your decision. I will hopefully only display the facts, thusly in the above I say "appear" rather than as fact of the matter. Leo Tanguma, a Mayan, is the painter of these murals, and I've not spoken with him to verify any interpretations.
Now before any of these murals could be painted by Leo, the airport had to be constructed. Somehow the New World Airport Commission is to be thanked for its completion on March 19, 1994. Yet there is no New World Airport Commission. It doesn't exist. Okay nevermind that. So construction started and five buildings were erected, but they were apparently no good and buried. So then only four were built this time. Maybe "they" could get it right the second time around. Wait, wasn't there already an airport in Denver? Well they built a new one anyway. So the new airport consisted of four buildings and had less runway space and apparently no new technologies. What is does have over the old airport is a much larger footprint totaling about 53 square miles. And even though these five buildings were buried, there is still, essentially, a massive man-made mountain nearby. How much dirt had to come out of the earth to create such a massive amount of excavated debris? It is said that now all five of the underground buildings are connected by huge tunnels with sprinkler systems to extinguish any and all fires in this sheer rock tunnel system.
Now in the middle of the main concourse on, I believe, the west side, there is a capstone. It reads "The time capsule beneath this stone contains messages and memorabilia to the peoples of Colorado in 2094" This dedication was created by the Free Masons of Colorado. The Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge F. & A.M. of Colorado and Jurisdiction, GrandMaster Claude W. Gray Sr., as well as the The Most Worshipful Grand Lodge A.F. & A.M of Colorado, GrandMaster Benjamin H. Bell Jr.. So unless the contractors brought in to do this work were all legitimate Masons with the most high of stone carving skills, then I think this strange.
So all in all I say to you in the words of Lavar Burton of Reading Rainbow "You don't have to take my words for it" So check it out for yourself.