Denver International Airport is a major airport located in Denver, Colorado, USA. It is the largest airport in the state of Colorado and the fifth-busiest airport in the United States by passenger traffic. The airport is known for its distinctive design and features, which have led to numerous conspiracy theories and rumors. The airport was built to replace the old Stapleton International Airport, which was closed in 1995.
Construction of the new airport began in 1989, but it faced numerous delays and cost overruns, with the final cost estimated at $4.8 billion. The airport finally opened to the public in 1995. The long construction time and the overbudget raised suspicion in the minds of conspiracy theorists. The conspiracy theorists lead us to believe that something fishy is going on in the construction of the Denver airport, which is the main reason why there were so many design changes, contract disputes, and worker changes.
From doomsday bunkers to Illuminati symbolism, there are many wild conspiracy theories about the DIA (Denver International Airport) that have captured the imaginations of people around the world. In this article, we’ll explore some of the most popular conspiracy theories about the Denver International Airport.
Denver International Airport Was Built By New World Order
The Denver airport has been shrouded in mystery as there are many theories about who built it. For years, there has been a persistent theory surrounding the airport’s construction. This theory contends that the New World Order, a group with alleged ties to Nazism, was responsible for building the airport.
As per this conspiracy theory, the runway of the airport is built in such a way that it resembles a swastika symbol when observed from above. Strange marks on buildings have also been seen, with many people believing they have some connection to the New World Order. According to Mental Floss, many ostensibly mysterious architecture marks are really allusions to the Navajo language or the periodic table of elements. Even so, it smells a little fishy, doesn’t it?
The Giant Blue Horse Sculpture Is A Reference To The Four Horsemen Of The Apocalypse
Blue Mustang, also known as Blucifer, is a 32-foot-tall fiberglass structure designed by artist Luis Jiménez. It is located along Pena Boulevard. The horse sculpture is actually based on the sculpture Mesteo at the University of Oklahoma, but for years, strange things that happened around the sculpture have been used to make up conspiracy theories.
The artist previously said that the red hue was meant to represent the “wild” character of the American West, but many people see the statue’s flashing red eyes as a reference to the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. The fact that Jiménez died two years before the figure was finished because a piece of it fell on him and cut an artery in his leg added to the conspiracy circulating around the horse sculpture.
Headquarters Of The Illuminati Is Located At The Denver International Airport
Along with the belief that the Denver International Airport was built by the new world order, many also believe that there are many unnamed buildings and underground areas on the land that are the illuminati headquarters. The Freemason emblems in a buried time capsule on the site may have inspired this conspiracy idea. The Masons are “linked” to the Illuminati.
The fact that the cost of building the airport ended up being substantially higher than anticipated contributes to the theory’s continued popularity. How did they finally finish the airport? Some think that Illuminati funds were used to complete the DIA’s construction in return for the secret society’s usage of the property. It has been said that the original buildings at DIA were poorly constructed, but rather than having them demolished, the airport buried them and constructed new structures on top, providing the Illuminati with their own “underground hideaway.”
Denver International Airport’s Underground Tunnels Have Bunkers
Some of the most widespread conspiracy theories concerning the airport include the end of the world. According to Reader’s Digest, the airport does have a network of secret tunnels that house anything from a train that connects the terminals to an old automated luggage system. However, a more sinister purpose is suspected for the tunnels. There is speculation that the tunnels lead to subterranean bunkers (perhaps created by Lizard People or aliens) that will provide shelter for the world’s elite after the end of the world.
According to the Denver Post, some hypotheses indicate that the tunnels immediately go to the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD), which is situated just approximately 100 miles south of the airport, in Colorado Springs. Also, conspiracy theorists believe that airports underground tunnels and bunkers are used to store evidence of extraterrestrial life and UFO sightings.
Artwork At The Denver International Airport Reveals Information About the End of the World
In addition to the massive horse monument on Pea Boulevard, DIA’s public art collection has a wide variety of unusual works located around the airport. Alleged Nazi iconography in paintings by artist Leo Tanguma has led some to conclude that the airport has ties to a fascist secret organization, as reported by the Denver Post.
According to the Denver Post, Tanguma’s paintings are really about promoting global harmony and protecting the planet’s natural resources. Despite their encouraging themes, we must agree that the murals are somewhat unsettling to look at. Gargoyle sculptures placed around the airport also have a sense of darkness and scariness about them.
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