Saturday, 24 August 2013 09:17
Posted by David Icke
'As a traveler arriving in Denver, the Denver International Airport (DIA) can be a strange landing place. Planes touch down some 26 miles from downtown with the Rocky Mountains out in the distance, and closer, a vision of the odd mountain-like roof canopied over the largest airport in North America. On the perimeter of the runways is a vast prairie space destined for development.
Inside the $4.8 billion airport is a modern concourse connected by expansive underground trains. Past security is the baggage area — once meant to be an iconic automatic system that ultimately failed — where passengers cross paths with a creepy statue of a gargoyle in a suitcase and walk past a series of murals that range in intensity from unnerving to apocalyptically creepy.'