PICS: Is this creepy airport the secret HQ of the Illuminati?

2019-02-27 15:00 - Ethan Van Diemen
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An underground city for the elite when the bombs drop. A place where satanic rituals are performed. A massive underground military base where the aliens are held - the real Area 52. A Freemason meeting place.

There are so many crazy conspiracy theories coming out of Denver thanks to its massive eponymous international airport. It is the largest airport in North America and is almost twice the size of the second largest. It is more than one and a half times the size of Manhattan and its size is only matched by its ability to bring out the craziest theories from the dark corners of the internet.

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While we cannot independently confirm that it is the home of the Annunaki or lizard people from underground, the following seemingly creepy facts are undisputed: 

  • Symbols and words in regards to the Free Masons include a capstone with the words "New World Airport Commission" which can be found in the 'Great Hall' (a term often used in Freemasonry) of the airport.

  • There are strange symbols and words embedded in the floors that have no explanation. 

Our conclusion?

Perhaps the Denver International Airport is merely an aggregation of odd design choices made by people with questionable taste - or is it evidence of something sinister or rigmarolic? 

We may never know. What we do know is that the folk over at Denver International Airport are well aware of the rumours and theories floating around in the dark corners of the internet and have taken this in their stride. They've had something of a campaign that, in a tongue-in-cheek way, directly addresses the rumours and conspiracies while also informing the public at large of some of the developments happening at the airport.

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Check it out below. 

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