The Denver International Airport is a strange conglomeration of anomalies and underground tunnels. One of the first sign that there’s something strange afoot a DIA is the system of grotesque murals and sculptures situated around the airport that contain images of depressing content like dead children, women carrying dead babies, the destruction of cities and forests, poisonous plants, dead animals and oppressive soldiers, all depicting scenes of negative portent with ominous tones. According to symbologists, many of these works of “art” and gargoyles are comprised of Masonic imagery and symbols of secret societies that supposedly trigger certain kinds of thoughts and emotions.
Then there’s the dedication capstone with Masonic symbols and endorsed by the New World Airport Authority, and organization that can’t be contacted and doesn’t seem to exist, but carries the moniker of the “New World,” which is very close to the New World Order, the pinnacle of world domination ideology. The stone has been placed in the part of the airport called the “Great Hall,” another Masonic reference to their meeting halls. The stone is equipped with a keypad with strange unidentifiable symbols and the words inlayed in the over budgeted marble floor in front of it; “DZIT DIT GAII.”
The Denver Airport, built in 1995 on 34,000 acres or 53 square miles, twice the size of Manhattan and designed in the shape of a swastika, does not have as many gates and runways as the old Stapleton Airport had and has incorporated more acreage than an airport could possibly use. The original estimated cost of the airport was $1.7 B, but eventually construction drove the bill up to $4.8B, almost three times the original estimate, not to mention the fact that it is located in a “high wind area” unlike the original Stapleton.
The Denver airport contains 5,300 miles of fiber optic cable, enough to stretch from New York City to Buenos Aires, Argentina, with an addition of 11,365 miles of copper communication cable. Who are they communicating with is the obvious question? And then there are the 28 miles of pipe; excessive? The floor is composed of marble shipped from all over the world to an already over budgeted project. The roof is composed of a Teflon coated material that reflects 90% of the sunlight and resists radar penetration and can hide human heat signatures. Then there’s the 19 miles of underground tracks, when a couple of miles of above ground tracks would have easily carried passengers from one concourse to another.
According to Phil Schneider, one of the original engineers on the project who supposedly strangled himself with a tourniquet, there is a 4.5 square mile city and an 88.5 square mile military base under the airport that goes 8 levels deep. For 17 years, Schneider designed miles of underground concrete tunnels, sealed on the ends with massive steel doors, wide enough for a two-lane highways with sprinklers running across the ceiling every two feet.
Over a third of the dirt that was removed for the construction of the Panama Canal was removed from underneath the Denver Airport. One of the passages connects the 5 buildings that were buried because of a supposed “mistake” to concourse C. According to airport officials, “They were built in the wrong place.” But where was the right place? There is still no sign of 5 buildings on the property anywhere; five buildings that range from 78ft to 150 feet tall. Also, near the area of the 5 buried buildings is a high tech runway still buried under inches of topsoil. The 40 ft. diameter shaft connecting to Concourse C was totally off limits to work crews. According to “unofficial sources,” crew members that have been contacted for statements have refused to make any but the interviewer could not help but notice their immediate nervousness by the question.
Outside the airport, strange magnetic anomalies have been documented that, because there is nothing on the surface in those areas, could only be coming from some underground electromagnetic source. According to Schneider, there are acres of unused, underground areas fenced off with chain link fences and barbed wire facing inward, obviously to detain someone or something. One of the tunnel areas is off limits to anyone not wearing a biological suit.
Outside the airport there are three structures that can be seen from the air that appear to be nuclear reactors but which officials have stated are part of a ventilation system and one can only ask, to where?
Could this be an underground military base or even, dare I suggest an extraterrestrial base? Even today, there are huge piles of dirt being excavated from the area around the airport and large tunnel sections are sitting, waiting to be deployed somewhere.
Schneider estimates that over his 17 years of employment, the government has spent at least $1.02T on these underground projects. Over 130 of these have been secretly constructed in the United States and almost 1,500 worldwide and he states that many of these bases are connected by a Mach 2 train system that society has yet to see. According to other “unofficial sources,” unofficial because people are scared to speak out, the United States government has been building underground bases from coast to coast called “Black Projects” using a “Black Budget,” money that does not show up anywhere and is spent in secret but is being drained from the American people. To quote Schneider, “If we’re going to gain our country back, public officials must tell us the truth or we’ll impeach them.”
Phil Schneider: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_7MQp8-SjjA
EuB, JuB & PudBS: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gROTdpI1wW4