Denver International Airport’s New Ad Campaign Pokes Fun At ‘Conspiracy Theories’

In many ways, utilizing occult or Illuminati symbolism here in 2018 has become quite trendy. Whether it be intentional, as per ‘rules of the Illuminati,’ to gain the consent of the masses, or whether it is entirely a pop culture/trendy display that is innocent and unassuming, it’s common.

When I say ‘the rules of the Illuminati,’ I’m referring to what has been called their religion or set of guidelines they believe they must follow. Given that their actions would be imposing on the free will of global citizens, having to disclose what they are doing to humanity to gain permission, or consent, from them is precisely why they use so much symbolism and ritual in the public eye. Further, since it is their religion, they attempt to make it popular and trendy. We see this today with the rise of pop-y and trendy witch culture for example. Symbolism that primarily is seen in their rituals or satanic beliefs, are also found in this new and trendy culture. From music videos and films to advertising & marketing, there are plenty of examples of the masses ‘consenting’ to symbolism and such in plain sight.

Now let’s begin to look at what Denver airport has done. As a quick backstory, Denver airport has always been suspected as having many elite/deep state and occult links, and for good reason which we will get into below.

On Sept 4th 2018, Denver International Airport (DIA) tweeted something that is either a genius marketing ploy or a ‘hidden in plain sight’ scenario: Gift Card i... Buy New $25.00 (as of 06:10 UTC - Details) If you’re unfamiliar with the lore surrounding DIA, its secret underground tunnels or even its art, let me catch you up to speed on the ‘conspiracies.’

Behold A Pale Blue Horse

Okay, so it’s a bit more cobalt blue in this case, but hear me out..

Just outside of the airport stands an apocalypse-related horse statue which many claim is the demon horse Blucifer which has come to represent death, destruction, and deluded debates. Oddly enough, prior to its unveiling, a portion of this 9,000 pound sculpture fell on its creator and severed an artery in his leg leaving him dead and in turn having locals and tourists believe it is cursed as the overall energy has left many feeling uneasy.

The 32-foot-tall “Mustang” demon horse statue (popularly known as Blucifer) rears up by the road leading to Denver International Airport

On the note of art and display at the airport, it is important we highlight a major attraction for ‘conspiracy theorists’ and reasons for speculation.  One of the many eerie murals (which as a whole is even more disturbing) displayed at DIA is here below. As per review, it is highlighting genocide, ecocide, war, mass murder and eluding to the New World Order.

Again if we follow the rules of the Illuminati as outlined above, they typically put out their intentions as a display to the public to gain consent. Again, why do this? This is their RELIGIOUS like belief.

The mural “Children of the World Dream of Peace” by Artist Leo Tanguma features some violent imagery filled with apocalyptic symbolism.

As you can see the mainstream media has given their commentary on the subject:

“After years of speculation by conspiracy theorists, officials at the Denver International Airport in Colorado have finally admitted that something’s going on.

DIA, as it’s known, is one of the biggest airport in the world, with just under 53 square miles (13,726 hectares) of developed airport space. That space has loads of restricted areas (it’s an airport after all), underground tunnels and some weird, or even disturbing, art— including a giant blue fiberglass mustang statue with orange glowing eyes.

It’s all very suspicious to some people, who are convinced the airport is part of a plot by the Freemasons, or the Illuminati, or a colony of lizard people.

The airport is doing a $650 to $770 million renovation to its Great Hall and has put up temporary walls to hide the mess (or at least that’s what they want you to think). They decided to have some fun with the rumors.” – CNN

The airport has now created the “Den Files” website that highlights some of the wildest theories that date back to the very beginning of DIA’s history. The Den Files state that the airport was dedicated on March 19, 1994, and if you add the numbers 1+9+1+9+9+4 you get 33.. the highest level that one can obtain in the Freemasonry.

On one side I began to feel that ‘they know we know’ as the cryptic messages on the signs that are now plastered across the airport publicly displayed and that this is solely damage control to have us think we’ve been nuts all along to assume anything but flights are taking place here.

These new ad campaign signs allude to so-called “conspiracy theory” topics such as aliens, UFOs, CERN, Freemasonry, Illuminati, underground tunnels, and even reptilians in disguise.

With all of the Illuminati and freemason mentions, you could say that this is trolling at its highest degree (no pun intended).

What could be the reason and intention for such advertising beyond having the masses view these theories as laughable and become disregarded and turned the blind eye to? I’ll let you decipher and explore.

Reprinted with permission from Collective Evolution.