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Denver International Airport Is A Supposed Hotbed Of Satanic And Illuminati Activity

Updated June 14, 2019 7.3k votes 1.5k voters 107.2k views12 items

List RulesVote up the theories that make you really second guess your next trip to Denver.

You might think the Denver International Airport is a fun place to visit on your next trip to Colorado. But it's also the place where a lot of weird things (might) be happening - some of which are tied to conspiracy theories. Denver airport conspiracy theories range from being a site of an Illuminati led plot against the world to a satanic effort to get people to look at phallic symbols. Strange happenings at the Denver International Airport (DIA), including military planes flying overhead to comets passing by, give "proof" of the various conspiracies that surround the airport.

However, the main conspiracy seems to be the one that suggests that DIA isn't just a black hole where travelers' luggage disappears never to be seen again. Some conspiracy theorists look at the big picture and want the "sheeple" to open their eyes with the following theories.

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    Denver Airport Could Be Used For Continuation Of Government Operations In Case Of A Catastrophic Nuclear Disaster

    The United States has contingencies for what to do if the country is struck by nukes, whether from Russia, North Korea, extremists, or any other nuclear power. Allegedly, the Denver International Airport has facilities to help maintain the continuity of government should such a strike occur.

    The evidence pointing to this lies in the strange tunnels. They also point to the fact that the project was massively over budget and used multiple contractors to obscure the true nature of the construction. Some conspiracy theorists even say there's a city-sized structure under the airport. 

    Is this plausible?
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    The Denver Airport And Chemtrails Are A Double Super Conspiracy

    In November 2016, a Navy aircraft flew above Denver for hours. It was later speculated that the plane was a "doomsday" aircraft tasked with communicating with nuclear submarines to launch missiles should the US come under bombardment.

    As if flying that close to the Denver airport wasn't weird enough, conspiracy theorists noted the plane seemed to be spraying chemtrails as it passed overhead. 

    Is this plausible?
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    The Blue Murder Horse Sculpture Is A Satanic Symbol And A Sign Of The Apocalypse

    The horse is an iconic symbol for Denver - it's even the mascot for the city's NFL, the Denver Broncos. However, the horse sculpture in front of Denver International Airport is a different breed all together. The sculpture is blue, 32 feet tall, and features a pair of enraged red eyes as it welcomes visitors to the airport. Before it was even installed at the airport, a massive chunk of it fell off and landed on the sculptor who designed the bucking bronco, landing on his leg and severing an artery, ending him. 

    Bluecifer, as the sculpture is known, may be a symbol of the airport as a part of the end of the world, after all the apocalypse was signaled by the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. Those who think there are aliens living under the airport have certainly noticed. 

    Is this plausible?
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    There's Lots Of Phallic And Satanic Imagery In The Airport

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    According to William Tapley, a man who believes he is the Third Eagle of the Apocalypse and the co-prophet of the end times, the Denver International Airport is filled with art depicting phallic and satanic imagery. This is mostly in the murals, which include phallic-shaped extinct penguins. The blue horse also has several phallic symbols on the tail, mane, and is rearing up to show off its genitals.  

    While several conspiracy theorists noted the runways of the airport are shaped like a swastika, the co-prophet of the end times notes the baggage handling area is shaped like a phallic symbol. He notes that phallic worship is satanic, evil, and can only be defeated by the cross.  

    Is this plausible?