The term “conspiracy theory” carries with it a serious weight that should not be used lightly without either being aware of its significance or looking at the possibilities it carries with it. And with that in mind, it’s safe to say that there have been several theories surrounding the Denver Airport that have to deal with a conspiracy with implications many say have a serious effect on all mankind. But is the airport a massive conspiracy with the intention of revealing to a select few a horrible future? Or is it simply a public relations nightmare?
After researching the airport itself along with the murals and the masonic influence, many have come to the conclusion that the airport is a suspected sinister launching point for a sort of New World Order. Still others have come to the conclusion that it is simply a series of coincidences. So with so many people weighing in their conspiracy theories, it seems only natural to speculate on more possibilities of what the Denver Airport could be. And in this scenario, the original builders are intending not to end the world, but preserve it in the event of a nightmarish nuclear holocaust.
Denver Airport is surrounded on all sides with mountains making it an excellent windbreak. After examining the wind patterns on countless fallout distribution maps, one can come to the conclusion that this would be one of very few locations that would enjoy relative safety in the event of a nuclear war scenario. This makes it an ideal refuge for survivors from all over the world to escape impending nuclear attack. Many have suggested the massive airport was designed so that victims of this new world order could be carted to a facility and silenced permanently, but it is not so geographically isolated that it would be the most logical choice for such a scenario. Additionally, the cost of jet fuel would make such a scenario incredibly illogical.
Instead, the Denver Airport seems a geographically protected area. There are two further pieces of evidence that seem to suggest this. First, the buildings originally built in the area were left intact rather than torn down after the innitial construction proved to be “flawed.” After a considerable amount of soil and rock was reinforced around and on top of these facilities, new ones were built on top of them. The original space was officially used as “storage.” Indeed, such spaces would be able to facilitate hundreds of survivors arriving at the airport all at once in the final moments before nuclear attack. And given the capacity of the airport, a massive influx of survivors could arrive simultaneously and go through decontamination quickly (assuming the proper facilities had been constructed) and help to rebuild the world after the smoke cleared.
Furthermore, the murals which have been a subject of serious speculation by several groups appear not to glorify violence, but rather glorify the perseverence of the oppressed of all nations with the intention of surviving a disastrous scenario. The murals do not depict the gas mask wearing figure being destroyed by the peace loving individuals who celebrate rebirth in the final picture, but rather depict two doves perched on the oppressive image’s prone form while a child uses the tools once used for destruction to build for a better future. It seems logical to suggest that the figure in the previous images that once oppressed the peaceful has collapsed under the weight of its own violent nature while those who survive it act to build a positive peace loving world.
Is this any less of a conspiracy theory than any of the others? Absolutely not. But after extensive research in the various aspects of the Denver Airport’s anomalous features, it seems a serious possibility that it would serve as the perfect haven for a group wishing to ensure the survival and betterment of the human race. It should be noted also that an alternative conspiracy theory is not refuted by a different and less comfortable one. But there is no doubt that there is a mystery to the airport that will leave many perplexed for a long time.