I just came upon this amazing 2-part  video series featuring DIA mural analysis by William Tapley, a man from New York state who also goes by the title “Third Eagle of the Apocalypes and Co-Prophet of the End Times.” On Youtube at least.

What makes them so amazing? Well aside from the great Science 101 aesthetic of his presentation, Tapley introduces several entirely original mural  interpretations into the DIA Conspiracy lexicon, albeit of a decidedly doomsday Christian bent.

Part 1: “Denver Airport Murals: Prophecies of Satan!”

In this video, Tapley argues that the masked soldier in the 2nd panel of Tanguma mural “All the Children of the World Dream of Peace” has used his sword to slice through buildings that actually represent the twin World Trade Center towers toppled in a terrorist attack on 9.11. Given that the murals were painted in the early-’90s, Tapley reasons that this is one of the many ways that Tanguma is  has served as a quiet prophet for the end times. Tapley also analyzes two other paintings housed at DIA that have never before been introduced under the conspiracy umbrella.

Part 2: Denver Murals Are Hidden Warnings To Barack Obama
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DIA capstone

Charles Ansbacher, the man who coined the name of the New World Airport Commission listed on the Masonic capstone in DIA’s great hall, passed away Sunday night. He was also instrumental in creating the airport’s enormous art program, which commissioned works such as the Tanguma murals and the Mustang.

According to this article from the Colorado Springs Gazette:

Ansbacher left Colorado Springs in 1988 to serve as director of the New Airport Art Program, a $7.5 million art initiative incorporating 30 art projects into Denver International Airport’s architecture, landscaping and interior design.

“This is … the largest, most comprehensive public art project of any airport on earth,” Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper told the Cambridge Chronicle. “It’s certainly the most provocative, the most transformational. … Ansbacher has enriched every place he has been by his own vision and his willingness to give of himself back to the community.”

Touches on the Mustang, Tanguma murals — as well as some of the other Navajo murals at DIA for the first time. Also, some interesting new interpretations of the gargoyle sculptures: “Samsonite is an anagram for ‘Mason site’.” Also Pena Boulevard looks like a big penis.

New video spotted on Youtube. Nothing new here, particularly since most of the images are random web grabs that have nothing to do with DIA. Still worth a peek though.

Photo: DIA’s new robocops

September 6, 2010

Spotted at DIA this week:

In an article that originally appeared in Indian Country, Simon Moya-Smith makes a connection to the Ground Zero mosque

Simon Moya-Smith

controversy and the secret indian burial grounds that DIA was built upon (a topic this blog has touched upon before.)

Albeit, if the voices of protest aren’t speaking loudly enough, the spirits most certainly are. Pass through any one of the concourses at DIA — especially Terminal A — and one will detect the subtle, familiar sounds of American Indian flute. The high harmonies play on a continual loop, serenading frequent fliers from camouflaged speakers behind glass cases displaying old Indian trinkets and blouses.

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