Here’s another wonderful online video from our friend, the eminently-quotable William Tapley, whose devotion to explaining the many “hidden images of paganism” in the art and sculptures at DIA is truly unsurpassed — and appreciated!
However, not everyone buys Tapley’s analysis of phallus-sis. Namely the site Queerty.com, which ridicules him in the blog post Crazy Christian sees Penises all over Denver Airport!
Here’s what they wrote.
This is an online clip of a show that first aired in 2010. But thought I’d repost anyway. Good stuff.
February 13, 2011
Always nice to see a DIA-related rant that adds something new facts, figures and names to the Files rather than the same old tired baloney that’s been bouncing around the internets for ages.
To wit: Here’s a great comment in response to “Jesse Ventura takes on the DIA conspiracy!” from Puppy at 2:23am on 2011/02/12 that connects Denver-centric names like Swanee Hunt, Larry Mizel and Steve Farber to the 2008 Democratic National Convention and the new Denver Justice Center “boondoggle.” Clearly, Puppy has been paying attention:
Yeah, I agree with Jesse. I have trouble believing that Charles Ansbacher helped design DIA, or that he headed the “New World Airport Commission”–or that there even was such a commission. When DIA was being designed, Ansbacher was in Colorado Springs conducting the symphony. He has no background in transportation engineering.
It’s very convenient, now that that Masonic plaque at DIA is being questioned, to have him say he named the “New World Airport Commission” based on Dvorak’s 9th symphony (“From the New World.”) Gets some important people out of a messy situation, people Ansbacher knows well, given that he was married to billionaire heiress Swanee Hunt. She has been a big contributor to Colorado and Denver Democrats, and in this case we are talking about Denver mayors Federico Pena and Wellington Webb.
January 9, 2011
I recently came across a lengthy posting by someone calling themselves Prophetess D titled
“Prophetic warning to Christians; Jews about the New World Order.” The essay-like treatise ties elements of multiple conspiracy theories having to do with the New World Order, Naziism, RFID microchipping, the UN, and a general belief that the global elite will attempt to control the global population through genocide. The author’s argument eventually lands at Denver International Airport with a few new Biblical interpretations and a connection to the famous masonic writer and moralist Albert Pike:
December 7, 2010
I was at the bookstore the other day and came across “Behold a Pale Horse,” published in the late 80’s by William Cooper. Cooper, who was shot to death by Arizona law enforcement in 2001, was well known for a radio show and as a speaker on the UFO circuit.
Though he didn’t mention DIA specifically in Behold a Pale Horse — which, it must be noted, bares a connection to Luis Jiminez’s Mustang controversial sculpture — he does write about many of the same conspiracy themes and topics that now swirl around Denver International Airport, namely the NWO, secret underground military bases, and aliens.
Below, some excerpts.
November 12, 2010
September 21, 2010
September 16, 2010
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.
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.”
Interesting post yesterday on Denver’s Craigslist…
DIA Conspiracy (Denver)
Date: 2010-03-03, 11:39AM MST
What is really going on under the airport you guys got out there? Any workers share their stories? The film 2012 prepared us for the arks you guys are building for the elite? Masonic symbolism? Dying children in your murals? WTF?
OK, this is not something we like to talk about.
The truth is that in the last 3 years, over 2500 workers have disappeared from the Denver area. We have taken these for the Ark Project. Because of the secrecy of the Project, these workers will be eliminated when the Project is finally completed in the spring of 2012. Read the rest of this entry »
January 30, 2010
In a recent episode of his new cable show, Conspiracy Theory, former pro-wrestler-turned-Hollywood-turned-governor-turned-whatever Jesse Ventura gave significant airtime to the “mother of all underground bases,” Denver International Airport. Ventura hits on nearly all the popular themes of the DIA Conspiracy, including the Tanguma murals, the New World Airport Commission and apparent tunnels to NORAD. The DIA Conspiracy has officially hit the big time.