Air & Space, a publication by the Smithsonian Institution, recently wrote about DIA in a multimedia piece about “weird tales about airports and aircraft.” Specifically they magazine looks into the notion that the airport was built atop “ancient indian burial grounds.” Some facts they get right, others not so much.
The following comment arrived today on the 2009 post “DIA and ancient Indian burial grounds” from a man named George Zachystal: HELLO PEOPLE OF GOOD USA, MY NAME IS GEORGE ZACHYSTAL I AM WRITING YOU AS CANADIAN (CZECH BORN) FROM CZECH REPUBLIC WHERE I RESIDE PRESENT TIME BASICALLY IN EXILE DUE TO OUTGOING ELECTRONIC HARRASMENTS […]
In an article that originally appeared in Indian Country, Simon Moya-Smith makes a connection to the Ground Zero mosque 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 […]
Glenn of Denver says he has found a plethora of Masonic symbology connecting the DIA conspiracy to other prominent Denver locations: I just moved to Denver area to be near my kids and while property hunting would chk satilite maps on mapquest to give me a sense of the area. I commented to my daughter […]