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Page 2: That Weird-ass Mural..The Dead Women

DIA at dawn

I've told people I know who are going to DIA to be sure to check this artwork out. They come back and say, "That mural was bizarre as hell. So was the airport. It gave me the creeps". It's a beautiful airport, which is the shame of it (for $5 billion it better be...). It's full of Native American art and cultural symbology, and is bright and sunny. This mural I'm speaking of stretched over four huge walls, each wall being a different part of the same story. No matter what country you came from or what your age, the visions and messages in the mural (or most art) can be conveyed and understood. I've named the four walls, in the order in which they appeared: 1} The Dead Women in Coffins Mural; 2} The Dead Babies and General Skeletor Mural; 3} Happy Happy Joy Joy and 4} Jesus and the Holy Thingamabob.
What?! you're saying? Why, that's horrible! Yes, but it's accurate. But we'll start out doing it your way. Except I have to add here that since this bunch o' DIA pages were put online here, it seems all but two of the walls have been painted over by nicer artwork. Not that I'm saying I had a thing to do with it; maybe there were enough comments to Whomever that it got to be a bit embarrassing, seeing how people reacted. The reasoning was that the artwork in the airport is simply rotated or refreshed from time to time so new artists can be shown.
Yuh-huh. This is what the DIA web site says about the first wall of the mural, titled:

"Children of the world dream of peace in "Peace and Harmony with Nature"

Artist: Leo Tanguma

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: "The Children of the World Dream of Peace" is a powerful mural expressing the artist's desire to abolish violence in society. One part of the diptych exhibits the tragedy and devastation of war and its impact on humanity. The mural then moves to images of smiling children dressed in folk costumes from around the world celebrating peace prevailing over war. "In Peace and Harmony with Nature" addresses environmental issues of the world. One side of the mural shows children pouring out great sadness over the destruction and extinction of life - human, flora and fauna. Images within the mural include several local area children who were victims of violence. The other part depicts humanity coming together to rehabilitate and celebrate nature and its diversity.

ARTIST BIO: Leo Tanguma is a Chicano artist-activist who has created murals throughout the country, generally with the help of local students and volunteers. His innate social consciousness characterizes his vision as a human being and guides him as an artist.

ARTIST QUOTE: "My mission is to emphasize human dignity in all people, preserve the heritage of Chicanos, and most importantly, to stress the ideals of love, respect and justice".
Sounds warm and fuzzy, and somewhat huh? Until you take a good look at this thing, it's quite horrifying. What hit me was that the Denver site now features two parts/walls to this mural when in fact, as I mentioned above, there were four. It seems that two have been painted over ::poof!::: and part of one's been removed yet the message or the mural doesn't seem to suffer at all having half it's body missing. You also have to wonder how someone would get such a violent, politically motivated piece of artwork into the DIA when there had to be thousands of artists applying to to get their work featured here. And if you go by what Leo the Artist says, he didn't have anything to do with it; he was just hired to paint what was given to him. Which would then make sense because I can't think of too many artists that would spend the time and creativity on a massive work and let half of it be destroyed.

Alex Christopher (remember the guy from the previous page?) continues:

AC: I say that that they (the murals) are about what they plan to do to us, and the world as a whole, not what has happened or some fantasy. One of them that is very unusual has three caskets with dead people in them...
DA: That's part of the ritual connected with the Skull & Bones Club.

(The Skull and Bones Club was formed at Yale University in 1856 and is very, very exclusive. Only 15 people are hand picked each year to join and go through the initiation rites. President Bush I and President Bush II are members. Up until 1990 only influential, rich males were invited to join and oh...it's pretty much that way in spite of the "changes". They have an air tight network among themselves. The Club exists only to promote the agenda of those in it and to help place the each other into positions to do so.)

AC: Yes. There are evidently three groups of people that they would like to see dead. The first casket has what the artist told me was a Jewish-American child, a little girl, and she has the "star" on her clothes and a little Bible and a locket...
DA: Jewish lineage is passed through the female...
AC: Yes. Well, all these caskets depict women who are dead. Then, in the center casket there is depicted a Native American woman, and the last casket has a black woman in it. Now, normally I would not have thought too much about these murals if I had not done a lot of research. Even in the government documents I have run across gene-splicing discussions on how they would like to splice out specific races, and also whoever these people are do not like the Jewish people. This is just one of the murals, and these murals are huge. This same mural depicts the destruction of a city and the forest......and there is a little girl holding a Mayan tablet that speaks of the destruction of civilization.

girl Native American African
click each woman
for larger pic

Mayan tablet

Burning city..
(there's something
interesting about
this later..)
Was there any truth in the statement that the murals show what they are going to do to us? If so, is the fact the burning city is gone signal that it's been Mission Accomplished? I hope it's just my imagination seeing two towers in that city. Sure, maybe they're being Sensitive and thought that particular scene would upset people but this mural has been upsetting people since it went up and that didn't make them remove anything. (I doubt many people like seeing a dead kid in a coffin or the racist and anti-religious tone of this thing. Oh I forgot, it's "Peace and Harmony". My bad).

AC: When I first tried to contact the artist and talk to him about these murals, he told me that he was given guidelines on what to paint and put in the murals. When I showed up in his studio, I asked to see the guidelines for the last two murals he was working on, he suddenly went "brain dead" and said "of course, there are no guidelines." It took myself and two other people over eight months to figure out all the symbology that is embodied in these murals. It turned out that some of these are "trigger" pictures, containing symbology designed to trigger altered personalities of people that have been groomed in MKULTRA type programs for specific tasks that they have been trained to do in terms of something connected with Satanic rituals and mind control. I had one woman that called me out of the blue one night, and she was really disturbed about some information. She told me many different things that later turned out to be known MKULTRA triggers. Also, almost every aspect of these murals contains symbols relating back to secret societies. When you get the overall view of what they are talking about in these things, it is very very scary. It goes back to the Biodiversity Treaty, getting rid of specific races of people, taking over the world and mind control.

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more reading:
Mind Control Triggers - http://educate-yourself.org/nwo/

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