An apocalyptic horse with glowing red eyes welcoming visitors? Check.
Nightmarish murals? Check.
Strange words and symbols embedded in the floor? Check.
Gargoyles sitting in suitcases? Check.
Runways shaped like a Nazi swastika? Check.
OK, this place is evil.
But seriously, there are so many irregularities surrounding the DIA, that a voluminous book could be written on the subject. The facilities and the art displayed lead many observers to believe that the DIA is much more than an airport: it is literally a New-Age cathedral, full of occult symbolism and references to secret societies. The art at the DIA is NOT an aggregation of odd choices made by people with poor taste, like many people think. It is a cohesive collection of symbolic pieces that reflect the philosophy, the beliefs and the goals of the global elite. The DIA is the largest airport in America and it has cost over 4.8 billion dollars. Everything regarding this airport has been meticulously planned and everything is there for a reason.
You will not believe the freaky murals there (amongst other oddities)...
So what do you think? I've never been there, but my interest is piqued.
In searching around the interwebz I see Daystar is all over this topic. I this the same Daystar as we have at TMFR? I'm guessing yes.
I haven't studied this much, but it seems factual information is scarce. When I first stumbled on to this a couple years ago I was literally shocked. I have never seen such a bizarre decorative theme in any public building. As you said, it's too much to be accidental.