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Denver airport gargoyle suitcase is key to survival?
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 792133:MV85NjQ2NTJfMTUwNDkwNzJfNkVCMkNCQzg=] [quote:Anonymous Coward 757542] They could be chimeras, not gargolyes. If they are chimeras, then the meaning could be: Be careful(protect) the genes or genetic material. Jesse Shawyer, the founder of Samsonite, was a biblicist. As such, he may have believed if there was one sin above another which called for the destruction of the race by the flood, it was the base crime of amalgamation of man and beast which defaced the image of God, and caused confusion everywhere. Therefore, the flood, the destruction was a direct result of "amalgamation" or genetic engineering. Whether it is a warning, or an art form created to represent a particular view, celebrate that view, or promote that view, or perhaps to mock that view, I couldn't say. So, it may be a key to survivial. And I could be way off base entirely. [/quote] Not to mention that Samsonite & founder are Denver based. [/quote]
tonight's episode of conspiracy theory said the illuminati are looking for perceptive people who can figure out the clues which were placed at the denver airport, specifically that statue of the gargoyle suitcase.
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