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Denver airport gargoyle suitcase is key to survival?
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[quote:mr...bojangles:MV85NjQ2NTJfMTUwODUzNzBfRERDNDYwNA==] [quote:TheCuriousGoo] Has anyone noticed that one of the Gargoyles nose is in the shape of the Fleur-de-Lis .... I am very used to seeing the French Fleur-De-Lis because I live in Louisiana and noticed this right away. Art is my living and there is no artist in the world that would have made that simply "by chance"... it is a clue. The Fleur-de-lis is a stylized design often used in heraldry or as a political symbol. It is also the symbol of France. I find all this facinating since it loosely ties in with a book I have been researching and writing for over a year. I noticed when I moved to Baton Rouge, La that the capital building had an enormous amount of NWO symbolism. I also noticed a huge statue of Christopher Columbus downtown Baton Rouge holding a masonic symbol. What is the deal with all the symbolism in Baton Rouge, does anyone know? [/quote] the masons are from france... [/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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