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Denver airport gargoyle suitcase is key to survival?
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[quote:anonimalle:MV85NjQ2NTJfMjM2MzE2MTFfRTlGRTY0N0Q=] [quote:Anonymous Coward 926633] The DIA is a sinister site. Vigilant Citizen has a great article on it. http://vigilantcitizen.com/sinistersites/sinister-sites-the-denver-international-airport/ [/quote] That site brought up the fact of the German connections at the airport. Someone on page 3 of this forum found this. "Samsonite is a silver manganese antimony sulfosalt mineral with formula Ag4MnSb2S6. It crystallizes in the monoclinic crystal system with a typical slender radiating prismatic habit. It is metallic black to steel black with no cleavage and a brittle to conchoidal fracture. In thin fragments it appears reddish brown in transmitted light and also leaves a red streak. It is soft, Mohs hardness of 2.5, and has a specific gravity of 5.51. It was first described in 1910 for an occurrence in the Samson Vein of the Sankt Andreasberg silver mines, Harz Mountains, [b]Germany[/b]." [/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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