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Denver airport gargoyle suitcase is key to survival?

 
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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, Germany.


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Everyone's after the ultimate weapon --"nanomites" contained in a suitcase (Samsonite?) that can burst into clouds of what look like bad-ass termites that devour everything in sight in disaster scenes that look like they were recycled from "The Mummy." That movie and this one share a director, Stephen Sommers, who also inexplicably places the Joes' HQ beneath the Great Pyramids (hell, sand worked before), uses the guy who played the Mummy as a baddie named Zartan, and even dusts off Brendan Fraser, who pops up in the Joes' training center but has nothing to do but watch G.I. Joe for five minutes. Which is about how long most viewers are going to be able to stand it. Ana goes to much effort to steal back the nanomite Samsonite for her boss, a Scottish arms dealer, even though he's the guy who made the thing in the first place. He also keeps forgetting to check whether his baby's LoJack is on and giving away his position.








Samsonite owes its start to Colorado native Jesse Shwayder. After growing up in the American West during the late 1800s, Shwayder was working in New York as a salesman for the Seward Trunk and Bag Company by his mid-20s. He was making a lot of money, but he missed Colorado and longed to pursue his dream of starting his own business. Thus, Shwayder quit his job when he was 28 and moved back to Denver. Shortly thereafter, on March 10, 1910, he founded the Shwayder Trunk Manufacturing Company with his life's savings of $3,500. With a work force of 10 men, Shwayder began manufacturing what were known as suitcases in a 50-by-125-foot room that he had rented in downtown Denver. The management philosophy he adopted to guide the firm from day one, according to company annals, was the Golden Rule ("Do unto others ..."), to which Shwayder adhered tenaciously.


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Shwayder Trunk revenues rocketed to $300,000 by 1924. In that year, the brothers moved their operation into a gleaming new 80,000-square-foot factory in south Denver; that plant was gradually expanded to include a total of 500,000 square feet. The plant was organized to operate on an assembly-line basis, and even incorporated a state-of-the art conveyor system to transport products and materials in the plant. The company boasted in its literature that it built suitcases the same way that Ford built automobiles.
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Published: 9:26PM BST 30 May 2009
Samsonite bags debt- for-equity rescue deal
The world's biggest luggage maker, Samsonite, has agreed an eleventh hour rescue with its private equity owners CVC that will see lender Royal Bank of Scotland take a majority stake in the business. The British taxpayer is about to become part-owner of Samsonite

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what about the AU AG letters engraved on the floor of the airport
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what about the AU AG letters engraved on the floor of the airport
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what do the gargoyles symbolize? if its good then we need to find out what it actually is to save lives!
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D


and


R

could be initials.




David


R???


There are at least two surnames crossing my mind....



The gargoyles could be copies. We will have to find the originals. WHERE are they (if they are copies)?
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D and R?

David Rockefeller?
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more photos of the Gargoyle and Suitcase
1. [link to farm1.static.flickr.com]

2. [link to farm4.static.flickr.com]

Human-Gargoyle Hybrid ?!?
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Human Gargoyle ?!?
[link to www.comicmonsters.com]

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TWO D Rs


One could be


David Rockefeller



The other



David de Rothshild


Just a guess.


Or the D and R have to be mixed up with SAMSONITE somehow.
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D and R?

David Rockefeller?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 521573

Gargoyles supposedly protect us. it has to equate to someone or thing who will protect us. is Rockefeller gargoyle like? would he protect or save us?
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break the code and unlock the protector.
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D and R?

David Rockefeller?

Gargoyles supposedly protect us. it has to equate to someone or thing who will protect us. is Rockefeller gargoyle like? would he protect or save us?
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Protect US? Who says they are supposed to protect US. Their purpose might be the protection of the airport (and the underground bases) as well. Or the protection of the 'ownwers' of these suitcases.


Also, the bird looks bored and tired while the second gargoyle seems to be spiteful.
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I know what the Suitcase is.

As soon as I saw it I thought "Nuclear Football"


You guys know what that is right ?


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D and R?

David Rockefeller?

Gargoyles supposedly protect us. it has to equate to someone or thing who will protect us. is Rockefeller gargoyle like? would he protect or save us?



Protect US? Who says they are supposed to protect US. Their purpose might be the protection of the airport (and the underground bases) as well. Or the protection of the 'ownwers' of these suitcases.


Also, the bird looks bored and tired while the second gargoyle seems to be spiteful.
 Quoting: anonymous coward 864665

if we the people can take possesion of the briefcase then they would protect us. we need to figure out what it is we are looking for and those letters and the gargoyles are the clues
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Here's the real key to survival-it's the Hall of Records.

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maybe the creator of the gargoyles statues can tell us what the letters mean
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there was a puzzle just like this in one of the resident evil video games or was it silent hill? I will check on..
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Masonic Abbrviations:

"Before proceeding to give a list of the principal abbreviations, it may be observed that the doubling of a letter is intended to express the plural of that word of which the single letter is the abbreviation."

Could lead in the wrong direction tho, depending on the nature of the code.

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The gargoyles could be copies. We will have to find the originals. WHERE are they (if they are copies)?
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The one kinda reminds me of "the thinker" Gargoyle of Notre dame....

[link to www.simonho.org]
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The non-birdlike gargoyle looks as if to have been hiding his face. A game of peek-a-boo perhaps? This ties in with the lyrics from Black Hole Sun nicely.

In my eyes, indisposed,
In disguise, as no one knows
Hides the face, Lies
The snake, the Sun
In my disgrace...

Last Edited by <Path> on 01/15/2010 07:15 AM
The dreamer and the dream
One awakens inside the other
To rediscover itself once again
Have you hugged yourself today?
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The gargoyles could be copies. We will have to find the originals. WHERE are they (if they are copies)?


The one kinda reminds me of "the thinker" Gargoyle of Notre dame....

[link to www.simonho.org]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 844561

nice find!
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The passwords to get in are

alone

Home Alone
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The non-birdlike gargoyle looks as if to have been hiding his face. A game of peek-a-boo perhaps? This ties in with the lyrics from Black Hole Sun nicely.

In my eyes, in disposed,
In disguise as no one knows
Hides the face, Lies
The snake, the Sun
In my disgrace
 Quoting: Path_No_Logical_Ire

nice research. you might be on to something.
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what about the AU AG letters engraved on the floor of the airport
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gold + silver bro
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I know Queen Elizabeth has vast land holding in Colorado, and Kentucky, but I had read somewhere and I'm sure you could Google this....but I had read that she owned the property that the Denver Airport sits on.

Is that significant? Seems like it would be.
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:denvcap: cap
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I wonder if the date 2094 that is on this granite slab is important? To the people of Colorado in 2094...
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Please take another look at the photos, the locks on both suitcases are all open. The one Right lock is albeit not as fully open as the others, but it is open and casts a shadow.

My vote is D-R stands for "Deutschland Republic, and along with all of the other Germanic and Nazi symbolism used in the murals it stands for the "Pandora's Box" we brought on ourselves with the wholesale importation of Naziism into our country packed in the suitcases of all the WWII scientists briought here under Operation Paperclip.

The key here is the "Gargoyle" is the letter G in GDR, stands for German Democratic Republic.

East Germany, was the informal Western name for the Deutsche Demokratische Republik (German Democratic Republic, GDR), the socialist state established in the Soviet occupation zone of Nazi Germany, and in the East Berlin portion of the Allied Occupation Zones in Germany.

The GDR existed for forty-one years (1949–90), and was a political, military, and economic member of the Eastern Bloc and the Warsaw Pact; at German reunification (3 October 1990), its länder (states) were integrated as new states of the Federal Republic of Germany (FRG). The German Democratic Republic in eastern Germany was disestablished consequent to the 18 March 1990 general election, when the Government of the Socialist Unity Party of Germany lost its parliamentarian majority in the Volkskammer (Peoples’s Chamber); subsequently, on 23 August 1990, the Volkskammer re-established the five pre-war states — Brandenburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt, and Thuringia (disestablished in 1952) — for the GDR’s reunification to the Bundesrepublik Deutschland.

Norman Mattoon Thomas
(November 20, 1884 – December 19, 1968)
Was a leading American socialist, pacifist, and six-time presidential candidate for the Socialist Party of America.

“The American people will never knowingly adopt socialism. But, under the name of “liberalism,” they will adopt every fragment of the socialist program, until one day America will be a socialist nation, without knowing how it happened.”? He went on to say: “I no longer need to run as a Presidential Candidate for the Socialist Party. The Democratic Party has adopted our platform.”

Sad, how true.

Nuff said.
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Gargoyles are protectors.
A suitcase nuke will somehow protect us from someone or something.
Or demons unleashed from suitcase nuke.
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