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Message Subject Denver airport gargoyle suitcase is key to survival?
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A little more on the history - from memory, so please correct if you see anything wrong ...

DIA was built on Native American sacred ground. There was a huge stink about it.

Eventually it was built, but the baggage claim area never worked right and kept delaying the opening.

I remember DIA had shamen, Native medicine men, feng shui experts and others come to try and cure the woes. The feng shui expert said it was too white - no color. Interesting that white depicts death in feng shui, to my recollection.

The gargoyles were installed as a last ditch attempt after all else failed. Immediately after they were put into place, everything worked properly.

This may not be the truth, but it is what was publicly released during the construction.

A note of interest:

About 2 yrs ago I saw a show on satellite that was about a big hotel in CO - I think it was Denver area. It was built years ago and it's only used for special occasions now - not a hotel anymore.

However, the show revealed this total underground area, with entrances hidden inside the hotel. The area was huge, built by locals, kept secret. If I remember right, they said it was for emergency shelter for TPTB, but it's been a while so I'm not sure about that.

This was a large, grand hotel and I think the name started with a "W" - like Withington or something? If anyone remembers this hotel, can you please add more (or correct this) if it might be helpful to this thread?

Here's a few comments I did find:

And don't forget that the bedeviled Denver International Airport, whose errant baggage delivery system alone totaled over $228 million, was diagnosed as disastrous by three feng shui experts who proceeded to recommend cures--or compensatory measures--for the airport.
[link to www.metroactive.com]

Airport planners hope their facility's $250-million state-of-the-art luggage-handling system won't suffer the problems seen when Denver and Hong Kong opened their airports in the 1990s. Issues included malfunctioning computers and derailing baggage trains.
[link to travel.latimes.com]

Denver International AirportDenver International Airport - Everyone, no doubt, remembers or has at least heard of, the terrible problems that were encountered when building the airport in 1995. Grossly over its budget of 1.7 billion dollars, the airport was buried in technical problems during its building, especially regarding the automated baggage system. In the end, the airport cost $4.8 billion! These problems, as well as reports of employees and travelers experiencing a number of strange incidents at the airport today, is attributed to the fact that the airport was built on top of Native American sacred ground.
[link to www.legendsofamerica.com]

And these links are FULL of info - too much to copy here:

[link to www.bibliotecapleyades.net]
[link to www.bibliotecapleyades.net]
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