Anubis The god of Death Displays at DIA.

Egyptian god of death anubis

At the Denver International Airport, the Pale Horse “Mustang” of death is receiving a competitor—The Egyptian God of death and the afterlife, Anubis. Anubis is associated with the mummification and protection of the dead for their journey into the afterlife. He was usually portrayed as a half human, half jackal, or in full jackal form wearing a ribbon and holding a flail in the crook of its arm. The jackal was strongly associated with cemeteries in ancient Egypt, since it was a scavenger which threatened to uncover human bodies and eat their flesh. The distinctive black color of Anubis “did not have to do with the jackal, per se, but with the color of rotting flesh and with the black soil of the Nile valley, symbolizing rebirth.

DIA contains New World Order and Masonic symbolism that provides an easy reason to blast the subject into the stratosphere conspiracy realm. The installation of Anubis, god of the dead a 26-foot statute is reason enough to question Denver International, or did you think DIA abbreviated Defense Intelligence Agency?

the book of the dead anubis
Anubis, the God of the death and afterlife is escorting an Egyptian King Tut exhibit that will remain at DIA for six months that opens June 29 2010 = 6:11:3 that adds to 11

The attraction of the 9,000-pound “Mustang” is that its creator, Luis Jiménez, was tragically killed while making the piece in his studio on June 13, 2006 = 18 = 666, when a large section of Blue Mustang, intended for Denver International Airport, fell on him and severed an artery in his leg. The sculpture was based on the eight-foot-high sculpture Mesteño (Mustang), now on display at the University of Oklahoma. Anubis should fit nicely with at DIA. 

Royal artifacts thousands of years in the making and it’s never been seen in Denver before and will never be again “Tutankhamen the Golden King and the Great Pharaoh.”, but why at the Denver Airport in the middle of nowhere? Anubis begins the event that will commence in 27 days = 9.

These objects are incredibly old and of ancient value, they are priceless treasures from long ago. They very rarely travel outside Egypt. This is the first time King Tut’s treasures have ever been to the Rocky Mountain region. Strange, priceless treasures that rarely travel outside Egypt end up at the spooky airport of Denver that from the revelations of deception and conspiracy, the largest underground military base, concentration camp, and deep lower alien base. Anubis should be welcomed from the Nazi Swastika image of a runway at DIA.

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  • Shattered Butterfly June 13, 2010, 2:33 am

    Another item on the list of reasons of why the DIA creeps me out. As if that statue mustang with glowing red eyes wasn’t enough.