The demonic horse of Denver


Another blogger is intrigued by the occult, and this is what greets people going to and from Denver International Airport. At one time the Denver Broncos thought their mascot would be on display, but this disturbing blue horse with flaming red eyes turned up instead.

Part of the sculpture fell on and killed artist Luis Jimenez in his studio. Weird!

I have heard rumors of DIA having a Satanic theme to it, and honestly, the murals inside are disturbing. But that is nothing compared to that godawful pony that greets all visitors. What were they thinking?


Incidentally, this is what greets train travelers at Denver’s Union Station, the hub for the local rail system. Is it not amazing what an artist can do with a couple of bottle openers?

I don’t know what is up with Denver’s public art, but I have to guess that rather than Satanic overtones, we are simply a repository for overpriced bad art.

6 thoughts on “The demonic horse of Denver

  1. DIA has always freaked me out a bit, and the more I looked at the paintings, the worse they got! “Blucifer” (the horse) never really had a problem with him. He’s much worse in thunderstorms. Didn’t even notice the red men when riding the railway, I’ll definitely have to keep my eyes open next time I pass by!

    The part of the interesting art scene are the random 3-D baby faces that are popping up everywhere in Denver-capital hill, cherry creek, south Broadway, etc. The first that I saw was south by Lone Tree, then Colorado and Mississippi area. They just started in March of this year…

    The local Fox news station, and the daily mail were the only two to “cover” the story… Here’s a link to the Fox article. Lol.


    1. That is a little creepy – we have a guerilla artist in our neighborhood up here by Aspen Park … our mail boxes are touched up with a chicken, rooster with a sequined bra, a couple of foxes and an empty jewelry box. My wife wants to leave a message out there to stop doing that, but I think we just leave it alone, no confrontations with neighbors. We just try to get along and tolerate a little weirdness. No harm.


  2. You know, I mentioned the Denver airport to my girlfriend last night (who is not into conspiracy stuff at all). I just mentioned how I had a layover there once and she blurted out “oh I heard that place has a whole bunch of Illuminati murals”.

    I just Googled Denver airport and first 2 items on the autosearch mentioned the murals. So it’s very mainstream and it seems the guys in charge want us talking about it.

    So I’m thinking it’s a signal that intelligence has moved into Denver. And with the state legalization of Marijuana and sudden promotion (noticing lots of people moving there), there is certainly something spooky going on in Denver, and it doesn’t have to do with devil worship.


    1. There have been spook rumors about DIA since it was built, underground tunnels and COG stuff. No way to know. From where we live, on a clear day, we can see DIA, but also closer in three large golf ball looking structures. I asked my cousin, a lifelong resident, about them, and he said “it is how they listen to everything.”

      I don’t know. Lockheed has a major presence here, and Rocky Mountain Flats is nearby, and of course the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, aka “Ayn Randistan.” It is a goofy country we live in, and rumors are rumors. But it is also a strange place.


  3. The budget to build DIA went w a y past its original #s. The
    CONCRETE used! IT had to go somewhere…… The amount of land purchased around it. The air ventilation hoods that were/are far away from the terminal area. A paved road leading to a mountain side end/door. The lack of anything (been a couple of years since I researched DA) built along the highway leading to it. Some of the murals are said to be painted over due to the truth being revealed when certain folk view them & decipher their intent. The masonic gang have their symbolism in your face. Much like the rest of the gangs that work hand in hand to make us ONE collective hive. PS this ‘International’ term used throughout the country smacks of Agenda 21 in the fine print, yes?


    1. We’ve made countless trips down Pena Boulevard and a few on the new rail line these past few years. Development continues. Bad art dominates, as with the arrival station for the new rail line, merely a long row of timbers aligned in parallel on either side if the tracks. I thought at the beginning that it was a work in progress, but was told “No. That’s it.” The new Weston Hotel has a nice feel to it, however. Blucifer is just bizarre … that’s the best description.

      In general, with Buckley Air Force base (housing Army Intelligence), Lockheed, Cheyenne Mountain, Air Force Academy, and Warren AFB not too far north in Cheyenne, Wyoming, the military has a large presence here. Buckley alone is said to be responisble for more than 90,000 current and former military personnel. With the fake Las Vegas shootings it was reported that many who attended that concert made thier way to an airport that was temporarily closed to take shelter. More likely is that the military unit that made the event happen (no deaths) was directed to return there to be flown back to their base. I wondered if it was Buckley.


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