What is with all of the giant pagan idols that are suddenly popping up all over the United States? The latest example of this is a seven ton, 26 foot tall concrete sculpture of an Egyptian god that is being installed at Denver International Airport. The giant statue being constructed at the south end of the DIA terminal is of Anubis - the Egyptian god of death and the afterlife. So why is this being done? Well, it is apparently being put there to advertise the Denver Art Museum's King Tut exhibit that is about to open up. That exhibit will go from June 29th through January 9th, 2011. The plan is for "Anubis" to remain in place at Denver International Airport the entire duration of the exhibit.
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