One Minute Conspiracy

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Hi. This is less of a short story, but more of a conspiracy. Everyone loves a conspiracy. Holy crap, this music is awesome. I just bought 2012 from a garage sale (and this cd of #1 movie songs), and I realized something awesome. Please tell me if I messed anything up, and please tell me if there are any contradictions.

Submitted: June 10, 2016

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11/9 was an inside job. If you are confused, I go by day/month/year. But that's beside the point. The steal beams didn't need to be melted, but just weakened. Yeah, some buzzkill discovered that. Anyway, here is the real conspiracy:
Let's start with what year it is. They predicted the year that Jesus was born, and they didn't know for sure. Studies show that they were three years off. The man who predicted this, Dionysius Exiguus, said that when Jesus was born in the year one. As I said earlier, he was three years off. So the year zero was four years later than it should have been, which means that we are four years ahead. Four years ago was 2012.
As the movie 2012 states, the arcs that made the human race survive were in China. According to forbes.com, many Americans, Japanese, German, and Australian people are moving to China. So are my Math and English Language Arts teachers. That means that people are seemingly fleeing to China, but are really fleeing from the floods, earthquakes, and giant volcanoes. And just think. Why is Donald Trump so obsessed with China?
There was recently a 5.2 magnitude earthquake in Los Angeles. It was in the San Jacinto fault. According to latimes.com, this fault line is a big threat. It also has a hot spring. Sound familiar? Yeah, the Yellowstone Park lake in 2012. Also, there is, of course, San Andreas. Yet again, latimes.com states that San Jacinto and San Andreas are going to rupture together into a 7.5 magnitude earthquake. The Aztecs calendar predicted that the world would end in earthquakes. The Aztecs calendar has had some very accurate predictions. It predicted that in 1519, one of the gods, Quetzalcoatl, would return to them, and kill them all. And then kill them all. And guess what Cortes did when he arrived in 1519? He killed them all. But their predictions weren't based on the nowadays calendar. It was based in the Aztec calendar, so when Cortes came, the Aztecs told us that that was the year they predicted that Quetzalcoatl would come, so they interpreted the Aztec's prediction as the year 1519. But they were wrong. It really happened in 1515, a perfect number. This year is not 2016, but really 2012
The end is nigh.

 


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