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Friday, 8 June 2012

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No! Leave it where it is! You are unleashing hell on earth!

As predicted by the Mayans, the Lost City of Gold has been discovered, opening the way for the apocalyptic destruction of the planet, as foretold in ancient scriptures.

Underneath the thick, virgin rainforest cover in the Mosquitia region of Honduras, archaeologists discovered ruins they have confirmed be the lost city of Ciudad Blanca.

Legends say the "White City" is full of gold, which is why conquistador Hernando Cortes was among the first Ciudad Blanca seekers in the 1500s. The legend also claims that once the lost city is discovered the end of the world is about 6 months away.

Undeterred by this American special forces are already en-route to Honduras to capture the hidden gold in attempt to clear the American debt and save the US economy, unfortunately by doing so it has unleashed the prophecy which stated "Once the city is discovered the African King of the Americas will steal the treasure, thus leading the world to Armageddon. This is fool's gold."

In another macabre twist of fate the prophecy claims that despite offering a cure for the zombie virus the cost to man will be extreme.

"He who doth take ye gold" says the prophecy "shall be cured of the illness of the walking dead but beware! Take heed - the cost will be ultimate destruction!"

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