I had saved the page last week to a Cache then visited it today to see if the countdown hit zero, When i opened it i choose to open the cached version
that i had saved, to my surprise this was the text.
Yeah ... I wouldn't look too far into this. Please keep in mind there are a lot of alternative motives that led to the development of this simple
and easy to build HTML site, and then take it down. Like... To make conspiracy nuts go a little looney
It could very well be that it is one big(or small) hoax, Yet to have such a common Domain name that would be sought after is rare for a normal Hoaxer
to obtain. Also this person has knowledge of how to embed java script.
Usually a hoax would involve something complicated, the shear simplicity of this site kind of makes me think its something the NWO would do.
Whoever is running this site is not very professional. They're using GoDaddy, for goodness' sake. That's only for people who don't know any better.
And they're based in Scotsdale, Arizona. Is this a big center of Illuminati activity??
I noticed the visits on this site have had a recent surge. Before this countdown nonsense they weren't getting many visits. Pretty sure it's just a
stunt. Any nitwit could have put this up. The real illuminati wouldn't be using GoDaddy, I just know it.
The domain was registered in 1995 and then moved to godaddy wher the owners of the website probably bought a package at a deal where they got a
discount if they moved their domain to godaddy. Most plausible explanation.
And its a hoax because of the other domains registeded under the same godaddy acount:
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