The history behind the Cleveland Secret, otherwise stated in the Bible as the Second Coming of Jesus, comes from not long ago when Cleveland sports teams used to win championships. In 1952, both the Browns of the NFL and the Indians of the MLB won championships. Since then, however, Clevelanders have tasted all but the taste of true victory. "No one knows about that day or hour, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father." "Two men will be in the field; one will be taken and the other left. Two women will be grinding with the hand mill; one will be taken and the other left." "Therefore keep watch, because you do not know on what day your Lord will come." This excerpt is from Matthew 24:36, 40 & 42. Also stated in the Old Testament are numerous indications of when and in what form Jesus will come back. This, however, has been kept secret by the fans of the many rivals Cleveland has attained over the years.
How It All Started
In 1952, President Eisenhower who was a fan of Texas sports teams wanted to shut down Cleveland. Therefore, he got together with the NFL, NBA, MLB, CIA, and FBI to create the Cleveland Curse. This curse was a law that Cleveland could not win a title. For a while, the Cleveland Browns didn't even exist. The papers were concealed but some were leaked by Daniel Ellsburg, the same one who leaked the president papers. It did not reach the public eye, however, and its contents may only be seen on this page.
Recently, the Cleveland Cavaliers have been caught in a struggle. Down 3-1 to the Orlando Magic, there is not a lot they can do. However, evidence suggests that Jesus will come back in a darker figure holding a round ball. The scriptures also contain dialogue that includes the numbers 23, 2009, and Cleveland Cavaliers. The Cleveland Secret is that the Second Coming of Jesus has already happened and that LeBron James will stage a comeback on the Orlando Magic and take that series in 7 games, followed by a championship victory against whoever wins in the Western Conference Finals.
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