Examples Of Conspiracy Theories Of Tupac Shakur

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Register to read the introduction… The 7 Day Theory is an idea pushed by the proponents that attempt to find the smallest details of any situation in order to provide more support for the conspiracy. This evidence is very disputable, because some will slightly alter details in order to gain the evidence needed. Deep personal research is suggested when inspecting the details of the 7 Day Theory. The repetition of an occurrence of numbers can happen anytime. The Number 23, a movie from New Line Cinema, mentioned multiple occurrences of the number 23. Using these occurrences of numbers for support is weak and quite silly. Some believers of the conspiracy favor to point out the 7 Day Theory. A main focus of that is the title of one of his albums, The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory. Many parts of his life and death bring about suspicion that focuses on the number 7. It is noticed that Tupac survived 7 days after he was shot. He was shot on the 7th of September and managed to stay alive until the 13th. That is seven days if you include the day he was shot. Others also notice that he was officially announced dead at 4:03 p.m. As we know, four plus three equals seven. Tupac, aka Makaveli, died at the age 25. His age of death is another key factor that relates two numbers adding up to 7. Two plus five happens to equal seven. Another coincidence that is suspect to this significance of 7 is the release date of All Eyez on Me. Tupac died …show more content…
Many believe that Pac left us clues about, and even foretelling, his death. By examining bits and pieces of his music, conspiracists hope to extract a deeper meaning to them as a whole. One song he wrote was named: “Ambitionz az a Ridah”, the lyrics were: “Blast me but they didn't finish, didn't diminish my powers so now I'm back to be a muthaf*&kin' menace, they cowards that’s why they tried to set me up, had b*tch a*s niggas on my team so indeed they wet me up, but I’m back reincarnated." Many believers take this statement to suggest Tupac was reincarnated as Makaveli. Another song he wrote was “Blasphemy”, the lyrics were: “I'm contemplating thoughts, wondering the thought to go, Brotha getting shot coming back resurrected.” Here, a direct statement about coming back is made. One last song was “Only Fear of Death”, the lyrics were: “Never will I die, I'll be back.” Here is a third instance in which Tupac implies his resurrection. On multiple accounts, he mentions a plot but never specifies his plan of

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