A purported leak of epic proportions has taken place in the reddit-sphere, with the season 7 plot of Game of Thrones given meticulous detail by a now deleted reddit account. Unlike the rogue reddit posting, this article will contain no spoilers, real or imagined. If you are truly curious about the details of the plot leaks, you can click here.

For those reading the spoilers, this is the internet, after all, so take them with a grain of salt. Despite some evidence that the leaks might be legitimate, including the deletion of a reddit account and corroboration by another source, you never know with these sorts of leaks. Does anyone else remember that insane theory that Batfleck was actually a villain?

Of course, there is no way to truly know the truth here—not yet. When it comes to spoilers, creatives will almost always lie about the true content of a show. Take for example when the internet totally predicted who the villain was in Star Trek Into Darkness. Rumors swirled that Benedict Cumberbatch was Khan, the director said he wasn’t, and then he ended up being just that villain.

So whether you want to read the spoilers or not, or you read them by mistake and have spent the morning Googling “self-induced amnesia,” take comfort in the fact that we’re all in the dark until the next premiere.