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Does anyone have any clue what this riddle could mean?

Does anyone have any clue what this riddle could mean? Topic: Hypothesis sentence
June 15, 2019 / By Ashur
Question: So, I was given this riddle by a girl I asked out. This apparently is her response to me asking her out: It lies between existence, but without the essence. It coincides when his and he collide. Start from the beginning of eternity and look to the end of all time. It’s at the middle of the middle, and the end of the end. Find our mutual understanding, in mysteries asunder, underneath the surface lies a trio to ponder. They write the basis of sound, the essence of words, and the structure of sentences. Match your theory to this hypothesis, and ask, have you found the action to Mac beth’s questions? To decipher: 1 1 2 21 5 3 8+13 To add it up: 1+2+3, 4, 5, 6, 7+8 I really need help, so star my question so I can get more help (no I'm not a star-whore, I just need any help I can get). I had a feeling that it means she's unsure? But if anyone could solve the riddle, that would be great.
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