You'll probably need to be at least an advanced beginner with self-installed WordPress installations to do this.
You can't get into a WordPress installation, you don't have a working e-mail address so you can't reset your password.
However, you can getinto the mySQL database.
1) Log into your cPanel
2) Go to PHPMyAdmin
3) Open the database which connects to your website
4) Find the table wp_users
5) Find any user identity there and change the e-mail address in the e-mail column to an e-mail address you can access (Please excuse my sloppy pink arrow in the image below) Make a point to remember what is in the user_login column in that same row. Will come in handy later
6) Go back to the admin panel www.yourwebsiteaddress.com/wp-admin
7) Now choose lost password and enter the e-mail address you used in step 5
8)Go to your e-mail to reset the password
9) Now login using the username you "remebered from step 5 and the new password you recently reset.
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