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Minecraft Survival – EPIC CHEST ROOM! (Ep. 21)

Hey! Working on the new design for the chest room! This thing is gonna be epic. Miss a episode of Minecraft Survival? Check out this link and subscribe to the show! www.youtube.com Jevinators Challenge! 600 LIKES 300 COMMENTS SUBSCRIBE HERE! www.youtube.com Mods www.minecraftforum.net The music comes from the in-game Minecraft soundtrack. If you would like to listen without having Minecraft playing, you can download it here: c418.bandcamp.com Texture Pack! www.minecraftforum.net PIN me to your homepage to get all my videos the second they come out! ————————————————————- Subscribe to my channel- bit.ly Subscribe to my backup channel- bit.ly Follow me on Twitter- bit.ly Like me on Facebook- on.fb.me Music for intro by- bit.ly ————————————————————- -IGNORE THESE- How to play Minecraft How to mod Minecraft How to get on Machinima How to craft How to find diamonds TAGS: minecrafts minecrafting minecraft server free minecrafter for texture packs skins modding build machinima maps crafting seed seeds download mine craft list cracked survival hack mod mods games game gaming online youtube notch jeb mojang twitter new version blog how to find diamond diamonds pc get alpha beta forum iJevin workbench slime hipo yt:quality=high Spotlight TNT Glitch Tutorial Realm Respawn Sports wiki planet

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Tuesday, July 3rd, 2012 2012 Survival 25 Comments

Minecraft To the Death Ep 1 “A shelter”

Minecraft to the Death is a series that takes place on a PvP server. Cupquake and her faction try to survive against the rest of the world. If you would like to be involved and join the server, more information can be found at mcjunkies.com

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Friday, May 11th, 2012 2012 Survival 25 Comments

BLUR-WEIRDEST RAPPER-MENTAL MADNESS? 2012 PREPARE @WeirdestRapper

www.facebook.com Highlights of the Madness over this past year, may this year bring TEN THOUSSSSANDDD TIMES MORE? www.twitter.com www.facebook.com www.myspace.com www.facebook.com ABOUT ME: I am BLUR, good to meet you-Weirdest Rapper, Life is a BLUR, its all a Blur, favorite song by Cuff…

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Wednesday, October 19th, 2011 Prepper Survival 8 Comments

Black Ops: 2012? End of the World? or Something Random? (Gameplay/Commentary)

This video I talk about the randomness that is known as 2012. Lol that is all I could be describe for this video. Enjoy! Black Ops: 2012? End of the World? or Something Random? (Gameplay/Commentary) Primary Famas Attachment: Duel Magazines Secondary Strela-3 Perks Blue: Hardline Orange: Sleight of Hand Pro Green: Hacker Killstreaks: 7 — Blackbird 8 — Chopper Gunner 10 — Dogs ————————————– Twitter: â€Ștwitter.com System Gaming: www.youtube.com/systemoad3269

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Wednesday, May 4th, 2011 2012 Prophecies 25 Comments

Coast to Coast AM – 14 Oct 2009 – Interpreting 2012 part 3/12

Researcher John Major Jenkins discussed how the early Maya devised their Long Count calendar which ends in 2012, the various ways the 2012 idea has been interpreted, and historical and cultural aspects of Mayan society. There is no evidence that the Mayans predicted the world would end in 2012, rather their calendar, which they created about 2000 years ago, was pointing toward the alignment of the sun with the galactic center or “dark rift,” he detailed. The Mayans were oriented to cyclic traditions, and the ending of their calendar in 2012 signified an emphasis on transformation and renewal rather than doomsday, he continued. In 1966, scholar Michael D. Coe first proposed the idea there could be cataclysmic events tied to end of the Mayan calendar in December 2012. But Coe’s Armageddon-styled interpretation was seen through the biases of his Judeo/Christian background, Jenkins argued. One of the few surviving Mayan books (most were destroyed during the Conquest) was the Dresden Codex, which contained sophisticated and accurate astronomical charts and a calendar of Venus’ cycles. The planet, which changes from the Evening Star to the Morning Star over time, was incorporated into Mayan mythology in legends like Quetzalcoatl that invoke sacrifice, death, and rebirth, said Jenkins. He also spoke about the roots of shamanism in ancient Maya– their High King was a shaman who would take sacred plants, to travel between this world and the supernatural realm, to bring back

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Sunday, June 20th, 2010 Mayan Calendar 3 Comments

Coast to Coast AM – 14 Oct 2009 – Interpreting 2012 part 2/12

Researcher John Major Jenkins discussed how the early Maya devised their Long Count calendar which ends in 2012, the various ways the 2012 idea has been interpreted, and historical and cultural aspects of Mayan society. There is no evidence that the Mayans predicted the world would end in 2012, rather their calendar, which they created about 2000 years ago, was pointing toward the alignment of the sun with the galactic center or “dark rift,” he detailed. The Mayans were oriented to cyclic traditions, and the ending of their calendar in 2012 signified an emphasis on transformation and renewal rather than doomsday, he continued. In 1966, scholar Michael D. Coe first proposed the idea there could be cataclysmic events tied to end of the Mayan calendar in December 2012. But Coe’s Armageddon-styled interpretation was seen through the biases of his Judeo/Christian background, Jenkins argued. One of the few surviving Mayan books (most were destroyed during the Conquest) was the Dresden Codex, which contained sophisticated and accurate astronomical charts and a calendar of Venus’ cycles. The planet, which changes from the Evening Star to the Morning Star over time, was incorporated into Mayan mythology in legends like Quetzalcoatl that invoke sacrifice, death, and rebirth, said Jenkins. He also spoke about the roots of shamanism in ancient Maya– their High King was a shaman who would take sacred plants, to travel between this world and the supernatural realm, to bring back

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Friday, June 18th, 2010 Mayan Calendar 16 Comments

Coast to Coast AM – 14 Oct 2009 – Interpreting 2012 part 1/12

www.youtube.com Researcher John Major Jenkins discussed how the early Maya devised their Long Count calendar which ends in 2012, the various ways the 2012 idea has been interpreted, and historical and cultural aspects of Mayan society. There is no evidence that the Mayans predicted the world would end in 2012, rather their calendar, which they created about 2000 years ago, was pointing toward the alignment of the sun with the galactic center or “dark rift,” he detailed. The Mayans were oriented to cyclic traditions, and the ending of their calendar in 2012 signified an emphasis on transformation and renewal rather than doomsday, he continued. In 1966, scholar Michael D. Coe first proposed the idea there could be cataclysmic events tied to end of the Mayan calendar in December 2012. But Coe’s Armageddon-styled interpretation was seen through the biases of his Judeo/Christian background, Jenkins argued. One of the few surviving Mayan books (most were destroyed during the Conquest) was the Dresden Codex, which contained sophisticated and accurate astronomical charts and a calendar of Venus’ cycles. The planet, which changes from the Evening Star to the Morning Star over time, was incorporated into Mayan mythology in legends like Quetzalcoatl that invoke sacrifice, death, and rebirth, said Jenkins. He also spoke about the roots of shamanism in ancient Maya– their High King was a shaman who would take sacred plants, to travel between this world and the supernatural realm, to

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Sunday, June 13th, 2010 Mayan Calendar 25 Comments