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September 06, 2010

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Atoz

What's scarier than vampires, werewolves, and Jack the Ripper? No, not the IRS - MAYANS! lol

I think this is an ok episode. It was a little confusing at first, but I think I finally got a handle on it.

Basically, there is a cult of Mayans who still worship this plumed snake god. Through ancient Mayan hoodoo anyone who has Mayan blood in their veins will be compelled to protect the statue of their god.

What I think happens at the end:

- The previously modern and skeptical Gail is returned to her people. The narrator even says "They were waiting on her" or some such.

- The Mayans kill a lot of people, but only after giving them plenty of warning. I assume that the narrator was spared because of Gail and their own reluctance to kill.

- Not only was he spared, he was also brought out of the jungle by them, and turned over to a farmer. A farmer who also shares Mayan ancestry.

- As for why the narrator could never find the temple again, well, you have to take into account the fact that the only thing Mayans excelled at beyond human sacrifice and pyramid building was playing hide and seek. Ok, maybe that isn't a hard scientific fact, so lets just chalk it up to some more of that Pre-Columbian mojo.

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