Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Episode #067: The Epic of Gilgamesh

In this episode Kyle gives us a detailed and fantastic rendition of the oldest known written tale, the Epic of Gilgamesh. We discuss the possible meanings and symbolism and hidden truths contained in the story, but mostly, we just sit back and enjoy this most epic and ancient tale of Gilgamesh, King in Uruk.


 Brothers of the Serpent Episode 067 


Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Episode #066: Antarctica and the Breakaway Civilization

In this episode we take a deep dive beneath the Antarctic ice into a conspiracy-laden rabbit hole of UFOs, ancient aliens, ruins of a lost civilization, WWII era German nationalist breakaway civilizations, geopolitics, the airship sightings mystery, abductions, contactees, Project Blue Book and much more.

Brothers of the Serpent Episode 066 


Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Episode #065: Skerptards Skerpderp

In this episode we discuss the Snakebros Glossary terms, which leads to all kinds of different topics ranging from the philosophy of science to ancient megalithic sites.

In the second half of the show, we discuss common arguments made by skerptards and by people who aren't skerptards but who are unknowingly regurgitating common skerptardian fallacies.

 Brothers of the Serpent Episode 065 


Tuesday, September 4, 2018

Episode #064: Yonaguni Monument and the Plain of Jars

Subtitle: Giant Stone Lizards and Hands and Eyes and Heads and Belts and Jars and Balls and Ba'albek and Pyramids and Beerpong

After some news updates about spaceweather and immortality vitamins, we read some more sections from Graham Hancock's book Underworld, this time focusing on the Yonaguni monument of the coast of Japan.

We also discuss the Plain of Jars in Laos, and the correlations to other megalithic monuments around the world.

Brothers of the Serpent Episode 064 


3D Model of Yonaguni Monument

3D Model

Divers over the monument




The two upright megaliths near the monument

Between the megaliths

A channel or trough in the monument 

Plain of Jars, Laos



Drone image of a more dangerous area of the Plain of Jars

One of the largest jars

The large jar

A jar split by a tree

Stone jars in the Bada Valley in Sulawesi

Another Bada Valley jar

Stone lid for jar in Sulawesi

Another lid

Strange stylized monolithic statue in Bada Valley. Note the way the arms are held

Another stylized monolithic statue from Sulawesi





Chullpa towers, Peru



The high relief mark on the tower

Close up of the relief

Bell Cave, Jordan, with oculus in the ceiling

Bell Cave with eroded triangular pockets

Triangular pockets

In the labyrinthine tunnels around the Bell Caves, with pockets in the walls 

Auroral arc at the beginning of September

Venus Shadow, in the Atacama desert