Tuesday, December 25, 2018

Merry Christmasssss Snakes!!

Just a quick shout out to all our listeners and friends from the whole SnakeBros family. We love you, merry christmas/happy holidays to you all!!

 Brothers of the Serpent Merry Xmas 

Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Episode #079: Walter Bosley on Sir Richard F. Burton

We talk with Walter Bosley on his book "Secret Missions II: The Lost Expedition of Sir Richard Francis Burton", which, if you haven't read it...go read it.

Right now. We'll wait.



Done? Ah yes, you have the classic "omg my mind is blown" facial expression. Good. We talk about that mind blowing book in this episode, and more.

For those who have seen the movie "The Lost City of Z" about the adventures of Col. Percy Fawcett, this is like that, only more. And before. Basically, the stuff in that movie happened because of the stuff in Bosley's book.

You can find Walter Bosley on Facebook, and follow him on Twitter at @WBBosley. His books are available on lulu. He also has a blog called Empire of the Wheel (which has the same background as our website--the man has good taste).

Sunday, December 9, 2018

Episode #078: George Howard

We have a very special episode for all you snake sibs out there, we interviewed Mr. George Howard, who has been involved with the Comet Research Group from the very beginning in the work on the Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis, which we have spoken of many times in previous episodes. George gives us all kinds of insider insights on the evolution of the hypothesis over the years, leading up to and including the recent publications on the Hiawatha Crater in Greenland, and where he sees the research going in the future and how this new data might affect the "standard model" of human development.

George also sets the record straight on the attempted character assassination of Dr. Allen West, discusses the Carolina Bays, the Alaska Muck, and at least once refers to skerptards as "skerptards".

Follow George on Twitter @CosmicTusk
and at his website and blog, The Cosmic Tusk.

Enjoy! (we certainly did)

Hiawatha Crater in Greenland

Carolina Bays

LIDAR of the Bays
Image of a double rimmed bay from George's website

Location of bay groups across the US
The bays are "Conic Sections"

Friday, December 7, 2018

SnakeBros LateNite

This episode contains drunk people 

While Kyle and Russ slept the sleep of innocent serpents, the ten by ten by ten Tangent Cube of Science was hijacked by drunk friends who secretly recorded themselves attempting to make a podcast episode in the best SnakeBros tradition. This is the result.

Of course, they never thought we would publish it. But once we heard it, we knew we had to. Not only is it hilarious, it also has some really excellent content on ancient mysteries.


Brothers of the Serpent LateNite 

Hiawatha Crater

Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Episode #077: Solving Alchemical Mysteries

We read and discuss articles about recent earthquake mysteries, vanishing quasars, and a very strange standalone doorway in Rome called the Porta Alchemica which has inscribed upon it numerous riddles which we endeavor to solve on the fly.

In the final segment, Russ reads from Michael Cremo's book Hidden History of the Human Race, focusing on a few of the anomalous discoveries of human artifacts buried in strata that is normally considered to be hundreds of millions of years old.

Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Episode #076: Clint Beckham - Round II

Mr. Clint Beckham is back again, joining us in the infamous Tangent Cube of Science to discuss all things arrowheads and ancient Native American cultures and mysteries. It was a fantastic and fun show.


(830) 313-2648

Aoudad Adventures & More

Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Episode #075: Greenland Crater - What Does It Mean

We talk about the Greenland Impact Crater in the first segment and what that means for the Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis and the history of the human race in general. We read select sections from Graham Hancock's book Magicians of the Gods regarding unexplained and highly scientific artifacts on the Altiplano around Lake Titicaca including the megalithic sites of Tiahuanaco and Puma Punku, anomalous advances in agriculture from thousands of years ago, and the Aymara language itself appearing to have been constructed instead of arising organically.

In the final segment we go through some of the really astonishing astronomical, biological, and philosophical correlations contained in ancient metrology, ancient structures, and mythology, respectively.


Bolivian Corrugated Fields

Corrugated Fields

Greenland Hiawatha Crater Beneath Giant Tusk
courtesy of @CosmicTusk

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Episode #074: More Missing 411

We spend most of this episode going through cases from David Paulides' book, Missing 411: Western United States and Canada. We discuss each case briefly, then finish up with a more in depth discussion in the final segment.

Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Episode #073: Missing 411

After a fantastic SpaceWeatherNews update we do some listener maintenance and read some emails and promote our brand new Twitter feed (@SnkBrs), re-re-explain Precession again in another different way, then move on to some serious Missing 411 stuff in the second hour of the show.

Clearly, Kyle identifies with the Physicists. Russ, on the other hand, is not even on this graph. 

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Episode #072: Precession. Of Course.

After SpaceWeatherNews and a SunProbe update, we read a story about a mystery boom heard at the Serpent Mound in Ohio, and Brenner (returning as a special guest for this special episode) reads a story about the return of the Skull Asteroid of Certain Death this Halloween.
Russ then recounts some personal anecdotes about strange sounds and other "ghostly" phenomena.

We then get to the main topic of the show, which is the Precession of the Equinoxes. Of course. Because 72.

Kyle's Precession Diagrams, showing how the axial wobble shifts the seasons around the orbit of the sun, and thus the zodiacal constellations relative to the sun's position in the sky

Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Episode #071: The Fairy Faith in Celtic Countries

After our normal SpaceWeatherNews update and some pontificating about quantum mechanics and other things we completely do not understand, we spend the rest of the show going through a selection of fairy folklore tales from the excellent book "The Fairy Faith in Celtic Countries" by W. Y. Evans-Wentz, and discussing the many connections to other mythologies, both ancient and modern.

Friday, October 19, 2018

Episode #070: A Species with Amnesia

In this episode we have a wide ranging discussion on everything from the philosophy of falsification in science to the ramifications of being a species with amnesia to the similarities between the Samaipata Megalith in Bolivia and the Yonaguni Monument in Japan.

Stonehenge Heel Stone

Uluru (Ayers Rock) 

Temple of Man, Tiahuanaco. Note the many faces protruding from the lower wall

Faces in the wall

More faces

Closeup of some of the odd faces

Puma Punku

Some of the many intricately carved blocks of Puma Punku

Samaipata Megalith, Bolivia

Model of the megalith

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Episode #069: Crop Circles and SciFi

We discuss a wide range of topics on this episode including the mystery of the ever-burning lamps, a new scientific paper proposing that the octopus is an alien species that came to Earth in cometary ice over 200 million years ago, crop circles and stone circles and subtle earth energies, and the role that science fiction has played in the advancement of science.

Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Episode #068: The Secret Teachings of All Ages

After a SpaceWeatherNews update we discuss a weekend trip to Big Bend National Park and the observations of the geological mysteries there by Russ and The Watcher.
Russ talks about a new Aptronym he discovered, then we move into some follow-up discussion on the Epic of Gilgamesh and how that story may be connected to the mysteries of Viracocha/Quetzalcoatl and the giant basalt heads of the "Olmec".

For the second half of the show, we play a brief clip from a lecture given by Dr. Manly P. Hall, where he touches on many of the topics we talk about, essentially proving that he was, in fact, a SnakeBro. Even if he didn't know it at the time.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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