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 25, 2018
Tuesday, December 11, 2018
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
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|
|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
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
Tuesday, December 4, 2018
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.