Friday, September 29, 2017

Brothers of the Serpent: Episode #025

We start this episode discussing how modern sports teams can generate a sense of community and commonality in their home cities, creating a situation similar to the ancient "city-states" of Sumer, Akkad, Assyria, etc.

We briefly discuss the ongoing project to propose methods for encoding our modern civilization's knowledge into oral traditions, complete with an entertaining exoteric theme which conceals esoteric symbolism which encodes the knowledge.

For the rest of the show, we talk about NEPHAS.  (aka Giants)  Because Russ has been reading Jim Vieira's book, Giants on Record.

Sometimes, the Giants are real.

Brothers of the Serpent Episode 025


We need to get our hands on this KMZ file. This lists many of the sites where giant remains(7+ ft in height or more) were reportedly found.

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Brothers of the Serpent: Episode #023

  "C'mon you apes! You wanta live forever?"   -Unknown platoon sergeant, 1918

We discuss life expectancy, from the microbiological causes of aging to theoretical possibilities of physical immortality, and the intriguing fact that many ancient civilizations recorded extraordinary long lives of remote ancestors.
We discuss the suppression of scientific knowledge that goes counter to contemporary scientific theory, and the fallacy of the concept of "indigenous", and a bunch of other stuff I can't remember right now but was all very interesting.


Here, have some dolmens:


















Saturday, August 19, 2017

Brothers of the Serpent: Episode #019

In this episode we discuss how many of the most mysterious ancient sites are connected to each other through sometimes obvious, sometimes subtle, stylistic similarities, and how this fits with the growing picture of ancient history as defined by pulling together ancient texts and myths from all over the world.

Bananas continue to not be discussed at all.

Brothers of the Serpent Episode 019

Brothers of the Serpent: Episode #025

We start this episode discussing how modern sports teams can generate a sense of community and commonality in their home cities, creating a ...