Thursday, December 14, 2017

SnakeBytes: Aliens and Fairies and Samsquanches, oh my

This is a new thing we're gonna try("we" meaning "Russ") for a couple of reasons; one being that sometimes life gets in the way of us getting together in the Tangent Cube of Science to record a show for that week, and two being that we(Russ again) sometimes just want to rant about something or other but not necessarily in the context of a full show.

Thus, SnakeBytes is born: short(meaning shorter than the main show) monologues into whatever weirdness Russ is wandering around in at the moment. These will not be recorded in the studio, nor will they benefit from the audio engineering expertise of Kyle that gives the main show its shiny, polished, eargasm goodness, but they can be recorded on the spur of the moment and posted immediately. On weeks when we cannot record a regular show, Snakebytes can fill the void.

In this first Snakebyte, Russ reads a few strange accounts from the book Dimensions by Jacques Vallee, connecting these UFO stories to Missing 411 and Fairy Folklore.

 Snakebytes: Episode 001 

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Brothers of the Serpent: Episode #028

We start out with the latest news on the ScanPyramids project, which is that there is no news. Then we discuss some crazy geology and paleontology factology because Russ is reading Velikovsky's Earth in Upheaval and it's blowing his mind. We're talking islands made entirely of mammoth bones and hippo teeth and glacial erratics so big people accidentally built villages on them.

In the second half of the show we discuss a topic that has become a permanent SnakeBro favorite: weird giant triangles. In this case the giant triangle is the Bermuda Triangle, so we discuss the nature of the disappearances and outline a few specific cases, then go into the many theories about the possible causes, and Kyle demonstrates his skerptard skills by skerpderping them all(after which he announces he might be "going profesh"). One of the theories involves pyramids from Atlantis, still activating on occaision from the ocean depths and disappearing everything in sight. So basically a giant weird triangle caused by giant weird triangles.

Plus there's fossil Kracken Plesiosaur Selfies in Australia and a bunch of bad dad jokes.

 Brothers of the Serpent Episode 028 

Thursday, November 23, 2017

Brothers of the Serpent: Episode #27

 The Official Show Observer, the honorable and venerated Mr. Brett England, is in studio with us for this episode, here to offer his assessment of the work of Dr. Melba Ketchum and her team in DNA sequencing of possible Sasquatch hair and skin samples. Mr. England has relevant education and thus delivers what is most likely the only competent opinion on this work that has been delivered to the paranormal and podcasting communities(all other opinions having come from know-nothing Skerptards).

Aside from that, we discuss the ScanPyramids Project and the possibility of a huge unknown chamber in the GP, Kyle's trip to Italy and the ancient Egyptian artifacts he saw there, and we finish out the show with a few excellent OOPArts.

Brothers of the Serpent Episode 27 

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:

SnakeBytes: Aliens and Fairies and Samsquanches, oh my

This is a new thing we're gonna try("we" meaning "Russ") for a couple of reasons; one being that sometimes life gets...