Thursday, August 10, 2017

Brothers of the Serpent: Episode #018

In this episode we spend a lot of time on the subject of modern so-called "skeptics"(AKA skerptards AKA skerpderpers AKA losers), the concept of "debunking" vs actually disproving or falsification, and the myriad ways that the modern "skeptic" movement is deeply deceptive in their methods and tactics. We also discuss and give examples of how the scientific community in many respects has also engaged in widespread acts of deception both large and small, and how "alternative" or "fringe" or "paranormal" researchers often have some of the most solid, well-supported evidence and arguments because of the constant attacks on their work by the mainstream, which looks for any possible way to discredit even if it is deeply disingenuous and/or fallacious. Since the mainstream does not even come close to holding itself to similar standards, much of it's work has later been shown to fall apart when attempts to recreate it are undertaken.

So basically what we're saying is, Nephas 1, Losers 0.

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Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Brothers of the Serpent: Episode #016

In this episode we start out with a strange news item about alien/reptilian looking mummified bodies found in Peru, then from there we move on to the Ancient Alien hypothesis vs the Ancient Advanced Civilization hypothesis, consciousness and quantum mechanics, cryogenics and AI, life, the universe, and everything.

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Sunday, July 16, 2017

Brothers of the Serpent: Episode #015

In this episode we have a guest, Archer Finley aka GMA(Greatest Man Alive), close friend and SnakeBro who has a degree in Electrical Engineering. So we spend most of the episode asking him questions about electricity and totally not understanding the answers. We also ask his opinion on whether ancient civilizations could have had some understanding of electrical forces. We talk about telluric currents, the Shuttle Tether mission(which was STS 75, not STS 80 as Russ said on the show), Nikola Tesla, and more.

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One of the strange objects that drifted past during the tether video, which is linked below

Huge anomalous sunspot

A couple of examples of earthquake lights

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Brothers of the Serpent: Episode #014

We start this episode off with a few interesting news items that lead to another short discussion about the Elastic Universe Hypothesis and how it might be tested via an interesting anomaly that happens only beneath a full solar eclipse. And also how archaeologists are dumb because for like a hundred years they've been trying to study ancient astronomical observatories during the daytime.

We then move on to the subject of the Black Knight Satellite at the request of a listener(thanks J), which means we get into Long Delay Echoes, ancient space probes, Phillip K. Dick and V.A.L.I.S.

After that, we talk about a strange correlation between gigantic pyramids in Mexico, China, and Indonesia, then finish up with a brief discussion of a very mysterious place in China known as the Longyou Grottoes.

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Gravitic Lensing (theoretically) caused by the gravity of a galaxy cluster in the foreground, warping the light of galaxies behind it into circular arcs(btw the very bright object on the upper right is a star in our own galaxy)

Graph of LDEs

Epsilon Bootes constellation

Some believe this photo taken from the space shuttle captured the elusive Black Knight

NASA map of PHAs(Potentially Hazardous Asteroids)
This map does not include comets. We're all gonna die.


It's pretty big.....I guess

Why was this place encased in Mica??

Volcanic mountain near Teotihuacan

Pyramids in China

They refer to them as "mausoleums"

They're totally not pyramids. See the trees? Hills. Just hills.

Pyramid of the first Chinese emperor. The Terracotta warriors are nearby.

The top of Gunung Padang in Indonesia

The top level was made using basalt columns that form naturally when lava hits seawater

The top level is about 2500 years old. The lowest levels are 30,000 years old.

The Terracotta Warriors

This is just a few of them....there are over 6,000 in total, plus horses

That's a lotta clay mmkay

Note each has very unique individual features

One of the Longyou Grottoes. The light is coming through an opening that was the original pool on the surface

Who did this? Where did all the rock go? Where are the fish?

That would seem like a "bottomless" pool

Note the extremely uniform marks on the walls

Each grotto is many levels deep

The rooms are cavernous and huge

A close-up of the marks on the walls. Toothpicks and dedication? Or advanced machinery?


Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Brothers of the Serpent: Episode #013


There are aspects of this episode that do not correlate to anything "tangible"  or "real", and instead seem to take 90 degree turns in directions that do not actually exist, then head off into impossible infinities only to discover god and/or aliens sitting out there calculating the digits of cake(the cake is a pi). This material requires a minimum of a Level 2.0 non-Tangetard brain and is NSFS(Not Safe For Skerptards).

There's not much more that can be said about the discussion in this episode; mostly because we don't really understand what we were talking about. Waves and pyramids. Cake and Pi. Snakes and bros. It all fits. We think.

But seriously, just keep in mind that there are pics down below that may help you in continuing to not understand wtf we're talking about. Just remember that all we're really saying is 3.141592653589793238462643383279502884
8 therefore pyramids. 

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Whole universe dispersion structure of matter. Note how "organic" or biological it looks

Zoomed in a bit on the previous image to focus on a sub-structure at the center. Keep in mind the scale here--individual galaxies are not discernable at this level, individual galactic clusters are not discernable either

Human Brain Neurons
The similarities in structure are immediately apparent to anyone with a level 2.0+ non-skerptard brain

Cymatics pattern of sand on "Chiladne plate": an iron or steel plate with a tone generator or speaker attached underneath which vibrates the plate and results in patterns like this 

Not sure why the microphone is there, but here is another cymatics pattern

Usually, higher frequencies result in more intricate patterns. The wavelengths are smaller, which allows for more detail

High resolution cymatics patterns for middle scale on a piano

This image has built-in caption. This caption was only added to say, if you are reading this one, you're doing it wrong

Another example of an early universe galaxy. You can see the rotation patterns beginning to emerge

A fuzzy image of a very distant, ancient proto-galaxy

This image is a good representation of time=space and what that means for high powered orbital astronomy

Artist's depiction of the "local bubble" 

Feynman diagrams. These have to do with predicting the results of high energy particle collisions. 

If anyone figures these out, let us know

Our own video on Cymatics DIY.

Ocean wave patterns...
(The original caption of this photo said "stealth plane", but we couldn't find it.)

And of course...... snakes

FO;DIF k bye

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Brothers of the Serpent: Episode #012

We start this episode with a recount of a daytrip we took to a nearby extinct volcano that we totally did not know was there even though we've lived here for decades. Usually volcanoes are pretty noticable because mountain, but this volcano is eroded flat, nothing but a small knob of igneous material remains where the volcano once stood. Still, we were excited to see it and do some geololololology.

Turns out it is entirely on private property. So we still haven't seen it. Instead, we went to McKinney Falls nearby, where we discovered an ancient dry-laid stone wall that bisected the park going directly east-west, atop a massive tounge of catastrophically deposited limestone(that in turn rested atop igneous materials, probably deposited by eruptions of the elusive mountainless volcano). Plus, evidence of massive flooding, giant oyster fossils, and creature shadows trapped in clay.

Then we got eaten by fish and started a microcult.

For the rest of the show, we discuss how to hear light and see sound, the almost total rejection of Russ' Yellowstone SuperColliding SuperVolcano Hypothesis by mainstream science, the complete rejection of Russ' Lithophonic Longhouses Low-hanging-fruit hypothesis by mainstream science, and how a steel drum is like an obelisk, but with dents.

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Geological Cross Section of Pilot Knob, the extinct volcano we couldn't find

Strange stuff in the igneous boulders we found, these look like.... veins?? 

Yep. Those look like veins. Note relative-size quarter for scale. 

Looks like... a tiny footprint.... with teeth stuck in it?? Right after taking this pic, we found an abandoned shoe, so we noped outta there

The limestone shows signs of enduring severe erosional flooding at several bottleneck areas at McKinney Falls

Erosion damage is clear from overhead images; note the widespread occurrence of "potholes", holes drilled into the stone by whirlpools in torrential floods

Screenshot from a video taken in Williams Creek at the back of McKinney Falls park. 

Williams Creek: The odd layer of gray-blue clay can be clearly seen on the left


Everything above the gray layer is river sediment deposit: a mix of limestone, caliche, flint, and lots of small rounded stones....river gravel

There is naught left of them but Shadows.....SHADOWS IN THE CLAY

Weird semi-spiraling bivalve / cephalopods ??

Beneath the limestone characteristic of McKinney Falls, we discovered evidence of volcanism....pyroclastic deposit layers

Closeup of pyroclastic layers hidden beneath the limestone, note the crystalline structures

Some of the layers have a strange latticework structure

Graph of human hearing frequency range. Below the wavy line, the sounds are too quiet for us to hear them, above the line are audible sounds. 

The human visual spectrum and where it lies on the full range of the electromagnetic spectrum. 

Harmonics. Just picture these as guitar strings. The first one at the top shows the guitar string vibrating all across its length, making the Fundamental note. The next one has been touched lightly in the middle, splitting the vibration in half and silencing the fundamental, bringing out the harmonic. The next has been touched at the 1/3 spot, and so on. 

This is an absolutely awful image depicting how redshift/blueshift works. 

Sky view of Malta temples, which are very organic looking, everything is round, no sharp corners anywhere. 

Malta temple megaliths. Uncut, unworked, unfinished, yet stacked and arranged so skillfully that they still stand, 7,000 years later

Interior of one of the Maltese temples. Note the doorway on the right... all temple doors in Malta are made this way, as a hole cut through a large stone, rather than a more conventional approach with just two supports holding up a lintel stone. Haven't the faintest idea why. 

Interior shots of the Hypogeum on Malta

Hauntingly beautiful. Why did they build it? Who built it? 

Looking through another round dooway piercing a stone slab in the Hypogeum. Remember that every room in this place was found 2/3rds filled with rubble and soil that had no stratigraphy(was not layered, implying it all was deposited at once), and scattered throughout the soil were the bones of upwards of 7,000 people, all of whom had anomalous elongated skulls.

Interior diagram of the Pyramid of Khufu/Cheops(The Great Pyramid), to show how far away the subterranean chamber is from the King's Chamber

3D diagram of the Great Pyramid. Because why not. 

The Ringing Rocks of Ringing Rocks Park. Note how tightly clustered they are.... trees don't even grow between them

The infamous, slightly foreboding Black Mountain

Slopes of Black Mountain, which is obviously not a mountain but an enormous pile of granite boulders that are so similar in size they look like gravel. 

This is just incredibly strange, very difficult to explain how so many similar sized boulders came to be piled up so high in this one spot

And of course....... snakes

Brothers of the Serpent: Episode #018

In this episode we spend a lot of time on the subject of modern so-called " skeptics "(AKA skerptards AKA skerpderpers AKA loser...