100 episodes

Two brothers explore the mysteries of the ages, the ancients, and even some from the modern day.

Brothers of the Serpent Podcast SnakeBros

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    • 4.8, 176 Ratings

Two brothers explore the mysteries of the ages, the ancients, and even some from the modern day.

    Episode #160: Megalithic America with Glenn Kreisberg

    Episode #160: Megalithic America with Glenn Kreisberg

    We talk with Glenn Kreisberg, author of Spirits in Stone, about the many megaliths, dolmens, standing stones, and stone effigy sites in the northeastern U.S. Although there are undoubtedly many colonial artifacts like stone piles and stone border walls throughout the northeastern United States, Glenn describes how some of these sites display celestial and internal alignments that make them unlikely to be the constructions of farmers clearing land and marking borders. He also gives several ways of trying to determine if one is looking at a "colonial" construction, or something much more ancient and interesting. We also briefly discuss some of his work on Malta, and the seemingly anomalous acoustical properties of the Hypogeum. You can find Glenn's book at the link above, and follow his work at his website, overlookmountain.org. This episode's show art was made by Henry Hablak. Check out his website and follow him on instagram. Brothers of the Serpent Episode 160 If you cannot see the audio controls, your browser does not support the audio element Art by Henry Hablak

    Episode #159: Laird Scranton on Ancient Wisdom

    Episode #159: Laird Scranton on Ancient Wisdom

    We have an excellent conversation with author Laird Scranton about his research into the wisdom of the ancients; the Dogon, the ancient Egyptians, the ancient Hindu traditions, and more, all seem to contain parts of a precise scientific understanding of the cosmos, life, consciousness, and the nature of matter and energy. Laird describes how many of these ancient traditions express this understanding through the use of symbols that are often the same or very similar even across distant cultures. We talk about the "civilizer gods", the Apkallu, the Seven Sages, and the Viracochas...all of which may be the result of beings from the "immaterial realm" crossing over during the times when our universe is closest to theirs, in order to teach and establish systems of knowledge that will survive across many thousands of years when the two realms are too "distant" to fully interact. A very interesting conversation that left us with a lot to ponder. Enjoy! Brothers of the Serpent Episode 159 Your browser does not support the audio element.

    Episode #158: Hybridization and Humans

    Episode #158: Hybridization and Humans

    In this final episode of our deep dive into the hybridization and evolution topic, we continue to go through Dr. Eugene McCarthy's material on his website about hybridization and stabilization. After a few final words on the subject of "species", we read about hybridization itself and how common it really is in the wild. We talk about generational hybrids, reciprocal crosses, backcross breeding, extinction and absorption, intermediacy in characteristics, and more. Near the end of the show we also read some excerpts from the section of the website that discusses the possibility that modern humans are a product of hybridization long ago, and that we all still show the evidence of it in fertility, morphology, and characteristics as well. Brothers of the Serpent Episode 158 Comparison of eyes of Chimpanzee, Human, and Pig Your browser does not support the audio element.

    Episode #157: Hybridization and Species

    Episode #157: Hybridization and Species

    Continuing on from last week's discussion, we read and respond to emails about evolution and how people think about it in various ways, with analogies and references to consciousness and a possible spirit realm, or other more mechanistic ways of thinking about it. We talk to the Watcher about genetics and genetic expression in reproduction, and chromosome pairing. Then we continue to dig through the information on MacroEvolution.net and the work of Dr. Eugene McCarthy, and his Stabilization Theory of evolution. We read about the "fuzzyness" of terms like "species", and how the entire process of the categorization of life is based in an idea of immutability of form, even though that concept has long since been discarded. Brothers of the Serpent Episode 157 Your browser does not support the audio element.

    Episode #156: Evolution and Hybridization

    Episode #156: Evolution and Hybridization

    Prompted by listener emails, we discuss the topic of evolution and our thinking on it, and how our thinking on it has evolved over the years. This leads to some reading from the excellent website of Dr. Eugene McCarthy and his theory of hybridization and stabilization as a better version of the evolutionary theory. This is a topic with a lot of details, many of which we don't fully understand. We intend to work on it some more and perhaps dive deeper in the next episode. Brothers of the Serpent Episode 156 Your browser does not support the audio element.

    Episode #155: Skeptiko Swapcast - Bruce Fenton

    Episode #155: Skeptiko Swapcast - Bruce Fenton

    We once again join Alex Tsakiris from the Skeptiko podcast to talk with author Bruce Fenton about his research that he details in his books, Into Africa and Exogenesis. Alex hosts the swapcast and plays clips from a video he produced with Bruce called 780,000: Our Alien Origin Story(see embedded video below). In the hour we have with Bruce and Alex we talk briefly about some of the Into Africa material and the evidence for humans in South America in extreme antiquity, then move to the main topic, which is the information in Exogenesis. Following a trail made of dreams, shamanic experiences, and other similar immaterial sources, Bruce uncovers a lot of evidence that a series of extraordinary events took place on earth almost one million years ago, and these events may have shaped both the planet and the human race into what it is today. Brothers of the Serpent Episode 155 Your browser does not support the audio element.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
176 Ratings

176 Ratings

Doogans34 ,

Do You Even Snake, Bro?!

This is the one. Know it or not, this is the podcast you've been searching for. The Snake Bros will charm you with their brotherly banter and infectioussssss laughter, discussing the best of the Ancient & Mysterious topics, from pyramids to procession, shamir shaping impossiblocks, Yuga cycles and the Younger Dryas, along with excellent deep dives into the works of Graham Hancock, Randall Carlson, Christopher Dunn, John Anthony West and more.

Are you tired of listening to the skerps make excuses for the standard model? Don't be a Johnson! Download Brothers of the Serpent today, the fastest 2 hours in podcasting with the most fantastic music in podcasting (Kyle!). Come for Certificate of Ignorance and stay for the 30% brain expansion, guaranteed. Friends or family may ask about your new longhead status, to which you can reply, Do You Even Snake, Bro?!

Shout out to the Snake Force in the discord. The Watcher is watching.

My way of the Snake: Graham -> Joe -> Randall -> SSSSSSSNAKES!

PS- Also check out Kosmographia, their buttflap-rattling podcast with Randall Carlson!

Shaunvis ,

Interesting information, hosted by Beavis and Butthead

This show is pretty interesting, has a lot of things I really want to learn more about.

Unfortunately it is made unlistenable by the hosts. They giggle like Beavis and Butthead every time they say something. Constant laughing at things that are not even funny.

“There are ancient ruins that predate known civilization in the area…. Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahha”

“There might be infinite universes. Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha”

Good info is always ruined by 10-20 seconds of laughter at things that just are not funny. It’s like the guys smoke a half pound of weed, then do the show.

I want to like it, I just wish it was done seriously. It would probably be great if it was.

The_J_Man_ ,

Terrible podcast.....5 Stars!

Seriously, you need to know what you are getting into when you start to listen to this podcast! Your time (and lots of it) will be consumed but yet, well spent. The Snake Bros have an outstanding chemistry and discuss topics and materials that range from the esoteric, to the mundane, such as the fundamental prehistoric garments all humans wore prior to 8000BC.

Think Cartalk meets Stuff You Should Know, combined with The Portal and of course.....Snakes!

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