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Best SnakeBros podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
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Updated April 2020
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Both of our parents join us in the tangent cube for this episode, to talk about their backgrounds and tell stories of the shenanigans we got up to as kids, and their philosophy of education that had such a huge impact on how we go about life, always trying to learn new things from the natural world around us. This is a special episode for us, and a…
 
We have an excellent and mind-expanding discussion with Dr. Chandra Wickramasinghe about panspermia and the cosmic origins of life, and how evidence has been building for decades that space itself may contain a "micro-biome" consisting of vast numbers of single-cell life forms and viruses, and that these are constantly raining down upon the earth, …
 
We take a break from the book reports and deep dives and relax a bit, talking about whatever comes to mind through the course of the show. We also streamed this episode live to the Discord chat, which was fun, and is something we plan to do more of in the future. We catch up on listener emails and Kyle reads an excellent story about an exoplanet wh…
 
Interview Starts at 36:00 Suzanne Worthley joins us to chat About her book An Energy Healers Book of Dying - For Caregivers and Those in Transition. We chat about frequency in search of balance, the place between lives, helping others transition, letting go, and being stuck in limbo from suicide. We also chat about abortion regrets, soul contracts,…
 
We finish our long deep dive into Velikovsky's Earth in Upheaval with this 6th installment of the series. In this episode we look at fossil plants and insects preserved in coal seams, seemingly shredded into small pieces yet preserved so well that the color of the insects is intact and leaves still contain chlorophyll. We also look into the mystery…
 
Interview Starts at 31:15 Nick Hinton joins us to chat about the Randonaut’s and his book the “Saturn Time Cube Simulation”. We chat a lot about synchronicities, black cubes, the middle path, cymatics, frequencies, Saturn, memes, and magick. We also get into global consciousness, crime, quantum random number generators, Tartaria, writing, awakening…
 
Diving deeper into Velikovsky's book, Earth in Upheaval, we look at submerged caves and rising seas, stranded shorelines and ancient lakes, old water levels now tilted many degrees off the horizontal, strange glacier flow evidence and always unexpectedly young dates for artifacts, fossils, and geological features. We talk about the magnetic field o…
 
Furthering our deep dive into Velikovsky's book, Earth in Upheaval, we read and discuss about the evidence of sea-bottom sediments not matching up with expectations of uniformitarian theory, with deep sea clays showing evidence of cosmic dust from meteorites being over a thousand times more abundant than was expected, with sands from what was once …
 
Interview Starts at 29:10 Bret Yacobucci, The Wizard joins us to chat about Unique Perspective Metaphysical, Rune and Tarot readings, hunting ghosts and demons, and skating that line between dark and light as a Grey Man. We also chat about gut feelings, dreams and precog’s, ET’s, Chakra Balancing, exorcism, shamanism. Bret performs a spontaneous Ru…
 
Continuing with Earth in Upheaval, we first loop back again to the section on Charles Lyell and the beginnings of Uniformitarianism in geology, re-read some of the quotes of Lyell, and parse them more carefully, just to make it clear exactly what this man was saying about early geologists and their "indolent" tendencies. We then skip ahead to where…
 
Interview Starts 46:25 Alex Kazemi joins us for a great chat about practical magick and his new book “Pop Magick”. We talk about how magick has helped his life, walking the straight edge, meditating to increase attention, various forms of magick, and non victim mentality. Spiritual warfare, taking responsibility, synchronicity, pure awareness, conn…
 
Justin joins us for a swapcast to answer some of his questions about ancient history. We chat about some of his latest video’s on “placenta evolving from an ancient retrovirus” and the “Doggerland dredging”. We also chat about suspending belief, the Ancient Frontier Project, hidden hand of history, human evolution, conquistadors, genetics and his g…
 
We continue our deep dive into Velikovski's excellent book, Earth in Upheaval, first backtracking a bit from the last episode to go over the "beginnings of Uniformitarianism", the early study of mass ice movements in places around the globe, and some of Charles Darwin's observations of the evidence for the catastrophic extinction of species. Then w…
 
Interview starts at 45:25 Mike Beaver joins us to talk about his book that he is trying to find an agent for. He’s had quite the career and experiences over the decades and has amassed an incredible amount of info/stories/links and documents on his website. We chat about his paranormal experiences, attached spirits, addiction, human history, the as…
 
We start a new deep dive into another book, Immanuel Velikovsky's Earth in Upheaval. Unlike his earlier, very controversial book "Worlds in Collision", which sought to tie ancient myth and legend together with ancient texts and oral traditions found around the world into a coherent narrative of global cataclysm, Upheaval has no myth, no legend, no …
 
Darren from the Grimerica Podcast flew all the way down from Canada to hang out on the Plateau and do Texas stuff with us(guns, bbq, and podcasting). We had a lot of fun, sent a lot of lead downrange, blew some shit up, brainstormed future Contact at the Cabin events, and sat down in the Tangent Cube for a bit of podcasting. We talk about how we go…
 
We host our first ever real call-in show type podcast and a big thanks to all the listeners who called in to tell us stories, talk about important topics or eps and give us some great feedback. Thank you to John, Chris, Mark, Morgan, Russ, Bill, Jack, Matt, Chris, Allie, Lewcifer, Chumbo, JVL, Dave, Julian, Kyle, Paul and Dan for calling in and sup…
 
After the excellent conversation we had with Chris Dunn, Robert Vawter, and Eric Wilson last week regarding new developments in Chris' work on lost technologies in ancient Egypt and the Giza Power Plant concept, we still felt we had to return to the final chapters of the book and complete the deep dive properly. We also have George Howard on for a …
 
Interview Starts at 37:10 Courtney Kittrell joins us to chat about her book Unapologetically Favoured and her time in the military as a black lesbian woman. She tells a powerful and emotional story about leadership, learning from mistakes, intuition, dealing with an active shooter, and personal struggles. We also chat about UFO’s, having good frien…
 
As we reach the penultimate episode on our deep dive into Christopher Dunn's work, we are joined by none other than the engineer and author himself, as well as two of his colleagues: Robert Vawter, a sound engineer with a degree in anthropology, and Eric Wilson, an engineer who works for Rolls Royce, who has recently become interested in Chris' wor…
 
Interview Starts at 49:05 JR Hodge, aka OddManOut, joins us to chat about the deep state, his journey from one wing to no wings, politics, and his new podcast. We hit a few third rail topics so we’ll see if this stays on youtube. We also chat about documentaries, books and other shows highlighting the New World Order. Check out his OddManOut Instag…
 
We cover material from chapters 9-12 on this episode, diving deeper in the the strange features within the Great Pyramid, and reading about Chris Dunn's hypothesis on what this ancient structure may actually have been for. Kyle also reads a relevant article about the story of Caliph Al-Mamun who supposedly dug his way into the great pyramid, creati…
 
Interview Starts at 1:09:15 Rick Strassman returns to chat about Darren’s DMT experience, his latest novel - Joseph Levi Escapes Death, research into DMT, and correlations to the Hebrew Bible. We also chat about DMT and the Pineal Gland, state of mind, visions and voices, zen Buddhism, psilocybin psychotherapy and lots of other stuff. https://www.r…
 
We continue our deep dive into Christopher Dunn's excellent book, "The Giza Power Plant" in this third installment of the series. We follow Mr. Dunn's musings on the enigma of Coral Castle, and how one small man was able to move enormous amounts of weight around and construct a megalithic park by himself, with no help from anyone else, and how this…
 
Interview starts at 29:50 Chris Knowles joins us in Grimerica for a long awaited chat about his first “fiction” book He Will Live up in the Sky. We also chat about his various blogs, symbolism, hollywood wokeness, practicing magic, the system, and the late Roman Republic. We touch on laws, the system, political correctness, Chinese intelligence, ng…
 
We continue in our exploration of the history of discovery in the Great Pyramid, on the Giza Plateau, and in Egypt in general, by way of Christopher Dunn's book, "The Giza Power Plant". We make some corrections from part one, then dive into the mysterious "Well Shaft" feature that connects the Descending Passage to the bottom of the Grand Gallery. …
 
Somewhat of an annual holiday tradition, we are joined by podcasting friends Micah Hanks, Cruzin with Steak, Cat in the Box and Michael in our studio. We chat about social media, learning new languages, UFO’s, synchronicities, solstice, to shoot or not to shoot Sasquatch, guns, moon exploration and much more. See links below for links to the other …
 
Having enjoyed Christopher Dunn's "Lost Technologies of Ancient Egypt" so much, and having finished with John Anthony West's excellent "Serpent in the Sky", we decided to "stay in Egypt" and tackle Dunn's earlier work, "The Giza Power Plant". And, like in "Lost Technologies", Dunn's practical engineering mindset and perspective immediately appeals …
 
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