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Brothers of the Serpent

Nov 10, 2022

Note: We are leaving for Egypt, this will be the last normal episode for a few weeks!

In Part 7 of our deep dive into Charles Hapgood's The Path of the Pole, we continue the discussion of the mysteries of "orogenesis" or mountain building. What forces can cause the enormous uplifts of so much rock? What is the cause of...


Nov 3, 2022

Continuing our deep dive into Charles Hapgood's The Path of the Pole, we discuss the evidence that advances and retreats of the massive Pleistocene ice sheets in North America and Europe were apparently in opposition, such that whenever there was an advance in Europe, for example, there was a retreat of ice in North...


Oct 27, 2022

Getting into the depths of the Path of the Pole in our ongoing book report. We talk about volcanism and its possible role in drastically affecting climate during catastrophic crustal shift periods, causing all the glacial and interglacial periods we see evidence for in the recent glaciation.

Hapgood also details...


Oct 20, 2022

Part 4 of our deep dive into Charles Hapgood's The Path of the Pole
This week, we look at evidence for a warm arctic during the last ice age, with islands currently within the arctic circle showing evidence for much warmer climates in the late pleistocene. We also read about evidence from other key places around the...


Oct 6, 2022

Part 3 of our deep dive into Charles Hapgood's The Path of the Pole.  This week, we look at more evidence of past pole configurations different from the present, as well as evidence against the idea that in the past, the earth spent long periods of time with a uniformly warm or cold climate, which was one of the...