Seriah is joined by the Snake Brothers to discuss, among other things, their recent investigations in Turkey. Topics include heavy metal music and its psychological effects, Gobekli Tepe, Graham Hancock, tourism, an interactive experience for visitors, early archeology vs current archaeology, the disastrous earthquake and flood in Turkey, Turkish museums, Karahan Tepe, a massive pile of modern-style gravel with things hidden in it, the Giza pyramids, unexplained ancient construction, Uncharted X, preservation of ancient important artifacts, purposes for hiding ancient secrets, the “Derelict” and “Fathom” fictional podcasts, “The Dresden Files” podcast and TV series, the Biblical Nimrod vs bad king Nimrut Dagi, assumption of tombs vs evidence of hidden chambers, the “Stone Hills” and buried sites, megalithic stone circles, midden mounds, T pillars, fertile soil atop barren mountains, occupation layers, archaeologist Jens Notroff, the difficulties of dating ancient structures and materials, ancient iconoclastic actions, evidence of ancient sophisticated construction including advanced mathematics and blueprint scaling, pillars that resemble giant mushrooms, archeologist Martin Sweatman and the zodiac, generational knowledge and lost civilizations, the books “Futuristic Violence and Fancy Suits” and “Zoey Punches the Future in the Dick” by Jason Pargin AKA David Wong, local Turkish farmers vs ancient megalithic structures, Egyptology, Pre-Pottery Neolithic A (PPNA) artifacts, misinterpretation of pillars, archeologist Klaus Schmidt, the story of a farmer who found an ancient artifact, a site older than Gobekli Tepe, a site of mass production of food in pre-historic times, ancient water management, Andrew Collins, astroarchaeology, and much more! This is a riveting deep dive into some fascinating material!
– Recap by Vincent Treewell ofThe Weird Part Podcast
Outro Music is Fifty Dollar Dynasty with Our Immortality