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Scott Alan Roberts is the founder and publisher of Intrepid Magazine, a journal eclectically focused on science, politics, fringe physics, metaphysics and unexplained phenomena. He is a talk radio host, popular public speaker and stand-up philosopher. Roberts is the author of The Rise and Fall of the Nephilim. He has been interviewed on scores of radio shows and is the former editor in chief of TAPS ParaMagazine, the official publication of SyFy's host Hunters. He attended Bible college and seminary, but left ministerial pursuits for a 34-year career as an art director, creative director and accomplished illustrator and designer in advertising. He lives with his wife and children near Minneapolis.
"Fortunately, Scott Roberts boldly goes where few men have surfaced from, providing a well-balanced, innovative, and insightful approach to the topic." --Philip Coppens, author of The Ancient Alien Question "In the midst of a daunting modern landscape of pseudointellectualism, the edges of which are lined with the vague, whimsical paranoia of reptilian conspiracies, Scott Alan Roberts breathes some much needed life into the debate over the reptilian archetype in our myth and culture." --Micah Hanks, author of The UFO Singularity "Roberts has done every Christian a service by bringing together the myths of various cultures and religions surrounding the figure of the serpent, coupling them with the UFO phenomena, and posing very serious questions regarding the origins of faith, the veracity of Sacred Scripture, and the nature of spiritual and temporal reality. This book isn't just another 'ancient alien' offering, with the usual evidence and conclusions, but a tapestry of religious, archaeological, and cultural information designed to challenge not only the easy answers of faith, but the entrenched sanctity of the science of anthropology." --Fr. Jack Ashcraft, Byzantine Catholic Priest