Serpents have been worshipped as gods for a long time. The Aztecs in Mexico, the ancient Egyptians, and more have venerated the serpent. The people of Nashville, Tennessee built an exact replica of the Temple of Athena (also known as Diana), and 100 years later they unveiled the 42-foot tall statue of Athena at the altar. On her wrist is a serpent and at her feet is another. Will people travel to this temple and worship Athena? What did the city government of San Jose, California have erected? Is there a serpent in a mural at the George Washington National Masonic Monument? The answers to these questions and much more are on this week’s explosive program, The Serpents In Our Midst.