Omnipotent Serpents

Omnipotent Serpents

Omnipotent Serpents is a private breeding operation Located in Austin, Texas, we have been raising and breeding snakes for over 25 years. 

Black Eyed Lucy Ball Python

Our Mission

Our Mission at Omnipotent Serpents is to produce the highest quality Ball Pythons with genetic color and pattern mutations that we think are incredible, while also improving husbandry and quality of life for all captive reptiles.

A few of our Genetic Projects

Desert Ghost

The Desert Ghost morph is a recessive, color and pattern altering mutation that enhances all combos and looks amazing on its own. Desert Ghost is not to be confused with the Desert gene which has reproductive issues. 

Omnipotent serpents has numerous projects going with this gene including Desert Ghost Clown combos.


Cryptic is a relatively new gene that is doing great combos with Desert Ghost and Pied. Cryptic is allelic with Clown. A visual "double het" Clown and Cryptic looks Cryptic and it called a Crypton.

Omnipotent Serpents is working with the Enchi Lesser Crypton pictured to produce amazing combos with this gene.

Triple Visual Recessive!!

This is a rare combo with 3 visual recessive traits. 

Desert Ghost, Pied, and Cryptic. 

This male was imported from Europe to accelerate some of our genetic projects creating incredible combos with all of these genes.



The Piebald gene is one of the oldest and most popular Ball Python mutations, cropping up in the early 1980's

Omnipotent Serpents produces Piebald combinations with Orange Dream, Enchi, Leopard, Fire and Yellowbelly.

This snake has OD, Enchi and Fire.

Clown Ball Python


The Clown Ball Python typically has a reduced pattern with a thick dark brown dorsal stripe and only slight banding from the “alien heads” of a Normal. 

Omnipotent Serpents has produced Clown combos with Leopard, Enchi, Fire and Desert Ghost. Now that Clown has proven allelic with Cryptic we are working on several Crypton (double het Cryptic and Clown) projects.


Toffee and Candy are incredible genes that are vibrant yellow and purple and are allelic with Albino. The visual "double het" are called Toffino/Candino.

Omnipotent Serpents has been working with this gene since 2012. It is one of our favorites. Currently we are working on Toffee/Candy Pied combos.

Did you know?

The ball python (Python regius), also called the royal python, is a python species native to West and Central Africa, where it lives in grasslands, shrublands and open forests. This nonvenomous constrictor is the smallest of the African pythons, growing to a maximum length of 182 cm (72 in). The name "ball python" refers to its tendency to curl into a ball when stressed or frightened.

Support USARK

The United States Association of Reptile Keepers (USARK) is a science, education and conservation-based advocacy for the responsible private ownership of, and trade in reptiles and amphibians. USARK endorses caging standards, sound husbandry, escape prevention protocols, and an integrated approach to vital conservation issues. Their goal is to facilitate cooperation between government agencies, the scientific community, and the private sector in order to produce policy proposals that will effectively address important husbandry and conservation issues. The health of these animals, public safety and maintaining ecological integrity are USARKS primary goals.

Omnipotent Serpents is a Silver USARK member

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