I like David but...
His comments on the inconvenient truth poster is laughable, he claims the smoke pattern represents the galaxy, ahh.. no Dave that's a cyclone, yes
they do look like galaxy formations.
David is also an advocate of aether theory however he uses Einsteins concept of space time in his analysis. Space time replaced the aether, you can't
have it both ways. A terrible tragedy IMO, space time is a human mental construct.
The pine cone thing is a stretch, not only do some of his references simply not look like pine cones, but there stronger evidence that the pine cone
is related to psychedelic mushrooms used in ancient shamanic traditions predating religion. The pine cone represents the conifer tree under which the
amanita muscara mushroom grew, the symbolism is rife throughout Christianity.
Watch "The Pharmacratic Inquisition" for a much more compelling interpretation of the symbolism of the pine cone and the intertwining serpents.
David refers to the god Bacchus, this is were he is closest to the truth.
Inebriation was an integral part of ancient traditions stemming from shamanism. It's still with us today. The use of substances to reach into the
spirit world is older than religion itself. Religion is an extension of these ancient practices. So yes some substances open up the pineal gland.
The pyramids were most likely resonance instruments induced by chanting and music to use low frequencies to propel the shaman into inner space so to
speak. Some EEG experiments actually support this.
That's just for starters. Some is so far into fantasy land, or exists in the realms of legends or myth I don't no where to start. Except to say that
dozens of interpretations can seem valid from a certain perspective.
As I said I like David, however he makes broad leaps between some very interesting facts, and for someone who doesn't like talking about the Edgar
Cayce thing he sure seems comfortable with it now.
Spiritually evolved people are always humble, I get more of a sense of egotism from him.
As for 2012, this I think is the best theory to date and it's backed by hard astronomical facts.
The Actual Astronomy of 2012