I have a personal issue with Hancock and that is... he came out publicly that he quit weed because his life revolved around it. But, then he left all of his great ideas behind and started writing fantasy again, all clouded with his infatuation with Ayahuasca/DMT. I feel he just lost the plot (as a new historian). I'm an old Head, I get drugs, I've seen "god", I get it. But, to really push such a delicate environment, I think it's a little misguided (throw NewEarth in there as another pro-DMT'er).What's your opinion of Shoch? I found him talking alongside the pyramid guy. Why would he go along with the pyramids being watered/rained on, and not underwater structures? I hope this doesn't derail anything, just curious. I know Hancock has a less than stella rep. in this circle. I heard what Hancock/Shoch had to say and it opened my view up but I haven't followed them since.
Then, he shows up on Joe Rogan and he starts to antagonize those who don't agree with him (which is basically anyone who got turned on by him, otherwise, no one knows who the heck he even is). This bothered me the most because he was in the same position with his theories and here he goes joining the shady media force behind all misconceptions and misdirections.
I love Schoch, I really do, he's on the verge of being that grumpy Indiana Jones type. Unfortunately, he'll be long dead before we see that rainwater caused erosion to the Sphinx is in any history book. Anyway, Graham tells the story that he brings Schoch to dive Yonaguni. Schoch was already nervous as heck and he had a small go at it. Apparently, he panicked or equipment failure (I can't tell what was being blamed) and he had enough. What Schoch did see during his brief dive amounted to what he considers full on naturally made. Maybe that's why those two have drifted apart and they aren't smoking weed on Rogan's podcast with Randall and Elon...