Interesting, but not provable.
Firstly, it' all really interesting and I enjoy seeing different takes on the beginnings of the universe or life or however you want to see it. Still, this theory all comes down to throwing a certain amount of blind belief at the idea of spirit and therefore makes it no more credible than the modern day biblical accounts of creation that you make out to be such a leap of faith earlier in the animation. To try and use spirit to prove science is somewhat of an oxymoron. And the crop circle argument at the end is also a little thin and probably discredits the rest of what you are saying to some people. If ancient civilisations where able to create those shapes on carvings then I'm sure some people now can make them in corn fields.
Still, it is kind of cool to see something up on the front page that requires people to think a little and encourage some debate... Even if debate of faiths is ultimately pointless.