HH has acknowledged this type of passive rotary for years (he even mentions it in his books). What HH teaches and what is typically talked about as a pivot are totally different beasts. And I find it hard to believe you don't know that.
I wouldn't be surprise if the conversation he and I had played a role in his transformation, as the WC links I posted and the growing usage of pivoting on the WC circuit probably made it painfully clear to him that he would not be able to carry on with his inaccurate denial much longer.
No, Max, what HH is teaching now is not at all a different beast from what is typically talked about in the professional world of instruction. He'd like you to think it is,,, he believes he will benefit financially from you holding that belief,,, but the reality is it's the same creature.
What HH is now teaching is the same pivot that has been taught and used for years. The same pivot entries that racers have learned and used for years. Study the definition and history of the word anticipation in regard to ski instruction. You'll find it has a long history, and it refers to the very countering strategy you guys now talk about. The only difference; HH calls them passive rotary entry air turns.
Max, is your purpose here to learn the differences between PSIA and PMTS,,, or is it to attempt to tell us? Some of us over here do have a little knowledge also,,, and BS just doesn't fly. I understand and appreciate that you have absolute faith in HH and all that he says, and therefor trust that you truly believe all you relay to us from his preachings. I therefor attribute the misconceptions you hold to that faith, and also being a newly developing skier that may not have the technical and historic knowledge base to understand and recognize BS when it flies at you.
There are, however, some here who do have that knowledge base, and our BS meters are acutely accurate. I would strongly encourage you to plug yours back in. Confidence in a mentor is a necessary commodity, but blind faith can sometimes lead one down a rocky road.