In any case, promoting conscious or unconscious belief, when it is to teach a spiritual doctrine or provide a scientific or commercial information, always produces these results, and when the particular person is not rebellious enough to not accept (and I don’t mean to be skeptical) that information until not verifying its veracity. Encourage, promote, inform and try to convince other people that create something, without respecting the freedom of thought, freedom of individual perception and the particular experience of the individual, in what refers to own impressions and information that every human being receives from the outside world and inside, as regards life, phenomenaideas, things, the others and oneself, is proceeding with a dictatorial attitude about the alien mind in the transmission of information, not to mention that every human being is entitled to investigate, reflect, experiment and understand all information until it is accepted or rejected. Human beings are is teaching us since long time ago what to believe and what not, what is evil and what is good, etc., but not teaches us to uncover the truth for ourselves. Already in the 6th century BC, Sidarta Gautama Buddha left said something that deserves to be pondered and that relates to what in this work have been indicating: do not believe in anything simply because tradition, say so even though many generations of people born in many places have believed in it for many centuries. Do not believe in anything just for the simple fact that many believe it or pretend to believe it. Do not believe in anything just because thus the sages of other eras have believed it. Do not believe in what you propose your own imagination, falling into the trap of thinking that Dios os inspired. Do not believe what say the Scriptures just because they say so. Do not believe the priests nor to any other human being. Steve Salis wanted to know more.