GTA 5 Viral Site Goes Live, Confuses Us With Satire of Scientology
We might not have heard anything from Rockstar about Grand Theft Auto 5 during their recent earning’s call, but if the launch of the Spoof cult religion website ‘The Epsilon Program‘ is something to go by, they are definitely cooking something. Perhaps, preparing for a big announcement at Gamescom?
The Epsilon Program is clearly taking a jab or two at the Scientology with the clear motive to disrupt people with sane mindsets. According to the 12 tenets of Kifflom, the website lists:
- Sperm does not exist – it is a lie spread by biology teachers – along with everything else you have ever been told – FACT!
- Dinosaurs are a lie that people believe because they are weak – FACT!” and “We all come from the same tree – FACT!
On the website, you can find different email address for cash donations and testimonials from the cult faithful, coincidentally all these people have lived in Grand Theft Auto City.
Jeremy Smith of San Fierro says:
- Much better than Inversion Therapy. My mother sleeps much easier now that I’ve joined the fellowship. Kifflom!
Jonas Ackerman of San Andreas says:
- Kifflom changed my life. I used to have a well-paid job, a family and good prospects. Now, I’ve given that up to find real meaning in wearing light blue and proclaiming my real religion. Kifflom!
If you have some free-time, hop-in and see if you can find out what they are up to.