How to unlock and complete the Epsilon Institute’s Accepting the Truth

In this video we’re going through how unlock the GTA 5 Epsilon Institute missions, and complete the GTA V mission, Accepting the Truth.

Kifflom! My name’s Dan and I’m an Old, Grumpy Gamer.

Grand Theft Auto is a truly massive game. Between GTA 5 and the constant updates from Rockstar for GTA Online; there’s no shortage of new content and interesting things to do.

Join me, then, in our continuing series, getting gold in every damn mission, in GTA 5 as we look at Grand Theft Auto Epsilon Institute mission, Accepting the Truth.

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This one is pretty straightforward; once you’ve seen it done – but is a bit of a pain the first time around.

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About Accepting the Truth

The player is led to Ice Planet Jewelry on Clinton Avenue in Downtown Vinewood, which is situated across from Pitchers. When Michael enters, he finds himself in a room filled with cardboard boxes. A lady called Marnie comes in behind him a few seconds later. She informs him about how the Epsilon Program helped her stop using drugs, and then she goes on to explain him about the Epsilon Program and its studies.

She then informs Michael that the only cost he must pay is $5000. He scoffs and declares that the sum is absurd. “How much would you pay for enlightenment?”

Marnie asks, and a guy enters, adding, “All the pennies I ever earned.” The two then attempt to persuade Michael to contribute to the cult in exchange for instructional materials. The two then leave the building through the front entrance, screaming “Kifflom!” to Michael as they do so.

To go on to the next task, wait for the e-mail, give $5000 on the website, and then wait for another Epsilon symbol to show on the map (take naps to speed up the process).

About the Epsilon Program

In Grand Theft Auto V, the Epsilon Program is considerably more prominent. The show’s offices are located on Spanish Avenue in Rockford Hills, Los Santos, close protagonist Michael De Santa’s house.

Early in the game, the player may hear a Weazel News report claiming that the United States government has denied the Epsilon Program religious classification, allowing it to be taxed. According to Weazel News, Cris Formage was spotted weeping on the courthouse steps as a result of the movement. This may be why the cult asks Michael for huge amounts of money when their missions begin.

Michael also has the option of joining the Epsilon Program. These missions are started by logging on to the Epsilon website as Michael and filling out a brief survey. Following the completion of the survey, Michael will be able to perform the following tasks:

  • Seeking the Truth
  • Accepting the Truth
  • Assuming the Truth
  • Chasing the Truth
  • Bearing the Truth
  • Delivering the Truth
  • Exercising the Truth
  • Unknowing the Truth

Epsilon Program Aftermath

After completing all of these tasks, Michael will be approached by Marnie Allen, who will inform him that he must locate all 10 Epsilon Tracts in order to write the Epsilon Tract of the 9th Paradigm, which she claims has already been written. Without her assistance, the 10 Epsilon Tracts must be gathered in a particular sequence and cannot be discovered. Michael will notice a tiny puzzle at the end of each text message he gets from her, which will reveal the location of the next Epsilon Tract.

Michael will be able to read The Epsilon Tract of the 9th Paradigm, Year 157 on the Epsilon website as a prize for locating all of the tracts.

The player may visit the website as both Trevor and Franklin, but he or she will be unable to see any of the pages. The website will have the following text: “Access Is Restricted! Your IP address has been marked as Unsaveable!” “Only stupid people join cults,” Trevor will say, or “If I wanted to be in a cult, I would have established one.” Franklin will do the same, calling Kifflom’s idea “dumb” or claiming that it isn’t for him and that he isn’t ready yet.