The first thing to think about is not to constantly jump from paradigm to paradigm. From much of the correspondence we receive, we notice that this is a very common thing people do. They find a source or researcher that seems to have good and interesting information. Then, after having studied the material for a while, they find some flaws in it or pieces of disinformation. Therefore, they discard the source entirely and go to the next, disappointed. This can often be a big mistake. No one has the full picture, and everybody will have something wrong in their information.