Well some experts seem to think we'll be playing Grand Theft Auto V before April. I'd be surprised — pleasantly surprised — if that happens. But now it seems as though the viral marketing for the game is starting to kick off. And it takes the form of a pretty crazy parody of Scientology/any religious cult you care to name.
Head to the website for The Epsilon Program, and have a gander.
According to the site...
— The Earth is actually 157 years old. — Sperm does not exist. — Trees talk and we all come from a tree. The same tree.
The only real hint the site has anything to do with the Grand Theft Auto universe — besides the whole absurd religious satire thing — is on the testimonials section of the site...
"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!' - Jonas Ackerman, Blueberry, San Andreas
"At first, I was nervous about giving up my identity and sleeping with all of those men, but I really enjoy it now." - Mary Fortune, Liberty City
"Cris Formage is a genius. It's a religion without homework!" - Morgan August, Los Santos, San Andreas.
There's also a twitter account, which you can follow here.