Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Easter Egg - Epsilon Program

When you are up to the desert on WCTR Lazlow is talking to a guy called Chris Fomage, founder of the Epsilon Program, a religious cult in San Andreas (ripping off scientology). You can hear adds about it on the radio as well. There are even some peds that are in the epsilon program, if you find a backpacker he says stuff like "Kifflon, brother-uncle", and one of the barbers talks about the epsilon program aswell.
And you know that mansion in Los Santos near the airport and the beach? That is an epsilon headquarters. R* has even made a website about the epsilon program, it is www.epsilonprogram.com
I think R* is trying to tell us something...

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Contributed By: Anonymous on 03-23-2006
Reviewed By: Axel, MorPH
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LOF666 writes:
R* are only trying to tell us that they can make websites. The Epsilon Program is a made up religion to coincide with the other cults around at that time in America. They made a website for it the same as they did for Pogo The Monkey in GTA3 (www.pgogothemonkey.com)
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SsnakeBite writes:
There are many more references to the Epsilon Cult. For example, in the interview with Lazlow, the leader of this cult mentions a house with blue lights, and you can see a house from which blue lights emerge somewhere in the countryside (at the North of Los Santos if I remember correctly, but I might be mistaken). Also, when you go to a weapon shop, after buying something, the owner of the shop sometimes says "There are cultists everywhere." Apparently, there are also cowboys dressed in black in the small towns near the desert who also say stuff about the Epsilon Cult when you stumble into them, but I don't remember what exactly. It's probably the most in-depth Easter Egg Rockstar ever came up with. :P
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Nosferatu5 writes:
Huh. They always had the habit of making promotional or in-game websites.
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Colby writes:
I think Danielle is right. they are trying to brainwash us by affecting our subconscious with subliminal messaging
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Daniele needs to chill out...
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Daniel writes:
this is freaky sh*t they are f***ing around with our heads and there giving us subliminal messages
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