Why tell the truth when we can feel it? Truth should not be a pathless land, rather we should be entitled to make up our own up as we go along and you really should believe them, no matter what. There's no sense getting objective facts. They get in the way of our personal experience. After all, if I experience something it must be true, not only for me, but for you too. If my experience isn't true for you then there must be something wrong with you. If you don't believe every word I say without question then you are some agent of the dark forces, at best.
We're studying metaphysical things anyway. There is no room for inconvenient little things like facts or objectivity. After all anything that requires proof is not faith and something that cannot be proven requires a great deal of faith and something that can positively be disproven requires ultimate faith. By the way, that has a name. It's called "costly authentication."
So I say, let's go at it and chuck anything that can be proven. Let's compile a list of everything that we can't prove and declare it a matter of deep and abiding faith.
...oh sorry, Susan tells me this has already happened in theosophy. Sorry to waste your time.
In which case we'll leave you with Stephen Colbert's video on truthiness. Never mind the politics...if you're not seeing red already.