The problem with this preference is that by default you are limited to this reality or level of the game having to provide answers which are for questions which are found in another reality or level of the game.
Those answers - to the best of my knowledge - are only found at the level of the individual and the individual must investigate and find out for themselves.
In doing so, as many have done - the answers are provided from that other game level and are subjective so cannot (because of this) be substantiated by anyone other than peers - that is correct - by peers - those who have made the effort and report their findings - their subjective findings which collaborate in a objective manner.
So the answers are not 'made up' although they are generally explained through story form - like parables - because language is a limitation and hard to explain concepts (like other realities) have the best chance of making some kind of sense through this medium...movies have the additional device of imagery.
Magicians have a better chance of convincing you that some of their more profound illusions are explainable by running through the process of 'how it is done' than anyone who experiences non-ordinary realities connected to this reality does.
However, you would not question a magician as to weather they are in fact performing an illusion (like making a Lear jet disappear) or mucking with some kind of multidimensional portal function which ordinary science has no knowledge of or interest in checking out. You simply accept the explanation that the magician tells you - 'it is a clever illusion' and you accept this without any scientific evidence to support the claim that it is an illusion.
In this case you might say "I accept answers that cannot be supported, they are not made up"