“The act of believing, not what you believe, makes you a believer.” So declares the manifesto of this simple faith that transcends all faiths. The Believers started with three rationalists who became discontent with rational and reductive explanations of the power of belief. They had seen things that the placebo effect could not explain. They became tired of attributing miracles to human fallibility. They realized that humans had powers that other faiths knew of but that no faith could claim were exclusively their own.