Thus, there had to have been a first movement that started it all (god) We can deduce the existence of god to the fact that anything moves at all. In any event, hume believes that he has come up with a decisive argument" that will be an everlasting check to all kinds of superstitious delusion". I. e. not simply miracles, but tokens of every type of fabulous testimony (supernatural, paranormal, conspiracy theories, etc. Hume the wise person proportions their belief to the evidence. Experience involves the constant conjunction of events the greater the repetition of conjoined events, the greater the probability of our judgment of their future occurrence. If we receive testimony from someone, we judge it in relation to our own experience. If a witness testifies to some extraordinary event, we: 1) consider it such because it has low probability as far as our experience admits: we judge its truth based on the contrariety of evidence".