General Relativity (GR) is not a scientific theory. The mathematicians either present unimaginable objects (4-D space-time, 0-D point particle, tesseract, warped or infinite space) or propose the movement of concepts (energy transfer, movement of the center of mass, field accelerating a particle). Relativists only offer supernatural and irrational explanations for physical phenomena. In this sense, relativity has by far outdone traditional religion. Because GR cannot point to a physical entity as required by the scientific method, relativists are compelled to explain their theories through analogies. The problem is that the analogies of GR are misconceived. They do not help us understand four-dimensional objects. The analogies simply reinforce that relativists don't understand the scientific method.