On a more serious note, my thoughts are that the Holy Spirit--if truly guiding us--would NOT lead us into division, confusion and/or total isolation. It is a common trend nowadays for Protestants to reject the Church or start their own Church on the grounds that "The Holy Spirit guided me", believing that guidance by the Holy Spirit is somehow different than being a part of the Church. I think that this is false. True guidance of the Holy Spirit would NOT lead us astray into division, nor lead us into new teachings, but would lead us into UNITY!--just as St. Paul says in 1 Corinthians 1:10 "Now I plead with you brethren by the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that you all speak the same thing and that there be no divisions among you, but that you be perfectly joined together in the same mind and in the same judgment". If the Holy Spirit does not lead you into unity with the true Church, then it is not the Holy Spirit that is guiding you. Likewise, the Bible also teaches us not to formulate our own new doctrines and creeds on a whim, but to ADHERE to the traditions we were taught by St. Paul via both word and epistle. The Holy Spirit would not lead us into new teachings or weird modern doctrines, but would lead us into submission to the original teachings and doctrines that the Apostles delivered to us--which I am convinced are only found in the Orthodox Church.