You are going to have to do better than this.
Earlier you said:
I will once again point out the fingerposts, but remember they are only pointers. You can analyze them empirically but they are always going to mean more then your empirical analysis.
How do we know that the fingerposts mean more than any empirical analysis will demonstrate? How do we know?
The concept of revelation is of no help here since many incompatible beliefs are held to be the products of revelation. If we are to have an epistemology of the supernatural, then we need some way of figuring out when we’ve reached the truth about the supernatural. And simply declaring that some truth has been revealed isn’t going to cut it (precisely because some many incompatible truths are claimed as revelations).