First, it's ChNN - not ChNNN. Second, it's not "Gyatso", it's Tenzin Gyatso, i.e., if you want to refer to the Dalai Lama by his name, though usually it's "HHDL" however, as in "His Holiness the Dalai Lama". Of course, his full given name is Jetsun Jamphel Ngawang Lobsang Yeshe Tenzin Gyatso, and his birth name is Lhamo Dondrub...
That aside, personally I am not that interested in religion, although there are many nice aspects about it. I am interested in Dharma, and I am interested in Dzogchen.
You mention belief systems, which Buddhism is.
But your house is not a belief system. Fish in the ocean, rain from the clouds, trees in the forest, people in the streets - these are not belief systems. These are observable entities, so to speak.
I don't "believe" in fish, and nor do I believe in rain, trees or people. These are things I can experience for myself. You most likely have very few problems accepting your car or your house, what you had for dinner, and what socks you put on. But you're very quick to dismiss devas, and so on. All fake! Hallucinations! Clearly someone here needs to prescribe Haloperidol and ECT in large quantities!
But why the objection? Yes, I am not one who buys the newspaper to read the daily horoscope, or someone who believes in ghosts the way we see them from popular culture, or UFO's etc. I prefer not to believe anything really, but instead keep an open mind to what is possible, and what's not possible. I am quite sure much of what is being reported as UFO's are not actually real alien spaceships, but on the other hand it is probably very likely that there exists intelligent life "out there" somewhere. Quite a lot of respectable scientists are of the same opinion as well. Also, many of the mystical reports one can read about may not be actual encounters with devas, pretas or other beings. It could be something different.
But devas, pretas, dakinis, and so on do exist, and people on the path have met these beings and meet these beings many times. Instead of rejecting all of it with no hesitation, it is much better if you just admit that you a.) Don't know anything about these, and b.) Have not met any of these beings. Then, like mentioned above, keep an open mind, and a little less limited.
It is a pity that you call HHDL a political pawn, and paint ChNN - who supposedly is your own teacher - in a very negative light. It is also quite a pity that you so quickly reject what others have experienced as just hallucinations and similar.