Quantum theory as applied to single events is a conglomerate of facts and myths. The structure of quantum theory provides the facts, but these are not sufficient to explain the observed data. There is a gap between predictions and observations. Nobody was able to accept the existence of this gap at the beginning of the 20th century. Thus, myths were provided by the opinion leaders of that time in order to fill in the gap. But today, almost hundred years later, we have an accumulated set of theoretical and experimental results which tell us that these myths lead to contradictions and to a never ending series of further miracles and paradoxes. It is time to accept the gap, i. e. indeterminism as unavoidable feature of our description of nature.