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kings 70:6sec(789;8)
aristocracy exerted restraining influence upon 70:6.6(790;3)
believed sacred, often kept in seclusion 70:6.4-5(790;1)
early war lords not fond of peace 70:5.6(789;4)
greatly restricted by mores, unwritten law 70:12.3-4(798;2)
hereditary k., belief in divine origin, avoided succession anarchy 70:6.2-4(789;9), 85:6.5(948;5)
knowledge of Material Sons gave prestige to idea 55:7.2(632;1)
moneylenders made themselves k. with debtor armies69:5.8(776;6)
permitted to marry close kin to keep royal blood pure 82:5.4,7(918;4)
restrained by ever-present fear of assassination 70:6.6(790;3)
war has always been a kingmaker 70:5.5(789;3)
worshiped by primitives 85:6.2(948;2)
trance prophet from Bagdad, self-deceived pretender 148:8.3(1666;2)
confederation of Sargon; Mesopotamia city state 78:8.8-9(876;5)
Salem school at 95:1.6,10(1043;1)
early Christians greeted with a holy 194:4.7(2067;2)
Judas betrayed Jesus with 183:3.5(1974;3)
originated in ceremony of saliva exchange 70:3.7(787;7)
continuation of primitive ritual 87:6.10(965;4)
Jesus denounced belief in 150:3.12(1681;7)
a little k. is dangerous, disconcerting 2:7.4(42;5), 131:8.4(1452;2), 195:6.3(2076;8)
cumulative, because k. can be communicated to succeeding generations 160:2.3(1775;4)
cumulative, because k. enables man to stand on shoulders of those preceding him 81:6.23(909;4)
dangerous to know much in days of barbarism 88:6.6(972;6)
dependent on research except on Paradise, where k. is inherent 24:2.2(266;8), 30:3.5(339;2)
effort to execute k. results in wisdom 50:5.7(577;2)
eternal quest; way always open to acquire more 27:5sec(301;6), 44:3.6(502;5), 102:2.4(1120;1)
evolutionary k. is accumulation of protoplasmic memory material 101:6.4(1111;8)
factual k. exerts little influence unless emotionally activated 99:4.5(1090;1)
finite k. only relatively complete and locally accurate 2:7.1(42;2)
goal of k. is to attain truth 27:6.2(302;6)
greatest k. is to know religious life of Jesus 196:1.3(2090;4)
is power 81:6.9(907;6)
Jesus accumulated k., then classified and correlated 127:6.14(1405;6)
no absolute certainty regarding 102:2.4(1120;1)
not real until facts are unraveled and correlated into meaning 102:2.5(1120;2)
permits greater appreciation of meanings and values 111:6.7(1222;6)
physical sciences reach height of development in post-Magisterial era 52:4.8(595;3), 55:4.5(627;3)
possessed only by sharing 25:4.5(279;6), 48:7.28(557;12)
recognition is fitting sensory impressions into memory patterns 111:4.1(1219;7)
sphere of fact-discerning mind 130:4.10(1435;2)
Adamson's civilization situated near 77:5.10(862;4), 78:1.3(868;5)
Asoka established Buddhism in 94:9.1(1037;4), 94:11.1(1038;8)
Semite appellation of Deity 96:1.9(1053;7)