Knowledge for its own wonder is something close to heaven, I think.
Knowledge is our world, Jones. It is what the likes of you and I seek out before we take breath each day. For us this moment is akin to epiphany. An ancient world previously undiscovered for us to explore. The monotony of repeated experience gone, replaced by the angelic, awakening touch of the new.
Knowledge brings us closer to god. Although what god that is can occasionally be a problem, admittedly.
"When a group of preeminent archaeologists discovers a prehistoric map to an ancient tomb, they have no idea that they will spend the rest of their lives making sure that it does not fall into the wrong hands. Now, with Nazis hot on their trail, they entrust Indiana Jones with the map and a cryptic warning: 'Some mysteries are best left undiscovered.' Indy knows that he has to keep the artifact out of the hands of the Nazis, but are his motivations truly altruistic or has he let his curiosity cloud his perspective? It's a race around the globe as Indiana Jones attempts to stop a group of Hitler's Nazi elite from harnessing an ancient power of unrivaled destructive force that has been hidden for millennia in the mysterious Tomb of the Gods!" -- from publisher's web site.… (more)