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IV. “Knowledge” Erroneously Attributed to Transcendental  Realization  The person in the street often believes that knowledge has three sources  (transcendental, actual and vicarious). The first “source” is that it just pops into  your head. This “source” of information or knowledge can be dismissed out of hand.  There is no evidence to suggest that it is anything more than a lie or at best the  unconscious remembrance of what someone experienced or was told, with the actual  empirical source forgotten. Transcendental knowledge has no consistent  relationship with truth. In fact it is typically thought to be true regardless of the 
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