Most knowledge is not beneficial. The energy we put into processing it and the space it takes up in us after we integrate it is more valuable than the knowledge itself. And because knowledge is practically infinite and we’re finite, it’s important that we search for what complements us and makes it easier to understand what our emotions and reactions to external events mean. In other words, we ought to seek that knowledge which helps decipher the divine lessons in our lives. Knowledge is just a means to translate the divine directions and higher energies into what’s intelligible in our 3D realm. When it becomes an end in itself, it’s weaponized to take advantage of those who aren’t aware and to create hegemonies and occultism.
Iblees is a prime example. He had intricate knowledge and yet that knowledge blinded him to what was essential.