QUEST for OLD FORCE KNOWLEDGE: THE INQUESTS OF THE JEDI

force of the quest of the quest of the force

article by Henryk Szubinski
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THE BASIS OF THE DIVISIVE VECTOR IS THE DEPTH THAT IS lim x = infinite as the value approaches the vertical so that the displacement into the cubic fields will always return back to the positional Areas that define its motion as both infinetly deep and also infinetly flat.
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on the BASIS OF SOME SEARCH CATEGORIES as courtesy of Wookipedia and Wikipedia

I USED THE SEARCH FOR

1) QUESTION

A question may be either a linguistic expression used to make a request for information, or else the request itself made by such an expression. This information is provided with an answer.
Questions are normally put forward or asked using interrogative sentences. However they can also be formed by imperative sentences, which normally express commands: “Tell me what two plus two is”; conversely, some expressions, such as “Would you pass the salt?”, have the grammatical form of questions but actually function as requests for action, not for answers, making them allofunctional. (A phrase such as this could, theoretically, also be viewed not merely as a request but as an observation of the other person’s desire to comply with the request given.)

Philosophical questions

The philosophical questions are conceptual, not factual questions. There are questions that are not fully answered by any other. Philosophy deals with questions that arise when people reflect on their lives and their world. Some philosophical questions are practical: for example, “Is euthanasia justifiable?”, “Does the state have the right to censor pornography or restrict tobacco advertising?”, “To what extent are Mäori and Päkehä today responsible for decisions made by their ancestors?”.
Other philosophical questions are more theoretical, although they often arise through thinking about practical issues. The questions just listed, for example, may prompt more general philosophical questions about the circumstances under which it may be morally justifiable to take a life, or about the extent to which the state may restrict the liberty of the individual. Some fascinating, ‘classic’, questions of philosophy are speculative and theoretical and concern the nature of knowledge, reality and human existence: for example, “What, if anything, can be known with certainty?”, “Is the mind essentially non-physical?”, “Are values absolute or relative?”, “Does the universe need explanation in terms of a Supreme Intelligence?”, “What, if anything, is the meaning or purpose of human existence?”. Finally, the philosophical questions are typically about conceptual issues; they are often questions about our concepts and the relation between our concepts and the world they represent.

2)QUERY

3)INQUEST OR A BASIC INVESTIGATION THAT LED TO THE JEDIS FORMING INTO THE FORCE THAT THEY ARE

People’s Inquest was a Jedi watchgroup in the months before the Clone Wars. They supported Jonava Billane in the Case of “Baby Ludi”. Thrynka Padaunete was president of the Inquest. They were known for their multiple petitions and marches on the Jedi Temple. In one particular march, several Padawans were overwhelmed and were unable to quell the angry group. Jedi Master Plo Koon easily dispatched the disruptive mob using a Jedi mind trick.
In the wake of Order 66, the group aided the Galactic Empire by compiling a list of all known Jedi that were still at large, along with information on other Force-using sects.

THE BASIS IS THE OLD ENGLISH WORD ; QUEST

In mythology and literature, a quest, a journey towards a goal, serves as a plot device and (frequently) as a symbol. Quests appear in the folklore of every nation[1] and also figure prominently in non-national cultures. In literature, the objects of quests require great exertion on the part of the hero, and the overcoming of many obstacles, typically including much travel especially over a body of water.[citation needed] Travel also allows the storyteller to showcase exotic locations and cultures (an objective of the narrator, not of the character).[2]

A TYPE OF COMPARATIVE WITH THE DARK SIDE AND FEAR
THE COMPARISONS WITH THE JEDI AND FEAR IS BASIC TO QUEST DATA

The Story of the Youth Who Went Forth to Learn What Fear Was or The Story of a Boy Who Went Forth to Learn Fear is a German fairy tale collected by the Brothers Grimm. It is tale number 4 in the collection. It was included by Andrew Lang in The Blue Fairy Book.
The Grimms’ first, 1812 edition contained a much shorter version, Good Bowling and Card Playing.
It is Aarne-Thompson type 326.
This tale type did not appear in any early literary collection.[1]

THE TYPE OF MONOMYTHS OF A LUKE SKYWALKER TYPE

George Lucas and Star Wars
George Lucas’s deliberate use of Campbell’s theory of the monomyth in the making of the Star Wars movies is well-documented. In addition to the extensive discussion between Campbell and Bill Moyers broadcast in 1988 on PBS as The Power of Myth (Filmed at “Skywalker Ranch”), on Campbell’s influence on the Star Wars films, Lucas, himself, gave an extensive interview for the biography Joseph Campbell: A Fire in the Mind (Larsen and Larsen, 2002, pages 541-543) on this topic. In this interview, Lucas states that in the early 1970s after completing his early film, American Graffiti, “it came to me that there really was no modern use of mythology…so that’s when I started doing more strenuous research on fairy tales, folklore and mythology, and I started reading Joe’s books. Before that I hadn’t read any of Joe’s books…. It was very eerie because in reading The Hero with A Thousand Faces I began to realize that my first draft of Star Wars was following classical motifs”(p. 541).
Twelve years after the making of The Power of Myth, Moyers and Lucas met again for the 1999 interview, the Mythology of Star Wars with George Lucas & Bill Moyers, to further discuss the impact of Campbell’s work on Lucas’s films.[11] In addition, the National Air and Space Museum of the Smithsonian Institution sponsored an exhibit during the late 1990s called Star Wars: The Magic of Myth which discussed the ways in which Campbell’s work shaped the Star Wars films [12] A companion guide of the same name was published in 1997.

THE BASICS OF THE INVOLVEMENTS WITH ROYALTY IN THE STARWARS SAGE IS BASED ON THE TYPE OF QUESTS WITH ROYALTY IN THEIR COURTING WITH HIGH FIGURES SUCH AS PRONCESS LEIA AND QUEEN AMIDALA PDAME AND THE REPUBLICAN COUNCIL OF THE GALAXY

AS THE BASIC COURT BEING THE WHOLE GALAXY AS A ONE POWER OF THE FORCE

AS SUCH A LOT OF DATA PRESENTED REFFERED TO THE OLD SECRETS OF THE REPUBLIC AND THEIR KNOWLEDGE OF THE FORCE.
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Midi-chlorian
related to Jedi or the Force and had such data purged from data banks galaxy-wide. Statute OB-CPO-1198, covering illegal medical research that included… negative reception amongst fans; some see them as adding hard science to the alleged “mysteriousness” or spirituality of the Force and dislike what they see…
OOM-9
on the ground, they could not risk conducting long-range scans, leaving OOM-9’s forces to locate the settlements without reconnaissance data.^[4] OOM-9 receives… was selected to serve as a command battle droid for the invasion, leading Trade Federation forces into battle and achieving great success during the early stages…
Jedi Sentinel
Investigators to track down and identify Force-sensitive to assess whether they belong in the Jedi Order. All data collected on Force-sensitive infants from… they possessed adequate combat skills and had somewhat extensive knowledge of the Force, Sentinels blended both schools of teaching and amplified them…

This may seem a dumb question, but can we post “mini articles” here that aren’t big enough for a full-sized article?
Sarah22299 20:53, 15 February 2007 (UTC)

Yes you can. They are called stubs. — Riffsyphon1024 20:55, 15 February 2007 (UTC)
If the subject only appears in one source, will probably never appear again, and can have all available information written up in one or two paragraphs, it’s called a “short article.” 8) —Silly Dan (talk) 23:38, 15 February 2007 (UTC)

Jedi Trials
with the Academy’s program. He decided in favor of keeping it.^[14] The first test was an inquiry by the Almas Council on the student’s understanding and utilization…

An Inquiry on Surviving Slavery Practices in the Aftermath of the Second Galactic Civil War
Wookieepedia 81,656 articles since March 4, 2005 The Star Wars encyclopedia that anyone can edit. en · de · es · fi · fr · nl · pl · ru · more Warning: this wiki contains spoilers. Click for article navigation The Star Wars films (behind the scenes) Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace Soundtrac…
Midi-chlorian
-sensitives, knowledge of them was diminished and inquiries into them were branded as illegal medical research. Midi-chlorians were only rediscovered after a New Jedi… trace of Force-sensitivity, conducted their own scientific inquiries to find a genetic basis for the Force, which they hoped would allow them to become…

Council of First Knowledge
Initiates’ schooling, the Council was not inaccessible to older Jedi needing a different perspective on a dilemma. The Council could be queried for assistance…

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