It is of course deeply dangerous to partake of knowledge that may lead to greater self-understanding.
The story of Genesis is by no means a literal depiction of creation, but a metaphorical one. And we know how fond Victor is of metaphors. And we can presume by his style of posting that he has read the Holy Book more times than once.
And the story of Adam and Eve is the story of how Man's intellectual curiosity (let us not be politically correct here) led to his downfall.
For who ate of the forbidden fruit gained knowledge of good and evil, and became ashamed of themselves, seeing for the first time what potential was inside them.
And when Adam and Eve clothed their nekkidness, they were masking not only their physical bodies from the piercing sight of others, but their pure souls from the piercing gaze of the judgemental human intellect.
And the Fall was not only a fall from a primeval state of bliss, but a fall into the material world, and a state of bondage and thralldom.
And this thralldom is principally unto our own intellects, which create material demands that must be satisfied, and distance us from being free to simply experience what is.
Victor would like us to return to that state of primeval bliss, of simply being free to be, and is here to show us the way. Which is very naughty of him.
For the desire to know oneself is good, but the use of the false tools created by the perverted intellect of Man to achieve this, is Bad.
I, like Victor, am very naughty.