|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The cowbird is thought of as a cruel bird as it deposits its ________ in the nests of other birds.
2. While it is a good idea, a person does not have to plant his prayer sticks ____________.
(a) In the garden of life.
(b) In your home.
(d) In a rock.
3. Corn meal could be cast in the various directions to making offerings to the _________ for the Hopi and Pueblo Indians.
4. In many cases, the early priests and priestesses would adopt the guise of ___________, wearing skins and masks to symbolize reawakening.
5. The first exercise called "Beginning the Day" invites the reader to start by visualizing stepping outside and being greeted by __________.
(c) A bear.
(d) A loved one.
6. In the older gnostics, the _________ was a major form of the god, Abraxas, according to the findings of the author.
7. What is an event which may indicate a particular destiny, as defined in the start of this section?
(c) Animal dance.
8. The law of correspondence, "As above, so below, as below, so above" is from the ancient ___________.
9. The blackbird keynote entry includes the idea that this bird is linked to understanding the ____________ of Mother Nature.
10. _________ is simply the movement from one climate zone to the next for food and it is done within many animal species.
11. On what holiday was it once thought that seeing certain birds would foretell the partner a woman would choose?
(c) Valentine's Day.
(d) New Year's Day.
12. In addition to colors, what is another thing a person should keep in mind observing nature?
13. __________ were traditionally a symbol of magic, calling out for people to see it in their lives and to use it as needed.
14. What is the number which is associated with creativity and new birth, according to the author?
15. Which bird is associated with the following symbolic qualities: Cheerfulness, Sublimation, inner journey, linked to the moon?
Short Answer Questions
1. At what time of day would the rooster totem be at its highest cycle of power, according to the book?
2. As a lifelong student of ____________, with a formal background in literature and linguistics, the author has continuously found links to the animal word in life.
3. The animals should be seen as ___________ powers which provide symbols in our everyday lives.
4. It is important to learn the specific qualities of your feather and its ____________ in order for a healing to be most effective.
5. In order to awaken the greater fertility and life in the world, priests and priestesses performed ____________ in accordance with natural rhythms.
This section contains 471 words
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