|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. One of the easiest ways to align a person's energies with the bird totem is to ________ the feathers.
2. The masked _______ is a prevalent symbol associated with Shamanism, according to the findings of the author.
3. The animals should be seen as ___________ powers which provide symbols in our everyday lives.
4. The voice of the dove is the ________ song, invoking the new waters of life and reminding all that new life is possible.
5. One popular belief was that if a bird flew to the ___________ before the start of a trip, that would indicate it would go well.
6. __________ is an ancient symbol of the astral plane and the creative element of life, which is why sea animals can also be totem animals.
7. What does the author think speaks to us constantly, though a person might not always be listening closely to this communication?
8. What is an event which may indicate a particular destiny, as defined in the start of this section?
(b) Animal dance.
9. _________ are a symbol of rising from the terrestrial world, of being free of the gravity of the mundane world.
10. There are five main goals for this book, with the third being: "It will assist you in discovering the hidden powers and significance of yourself, as it is reflected by your ___________."
(a) Prayer stick.
11. The study of Nature Totems is essential for understanding how the _________ is manifesting in our natural life.
12. The crow can recall ________ connections to those times and cultures, but also reflects some of the archetypal forces that it can connect with us.
(b) Past life.
13. The entire bird's body is designed to be light as this will help with the process of ____________.
(a) Caring for babies.
(c) Fitting into small spaces.
14. The crane was a powerful symbol to the ancient ____________, according to the book.
15. __________ were traditionally a symbol of magic, calling out for people to see it in their lives and to use it as needed.
Short Answer Questions
1. In primitive cultures, birds were like gods, making the __________ and bringing the rain.
2. What is one way of developing a more intuitive understanding of the language of birds, according to the author?
3. ___________ often contain many lessons associated with community and learning to live with variety, flexibility, and adaptability.
4. In order to awaken the greater fertility and life in the world, priests and priestesses performed ____________ in accordance with natural rhythms.
5. What kinds of feathers are found beneath the contour of other feathers on the bird?
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