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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Because of their system of communication, gulls are good teachers of how to talk with and to read _____________.
2. In the Native American tradition, the woodpecker is a bird connected with the ___________ of the Earth itself.
3. Native American people thought of bears as ___________ since they are able to walk on two feet.
4. The author also suggests a person create a __________, with pictures and descriptions of the animal surrounding a picture of the person.
5. The feathers of the wren are considered to be fetishes against __________, and it's considered unlucky to kill this bird.
6. What is the animal to which the author devotes a number of pages, the bird of purification, death and rebirth, and new vision?
(a) Turkey vulture.
(d) Red-tailed hawk.
7. The badger is the giant of the weasel family and is considered to be the keeper of the __________.
8. The grosbeak is related to the healing of the _________ heart, according to its keynote in the book.
9. In some ancient societies, the letting of _________ was a way of releasing a form of psychic energy.
10. Those who are working with the vulture as a totem will want to monitor the health of their __________ system.
11. In the European folk tradition, the __________ is considered to be the weather prophet, telling of the coming storms.
12. A successful rite, whether it is to connect with Nature or animals or any other purpose, will focus and improve your __________.
13. A study of the __________ will provide some insight into the energies often associated with the bird.
14. Hummingbirds know how to use ________ for healing and they are the smallest of all of the birds.
15. The pronghorn is the only ____________ native to North America, according to this book.
Short Answer Questions
1. It's best not to ________ of what your animal totem has done for you as this can hinder the connection to the animal.
2. As a person begins to discover his _________, he may find these animals come to him in dreams or in meditations.
3. Where do grackles like to live, according to the writings of the author?
4. What is one of the ways in which a person can call out to his totem animal after meditating?
5. Sometimes the woodpecker will show up in someone's life just to stimulate new ____________.
This section contains 445 words
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