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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Ideally, when making prayer sticks, it's best to ensure the _________ and the stick are compatible.
2. The law of correspondence, "As above, so below, as below, so above" is from the ancient ___________.
3. __________ were traditionally a symbol of magic, calling out for people to see it in their lives and to use it as needed.
4. The author notes it is beneficial for the feathers to be stored with sprigs of _________. This helps fend off deterioration.
5. The animals should be seen as ___________ powers which provide symbols in our everyday lives.
Short Answer Questions
1. 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.
2. The entire bird's body is designed to be light as this will help with the process of ____________.
3. Interesting to note, birds do not run out of ___________. They simply fly into it to get what they need.
4. Corn meal could be cast in the various directions to making offerings to the _________ for the Hopi and Pueblo Indians.
5. What is the study of the interaction between living things and their environments, according to the book?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are the qualities of squirrels and raccoons which can be attributed to humans as well?
2. What is the importance of the mating style of an animal when it comes to the interpretation of totems?
3. What is the reason for finding a bunch of feathers all at once, as the author explains to the reader?
4. What are the exercises in the book supposed to help a reader do in his own life?
5. What is the way in which the author wants the reader to begin to learn the totems in this book?
6. In the ancient history of the Native American tribes, what was the relationship between animals and people?
7. Why are feathers important fetishes for people to work with in relation to magic and personal power?
8. What are some of the explanations of the faerie realm, which have been outlined in this section?
9. What is the recommendation the author makes in order for a person to become more sensitive to his surroundings?
10. What are some other ways in which to use the power of feathers in one's daily life?
This section contains 654 words
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