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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. 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.
2. One of the exercises which is presented to the reader is a trance in which they _________ at the end.
3. _________ is simply the movement from one climate zone to the next for food and it is done within many animal species.
4. The author notes it is beneficial for the feathers to be stored with sprigs of _________. This helps fend off deterioration.
5. In many cases, the early priests and priestesses would adopt the guise of ___________, wearing skins and masks to symbolize reawakening.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which cardinal direction is associated with the following characteristics: healing, creativity, illumination, divination, new birth, and sunshine.
2. Who spoke to spirits and gods through oracles, according to Andrews' research and findings?
3. Who might NOT be considered a Spirit Being, according to the definition laid out by Andrews?
4. A rooster can stimulate a new sense of ______________, and it will help a person come to terms with his own wonderful eccentricities.
5. Many societies of the world recognize the importance of __________ when it comes to meaning in one's surroundings.
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the main concern with the idea of the faerie realm, according to the author, which is why he brings it up?
2. What is the reason why birds let go of their feathers, according to the findings and the research of the author?
3. How does the author suggest a person use feathers effectively in his own personal workings?
4. What groups were named with animal names in order to show their connection to certain animals?
5. What is the way in which the author wants the reader to begin to learn the totems in this book?
6. What are some examples of other fetishes which may help a person connect to his personal power?
7. What are the prayer sticks to which the author refers in this particular section of the book?
8. What is the relationship between predator and prey, as is described in this opening section of the book?
9. Is it necessary to have a strong reason for looking up an animal within this book?
10. What is the author's definition and explanation of what a fetish is in relationship to personal workings?
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