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Ted Andrews
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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. Not surprisingly, this bird is linked to the power of song and of voice.
(a) Canary.
(b) Hawk.
(c) Owl.
(d) Blackbird.

2. The most important way to begin to cultivate the tool of animal speak is to make sure the person is ___________ himself with nature.
(a) Fighting.
(b) Breathing.
(c) Aligning.
(d) Cleaning.

3. What kind of animals calls to the author every morning, according to the introduction to the book?
(a) Pigeons.
(b) Hawks.
(c) Crows.
(d) Roosters.

4. Interesting to note, birds do not run out of ___________. They simply fly into it to get what they need.
(a) Food.
(b) Water.
(c) Breath.
(d) Energy.

5. A rooster can stimulate a new sense of ______________, and it will help a person come to terms with his own wonderful eccentricities.
(a) Optimism.
(b) Understanding.
(c) Faith.
(d) Hope.

Short Answer Questions

1. The human _______ is the energy field that surrounds the human body in all directions, comprised of many forms of energy.

2. What is the study of the interaction between living things and their environments, according to the book?

3. Who spoke to spirits and gods through oracles, according to Andrews' research and findings?

4. What is one way of developing a more intuitive understanding of the language of birds, according to the author?

5. The entire bird's body is designed to be light as this will help with the process of ____________.

Short Essay Questions

1. How can a person know that the behaviors of a specific animal are representative of the entire species?

2. What does Andrews say about the feathers as they are removed from a bird during preening?

3. What is the relationship between predator and prey, as is described in this opening section of the book?

4. What is the main concern with the idea of the faerie realm, according to the author, which is why he brings it up?

5. What does the author say that the tail feathers of a bird might be used for when they are flying?

6. What groups were named with animal names in order to show their connection to certain animals?

7. Why does the location of the animal in the world matter to the interpretation of the totem animal?

8. What are some of the attributes of the pigeon, as Andrews includes in this opening section's examples?

9. What are some examples of other fetishes which may help a person connect to his personal power?

10. What are some other ways in which to use the power of feathers in one's daily life?

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