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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 most important way to begin to cultivate the tool of animal speak is to make sure the person is ___________ himself with nature.
2. What is the landscape which is in constant transition, always changing, always moving?
3. What is the most deadly enemy of the crow, according to this book and the author's findings?
(c) Great Horned Owl.
4. What is one way of developing a more intuitive understanding of the language of birds, according to the author?
(a) Museum trips.
5. Which kind of feathers makes the best aura dusters, according to a note by the author?
(a) Turkey vulture.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which cardinal direction is associated with the following characteristics: healing, creativity, illumination, divination, new birth, and sunshine.
2. In primitive cultures, birds were like gods, making the __________ and bringing the rain.
3. At what time of day would the rooster totem be at its highest cycle of power, according to the book?
4. Primary flight feathers normally fall out ________________, which many people don't realize to be the case.
5. The study of Nature Totems is essential for understanding how the _________ is manifesting in our natural life.
Short Essay Questions
1. What are some of the attributes of the pigeon, as Andrews includes in this opening section's examples?
2. What is the main concern with the idea of the faerie realm, according to the author, which is why he brings it up?
3. What are some examples of other fetishes which may help a person connect to his personal power?
4. What groups were named with animal names in order to show their connection to certain animals?
5. Is it necessary to have a strong reason for looking up an animal within this book?
6. What is the reason for finding a bunch of feathers all at once, as the author explains to the reader?
7. What is the importance of the mating style of an animal when it comes to the interpretation of totems?
8. What is the author's definition and explanation of what a fetish is in relationship to personal workings?
9. How does the author suggest a person use feathers effectively in his own personal workings?
10. What makes the totem relationship different from other relationships to animals in one's life?
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