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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. A rooster can stimulate a new sense of ______________, and it will help a person come to terms with his own wonderful eccentricities.
2. A bird's vision needs to be better than a human's in order for them to better judge _____________.
3. The author points out that when people work with breathing and relaxation, people can reduce and eliminate __________.
4. 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.
5. What sorts of crystals can help to support the energy of a fetish while also providing support to a prayer stick?
Short Answer Questions
1. On what holiday was it once thought that seeing certain birds would foretell the partner a woman would choose?
2. The blackbird keynote entry includes the idea that this bird is linked to understanding the ____________ of Mother Nature.
3. The animals should be seen as ___________ powers which provide symbols in our everyday lives.
4. The voice of the dove is the ________ song, invoking the new waters of life and reminding all that new life is possible.
5. _________ are a symbol of rising from the terrestrial world, of being free of the gravity of the mundane world.
Short Essay Questions
1. What does a person first need in order to begin to understand how to predict events and occurrences in his life?
2. What is the reason why birds let go of their feathers, according to the findings and the research of the author?
3. What is the way in which the author wants the reader to begin to learn the totems in this book?
4. Give some examples in which attributes of an animal might be given to a human via description.
5. What are the 'breath of life' and the 'tree of life' as the author defines them in this chapter?
6. How does the author suggest a person use feathers effectively in his own personal workings?
7. What is the author's definition and explanation of what a fetish is in relationship to personal workings?
8. In the ancient history of the Native American tribes, what was the relationship between animals and people?
9. What does Andrews say about the feathers as they are removed from a bird during preening?
10. What are some other ways in which to use the power of feathers in one's daily life?
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