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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 blackbird keynote entry includes the idea that this bird is linked to understanding the ____________ of Mother Nature.
2. What kinds of feathers are found beneath the contour of other feathers on the bird?
3. The most important way to begin to cultivate the tool of animal speak is to make sure the person is ___________ himself with nature.
4. Many societies of the world recognize the importance of __________ when it comes to meaning in one's surroundings.
(a) Sea glass.
(b) Sand sizes.
5. What does the author think speaks to us constantly, though a person might not always be listening closely to this communication?
Short Answer Questions
1. What sorts of crystals can help to support the energy of a fetish while also providing support to a prayer stick?
2. In primitive cultures, birds were like gods, making the __________ and bringing the rain.
3. __________ have long been a source of spiritual insight and they can help you in the understanding in the spiritual significance of the totem.
4. Primary flight feathers normally fall out ________________, which many people don't realize to be the case.
5. The masked _______ is a prevalent symbol associated with Shamanism, according to the findings of the author.
Short Essay Questions
1. What are the exercises in the book supposed to help a reader do in his own life?
2. What is the relationship between predator and prey, as is described in this opening section of the book?
3. How can a person know that the behaviors of a specific animal are representative of the entire species?
4. What makes the totem relationship different from other relationships to animals in one's life?
5. What are the prayer sticks to which the author refers in this particular section of the book?
6. What are some of the explanations of the faerie realm, which have been outlined in this section?
7. What are the 'breath of life' and the 'tree of life' as the author defines them in this chapter?
8. Is it necessary to have a strong reason for looking up an animal within this book?
9. In the ancient history of the Native American tribes, what was the relationship between animals and people?
10. What does Andrews say about the feathers as they are removed from a bird during preening?
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