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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 _________ is one of the tiniest birds in the world, but can migrate over vast distances.
2. What is the most deadly enemy of the crow, according to this book and the author's findings?
(c) Great Horned Owl.
3. While it is a good idea, a person does not have to plant his prayer sticks ____________.
(a) In the garden of life.
(b) In your home.
(c) In a rock.
4. What kinds of feathers are found beneath the contour of other feathers on the bird?
5. _________ are a symbol of rising from the terrestrial world, of being free of the gravity of the mundane world.
Short Answer Questions
1. The more a person is able to align with the totem and to create his own __________, the easier it will be to understand what it is saying.
2. True shamans cultivate the ability to leave their ________ in order to access other parts of their consciousness.
3. In many cases, the early priests and priestesses would adopt the guise of ___________, wearing skins and masks to symbolize reawakening.
4. What is an event which may indicate a particular destiny, as defined in the start of this section?
5. When working with animal totems, one does not need to think of these animals as having a lot of _____________.
Short Essay Questions
1. What are some other ways in which to use the power of feathers in one's daily 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 are the exercises in the book supposed to help a reader do in his own life?
4. What is the recommendation the author makes in order for a person to become more sensitive to his surroundings?
5. How does the author suggest a person use feathers effectively in his own personal workings?
6. Why are feathers important fetishes for people to work with in relation to magic and personal power?
7. What are the 'breath of life' and the 'tree of life' as the author defines them in this chapter?
8. What are the qualities of squirrels and raccoons which can be attributed to humans as well?
9. What does Andrews say about the feathers as they are removed from a bird during preening?
10. Give some examples in which attributes of an animal might be given to a human via description.
This section contains 650 words
(approx. 3 pages at 300 words per page)