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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. How did Timothy Leary help the Wilson family cope with Luna's death?
(a) He mustered community support for them.
(b) He convinced them it was possible to transcend suffering.
(c) He taught them that life is ongoing.
(d) He demonstrated unconditional love for them.
2. What does Dell publishing demand of Wilson?
(a) That he develop a sequel to the Illuminatus.
(b) That he drop references to conspiracies from the Illuminatus.
(c) That he add 500 pages to the Illuminatus.
(d) That he cut 500 pages from the Illuminatus.
3. What is a Bozo?
(a) A Sirian visitor.
(b) An African tribe.
(c) A circus clown.
(d) A Babylonian god.
4. What is the most extreme understanding among those who activate the 8th circuit?
(a) No terrestrial drugs change biological imprints.
(b) Consciousness precedes the biological unit.
(c) The universal translator is encoded in our DNA.
(d) We can reprogram our own programming.
5. What is the local universe?
(a) Anything that is undetectable.
(b) Anything we can detect moving faster than light.
(c) Anything we can detect moving within the speed of light.
(d) Anything we can detect.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the 7th brain circuit called?
2. Who first postulated that all chemical elements fall into eight families?
3. How many circuits does Timothy Leary believe the human brain possesses?
4. What does Wilson say is the unfortunate result of the suppression of scientific research into drugs?
5. Who does Saul-Paul Sirag believe is the Higher Intelligence behind these mysterious communications?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Wilson say inevitably happens to conspiracy buffs?
2. How were the pivotal events in Nikolas Tesla's life parallel to events in the life of Gopi Krishna?
3. Why does Willard Cantelon believe the Illuminati are plotting to wreck the international financial system and cause the disruption or fall of all strong governments?
4. How does Timothy Leary describe the invertebrate part of the brain?
5. What does the blazing star represent in Freemasonry, according to General Albert Pike, a thirty-third degree Mason?
6. What theory does Dr. Paul Segall believe he was first to develop that is now used by numbers of investigators?
7. What does the Einstein-Rosen-Podolsky demonstration indicate?
8. What approaches to immortality have been researched by Dr. Paul Segall?
9. What do the four brain circuits have in common that has dominated Western thought?
10. What does Bell's Theorem suggest about the Einstein-Rosen-Podolsky demonstration?
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