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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Book 2: Appendix 6.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the second technique, described by the author in Appendix 1, for inducing a visionary state?
(a) Use of a repetitive hand movement.
(b) Use of ambient music.
(c) Use of various sound frequencies.
(d) Use of a stroboscopic lamp.
2. What do schizophrenics share with other psychotics, according to the author?
(a) They have the same symptoms, but schizophrenics experience them to a greater extent.
(b) They share the same symptoms, and the intensity of those symptoms is about equal.
(c) They have the same symptoms, but schizophrenics experience them to a lesser extent.
(d) They don't share the same symptoms, but they share the same illness and brain dysfunction.
3. In theological terms, the progress the author mentions at the end of Appendix 6 is a transition from what to what?
(a) From Purgatory to Heaven.
(b) From Heaven to Hades.
(c) From Hades to Heaven.
(d) From Hades to Purgatory.
4. What does the author say at the end of Appendix 3 about the past?
(a) It has nothing to teach us, because it will repeat itself regardless.
(b) It must be learned from, or it will be repeated.
(c) It can never be changed.
(d) It is not fixed and unalterable.
5. What researcher performed experiments with touching parts of the brain with a fine electrode?
Short Answer Questions
1. To whom does the author attribute the concept of Hades, mentioned in Appendix 6?
2. According to the author, where do the mentally-ill people discussed at the beginning of Appendix 6 spend their time?
3. What does the author say about vision-inducing devices and effects at the beginning of Appendix 3?
4. What is the first of the two methods the author discusses in Appendix 1 for inducing visionary experiences?
5. According to the author in Appendix 6, what opens the doors of heaven, hell, and limbo for the living?
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