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Betty Eadie
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. As she focuses on the special flower in the garden, what perspective does Betty adopt?
(a) Suspended animation.
(b) Aerial view.
(c) Microscopic vision.
(d) Time reversal.

2. Whom does Betty recognize as the one who embraces her upon her entry into the spirit world?
(a) Her brother.
(b) Saint Peter.
(c) Jesus Christ.
(d) Her grandmother.

3. Why were the laws that Jesus discusses with Betty created?
(a) To fulfill a purpose.
(b) To separate good and bad people.
(c) To punish wrongdoers.
(d) To keep everyone in check.

4. When Betty is embraced as she enters the spiritual world, what does she feel?
(a) That she's not worthy of such love.
(b) Instant forgiveness.
(c) Electric sparks.
(d) That she's finally home.

5. What types of laws does Jesus discuss with Betty?
(a) Emotional and mental laws.
(b) Crime and punishment laws.
(c) Spiritual, physical, and universal laws.
(d) Moral and ethical laws.

6. After talking at length with Jesus, Betty meets with two women. Who are these women?
(a) Angels.
(b) Grandmothers.
(c) Close friends.
(d) Complete strangers.

7. Initially, what position does Betty find herself in as she travels through the large black mass?
(a) Reclining.
(b) Standing.
(c) Kneeling.
(d) Sitting.

8. To the spirit world, earth time is:
(a) Endless.
(b) Mind-boggling.
(c) Meaningless.
(d) Questionable.

9. What predominant feeling does Betty experience in the garden?
(a) Joy at being one with everything else.
(b) Confusion with such a different reality.
(c) Elation at discovering herself.
(d) Sadness at having to leave.

10. In the garden, Betty realizes that everything has its own life, purpose, and:
(a) Radiation level.
(b) Story to tell.
(c) Intelligence.
(d) Atoms.

11. When Betty discusses sins against the flesh, such as abusing drugs, overeating, under-eating, and not getting enough exercise, she explains that they're all equal in severity because:
(a) We are responsible for our bodies.
(b) We are purposely hurting ourselves.
(c) We should know better.
(d) We are being selfish.

12. After feeling her spirit drawn out through her chest and pulled upwards, Betty experiences:
(a) Freedom.
(b) A life review.
(c) Disorientation.
(d) Regret.

13. How does Betty compare the garden to a symphony?
(a) The garden is as beautiful as the best symphony she's heard on earth.
(b) The flowers remind her of symphony musicians.
(c) Everything in the garden creates its own music.
(d) She can direct the elements of the garden like a composer.

14. When Betty is taken to the garden, what does she see in the distance?
(a) Mountains, valleys, and rivers.
(b) Rainbows and the aurora borealis.
(c) Sparkling cities.
(d) A multitude of people.

15. When does Betty find herself at the hospital as her narration begins?
(a) November 18, 1973.
(b) May 3, 1997.
(c) October 15, 1959.
(d) January 1, 2001.

Short Answer Questions

1. The author notices that people enjoy creating things in heaven, and she comes to understand that all things of importance are:

2. Betty states that our cells were programmed to regenerate indefinitely, but death of the body became a part of the mortal world where?

3. Betty explains that by living true to the laws that govern us, as explained to her by Jesus, we will be blessed even further and receive what?

4. How does Betty describe her spirit body?

5. What does Betty say about her husband and their children?

(see the answer keys)

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