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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What did Jane Sellers discover using myths?
(a) How the ancient peoples used language.
(b) How long cycles take.
(c) Meaning in the stars.
(d) A mathematical language.
2. What did Hancock assume to be the "missing piece" in Chapter 50?
(a) The humans' evolution from apes.
(b) Ocean life.
(c) Clues left by lost civilizations.
(d) A cataclysmic catastrophe.
3. When is it believed that the Great Pyramid was built?
(a) 4,000 B.C.
(b) 4,500 B.C.
(c) 5,000 B.C.
(d) 5,400 B.C.
4. What does the chart on page 472 show?
(a) Displacement at the North Pole.
(b) The South Pole and Antarctica after displacement.
(c) The South Pole and Antarctica during displacement.
(d) The South Pole and Antarctica before displacement.
5. In Chapter 38, how did Hancock observe the Great Pyramid?
(a) From the top.
(b) Through passageways from room to room.
(c) From the base.
(d) From a plane.
6. Who were Palermo Stone and Turin Papyrus?
(a) Kings during the First Dynasty.
(c) Kings before the First Dynasty.
(d) Kings after the First Dynasty.
7. How many years is the sun housed in each of the zodiacal constellations?
8. What did sacred writings offer evidence of in Chapter 41?
(a) Expected advanced technological skills.
(b) No technological skills.
(c) Limited technological skills.
(d) Unexpected advanced tehnological skills.
9. What is Earth's axis tilt called?
(a) Its obliquity.
(b) Its precess.
(c) Its eccentricity.
(d) Its ecliptic.
10. What is surprising about the granite used to sculpt the Second Pyramid?
(a) There is no evidence that the granite could be moved there.
(b) There is no evidence the necessary drilling tools existed.
(c) The sculptures appear primitive for that time period.
(d) The type of granite was not found anywhere else.
11. What did Hancock note about moving the limestone megaliths found in the Great Sphinx?
(a) A crane capable of moving them was not invented until 2003.
(b) A crane capable of moving them was not invented until 1993.
(c) In 2003, only 2 land-based cranes in the world could move them.
(d) In 1993, only 2 land-based cranes in the world could move them.
12. What is Heliopolis known as?
(a) City of the Sky.
(b) City of the Gods.
(c) City of Light.
(d) City of the Sun.
13. How is the Egyptians' knowledge protected, according to Chapter 42?
(a) Coding in sacred texts.
(b) A lack of mythology.
(c) Coding in metaphors and allegories.
(d) A lack of sacred texts.
14. What does the Giza site arrangement mirror?
(a) The sky's appearance in 4,540 B.C.
(b) The sky's appearance in 250 B.C.
(c) The sky's appearance in 8,450 B.C.
(d) The sky's appearance in 10,450 B.C.
15. What is one element of the author's thesis in Chapter 52?
(a) Cosmic or geological cataclysm of future civilizations.
(b) Cosmic or geological cataclysm of post-industrial civilization.
(c) Cosmic or geological cataclysm of pre-industrial civilization.
(d) Cosmic or geological cataclysm of the Ice Age.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Christian Eusebius discover about Manetho's texts and the Bible?
2. How many degrees are allocated on the elliptic for each constellation?
3. What is the Earth's orbit plane extended outward called?
4. What was inside the Second Pyramid?
5. What did Hancock discover about the Great Pyramid's faces?
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