Fingerprints of the Gods Test | Final Test - Easy

Graham Hancock
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. How many miles per hour does the Earth revolve around the sun?
(a) 66,600.
(b) 33,600.
(c) 6,000.
(d) 1,000.

2. How far does the sun migrate in 72 years?
(a) One revolution.
(b) One oscillation.
(c) One degree.
(d) One rotation.

3. What is surprising about the limestone megaliths found in the Great Sphinx?
(a) They could not possibly have been moved.
(b) Granite would have been easier to move than limestone.
(c) They could have been cut smaller to be moved more easily.
(d) Limestone was not found anywhere else.

4. What did the Sun God, Ra, do?
(a) Control the movement of the stars.
(b) Control darkness and light.
(c) Sit on a throne surrounded by lesser gods.
(d) Give orders to lesser gods.

5. What is the height to perimeter ratio of the Great Pyramid the same as?
(a) A sphere's area to circumference.
(b) A sphere's radius to circumference.
(c) A sphere's circumference to area.
(d) A sphere's circumference to radius.

6. What is at the base of the Great Pyramid?
(a) Gods.
(b) Snakes.
(c) Boats.
(d) Cats.

7. What did Hancock's researcher conclude in Chapter 50?
(a) There was no lost civilization.
(b) The lost civilization still exists.
(c) A lost civilization was supported by a landmass.
(d) There was definitely a lost civilization.

8. In Chapter 38, how did Hancock observe the Great Pyramid?
(a) From the top.
(b) From a plane.
(c) Through passageways from room to room.
(d) From the base.

9. What did sacred writings offer evidence of in Chapter 41?
(a) Limited technological skills.
(b) No technological skills.
(c) Unexpected advanced tehnological skills.
(d) Expected advanced technological skills.

10. What did Hancock discover about the Great Pyramid's lengths and corner angles?
(a) They are surprisingly inaccurate.
(b) They were obviously slapped together quickly.
(c) They are too worn out to be measured.
(d) They are unusually accurate.

11. How tall is the Great Pyramid?
(a) 350 feet.
(b) 350 meters.
(c) 450 feet.
(d) 450 meters.

12. How high is the entry to the Great Pyramid?
(a) 3 feet 6 inches.
(b) 36 meters.
(c) 36 feet.
(d) 36 yards.

13. How high is the antechamber ceiling of the Great Pyramid?
(a) 120 feet.
(b) 12 yards.
(c) 12 feet.
(d) 12 meters.

14. What is the term for the gravity of the sun and planets exerting influence on the Earth's elliptic orbit?
(a) Ecliptic.
(b) Precess.
(c) Eccentricity.
(d) Obliquity.

15. What did Hancock note about moving the limestone megaliths found in the Great Sphinx?
(a) In 1993, only 2 land-based cranes in the world could move them.
(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) A crane capable of moving them was not invented until 2003.

Short Answer Questions

1. How is the Egyptians' knowledge protected, according to Chapter 42?

2. How did Hancock explore the Great Pyramid in Chapter 37?

3. How many years is one complete precessional cycle?

4. How large is the base of the Great Pyramid?

5. How much does the average block of the Great Pyramid weigh?

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