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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. When was the Doors of Perception written?
2. What ended the glorification of nature and the planet as supreme spiritual forces?
(a) The rise of Christianity.
(b) Both of these.
(c) Neither of these.
(d) The rise of Catholicism.
3. What myth or story is explained in this chapter?
(a) The one of Persephone.
(b) The one of Polyidos.
(c) The one of Glaukos.
(d) The one of King Minos.
4. When was the hypodermic syringe invented?
5. Why did the Japanese produce vast amounts of opium and heroin for distribution in China?
(a) To manipulate the government into fixing the problem.
(b) To create a distraction for the people.
(c) To gain a profit.
(d) To make the Chinese population too weak to resist occupation.
Short Answer Questions
1. When did cocaine and heroin become illegal in the USA?
2. What described the classification of 'hard drugs'?
3. Who publicly wrote the Magic Mushroom Grower's Guide?
4. Cannabis is second only to which plant in promoting partnership?
5. What is in the typical American diet?
Short Essay Questions
1. What was the Old World belief regarding honeybees? Why is this of significance regarding the Partnership society?
2. In what areas were promising results revealed in LSD medicine?
3. What is the strongest argument for the legalization of any drug?
4. What is the reasonable course of action regarding substance use?
5. What were the first of the Europeans to outlaw tobacco? What affect did this have on consumption?
6. What of Marco Polo's adventures in the mysterious East may have blackened Cannabis' reputation?
7. What motifs of a barely remembered mushroom cult are evident in the story of Glaukos?
8. In what ways is alcohol a problem for society?
9. What is the difference between ayahuasca and DMT hallucinations?
10. What was considered history's joke on Europe?
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