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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Death can be just as dangerous as the journey into _________.
2. What does Campbell say this ritual in #125 really is a ritual of?
3. Where are the Maori from?
(c) New Guinea
(d) New Zealand
4. Myths have a direct relationship with the __________ experience of humanity.
5. What does Campbell attempt to show relates within mythology?
6. What is the example of the literal/physical ascent into Heaven?
(a) Christ's prayer
(b) Christ's transfiguration
(c) Christ's death
(d) Christ's crucifixion
7. The future of each life is contained in the various manifestations of the _____________.
(a) Universal goddess
8. When does the human being in question become at one with the source of human energy during this pattern of #140?
(a) Deep sleep/dreamless experience
9. What is the first effect of the cosmogonic emanations of universal power?
(a) Energy buildup
(b) Vibrating noises
(c) Framing of the world stage of space
10. Dreams have a direct relationship with the individual experience of the ___________.
(c) Understanding of the analyst
11. Symbols are only the ________ of communication.
12. Who vanquished the dragon?
(a) Reginald Theberry
(b) Christan St. Martha
(c) Jonas St. Thomas
(d) Contance Emeritus
13. On which ritual from Christianity does Campbell focus his efforts?
14. The process through which humanity emerges and returns to that from which it emerged is called the ______ cycle.
15. The goal is an ultimate reunion between physical and _________ worlds.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the experience of the outer world in relation to the psychological interpretation of the answer to #140?
2. Campbell notes that many cultures have an explanation for the process of life/noise emerging from ________.
3. At what age was the destiny of the Celtic warrior hero manifested?
4. Death is the opportunity for ______ with the Unmoved Mover.
5. The second task of the man-hero is to transcend the _________ spiritually.
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