King, Warrior, Magician, Lover: Rediscovering the Archetypes of the Mature Masculine Test | Final Test - Easy

Robert L. Moore
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Why does the Sadist routinely abuse people?
(a) Because he cannot make amends and is trapped in a pattern.
(b) Because he's mentally unstable.
(c) Because there's nothing else to do.
(d) Because he's unemployed.

2. What does the Tyrant only pursue?
(a) Justice.
(b) His own interests.
(c) Villainy.
(d) His family.

3. What is the common outcome of the Addict's behavior?
(a) The Lover's enlightenment.
(b) A civil war.
(c) Substance dependency.
(d) A brilliant idea.

4. The Warrior has a tendency to be detached from what?
(a) Women.
(b) Human emotions.
(c) Drama.
(d) His family.

5. The King's rage is a response to what?
(a) Others' immorality.
(b) His insecurities.
(c) Financial problems.
(d) Boredom.

6. What role does the Sadist play in the Warrior?
(a) He is an enemy.
(b) He is a shadow-side.
(c) He is his conscience.
(d) He is his ego.

7. What role does the Manipulator play in the Magician?
(a) He is his imagination.
(b) He is his conscience.
(c) He is a shadow side.
(d) He is his ego.

8. The Warrior is often a _______ archetype.
(a) Valued.
(b) Ignored
(c) Repressed.
(d) Impossible.

9. What is the greatest challenge the Warrior faces?
(a) Making a decision.
(b) Discerning when and how to use his aggression.
(c) Judgment of others.
(d) Being able to defend himself.

10. How is the Weakling in contrast to the Tyrant?
(a) He feels he doesn't deserve his power.
(b) He abuses his family.
(c) He is better looking.
(d) He is more socially acceptable.

11. The Tyrant is defined by his _____ approach to everything.
(a) Uninformed.
(b) Ruthless.
(c) Clumsy.
(d) Careful.

12. The King archetype is the most _____ energy in men.
(a) Dangerous.
(b) Primal.
(c) Ancient.
(d) Envied.

13. Why does the Masochist allow himself to be a victim?
(a) Because he is angry.
(b) Because he is bored.
(c) Because he feels powerless.
(d) Because he's passive.

14. The Warrior's attitude is often read as _______.
(a) Wise.
(b) Complex.
(c) Antisocial.
(d) Arrogant.

15. What profession does the Tyrant gravitate towards?
(a) Crime boss.
(b) Child care.
(c) Financial advisor.
(d) Lawyer.

Short Answer Questions

1. What role does the Addict play in the Lover?

2. Why can't the Magician act alone?

3. What is the role of the Denying Innocent One in the Magician?

4. In a crisis, what does the Manipulator do with useful information?

5. Why do the authors believe sports and action movies are so popular among men?

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