Short Answer Key
1. At the beginning of "The Encounter," why is the author frustrated?
She is late for a meeting with Pachita.
2. Who are Johanna and Tom confronted by as they pull up to the house they are to visit?
3. What does the author eventually think of Pachita's "true work?"
Pachita's true work is evil.
4. In "The Encounter," what literary device is used many times?
5. This _____ is the story of experiences with the ____.
6. What is the last part of the entire book about?
A warning against the occult.
7. According to the author, what is the true quality of the occult practice?
8. What is the only true source of inspiration for true faith?
9. How is Pachita's home described by Johanna?
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