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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What was present in the author's family situation before she was born?
(a) Unrest in her parents relationship.
(b) The grace of God.
(c) Discord from the community.
(d) Satanic influences.
2. After her second encounter with Professor Koch, who does the author begin to see?
(a) Damon because he comforts her.
(b) Professor Amelia.
(c) The Little People.
(d) Beck because he comforts her.
3. What is missing about the author's upbringing?
(a) The presence of religion.
(c) Lots of friends.
(d) A close family unit.
4. While the rest of the book will be dark, what does the author give the reader a glimpse of at the end of the chapter?
(a) The evil that lurks within us all.
(b) The vitality of youth.
(c) Faith is a forgotten feeling.
5. What stories concerning her family is Johanna missing?
(a) Going on vacations.
(b) Spending quality time.
(c) Going to church.
(d) Buying a family dog.
6. What is Cuauhtemoc?
(a) An Aztec prince.
(b) A god that Pachita worships.
(c) Johanna's guardian.
(d) Tom's foreign cousin.
7. What does she discover at Chapel Hill's theater?
(a) A friendly spirit named Professor Koch.
(b) A desire to write plays.
(c) A conspiracy theory.
(d) She is an amazing actress.
8. What other of Johanna's powers have improved?
(a) Mind reading ability.
(b) Her ability to mentally communicate across physical distances.
(c) Brainwashing ability.
(d) Future telling.
9. What does Johanna envision her mind laboratory to be like?
(a) The theater at Chapel Hill.
(b) An indoor park.
(c) A luxurious room full of crystal.
(d) Her childhood bedroom.
10. How did the evil being that lives in Johanna's house effect Johanna's life?
(a) There is no evil being.
(b) Causes grotesque events to happen.
(c) She ignores the evil beings.
(d) The evil being haunts Johanna at home but not when she is out with friends.
11. Where does the author usually encounter fretful spirits?
(a) In graveyards.
(b) In theater buildings.
(c) At school.
(d) In her home town.
12. What type of neighborhood does Johanna live in as a child?
(d) A farm.
13. What is the metaphorical meaning of her pet snake?
(a) Snakes have long been aligned with God.
(b) Nothing. Johanna enjoys her pet snake.
(c) The snake is evil. It is the embodiment of Satan.
(d) It makes Johanna powerful.
14. According to the author, what is the true quality of the occult practice?
(d) Deceptive nature.
15. How does the Mind Control program advertise itself to the public?
(a) A new way of thinking about life.
(b) A way to join forces with God.
(c) It offered relief from mental troubles and improved mental capacity.
(d) A religion.
Short Answer Questions
1. At first, what did Mind Control mean to Johanna?
2. What does the first three quarters of the book concern itself with?
3. How do most occult practices present themselves?
4. Does the author seem to love her family?
5. What gets the author through her childhood and adulthood?
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