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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In "Mind Control," the author sees Jesus with a monstrous face. What does the author realize about this face?
(a) She does not think it is Jesus.
(b) The face is a projection of fear.
(c) It is the true face of Satan impersonating Jesus.
(d) It is an evil spirit.
2. What does Damon get the author to do?
(a) Sleep with him.
(b) Try marijuana.
(c) Take hallucinogenic drugs.
(d) Create a play with him.
3. What is truly at the core of Pachita's work?
(a) Pure evil.
(d) God's grace.
4. What are Tim's honest intentions in regards to the Mind Control program?
(a) To do community service in the community.
(b) Helps participants become aware of their potential for helping the community.
(c) Heal people and invite them into the program.
(d) He would like the program to grow and help millions.
5. What is another and more sinister meaning of mind control?
(a) The group has no ill meanings.
(b) Brainwashing other people.
(c) Giving yourself to Satan.
(d) Controlling one's faith.
6. What is missing about the author's upbringing?
(a) A close family unit.
(c) Lots of friends.
(d) The presence of religion.
7. In "The Intruder," what does the author hear to alert her of the being that follows her?
(a) Sinister laughing.
(c) Shuffling feet.
(d) Grating, grinding noises.
8. At first, what did Mind Control mean to Johanna?
(a) A way to make Damon love her again.
(b) A way to control her family.
(c) A way to control one's own mind.
9. Eventually, who does the author believe is really controlling the minds of the mind control group?
(b) A man.
(c) By Satan.
(d) An ancient God.
10. What type of school did the author attend?
(a) A public Mexican school.
(b) Johanna was home schooled.
(c) A Jewish Day School.
(d) Catholic School.
11. What does the author's interest in the occult do to her social life?
(a) Separates her from young people her age.
(b) Makes her very popular.
(c) Creates an interesting personality.
(d) She finds her own group to hang out with.
12. What do her encounters with spirits mean for the author?
(a) Manifestations of her connection with the spirit world.
(b) She feels as though she is going insane.
(c) Her dead aunt's way of staying in touch.
(d) Evil spirits looking to ruin her life.
13. At the beginning of "The Encounter," why is the author frustrated?
(a) She lost a bet.
(b) She is late for a meeting with Pachita.
(c) She failed a test.
(d) She has just lost her boyfriend.
14. What reputation does she gain?
(a) People think she is strange.
(b) She is promiscuous.
(c) She is very wise.
(d) People believe she is a witch.
15. This _____ is the story of experiences with the ____.
(a) Narrative; occult.
(b) Story; soldiers.
(c) Narrative; mind controllers.
(d) Tale; illusionists.
Short Answer Questions
1. What happens in Washington D.C.?
2. What is Cuauhtemoc?
3. What does the first three quarters of the book concern itself with?
4. What is the author's search for Pachita representative of?
5. What do Damon and Beck's names resemble?
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