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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Chapters 2-9 mostly dealt with _______, setting a background for the story.
2. Who is chosen to be Johanna's first mentor?
(b) Jesus Christ.
(d) Sheila Bird.
3. What are Tim's honest intentions in regards to the Mind Control program?
(a) Helps participants become aware of their potential for helping the community.
(b) Heal people and invite them into the program.
(c) He would like the program to grow and help millions.
(d) To do community service in the community.
4. What effects do crucifixes and crosses have on the author?
(a) She is confused by the crucifix.
(b) She does not notice them.
(c) They stir up angry feelings.
(d) They provide calmness in her chaotic life.
5. What gets the author through her childhood and adulthood?
(a) The feeling of comfort from the crucifix.
(b) Her family's support.
(c) Her fascination with acting.
(d) Her close group of friends.
6. What does Damon get the author to do?
(a) Try marijuana.
(b) Sleep with him.
(c) Take hallucinogenic drugs.
(d) Create a play with him.
7. What frightening encounter does she have at the theater at Wesleyan?
(a) A person attacks her while working late at night.
(b) She falls in a trap door.
(c) A female spirit haunts her.
(d) A male spirit haunts her.
8. How do most occult practices present themselves?
(b) As a Godly, Christly influence.
(c) Dark and evil.
(d) Safe and helpful.
9. Where does the author usually encounter fretful spirits?
(a) At school.
(b) In theater buildings.
(c) In her home town.
(d) In graveyards.
10. Where is Chapel Hill?
(a) At the University of North Carloina.
(b) A part of the Art Institute of Boston.
(c) In Canada.
(d) In California.
11. What does Teresias represent?
(b) Goodness and light in Johanna's life.
(c) Evil and darkness.
(d) A trusted companion.
12. Because Johanna and Tom are late to the meeting, what does she miss?
(a) The operations scheduled for tonight.
(b) The chance to meet her husband.
(c) An important meeting.
(d) The assignment of a mentor.
13. What does the author eventually think of Pachita's "true work?"
(a) She wishes to heal as Pachita does.
(b) She wishes to be apart of Pachita's work.
(c) She wants to worship Pachita.
(d) Pachita's true work is evil.
14. Who is Great Aunt Dixie?
(a) An evil priestess.
(b) Pachita's relative.
(c) Simply Johanna's aunt.
(d) A woman famous for her spiritual powers.
15. Where does her faith and roots of Christianity come from?
(a) Her Catholic school.
(b) Her husband.
(c) It appeared spontaneously.
(d) Her parents.
Short Answer Questions
1. 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?
2. What is another and more sinister meaning of mind control?
3. Why does Johanna become depressed?
4. After her second encounter with Professor Koch, who does the author begin to see?
5. Who is really in control of the minds working within the Mind Control group?
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