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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. This _____ is the story of experiences with the ____.
(a) Narrative; mind controllers.
(b) Narrative; occult.
(c) Story; soldiers.
(d) Tale; illusionists.
2. What is truly at the core of Pachita's work?
(a) Pure evil.
(c) God's grace.
3. What is missing about the author's upbringing?
(a) The presence of religion.
(b) Lots of friends.
(d) A close family unit.
4. What does Pachita keep on her alter?
(a) A statue of the devil.
(b) A crucifix.
(c) A Bible.
(d) A clock.
5. Who did Great Aunt Dixie feel would inherit her gift?
(a) Cousin Andy.
(b) A family member from Johanna's generation.
(c) Johanna's sister, Kim.
(d) Johanna's mother.
6. Does the author seem to love her family?
(a) Yes, but only her sister.
(b) No, she feels trapped by them.
(c) She loves her parents but does not get along with her sister.
(d) Yes, but with reservations.
7. Where does Damon take the author on this excursion?
(a) To a dance.
(b) To a graveyard.
(c) To a church.
(d) Out to dinner.
8. What makes the young author's life difficult?
(a) She is beaten by her parents.
(b) She is not an attractive girl.
(c) She hears voices and sees evil beings.
(d) She does not have many friends.
9. What is the last part of the entire book about?
(a) Unity of mind controllers.
(b) A warning against the occult.
(c) The occult's winnings.
(d) A call to arms for God's people.
10. At first, what did Mind Control mean to Johanna?
(b) A way to make Damon love her again.
(c) A way to control one's own mind.
(d) A way to control her family.
11. How does the Mind Control program advertise itself to the public?
(a) A way to join forces with God.
(b) A religion.
(c) It offered relief from mental troubles and improved mental capacity.
(d) A new way of thinking about life.
12. What are these beings?
(a) They do not actually exist.
(b) Creations of Johanna's imagination.
(c) Large, overwhelming beings.
(d) Very small, ruddy looking creatures.
13. What gets the author through her childhood and adulthood?
(a) Her fascination with acting.
(b) The feeling of comfort from the crucifix.
(c) Her close group of friends.
(d) Her family's support.
14. At the beginning of "The Encounter," why is the author frustrated?
(a) She failed a test.
(b) She has just lost her boyfriend.
(c) She lost a bet.
(d) She is late for a meeting with Pachita.
15. What is Tom's philosophy in teaching Mind Control?
(a) It is an art.
(b) Participants can become aware of their potential to protect humanity.
(d) Not everyone is gifted enough to practice.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the author's search for Pachita representative of?
2. What leads her to accept Beck's marriage proposal?
3. What was present in the author's family situation before she was born?
4. How did the nuns treat the author?
5. Who dies of occult like circumstances in "The Intruder?"
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