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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is another and more sinister meaning of mind control?
(a) Brainwashing other people.
(b) Controlling one's faith.
(c) Giving yourself to Satan.
(d) The group has no ill meanings.
2. What does the first three quarters of the book concern itself with?
(a) Meeting her husband.
(c) Her childhood.
(d) Experiences of the occult.
3. According to the author, what is the true quality of the occult practice?
(b) Deceptive nature.
4. Where does the author usually encounter fretful spirits?
(a) In theater buildings.
(b) In her home town.
(c) In graveyards.
(d) At school.
5. 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.
6. What does the author believe her parents are responsible for?
(a) Allowing bad influences of other people to be present.
(b) Darkness that is present during her early years.
(c) Exposing her to adult behavior.
(d) Verbal abuse toward her and her sister.
7. What does Johanna envision her mind laboratory to be like?
(a) The theater at Chapel Hill.
(b) Her childhood bedroom.
(c) A luxurious room full of crystal.
(d) An indoor park.
8. Who does Johanna feel very connected to during her childhood?
(a) Her sister.
(b) Her love of theater.
(c) The bishop's sons.
(d) Her school work.
9. Chapters 2-9 mostly dealt with _______, setting a background for the story.
10. 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.
11. Who did Great Aunt Dixie feel would inherit her gift?
(a) Johanna's sister, Kim.
(b) Johanna's mother.
(c) A family member from Johanna's generation.
(d) Cousin Andy.
12. What is the metaphorical meaning of her pet snake?
(a) Nothing. Johanna enjoys her pet snake.
(b) Snakes have long been aligned with God.
(c) It makes Johanna powerful.
(d) The snake is evil. It is the embodiment of Satan.
13. What does Damon get the author to do?
(a) Create a play with him.
(b) Try marijuana.
(c) Sleep with him.
(d) Take hallucinogenic drugs.
14. What is missing about the author's upbringing?
(a) A close family unit.
(c) The presence of religion.
(d) Lots of friends.
15. Where does Johanna's father find the mind control program?
(a) In the newspaper.
(b) On the internet.
(c) Through a church.
(d) An ad in a magazine.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the author's interest in the occult do to her social life?
2. At the beginning of "The Encounter," why is the author frustrated?
3. How does the author feel when Jesus appears to her?
4. How do most occult practices present themselves?
5. At first, what did Mind Control mean to Johanna?
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