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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to the author what does Pachita attempt to disguise her work as?
(a) God's work.
(d) Pagan rituals.
2. What are these beings?
(a) Very small, ruddy looking creatures.
(b) Creations of Johanna's imagination.
(c) Large, overwhelming beings.
(d) They do not actually exist.
3. Does the author seem to love her family?
(a) No, she feels trapped by them.
(b) Yes, but only her sister.
(c) She loves her parents but does not get along with her sister.
(d) Yes, but with reservations.
4. What is Tom's philosophy in teaching Mind Control?
(b) Not everyone is gifted enough to practice.
(c) Participants can become aware of their potential to protect humanity.
(d) It is an art.
5. What does the author's interest in the occult do to her social life?
(a) Creates an interesting personality.
(b) She finds her own group to hang out with.
(c) Makes her very popular.
(d) Separates her from young people her age.
Short Answer Questions
1. What other of Johanna's powers have improved?
2. Does the author have many happy memories of being with her family as a child?
3. What theater was the author performing in DC?
4. On a narrative level, what does chapter one serve as for the rest of the book?
5. Who are Johanna and Tom confronted by as they pull up to the house they are to visit?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does mind control help humanity?
2. What does Jesus' appearance mean for Johanna?
3. What type of schooling did Johanna receive?
4. What is the double meaning for the words "Mind Control."
5. What is the overall tone and feeling of Johanna's childhood?
6. As a part of the program, practitioners are given two mentors. Who are Johanna's mentors?
7. What did Johanna rely on while being attacked by other school children?
8. What literary device is prevalent during the first part of the book?
9. By not mentioning more of her parents actions in the book, what conclusion does the reader draw?
10. Why does the author's relationship with Beck suddenly come to an end?
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