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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Johanna finally confronted with during book?
2. By the end of the chapter, what is she solely focusing on?
3. Name another presence of the occult in everyday lives.
4. Name one more presence of the occult in everyday lives.
5. What is propaganda?
Short Essay Questions
1. What important character is Johanna introduced to after she joins the Light and Power House?
2. Upon returning to the United States, what groups does Johanna begin to join?
3. How is this chapter different from the rest of the book?
4. What is the "inner witness" that the author present to the reader?
5. How can the inner witness be infallible?
6. How did Pachita and Hermanito first come together into their practice?
7. Who suggests that Johanna go abroad to take time for herself? What does she find on her travels?
8. What does Johanna see in Hermanito's eyes in the section entitled "The Beautiful Side of Evil?"
9. Why is the title of the section, "Exodus," symbolic?
10. How should believers test their community leaders and religious leaders?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Good versus evil has been the subject of many books throughout history. Find a book that considers this subject and compare it to Johanna's arguments. Does the author present his arguments differently than Johanna or similarly?
Essay Topic 2
1. Explain the Mind Control program.
2. Who runs the program and what characters are vital to the organizations?
3. Discuss the dual nature of the name "Mind Control."
4. Does the name of the group lead the reader to assume they have other interests than helping humanity?
Essay Topic 3
Ultimately, Johanna comes to believe that the theater is related to occult-like behavior.
1. How do Johanna's personal experiences in theaters, cause her to draw this conclusion?
2. Describe two specific events that Johanna has in theaters.
3. Who else from the book would agree with Johanna's assertions?
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