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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Below the Holy Three in Chapter 10 are Chaos and what?
2. What number represents the unity of the many and also the joy of that unity?
3. The first triad in Chapter 0 exists even before what?
4. ___ refers to the Greek goat god but is also a generic name used to refer to all who live above The Abyss.
5. What name is Latin for I will endure to the end?
(a) Solomne Victus.
(b) Omni Verusabus.
(c) Nuit Arma Virumque.
(d) Frater Perdurabo.
6. What is referred to by Crowley as the destruction of all things?
(a) The Coming.
(b) The End.
(c) Night of Pan.
(d) The Charioting.
7. What is the fourth part of the Sephirah?
8. What is referred to as the orgasm, or state when one encounters the universal consciousness?
(a) The Charioting.
(b) The Little Death.
(c) The Death.
(d) The Sacrifice.
9. What is the name of the first triad in Chapter 0?
(a) Ante Triad.
(b) Ante Primal Triad.
(c) Primal Triad.
(d) Proto Primal Triad.
10. What is the third chapter dedicated to?
(a) The Horse.
(b) The Pearl.
(c) The Peach.
(d) The Oyster.
11. Crowley asserts in Chapter 4 that the feminine can conquer the masculine because it has the power of what?
12. The Path is easier to follow when one sticks where?
(b) To the right.
(c) In the middle.
(d) To the left.
13. What is the Feminine referred to in Chapter 3?
(a) The Holy.
(b) The One.
(c) The Goddess.
(d) The Woman.
14. Holy Three-in-Naught are Hadit, Ra-Hoor-Khuit, and who?
15. Crowley writes in Chapter 28 that ____ never fails and does not end in life or death.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the Masculine referred to in Chapter 3?
2. Who explains that God is a two-headed eagle in Chapter 33?
3. Which character does Crowley use to refer to himself in the text?
4. In Chapter 7, the ashes of the spheres were burnt by the _____ and transformed back into the Word.
5. Crowley indicates that Chapter 38 is only comprehensible to whom?
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