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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Chapter 64 is a conversation between Crowley and the angels Din and who?
2. Crowley writes that while faith dies quickly, ____ seems to stay perpetually young.
3. In Chapter 68, Crowley is eating at a restaurant reflecting on how his situation compares to that of other ______.
(a) Great prophets.
(b) Great artists.
(c) Great writers.
(d) Great thinkers.
4. Crowley asserts in Chapter 57 that the Rose is useless without what?
(b) A woman.
(c) The Cross.
5. What represents different stages of Crowley's cosmology in Chapter 76?
6. Who is riding a camel in the beginning of Chapter 73?
7. The magician in Chapter 44 says, "There is no grace: there is no guilt: This is the Law: _________."
(a) Do what thou dream.
(b) Do what thou wilt.
(c) Do what thou believe.
(d) Do what thou think.
8. The ritual that Crowley explains in Chapter 62 is about being reborn like a what?
9. Crowley writes that only the Wheel of the ____ explains cause and effect and shows man the Path.
10. The second wheel Crowley mentions in Chapter 78 is that of the Law or what?
(d) The Word.
11. The title of Chapter 77 is much longer than the text, which consists solely of what?
(a) The End.
12. What does Crowley say is Laylah's number?
13. Crowley asserts in Chapter 60 that the best men in England are what?
14. Who lies upon the Infinite Snake in Hindu theology?
15. At what time of day is the ritual from Chapter 62 performed?
Short Answer Questions
1. Crowley describes the ego as what coming from the mind?
2. The title of Chapter 77 compares Laylah to the what?
3. The first paragraph of Chapter 75 refers to Crowley's diet changing from oysters to spring beans and what as the season changes?
4. What does Crowley call for the death of all of in Chapter 61, which he attributes as a symbol for Christ?
5. What is inside the paddock with the horse in Chapter 53?
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