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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. In Chapter 33, what is the name of the Christian military order in the Middle Ages?
(a) Knights of Arthur.
(b) Knights Templar.
(c) Knights Excalibur.
(d) Knights of the Grail.
2. The thirtieth chapter is an _____ of dreams to consciousness.
(c) Extended metaphor.
(d) Open salutation.
3. Crowley compares speech with what in Chapter 5?
4. In Chapter 29, Crowley refers to making love when?
(a) During Creation.
(b) The evening sunset.
(c) The Night of Pan.
(d) The morning dew.
5. If a man can comprehend Ultimate Reality, the chain of _____ on his neck will be broken.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who will be the father of the one child the feminine of Chapter 4 gives birth to?
2. In Chapter 0, Crowley describes that God created both knowledge and what?
3. What is actually the ruler of the universe?
4. In Chapter 7, the reasoner chooses how many spheres and proclaimed them to be all of existence?
5. What term was a popular phrase in early twentieth century America, which meant something like "get out while the getting is good?"
Short Essay Questions
1. What are the four triads Crowley uses to set forth his theory of the universe's creation?
2. What does the figure of Laylah represent to Crowley? What is written of her in "The Pole Star"?
3. What is Crawley's message to the reader in "The Swan"?
4. Describe Crowley's meaning in his analogy of dreams to consciousness in Chapter 30.
5. How is Crowley's depiction of God different in "The Smoking Dog" than in previous chapters?
6. When does Crowley describe making love to Laylah in "The Southern Cross"? What is this symbolic of?
7. What is Crowley's conclusion of contradiction in "The Battle of the Ants"?
8. Discuss the Buddhist principles that Crowley introduces in "Pilgrim Talk."
9. What numerological statement does Crowley assert in "The Dragon-Flies"? What is his meaning with this number?
10. Describe Crowley's use of numerology in "The Elephant and the Tortoise."
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