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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. What represents different stages of Crowley's cosmology in Chapter 76?
2. What is inside the paddock with the horse in Chapter 53?
(a) A snake.
(b) A swan.
(c) A toad.
(d) A maiden.
3. When the man in Chapter 53 finds water beneath the horse paddock, the horse inside becomes what?
(b) A river.
(c) A seashell.
(d) A seagull.
4. The motto of the Master of the Temple only concerns members of the Angel and the Abyss and even then only those at or above the level of ______.
(a) Our Lady Babylon.
(c) The Abyss.
(d) Exempt Adept.
5. What does Crowley refer to as man's deepest state of mind?
Short Answer Questions
1. At what time of day is the ritual from Chapter 62 performed?
2. Crowley states that he is against all what in Chapter 80?
3. Crowley asserts in Chapter 57 that the Rose is useless without what?
4. Crowley writes that only the Wheel of the ____ explains cause and effect and shows man the Path.
5. In Chapter 59's short poem on fate, Crowley writes he views fate as good because he will become a what?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Crowley's views of women, as noted in "The Dowser."
2. How does Crowley comfort himself in "Sodom-Apples"? What is his conclusion in this parable?
3. What does Crowley write of THE GREAT WORK in "The Bull Baiting"?
4. Discuss the ritual of the "Mass of the Phoenix."
5. Describe Crowley's equation of creation and destruction in "The Fool's Knot."
6. What does Crowley write of the Chinese octave in Chapter 44? What is his meaning?
7. How does Crowley view Laylah in relation to God in "The Praying Mantis"?
8. What does Crowley indicate about light in the ritual of "Twig?"
9. What is Crowley alluding to within "The Duck-Billed Platypus" in describing the Rose?
10. What is the process for returning to infinite nothing, as described in Chapter 74?
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