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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 does Crowley refer to as man's deepest state of mind?
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. Crowley writes that while faith dies quickly, ____ seems to stay perpetually young.
5. What word does Crowley ascribe to the individual soul?
Short Answer Questions
1. What series of Yogic positions does Crowley cite in Chapter 73?
2. What does Crowley call for the death of all of in Chapter 61, which he attributes as a symbol for Christ?
3. The completion of what will be the destruction of all things?
4. Crowley compares the mind to what in Chapter 42, suggesting constant change?
5. The magician in Chapter 44 says, "There is no grace: there is no guilt: This is the Law: _________."
Short Essay Questions
1. What symbols does Crowley use in "Plover's Eggs"? What do they represent?
2. What is the Hindu parable of the Infinite Snake Ananta? Why does Crowley cite this story?
3. What number is prominent in Chapter 54? What is this parable about?
4. What does Crowley write of logic in "Hashed Pheasant"?
5. What does Crowley indicate about light in the ritual of "Twig?"
6. What is Crowley's conclusion in "Phaeton" regarding the horse?
7. What does Crowley write of life and death in "Mulberry Tops"?
8. What is Crowley alluding to within "The Duck-Billed Platypus" in describing the Rose?
9. How does Crowley describe certainty and doubt in "Terrier Work"?
10. What is the Wheel of Samsara? What other wheels does Crowley describe in "Wheel and -- Whoa!"?
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