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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does the narrator say motivates the corporations?
(d) Concern for the earth.
2. What does John Donald Williams experience?
(a) A sense of peace.
(b) A life review.
(c) A chance to go back.
(d) A moment of panic.
3. Where does the narrator go when he and Webber part company?
(a) To the cave.
(b) To find Charlene.
(c) To the Experiment.
(d) To find Wil.
4. Why does Maya leave to go to town?
(a) To request a helicopter evacuation.
(b) To get a shot of morphine for the narrator.
(c) To get some equipment to heal the narrator's ankle.
(d) To get an EMT to come look at the narrator's ankle.
5. What happens to Williams and the other souls?
(a) They return to their physical bodies.
(b) They travel towards the West.
(c) They join with Wil and the narrator.
(d) They vanish.
6. What is Long Eagle's predominant emotion as he is speaking to the narrator?
7. Where does the narrator go?
(a) To a cave.
(b) Back to his camp.
(c) To town.
(d) A different plane of energy.
8. How does Webber feel about some of his previous work?
9. What is the dream about?
(a) Neither Wil nor the narrator can see the images of this dreamer.
(b) A means of traveling through vast areas of space.
(c) A reliving of a Birth Vision.
(d) A visit with God.
10. With whom has the narrator been renewing his acquaintance since returning from Peru?
(a) His roommate from college.
(b) His ex-wife.
11. Who is David Long Eagle?
(a) An Apache medicine man.
(b) A man with whom the narrator begins a conversation.
(c) A Pueblo medicine man.
(d) A shamen in the Painted Desert.
12. What happened in the valley where the narrator is in past centuries?
(a) Countless vision quests and other spiritual encounters.
(b) A migration of many tribes from their original homeland.
(c) Countless gatherings of tribes to affirm peace.
(d) A massacre of the Indians.
13. What does the narrator say he and Webber are pursuing?
(a) How to love.
(b) A spiritual World Vision.
(c) New forms of energy.
(d) Peace on earth.
14. What is described in the Bible's Book of Revelation that, according to Joel, some people believe is happening?
(a) The judgment of the tribes of Israel.
(b) The establishment of a new social order.
(c) The judgment of the Human Race.
(d) The end times.
15. What does Joel think abounds in the world?
(a) Social/legal/political corruption and self interest.
(b) Self sacrifice.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Lipscomb leave?
2. What does Webber intend to do to the Experiment?
3. Why does the narrator hide behind some rocks?
4. What does Joel describe in great detail?
5. Who does the narrator encounter where he goes?
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