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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who do the narrator and Webber think might have helped him?
(c) Long Eagle.
2. What is Long Eagle's predominant emotion as he is speaking to the narrator?
3. What is the narrator's quest?
(a) For the tenth insight.
(b) For the twelth insight.
(c) For the Holy Grail.
(d) For the sixth sense.
4. What does the narrator say he and Webber are pursuing?
(a) Peace on earth.
(b) A spiritual World Vision.
(c) How to love.
(d) New forms of energy.
5. Where does the narrator go?
(a) A different plane of energy.
(b) Back to his camp.
(c) To a cave.
(d) To town.
6. What happens to Williams and the other souls?
(a) They join with Wil and the narrator.
(b) They return to their physical bodies.
(c) They travel towards the West.
(d) They vanish.
7. Where does the narrator travel?
(a) To Nepal.
(b) To the Gobi desert.
(c) To the location of the map.
(d) To India to seek enlightenment.
8. With whom does Joel Lipscomb have an encounter?
(b) Probably Charlene.
(c) Lost Two Horse.
(d) Probably Long Eagle.
9. Where does the narrator go when he and Webber part company?
(a) To the cave.
(b) To find Wil.
(c) To find Charlene.
(d) To the Experiment.
10. Where are Wil and the narrator?
(a) In a place of nightmares.
(b) In a place of dreams.
(c) In purgatory.
(d) On holy ground.
11. Where is the mysterious sketch left?
(a) On his ex-wife's desk.
(b) On Charlene's desk.
(c) On his grandmother's desk.
(d) On his doctor's desk.
12. How do Wil and the narrator experience themselves on a new plane of energy?
(a) As luminescent and filled with energy.
(b) As intermingled.
(c) As intermittent waves.
(d) As more solid.
13. With whom does Webber say he worked who the narrator knows?
14. Who is without Forest Service identification?
(a) The lumberjack.
(b) The two gray jeeps.
(c) The man driving the bulldozer.
(d) The man dressed as a ranger.
15. What may keep some people from understanding the insight for which Wil and the narrator are searching?
(b) Lack of desire.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Williams deliberately ignore the pleas of a white woman and large white man to negotiate for peace in a past life?
2. Who is David Long Eagle?
3. What is about to collapse according to Joel?
4. Where has the narrator seen Wil before?
5. How does the narrator's ankle feel?
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