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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What can the narrator not understand?
(a) The images of the dreaming person's dream.
(b) The way the cloud keeps changing colors.
(c) The words the dreamer is saying.
(d) The words the angels are singing.
2. Who is Wil?
(a) A man who is with Charlene.
(b) A ghost of someone who dies in the valley a century earlier.
(c) The narrator's friend.
(d) One of the rangers.
3. What happens to the narrator at the end of this chapter?
(a) He is jerked back into the physical world.
(b) He begins to dream.
(c) He dies an imaginary death.
(d) He steps through a further dimension.
4. What does the narrator consider telling Maya?
(a) Why he is looking for Charlene.
(b) Everything he experienced with Wil in the other dimension.
(c) What he learns in Peru.
(d) What the twelth insight is.
5. How does Long Eagle think he may connect with other dimensions?
(a) Through gateways in the valley.
(b) By quantum physics.
(c) By peyote.
(d) Through transcendental meditation.
6. Who is without Forest Service identification?
(a) The man driving the bulldozer.
(b) The man dressed as a ranger.
(c) The two gray jeeps.
(d) The lumberjack.
7. With whom has the narrator been renewing his acquaintance since returning from Peru?
(a) His ex-wife.
(c) His roommate from college.
8. What past life experience does Williams experience?
(a) Killing his brother to gain all the estate from his father.
(b) One in which he enables a battle between white colonists and natives.
(c) Owning slaves.
(d) Saving people when Krakatoa is exploding.
9. What does the narrator say he and Webber are pursuing?
(a) Peace on earth.
(b) How to love.
(c) A spiritual World Vision.
(d) New forms of energy.
10. Who is the next dreaming soul?
11. What is the dream about?
(a) A means of traveling through vast areas of space.
(b) A visit with God.
(c) Neither Wil nor the narrator can see the images of this dreamer.
(d) A reliving of a Birth Vision.
12. How does Webber feel about some of his previous work?
13. With whom does Webber say he worked who the narrator knows?
14. Why does the narrator stay behind?
(a) To stop the bulldozer.
(b) To look for Charlene.
(c) To look for some of the grey wolves.
(d) To help the lumberjack who has cut himself.
15. What may keep some people from understanding the insight for which Wil and the narrator are searching?
(c) Lack of desire.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does the narrator hide behind some rocks?
2. Who is Feyman?
3. What happens to Williams and the other souls?
4. With whom does Joel Lipscomb have an encounter?
5. Where does the narrator travel?
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