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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the nature of Joel's attitude towards spirituality?
2. In whose dream has Maya appeared?
(a) The narrator.
3. What past life experience does Williams experience?
(a) Owning slaves.
(b) Killing his brother to gain all the estate from his father.
(c) Saving people when Krakatoa is exploding.
(d) One in which he enables a battle between white colonists and natives.
4. What pushes the narrator out of the other dimension?
(a) The Ranger.
(d) A burst of sound and energy.
5. What does the narrator rationalize about his ankle?
(a) It wasn't that injured to begin with.
(b) It is broken and not sprained and Maya is probably not a doctor.
(c) It would have been this good whether Maya had treated it or not.
(d) He doesn't really think about his ankle.
6. How do Wil and the narrator experience themselves on a new plane of energy?
(a) As luminescent and filled with energy.
(b) As intermittent waves.
(c) As intermingled.
(d) As more solid.
7. What does Maya do after the narrator tells her what he thinks about her?
(a) Sits down and thinks about it.
(b) Slaps him in the face.
(d) Begins to learn from him.
8. What is the narrator doing when Maya finds him at the beginning of Chapter 5?
(a) Recovering from his latest sudden journey from the realm of energy.
(c) Talking to Wil.
9. What does Webber say about multinational corporations?
(a) They are after him.
(b) They are responsible for an axis shift.
(c) They want to take over the United States government.
(d) There are some who are experimenting with cheap forms of energy.
10. What is described in the Bible's Book of Revelation that, according to Joel, some people believe is happening?
(a) The end times.
(b) The establishment of a new social order.
(c) The judgment of the tribes of Israel.
(d) The judgment of the Human Race.
11. What does the narrator suggest to Maya about who she is?
(a) She is a reincarnated Native American.
(b) She is the reincarnation of his sister.
(c) She is Charlene's spiritual guide.
(d) She is one of the group of seven.
12. 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 angels are singing.
(d) The words the dreamer is saying.
13. Where has the narrator seen Wil before?
(a) In Brazil.
(b) In India.
(c) In Peru.
(d) In Ecuador.
14. What does Long Eagle say the narrator must do?
(a) Travel back to Peru.
(b) Trust his instincts.
(c) Find a way into the farthest gateway.
(d) Leave and go home.
15. Why does Lipscomb leave?
(a) His desire to do so becomes more urgent.
(b) He has an appointment.
(c) He is afraid of the lumberjack.
(d) He is afraid of the men in the jeeps.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why do Maya and the narrator hide?
2. Who is without Forest Service identification?
3. Why were the narrator and Webber able to escape an earthquake without injury?
4. Of what has Wil discovered some awareness?
5. What does the narrator consider telling Maya?
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