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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. With whom has the narrator been renewing his acquaintance since returning from Peru?
(a) His ex-wife.
(b) His roommate from college.
2. What does Joel describe in great detail?
(a) A story about his life as a child.
(b) A description of the end times.
(c) A description of Charlene.
(d) A story about his dad's devotion to the natives of South America.
3. What is the group of seven supposed to repel?
(d) The devil.
4. What does the narrator consider telling Maya?
(a) What he learns in Peru.
(b) Why he is looking for Charlene.
(c) What the twelth insight is.
(d) Everything he experienced with Wil in the other dimension.
5. Why does Maya leave to go to town?
(a) To get a shot of morphine for the narrator.
(b) To request a helicopter evacuation.
(c) To get an EMT to come look at the narrator's ankle.
(d) To get some equipment to heal the narrator's ankle.
6. What is the narrator doing when Maya finds him at the beginning of Chapter 5?
(b) Recovering from his latest sudden journey from the realm of energy.
(d) Talking to Wil.
7. What does the narrator say he and Webber are pursuing?
(a) New forms of energy.
(b) How to love.
(c) Peace on earth.
(d) A spiritual World Vision.
8. Where has the narrator seen Wil before?
(a) In Ecuador.
(b) In Brazil.
(c) In India.
(d) In Peru.
9. What does the narrator believe about Maya?
(a) She lives in several dimensions at the same time.
(b) Maya is the reincarnation of the woman who tried to make peace between the whites and natives in Williams' dream.
(c) She is an avatar.
(d) She is a reincarnation of St. Theresa.
10. Who had Williams intended to meet in his most recent life?
(a) The Native American woman he wrongs.
(b) No one since he isn't ready yet for that encounter.
(c) The incarnation of the man he refuses to forgive.
(d) The incarnation of the large white man.
11. How do Wil and the narrator experience themselves on a new plane of energy?
(a) As intermingled.
(b) As more solid.
(c) As luminescent and filled with energy.
(d) As intermittent waves.
12. 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.
(c) Begins to learn from him.
13. What does the narrator tell the person he encounters?
(a) The story of what happens to the narrator the day before.
(b) A joke Maya tells the narrator.
(c) An allegory about his dream.
(d) A lie in order to get rid of the person.
14. What does Maya discuss with the narrator?
(a) Charlene's reasons for leaving Peru.
(b) Different ways of perceiving pain.
(c) The way to Shambala.
(d) The way through the last gateway.
15. In whose dream has Maya appeared?
(d) The narrator.
Short Answer Questions
1. What can the narrator not understand?
2. How can the narrator alter his experience of pain?
3. Why does the narrator hide behind some rocks?
4. Where does the narrator travel?
5. What does the narrator suggest to Maya about who she is?
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