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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. With what does Feyman walk?
(a) With a limp.
(b) With a walker.
(c) With a cane.
(d) He walks like everyone else.
2. What does Wil tell the narrator their task is to be?
(a) To help Williams.
(b) To bring Feyman into the group.
(c) To destroy the Experiment.
(d) To gather the group of seven, help them release their Fear-based resentments of each other.
3. For what does the narrator say science was responsible?
(a) Pushing intuition and insight into the background.
(b) Atomic weapons.
(c) Curing most diseases.
(d) Polluting the earth.
4. What people does the narrator say espoused the idea of one God first?
(a) Ancient Greece.
(b) The Celtics.
(c) The Romans.
(d) The Hebrews.
5. In the beginning of Chapter 8, what does Webber tell the narrator to do?
(a) Come with him.
(b) Go to the waterfall.
(c) Get out of the park.
6. What did the narrator pretend in order to finish his work in a previous life?
(a) That his ankle was hurt.
(b) That he could cure a king's illness.
(c) That he was a woman.
(d) That he was a priest.
7. What did the author say was different about Christ from most people?
(a) He believed in all religions.
(b) He believed in no religion.
(c) He had full awareness of his Birth Vision.
(d) He was part God.
8. What does the the narrator urge Wil to do at the beginning of Chapter 6?
(a) Talk to Feyman.
(b) Take him to another plane.
(c) End the Experiment.
(d) Take him to Charlene.
9. What do Wil and the narrator learn from Feyman's Birth Vision?
(a) He was born to help achieve transcendent energy efficiency.
(b) He was born to help achieve democracy in the Middle East.
(c) He was supposed to be president of America.
(d) He was supposed to be a doctor.
10. Who does the narrator recognize where he is drawn?
(a) Long Eagle.
(b) The military commander of the white/Indian confrontation.
(d) Feyman's soul group.
11. What kind of vision do the four allies experience?
(a) Feyman becoming one of them.
(b) The stopping of the Experiment.
(c) The creation of the world.
(d) All the past lives they have shared.
12. What does the narrator say began in the 1960's?
(b) Drug use.
(c) A breakdown of all the old Fear based structures.
(d) Riots and peace marches.
13. What does the narrator tell Webber?
(a) Where he met Charlene.
(b) How to blow up the underground bunker.
(c) About hell and heaven.
(d) About all his experiences with Wil and Feyman.
14. What does the narrator say the Gnostic Gospels were?
(a) Information left from another plane.
(b) Wisdom from past lives.
(c) The writings of Christ himself.
(d) Early, but rejected, manifestations of the World Vision.
15. What happened to the Gnostic Gospels?
(a) They are stored in the Vatican archives.
(b) They were destroyed by the church.
(c) They never existed in any form but orally.
(d) They were found hidden away in Israel.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the narrator see when he is pulled into the answer in question #127?
2. Who do the four allies see when they go into the underground bunker?
3. Why can't the allies recapture the energy they had in the cave?
4. What does the author say the full connection between the human and the divine is?
5. Who tries to convince Feyman to stop the Experiment?
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