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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Wil say is needed to complete the narrator's task?
(a) A deeper understanding of the Tenth Insight.
(b) New energy regulations.
(c) Charlene's help.
(d) The National Guard.
2. In the beginning of Chapter 8, what does Webber tell the narrator to do?
(a) Get out of the park.
(b) Go to the waterfall.
(d) Come with him.
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 type of thought does the narrator attribute to the Far East?
(b) Praying to oneself.
(c) Worshiping ancestors.
(d) Power of contemplation, enlightenment, and spiritual harmony.
5. Why can't the allies recapture the energy they had in the cave?
(a) They have been drugged.
(b) The eruptions of energy from the Experiment stop them.
(c) The dissonance is too frequent.
(d) They are fighting again.
6. What does the narrator say solidified fear in both the conservatives and the liberals?
(a) Too many hateful, mud slinging campaigns.
(b) The inability to compromise their party platforms.
(c) The desire to control the other's well being and freedom.
(d) The need for money to advance their agendas.
7. Who does the narrator recognize where he is drawn?
(b) Long Eagle.
(c) The military commander of the white/Indian confrontation.
(d) Feyman's soul group.
8. In the beginning of Chapter 6, Part 2, in a vision the narrator has what is the first stage of human history?
(a) Stone Age.
(b) Dawnings of consciousness.
(c) Wandering tribes.
(d) Cave dwellers.
9. What does Wil tell the narrator their task is to be?
(a) To gather the group of seven, help them release their Fear-based resentments of each other.
(b) To bring Feyman into the group.
(c) To help Williams.
(d) To destroy the Experiment.
10. What does the author say the Fear distorted in the history of human kind?
(a) The belief in God.
(b) The Birth Visions.
(c) The use of instinct.
(d) The peace process.
11. What does the narrator say began in the 1960's?
(a) Riots and peace marches.
(b) Drug use.
(c) A breakdown of all the old Fear based structures.
12. What does the narrator realize about the way he has lived his life?
(a) He has strayed from his Birth Vision.
(b) He has been a good person.
(c) He hasn't lived fully.
(d) He was living very close to his Birth Vision.
13. What does the narrator tell Webber?
(a) How to blow up the underground bunker.
(b) Where he met Charlene.
(c) About hell and heaven.
(d) About all his experiences with Wil and Feyman.
14. To what does the narrator say the vision-inspired Christian faith gave way?
(a) Fear-inspired domination of the church.
(b) Liberal interpretation of the Bible.
(c) New age heresy.
(d) A watered down version of redemption.
15. What type of job did the narrator have the first time he met Maya and Webber?
(a) A calvary officer.
(b) A muscian.
(c) A pony express rider.
(d) A trapper.
Short Answer Questions
1. What was the narrator's ultimate end in the previous life he envisioned?
2. As Webber and Maya are dealing with each other what do the three of them see?
3. What do the narrator and Wil learn from Feyman's life review about Feyman and the white/Indian confrontation?
4. What kind of vision do the four allies experience?
5. What does Wil confirm about Williams to the narrator?
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