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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. For what does the narrator say science was responsible?
(a) Atomic weapons.
(b) Polluting the earth.
(c) Pushing intuition and insight into the background.
(d) Curing most diseases.
2. What does the narrator tell Webber?
(a) Where he met Charlene.
(b) How to blow up the underground bunker.
(c) About all his experiences with Wil and Feyman.
(d) About hell and heaven.
3. Why can't the allies recapture the energy they had in the cave?
(a) The eruptions of energy from the Experiment stop them.
(b) They have been drugged.
(c) The dissonance is too frequent.
(d) They are fighting again.
4. Who does the narrator recognize where he is drawn?
(a) The military commander of the white/Indian confrontation.
(b) Long Eagle.
(d) Feyman's soul group.
5. From where does Webber know Charlene?
(a) They attended the same church.
(b) They worked at the same electronic firm.
(c) From high school.
(d) He met her at a seminar.
6. What type of job did the narrator have the first time he met Maya and Webber?
(a) A muscian.
(b) A pony express rider.
(c) A trapper.
(d) A calvary officer.
7. What does the narrator realize about the way he has lived his life?
(a) He has been a good person.
(b) He was living very close to his Birth Vision.
(c) He has strayed from his Birth Vision.
(d) He hasn't lived fully.
8. What does the author say the full connection between the human and the divine is?
(a) Something that will occur in another 1000 years.
(b) A precept of Buddhism.
(c) The Tenth Insight.
9. What does Wil tell the narrator their task is to be?
(a) To destroy the Experiment.
(b) To gather the group of seven, help them release their Fear-based resentments of each other.
(c) To help Williams.
(d) To bring Feyman into the group.
10. What does Feyman hope to gain if he is successful in the Experiment?
(b) The woman he wants to marry.
(c) The answers to life.
(d) Power and reputation.
11. To what does the narrator say the vision-inspired Christian faith gave way?
(a) New age heresy.
(b) Liberal interpretation of the Bible.
(c) A watered down version of redemption.
(d) Fear-inspired domination of the church.
12. Where does Webber see Charlene taken?
(a) To the cave.
(b) To Feyman's jeep.
(c) Into the underground bunker.
(d) To the ranger station.
13. What do Charlene, the narrator, Maya and Webber do in the cave?
(a) Plan how to kidnap Feyman.
(b) Go to sleep.
(c) Eat some more dinner.
(d) Discuss their situation.
14. What did the narrator pretend in order to finish his work in a previous life?
(a) That he was a woman.
(b) That his ankle was hurt.
(c) That he was a priest.
(d) That he could cure a king's illness.
15. What does the narrator realize was also in Feyman's Birth Vision?
(a) Destroying the Appalachian Valley.
(b) A gathering of the group of seven.
(c) Joining the narrator and the others.
(d) Dying of the power from the Experiment.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Webber say is the reason the four of them feel a surge of dissonance that is more harmonious than the others?
2. What did the victory for the military in the white/Indian confrontation do to Feyman?
3. What does the narrator say moved the human race forward to a closer union with the divine in the 1960's?
4. Wil says people who are unable to let go of their life on earth live where?
5. What happened to the Gnostic Gospels?
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