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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does the narrator say was present with the formation of the United States?
(a) The same democracy as in Ancient Greece.
(b) Unity between individual power and collective grace.
(c) Enactment of true human rights.
(d) How a rebellion can go right.
2. Into what did the narrator say the freedom of the 1960's grow?
(a) Into heavy drug use.
(b) Into the power of money.
(c) Into the control of government by big business.
(d) Into a belief system where all that mattered was desire and its fulfillment.
3. What does the narrator realize was also in Feyman's Birth Vision?
(a) Destroying the Appalachian Valley.
(b) Joining the narrator and the others.
(c) Dying of the power from the Experiment.
(d) A gathering of the group of seven.
4. What do Wil and the narrator learn from Feyman's Birth Vision?
(a) He was supposed to be president of America.
(b) He was born to help achieve democracy in the Middle East.
(c) He was supposed to be a doctor.
(d) He was born to help achieve transcendent energy efficiency.
5. What does Feyman hope to gain if he is successful in the Experiment?
(b) The woman he wants to marry.
(c) Power and reputation.
(d) The answers to life.
6. What does the author say the full connection between the human and the divine is?
(a) The Tenth Insight.
(b) A precept of Buddhism.
(d) Something that will occur in another 1000 years.
7. What type of thought does the narrator attribute to the Far East?
(b) Praying to oneself.
(c) Power of contemplation, enlightenment, and spiritual harmony.
(d) Worshiping ancestors.
8. What did the narrator pretend in order to finish his work in a previous life?
(a) That he was a woman.
(b) That he was a priest.
(c) That he could cure a king's illness.
(d) That his ankle was hurt.
9. 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.
10. 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.
11. Who ignored Charlene in a previous life?
(a) Her mother.
(b) The men around her.
(c) Her husband.
(d) Her father.
12. What did the victory for the military in the white/Indian confrontation do to Feyman?
(a) He became chief of what was left of the tribe.
(b) He left the military and became a drunk.
(c) It led to Feyman's destruction.
(d) He became a powerful politician.
13. What happened to the Gnostic Gospels?
(a) They were destroyed by the church.
(b) They were found hidden away in Israel.
(c) They are stored in the Vatican archives.
(d) They never existed in any form but orally.
14. Wil says people who are unable to let go of their life on earth live where?
(a) In a self-imposed, self-created Hell.
(b) In their familiar places on earth.
(d) In the ether surrounding the earth.
15. 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) A watered down version of redemption.
(d) New age heresy.
Short Answer Questions
1. For what does the narrator say science was responsible?
2. Where do Webber and the narrator go when they leave the bunker?
3. How did the narrator and Wil learn from Feyman's Birth Vision?
4. What does Wil say would help troubled, trapped souls?
5. What does the narrator say solidified fear in both the conservatives and the liberals?
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