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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does the narrator get out of where he was drawn?
(a) A white blurr pushes him away.
(b) Charlene calls to him.
(c) The dissonance sound happens again.
(d) Wil pulls him.
2. 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.
3. What type of job did the narrator have the first time he met Maya and Webber?
(a) A pony express rider.
(b) A trapper.
(c) A muscian.
(d) A calvary officer.
4. Where do Webber and the narrator go when they leave the bunker?
(a) The cave.
(b) The park entrance.
(c) The woods.
(d) The waterfall.
5. 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 bring Feyman into the group.
(d) To help Williams.
6. What did the author say was different about Christ from most people?
(a) He had full awareness of his Birth Vision.
(b) He was part God.
(c) He believed in no religion.
(d) He believed in all religions.
7. What does the narrator realize about the way he has lived his life?
(a) He was living very close to his Birth Vision.
(b) He has strayed from his Birth Vision.
(c) He hasn't lived fully.
(d) He has been a good person.
8. For what does the narrator say science was responsible?
(a) Pushing intuition and insight into the background.
(b) Polluting the earth.
(c) Curing most diseases.
(d) Atomic weapons.
9. How did the narrator and Wil learn from Feyman's Birth Vision?
(a) They shared it with him.
(b) Williams told them from Feyman's Birth Vision.
(c) Charlene saw it and told them.
(d) They saw it in the ether.
10. What does Wil think individual intuitions and perceptions of destiny are?
(a) A necessity for living a Birth Vision.
(b) A part of the first nine Insights.
(c) A requirement for past life regressions.
(d) A key part of the Tenth Insight.
11. 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 transcendent energy efficiency.
(c) He was born to help achieve democracy in the Middle East.
(d) He was supposed to be a doctor.
12. When the narrator remembers a previous life in Chapter 6, what was he?
(a) A monk.
(b) A doctor.
(c) A country president.
(d) A nun.
13. What does Charlene do while the guards are distracted by Maya?
(a) Grabs one of the guard's guns.
(b) Throws a rock in the Experiment's machinery.
(c) Hits Feyman over the head.
14. What do Wil and the narrator observe on the plane where they go in the beginning of Chapter 7?
(a) A dark, gray/green cloud of energy.
(b) A bleak world which has been annihilated by nuclear war.
(c) Two people fighting.
(d) A black square split in half with a bright light.
15. Why can't the allies recapture the energy they had in the cave?
(a) The dissonance is too frequent.
(b) They are fighting again.
(c) They have been drugged.
(d) The eruptions of energy from the Experiment stop them.
Short Answer Questions
1. What happens to the four allies as they advance towards the Experiment?
2. What does Webber say is the reason the four of them feel a surge of dissonance that is more harmonious than the others?
3. Who intervened with Feyman to prevent him becoming trapped in a hell?
4. Into what did wandering tribes of humans evolve?
5. What type of thought does the narrator attribute to the Far East?
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