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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 the system that fails to deal with the Fear in contemporary life?
(b) The socio/political approaches.
(c) Money and power.
2. What do the narrator and Wil learn from Feyman's life review about Feyman and the white/Indian confrontation?
(a) He was a chief killed then.
(b) He was Charlene's husband.
(c) His silence led to the military victory.
(d) He was the brother of the military leader.
3. What does the narrator realize was also in Feyman's Birth Vision?
(a) Destroying the Appalachian Valley.
(b) Dying of the power from the Experiment.
(c) Joining the narrator and the others.
(d) A gathering of the group of seven.
4. What do Wil and the narrator learn from Feyman's Birth Vision?
(a) He was born to help achieve democracy in the Middle East.
(b) He was supposed to be president of America.
(c) He was supposed to be a doctor.
(d) He was born to help achieve transcendent energy efficiency.
5. What does the narrator say is the reason people don't let go of their life on earth after they die?
(b) Love of life.
(d) Strong feelings for someone still on earth.
6. What does the narrator say solidified fear in both the conservatives and the liberals?
(a) The inability to compromise their party platforms.
(b) The need for money to advance their agendas.
(c) Too many hateful, mud slinging campaigns.
(d) The desire to control the other's well being and freedom.
7. Who ignored Charlene in a previous life?
(a) The men around her.
(b) Her husband.
(c) Her mother.
(d) Her father.
8. 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.
9. 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 was living very close to his Birth Vision.
(d) He hasn't lived fully.
10. What does the narrator believe about every individual who comes to earth as a human?
(a) They are a mixture of good and evil.
(b) Everyone has the good intentions of his/her Birth Vision.
(c) All of them are in need of redemption.
(d) All of them are all bad.
11. Why do the narrator and Wil become aware of Feyman?
(a) An Experiment-triggered dissonance jolts them.
(b) His soul group comes in view.
(c) He has entered their plane to check on his Experiment.
(d) He is sleeping and dreaming.
12. What did the author say was different about Christ from most people?
(a) He believed in no religion.
(b) He had full awareness of his Birth Vision.
(c) He was part God.
(d) He believed in all religions.
13. What happens to the four allies as they advance towards the Experiment?
(b) They fall in a pit.
(c) They are captured.
(d) They get in an argument.
14. What does the the narrator urge Wil to do at the beginning of Chapter 6?
(a) End the Experiment.
(b) Talk to Feyman.
(c) Take him to Charlene.
(d) Take him to another plane.
15. What does Wil think individual intuitions and perceptions of destiny are?
(a) A part of the first nine Insights.
(b) A requirement for past life regressions.
(c) A key part of the Tenth Insight.
(d) A necessity for living a Birth Vision.
Short Answer Questions
1. What was the narrator's ultimate end in the previous life he envisioned?
2. Of what is the narrator immediately aware as he returns to the physical plane at the beginning of Chapter 8?
3. What does the narrator say the Gnostic Gospels were?
4. What do Charlene, the narrator, Maya and Webber do in the cave?
5. What does Wil say would help troubled, trapped souls?
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