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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. As Webber and Maya are dealing with each other what do the three of them see?
(a) Charlene being walked through the woods at gunpoint.
(b) Williams streaking through the woods.
(c) Wil coming into the cave.
(d) Charlene running towards them.
2. What was the narrator's ultimate end in the previous life he envisioned?
(a) He was executed.
(b) He was shot during a war.
(c) He caught a disease from a patient.
(d) He drowned.
3. Who tries to convince Feyman to stop the Experiment?
(a) The narrator.
(c) Webber, Charlene and Maya.
(d) Long Eagle.
4. What does the narrator believe about every individual who comes to earth as a human?
(a) All of them are in need of redemption.
(b) Everyone has the good intentions of his/her Birth Vision.
(c) All of them are all bad.
(d) They are a mixture of good and evil.
5. Who does the narrator recognize where he is drawn?
(a) The military commander of the white/Indian confrontation.
(b) Long Eagle.
(c) Feyman's soul group.
6. What do Wil and the narrator observe on the plane where they go in the beginning of Chapter 7?
(a) A bleak world which has been annihilated by nuclear war.
(b) A black square split in half with a bright light.
(c) A dark, gray/green cloud of energy.
(d) Two people fighting.
7. What does the narrator realize was also in Feyman's Birth Vision?
(a) Dying of the power from the Experiment.
(b) Destroying the Appalachian Valley.
(c) A gathering of the group of seven.
(d) Joining the narrator and the others.
8. At the end of Chapter 6, where does Wil tell the narrator they must go for more enlightenment?
(b) The Far East.
(d) Into Christ's dream vision.
9. Into what did the narrator say the freedom of the 1960's grow?
(a) Into heavy drug use.
(b) Into a belief system where all that mattered was desire and its fulfillment.
(c) Into the control of government by big business.
(d) Into the power of money.
10. The narrator says the church suppressed the doctrine because of what?
(a) To hide the real facts of the early church.
(b) To make them look right.
(c) Because the Gnostics were Muslim.
(d) To have full power over people.
11. What does Webber say is the reason the four of them feel a surge of dissonance that is more harmonious than the others?
(a) They have become used to the dissonance.
(b) The machinery is working better.
(c) The Experiment is almost complete.
(d) The Experiment has shut down.
12. How does the narrator get out of where he was drawn?
(a) Charlene calls to him.
(b) A white blurr pushes him away.
(c) The dissonance sound happens again.
(d) Wil pulls him.
13. Who was Charlene in the life of the Native American war?
(a) The wife of a chief.
(b) An Indian woman of great power.
(c) The governor of the state of Virginia.
(d) The wife of a calvary officer.
14. What does the narrator see when he is pulled into the answer in question #127?
(a) Dead animals lying all over and people walking among them.
(b) Fifteen children eating and some adults.
(c) A green slime coated landscape with people moving slowly in circles.
(d) A series of menacing scenarios with people doing different things.
15. 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.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the narrator say about the tension between Webber and Maya?
2. What do Webber and the narrator do when they go back to the cave?
3. What does the narrator say the Gnostic Gospels were?
4. What did the author say was different about Christ from most people?
5. How did the narrator and Wil learn from Feyman's Birth Vision?
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