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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 needed to complete the narrator's task?
(a) The National Guard.
(b) Charlene's help.
(c) New energy regulations.
(d) A deeper understanding of the Tenth Insight.
2. 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) A green slime coated landscape with people moving slowly in circles.
(c) A series of menacing scenarios with people doing different things.
(d) Fifteen children eating and some adults.
3. What do the four allies do when they reunite after getting away from the bunker?
(a) Eat dinner.
(b) Leave the park.
(c) Re-establish their connection with the unified energy.
(d) Call the police.
4. What does the narrator say is the reason people don't let go of their life on earth after they die?
(c) Strong feelings for someone still on earth.
(d) Love of life.
5. What does the author see as originating in Ancient Greece?
(c) Fishing fleets.
6. What does Maya tell Webber and the narrator?
(a) She is leaving and returning to Florida.
(b) She has tied a ranger up in the woods.
(c) She can't communicate with any ranger she trusts.
(d) She can't find Charlene.
7. What do the narrator and Wil learn from Feyman's life review about Feyman and the white/Indian confrontation?
(a) His silence led to the military victory.
(b) He was the brother of the military leader.
(c) He was a chief killed then.
(d) He was Charlene's husband.
8. Why can't the allies recapture the energy they had in the cave?
(a) They have been drugged.
(b) They are fighting again.
(c) The eruptions of energy from the Experiment stop them.
(d) The dissonance is too frequent.
9. What type of thought does the narrator attribute to the Far East?
(a) Praying to oneself.
(b) Power of contemplation, enlightenment, and spiritual harmony.
(d) Worshiping ancestors.
10. What dimension holds the souls who have been present along the road of human evolution?
(a) The Afterlife dimension.
(b) The seventh dimension.
(c) The ether dimension.
(d) The pre-bang dimension.
11. Into what did wandering tribes of humans evolve?
(b) Civilized communities.
(c) Cave dwellers.
(d) Semi-stationary tribes.
12. 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.
(c) In the ether surrounding the earth.
13. When the narrator remembers a previous life in Chapter 6, what was he?
(a) A country president.
(b) A nun.
(c) A monk.
(d) A doctor.
14. For what does the narrator say science was responsible?
(a) Atomic weapons.
(b) Curing most diseases.
(c) Pushing intuition and insight into the background.
(d) Polluting the earth.
15. What does the narrator say was present with the formation of the United States?
(a) How a rebellion can go right.
(b) The same democracy as in Ancient Greece.
(c) Enactment of true human rights.
(d) Unity between individual power and collective grace.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Wil think intuition is?
2. When the narrator returns to the physical plane at the end of Chapter 7, who does he see?
3. What does the narrator say the Gnostic Gospels were?
4. What does Feyman hope to gain if he is successful in the Experiment?
5. What do Wil and the narrator learn from Feyman's Birth Vision?
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