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Question 1: In the mid to late 20th century, as the ________ movement gained in popularity, the concept and imagery of the seven rays appeared in a variety of settings.
ReligionNew AgeRelationship between religion and scienceSoul

Question 2: These were known as "Gnostic ________," and were sometimes also engraved with the names "Iao Sabao".
Holy waterSacramentalsAmuletRosary

Question 3: The Seven Rays is a metaphysical concept that has appeared in several religions and ________ philosophies since at least the sixth century BCE, in both Western culture and in India.
New AgeMircea EliadeEsotericismMysticism

Question 4: In the late 1940s, art historian and writer ________ was curator in the department of Asiatic Art at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and built the first large collection of Indian art in the United States.
Swami VivekanandaD. T. SuzukiAnanda CoomaraswamyRahul Sankrityayan

Question 5: Compilation from all the ________ books of material about the Seven Rays.
David SpanglerAlice BaileyJane RobertsNew Age

Question 6: In the Gayatri prayer from the ________, the seven rays are described as the emanations of the Sun, identified with the creator of life, "Because the being who shines with seven rays, assuming the forms of time and illumines all...
VedasIndian epic poetrySanskrit literatureRigveda

Question 7: In the west, it can be seen in early western mystery traditions such as Gnosticism and the Roman Mithraic Mysteries; and in texts and iconic art of the ________ as early as the Byzantine era.
Catholic ChurchPope Gregory IPope John Paul IIPope

Question 8: SIXTH RAY: Magic of ________ (Selfless Service and Altruistic Love [ agape ]).
BhaktiJnana yogaBhagavad GitaSamadhi

Question 9: SECOND RAY: Magic of ________ (Development of Mind)
Adi ShankaraRaja YogaAdvaita VedantaHindu philosophy

Question 10: Agni is a ________ and Vedic deity depicted in three forms: fire, lightning and the sun.
VaishnavismHinduRamaHinduism







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