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Wand: Quiz


Question 1: In dramatic fiction, wands can serve as weapons in magical ________.
HawaiiUnited StatesDuelLouisiana

Question 2: 10 ________ = 1 chain about 20 metres
Dutch languageGerman languagePolish languageFathom

Question 3: It may also have originated as the drumming stick of a shaman, especially in ________ and Siberia, as when using it to bang on his drum or point, to perform religious, healing, and magical ceremonies.
South AsiaMiddle EastEuropeCentral Asia

Question 4: Wooden wands of about 60" in length were popular exercise implements during the Victorian era, particularly in the U.S.A. and in ________, being used to perform various flexibility and strengthening routines.
United KingdomBarbadosUnited StatesCanada

Question 5: The first magical wand featured in the Odyssey: that of ________, who used it to transform Odysseus's men into animals.

Question 6: In Wicca and ________, practitioners use several magical tools including wands for the channeling of energy—they serve a similar purpose to the athame although the two have their distinct uses.
Ceremonial magicHermetic QabalahAleister CrowleyMagick

Question 7: This article incorporates text from the public-domain ________ of 1913.
Catholic EncyclopediaUnited StatesCatholic ChurchPope John Paul II

Question 8: There is some scholarly opinion that the magic wand may have its roots as a symbol of the ________.
Greek mythologyAphroditePhallusPriapus

Question 9: A wand is a thin, straight, hand-held stick of wood, stone, ________, or metal.

Question 10: The wand is also a pre-________ unit of length used in the British Isles equal to approximately the modern metre, apparently dating from an early use as a yardstick (originally as a generic term).
Cnut the GreatNormansNormandyEngland

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