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Journey to Ixtlan: The Lessons of Don Juan - Part One, Stopping The World: Chapter 7, Being Inaccessible Summary & Analysis

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On June 29, 1961 Don Juan impresses Castaneda with his knowledge of the life and habits of quail By day's end they catch five. Don Juan sets three free because two are enough. Castaneda jokes how he would have eaten all five. Don Juan contends that if he had, everything, including the shrubs and quail would have united to stop them. Castaneda asks if he is serious. Don Juan explains that he enjoys laughing, but that he is "deadly serious."

It is late, but Don Juan tells Castaneda they must climb to a hilltop and get away from shrubs. He adds not to be afraid because he will protect him. This scares Castaneda. Suddenly Don Juan becomes alert and points at shrubs. "There it is, Look!" Other than a wind gust that makes...

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