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Journey to Ixtlan: The Lessons of Don Juan Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part One, Stopping The World: Chapter 11, The Mood Of A Warrior Summary

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Part One, Stopping The World: Chapter 11, The Mood Of A Warrior Summary and Analysis

This extensive chapter begins on August 31 with Castaneda and Don taking a long drive to a place of power. They drive seventy miles and turn into a dirt road until they reach mountainous slopes and park the car out of view. Don Juan picks a place to sleep, and demands complete silence.

The next day they climb a rock conglomerate and Don Juan explains it to be a place of power where warriors were long ago buried. A crow flies over them, cawing. Castaneda asks if they are going to spend the night. Don Juan says he intended to, but the crow advises against it. Castaneda asks where warriors bones are buried. Don Juan clarifies that it is not a cemetery. No bones are buried...

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