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Journey to Ixtlan: The Lessons of Don Juan Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part One, Stopping The World: Chapter 13, A Warrior's Last Stance Summary

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Part One, Stopping The World: Chapter 13, A Warrior's Last Stance Summary and Analysis

On January 28, 1962, Don Juan announces a trip to a special place to search for power. They take off in Castaneda's car with nets and food, and arrive in the dark. They park behind a huge rock, which hides his car from view. It is dark, Castaneda cannot see. They hike in darkness to a special place to see if Castaneda is able to hunt for power. Castaneda asks Don Juan if he fails, will he still teach him. Don Juan explains they are looking for an omen. If an omen doesn't come, it means Castaneda is not able to hunt power. If this is so, Don Juan tells Castaneda he will be free to be as stupid as he wants to be, but he will continue to...

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