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Journey to Ixtlan: The Lessons of Don Juan - Study Guide Part Two, Journey to Ixtlan: Chapter 18, The Sorcerer's Ring Of Power Summary & Analysis

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Castaneda starts this second part nine years later, in May of 1971 describing it as the last time he visits Don Juan. A friend, and fellow sorcerer named Don Genero is with Don Juan. Castaneda reports a prior encounter with don Genaro and fears him. His attempts to "stop the world," with don Genaro, not amplified here, were "disastrous." The sorcerer who is around the same age as Don Juan is clowning for the apparent discomfort of Castaneda and to the delight of Don Juan, who laughs hysterically over his friend's antics with in-joked understanding, Don Genaro lies on the floor making swimming motions and actually scoots all around on his stomach as if on ball bearings, in a way defiant to nature.

Don Juan reminds...

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