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Journey to Ixtlan: The Lessons of Don Juan Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part Two, Journey to Ixtlan: Chapter 20, Journey to Ixtlan. Summary

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Part Two, Journey to Ixtlan: Chapter 20, Journey to Ixtlan. Summary and Analysis

Don Juan, Don Genaro and Castaneda travel together to the mountain range where Castaneda visited the day before with the objective that he may tackle his ally. Don Genaro picks a spot on a high hill to rest and they sit facing each other. Don Juan announces that Don Genaro is going to tell Castaneda something.

Don Genero begins to tell Castaneda of his encounter tackling his ally. He begins by explaining the readiness that is necessary in order to tackle one's ally. The jolt is so strong, one has to stand so that his feet grip the ground and one's mouth must be closed to avoid biting one's tongue or losing teeth. Don Genaro reiterates the power of the jolt. "It was something. . .After I grabbed it we...

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