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The Eagle's Gift Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 3, The Eagle's Gift, Chapter 9, The Rule of the Nagual Summary

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Part 3, The Eagle's Gift, Chapter 9, The Rule of the Nagual Summary and Analysis

Carlos recalls Don Juan's teaching about the warrior's "rule," which ascribes the destiny of all living beings to the Eagle, which feeds on awareness, which only seers perpetuate after death by entering the the opening hidden passage to freedom. Naguals are double beings, occurring in male/female pairs, such that they appear to seers as a luminous egg having four compartments, their right and left sides each having two sections. Naguals have male and female assistants of distinct types who live in groupings and come together only for strenuous tasks or to leave the world. To be sure that the Nagual man leads truly, the Nagual woman is taken to the other world to serve as a beacon to the hidden opening. The man and his warriors...

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