The Fire from Within - Study Guide Chapter 12, The Nagual Julian Summary & Analysis

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There is a strange excitement in the house because don Juan is close to leaving. This makes the narrator happy though he tries to feel sad. Don Juan decides to tell the narrator about the deeds of the nagual Julian, master stalker. There are two types of stalkers, those who care for their fellow man and those who do not. Julian was the type who did not; he healed people and would give them the shirt off his back. Don Juan cares about people which is demonstrated by his fear that helping people includes imposing his will on them.

Julian waits many years for an apprentice nagual. He comes upon don Juan after don Juan is shot by his foreman. Julian claims the boy is his son and pays men to carry don Juan to his house. Don Juan wakes and...

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