The Fire from Within - Study Guide Chapter 15, The Death Defiers Summary & Analysis

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Don Juan wants the narrator to understand what he means by saying that the old seers chose to live at any cost. The old seers are dreadful men. Don Genaro sleeps but manages to agree with don Juan between his snores. Don Juan plans to give the narrator an example of the old seers' terror; the narrator is frightened. The old seers patterned themselves on allies and intended death away. They closed their gaps to resemble the allies' small gaps. Don Juan reminds the narrator of the day the strange creatures chased him back to don Genaro's house; besides allies, he also saw old seers who are still alive. The new seers banned the techniques that allowed for this until the early eighteenth century, when Sebastian was greeted by an old man who asked for his energy. Sebastian disappeared for many...

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