By Carlos Castaneda
Input THE SORCERESS!Back from the abyss, Castaneda come upon his maximum try at the trip in the direction of impeccability and freedom: to outwit and overpower the sorcery of Doña Soledad, herself remodeled from a defeated and meaningless existence to a warrior, a hunter and a "stalker of power."Now the strive against will start. Now the adventure will proceed. until eventually the final hazard is faced...the ultimate paradox embraced.
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Ever since I had met Pablito, years before, I had been led to believe that the four girls who lived in his house were his sisters. Don Juan himself had told me so. I had a sudden relapse of the feeling of despair I had experienced all afternoon. Dona Soledad was not to be trusted; she was engineering something. I was sure that don Juan could not under any conditions have misled me so grossly. Dona Soledad examined me with overt curiosity. "The wind just told me that you don't believe what I'm telling you," she said, and laughed.
I quickly turned around to face two girls who had just stepped out of the house. I deduced that all of them must have run ahead of me and entered the house through the back door. I sighed with relief. The two young girls came toward me. I had to admit to myself that I had never really noticed them before. They were beautiful, dark and extremely lean, but without being skinny. Their long black hair was braided. They wore plain skirts, blue denim jackets and low-heeled, soft-soled brown shoes. They were barelegged and their legs were shapely and muscular.
He never pampered her or anything like that. He trusted her. She knows everything about everybody. The Nagual also told me everything except things about her. Maybe that's why I don't like her. The Nagual told her to be my jailer. Wherever I go I find her. She knows whatever I do. " "I doubt it. " "What is she supposed to do? " "I've told you enough about her. " "Some years after he found la Gorda, the Nagual found Eligio. He told me that he had gone with you to his homeland. Eligio came to see you because he was curious about you.