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Eagle and Dove - Myths, Magic and Medicine

moonlightPart 3: Myths, Magic and Medicine
 
Chapter 1: Manana's Song
 
As I sit and watch the ashes glow
Awaiting the hour my mind will sleep
My thoughts turn to a brighter day
Gone are the memories of yesterday
Lost in this haze of self sorrow
I prey to God my life will change
I prey for a new tomorrow.
 
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Eagle and Dove - Introduction

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Heart of the Andes

Introduction

Deep in the heart of Spain, there lies a beautiful and tranquil valley. It is a valley steeped in legends, where songs and tales have passed through the years and where still they remain a part of the people and their culture. The valley's name is 'La Guadalquivir'.

 

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Eagle and Dove - The Beginning:

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The Beginning
 
 
Winter still held the valley in its unrelenting icy grip. The sun that roasts and scorches the soil in summer was but a feeble pale yellow light, struggling to part the chilling veil that now covered the land.
  Above this veil, the mountains that encircle the Guadalquivir valley were at their finest. Snow covered the caps and peaks, forming a ring of whiteness that surrounded the valley as if to isolate it away from the rest of Spain.   On one of the higher peaks, just below the snow level, there jutted out a huge crag of rock, sticking upwards and outwards like an accusing finger pointing at the heavens.  It was upon this crag that a great Eagle had built her eyrie.
 
  Inside the eyrie, two young eaglets, a male and female were impatiently awaiting the return of their mother, who had flown in search of food many hours previously. This year an exceptionally hard winter had struck in the valley and game was scarce and difficult to come by.
Since the previous day, the eaglets had only eaten scraps left over from more successful hunts. Although warm and safe, the eaglets were feeling extremely hungry.Of the two young eaglets huddled together in their nest, the male Canana was by some way the largest and more developed of the two.
 
 

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