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CHAPTER XXII - The Living Huitzilopochtli

is in us: that is all. We intend to put up no battle-front, but to attack at our own moment, and at a thousand points.'
And always he reiterated:
`If you can get the power from the heart of the earth, and the power from behind the sun; if you can summon the power of the red Huitzilopochtli into you, nobody can conquer you. Get the second strength.'
Ramon was pressing Cipriano now openly to assume the living Huitzilopochtli.
`Come!' he said. `It is time you let General Viedma be swallowed up in the red Huitzilopochtli. Don't you think?'
'If I know what it means,' said Cipriano.
They were sitting on the mats in Ramon's room, in the heat before the rain came, towards the end of the rainy season.
`Stand up!' said Ramon.
Cipriano stood up at once, with that soft, startling alertness in his movement.
Ramon came quickly to him, placed one of his hands over Cipriano's eyes, closing them. Ramon stood behind Cipriano, who remained motionless in the warm dark, his consciousness reeling in strange concentric waves, towards a centre where it suddenly plunges into the bottomless deeps, like sleep.
'Cipriano?' - the voice sounded so far off.
'Yes.'
`Is it dark?'
`It is dark.'
`Is it alive? Is the darkness alive?'
`Surely it is alive.'
`Who lives?'
'I.'
'Where?'
`I know not. In the living darkness.'
Ramon then bound Cipriano's eyes and head with a strip of black fur. Then again, with a warm, soft pressure, he pressed one naked hand over Cipriano's naked breast, and one between his shoulders. Cipriano stood in profound darkness, erect and silent.
'Cipriano?'
`Yes.'

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