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1. Santiago sees two hawks as an omen. What do they signify? The two hawks signify the birds wanting to save the oasis. That tomorrow all of you will die, because there are more men at the oasis than you have. The oasis will be attacked. 2. What happens when Santiago visits the tribal chieftains to tell them about his vision? When Santiago visits the tribal chieftains, they first resist his vision but then they tell him about Joseph and how he saved Egypt from famine. 3. What test do the chieftains outline for Santiago? The test that the chieftains outline for Santiago is that he will be paid one piece of gold for each 10 men that are killed but if there isn’t a war, that he will be killed. 4. Describe Santiago’s first interaction with the Alchemist. Santiago’s first interaction with the Alchemist was weird, we didn’t know it was the Alchemist until he left. He had a falcon on his shoulder, holds a sword up to Santiago and tells him that if he survives the war, to go back to his
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