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The horned day - ;theLunas .Afteragreeingto...

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The horned day-moon that Ultima sees on their way to El Puerto seems a good omen; the Lunas  have always cared for their crops and animals according to the cycles of the moon. After agreeing to  a price for her services with Antonio's grandfather, Ultima and Antonio enter Tenorio's saloon, where  she tells the owner that she has come to lift the curse that his daughters put on Lucas and that they  will suffer greatly for tampering with fate. She and Antonio leave and return to the Luna house; on  the way, Tenorio dashes by them on horseback, racing home to warn his daughters. After preparing an herbal remedy, Ultima feeds it to Lucas, who vomits it immediately. With  confidence, Ultima tells Antonio that Lucas will be cured when he is well enough to eat the blue corn  meal, which they are now eating. She will cure Lucas, she says, because good always triumphs over 
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