In don Juan's case, because he was a wild young peasant without a thought in his head, the process of reeling him in, took bizarre turns. "He was both a magician and an artist," don Juan replied.
Soon after the first jolt, his benefactor gave him a second one by showing don Juan his ability to transform himself. Don Juan was incapable of conceiving of this transformation as anything, but an example of a consummate (skillful) actor's art. "His magic was, that he transformed himself by moving his Assemblage Point into the position, that would bring on whatever particular change he desired.
56 "If you think I laugh at you - which I do - it's nothing, compared with how he laughed at me," don Juan continued.
Don Juan told them he had no money, and Belisario suggested, that when he recovered, payment of some sort could be arranged.
Then he had paid some men to carry , unconscious from shock and loss of bloodown house.
Don Juan woke up from the shock there days later and found a kind old man and his fat wife tending his wound.
Before don Juan could reply, a monstrous fish-faced man right out of a horror tale burst into the room, as if he had been listening behind the door.
He was greenish-gray, had only one unblinking eye in the middle of his forehead, and was as big, as a door.