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myth 3 and then he blew it afire. Then he removed the coal and put it back into his little sack. After that he smoked, four times he put the pipe to his mouth. After that he offered it to his elder brother the Kuksu. 8. Then Kuksu received it. "Hyeh!" he said, the Kuksu, "Hyeh! Good will be our knowledge, good will end our speech! Hyeh! May it happen! Our knowledge will not be interfered! May it happen! Our knowledge will go smoothly. May it happen! Our speech will not hesitate. May it happen! Our speech will stretch out well. The knowledge we have planned, the knowledge we have laid, it will succeed, it will go smoothly, our knowledge! Yoh ooo, hee ooo, hee ooo, hee ooo, hee ooo! May it happen!" thus he said, the Kuksu, and now he quit smoking. 9. Then Marumda sat up, he sat up, and then they both stood up. They stood facing east, and then they stood facing north, and then they stood facing west, and then they stood facing south, and then they stood facing the zenith, and then they stood facing the nadir.
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