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Callanish by William Horwood Eagles were born to soar high live in beautiful places and to be the rulers of the sky But for some this is not the case Man has imprisoned these magnificent creatures in cages preventing them from spreading their large wings and knowing the freedom and joy of owning the expansive sky In Callanish we dont just look at the eagles from an objective point of view but instead we become part of the eagles by seeing the way they see by feeling the way they feel We live their experience by joining them on the adventure and their quest for freedom Creggen was still a juvenile when he was reluctantly taken away from his home in the Cape Wrath to an unknown place He was frightened disorientated and confused He didnt know where he was who these other eagles around him were and what this cage was doing around him Fortunately he met Minch a wise kind and powerful eagle who was in the cage beside him Minch explained to him that he was in a Zoo and that he must have the faith and the will to be free again Creggen grew close to eagles known as Minch Kraal and Woil He learnt a lot from them especially from Minch about the powers of a far away place called Callanish When Minch was close to death he made a vow that if Minch survived he would let her escape before him Minch was hard on him to keep that fire inside to want to be free Creggen felt trapped physically and mentally and was loosing his will to be free He kept asking Minch to remind him of outside so that the memory would stay fresh in his mind Creggen felt helpless He felt he would never escape the cages and that he would never be able to fly free He was despondent and each
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