But what is it?
Yet his eyes were not those of the unseeing, but eyes which seemed to look back on long trails of time. His people had held the Inyo, Panamint and Death Valleys for untold centuries before the coming of the white-man.
Here before me as I faced eastward, the Funerals mountains forming Death Valley's eastern wall were wrapped in purple-blue blankets about their feet while their faces were painted in scarlet. Behind me, the Panamints rose like a mile-high wall, dark against the sinking sun.
We also believe that we know something of the people who fly them. They are called The Hav-musuvs. You are not a Paiute. Then listen closely and I will lead you back along the trail of the dim past.
At that time California was the island which the Indians of that state told the Spanish it was, and which they marked so on their maps.
The water in the lake went down until there was no longer a way to the sea. First the way was broken only by thesouthern mountains, over the tops of which goods could be carried.
I suppose that is how it happened. We know that they began to use flying canoes. At first they were not large, these silvery ships with wings. They moved with a slight whirring sound, and a dipping movement, like an eagle.
Tribe after tribe swept across the land, fighting to possess it for awhile and passing like the storm of sand. In their mountain city still in the caverns, the Hav-musuvs dwelt in peace, far removed from the conflict.
Sometimes they were seen in the distance, in their flying ships or riding on the snowy-white animals which took them from ledge to ledge up the cliffs. We have never seen these strange animals at any other place.
To these people the passing centuries brought only larger and larger ships, moving always more silently. There are reasons why one does not become too curious. These strange people have weapons. One is a small tube which stuns one with a prickly feeling like a rain of cactus needles.
One cannot move for hours, and during this time the mysterious ones vanish up the cliffs. The other weapon is deadly. It is a long, silvery tube.
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