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And suddenly, the child took me by both hands and transported me to the Egyptian pyramids.

He paused for a moment to see if the woman knew what the Egyptian pyramids were. But she said nothing.

Then, at the Egyptian pyramids, he said the last three words slowly, so that the old woman would understand the child said to me, If you come here, you will find a hidden treasure.

And this is my interpretation: you must go to the Pyramids in Egypt.

It had brought with it the sweat and the dreams of men who had once left to search for the unknown, and for gold and adventure and for the Pyramids.

Where is the treasure? he asked. It's in Egypt, near the Pyramids.

The treasure is at the Pyramids; that you already knew.

Before long, maybe in just a few days, he would be at the Pyramids.

The boy told him then that he needed to get to the Pyramids.

We could get to the Pyramids by tomorrow, said the other, taking the money. But I have to buy two camels.

Even if he never got to the Pyramids, he had already traveled farther than any shepherd he knew.

No hope, no adventure, no old kings or personal legends, no treasure, and no Pyramids.

Why did you want to get to the Pyramids? he asked, to get away from the business of the display.

I don't know anyone around here who would want to cross the desert just to see the Pyramids, said the merchant.

Mecca is a lot farther away than the Pyramids.

You dream about your sheep and the Pyramids, but you're different from me, because you want to realize your dreams.

The old king hadn't told him that the Pyramids were just a pile of stones, or that anyone could build one in his backyard.

But maybe I'll never have another chance to get to the Pyramids in Egypt.

The hills of Andalusia were only two hours away, but there was an entire desert between him and the Pyramids.

What could it cost to go over to the supplier's warehouse and find out if the Pyramids were really that far away?

He still had a long way to go to reach the pyramids, and someday this morning would just be a memory.

I have crossed the desert in search of a treasure that is somewhere near the Pyramids, and for me, the war seemed a curse.

But none of that is from the Pyramids, said the alchemist.

She wasn't found at the Pyramids, either.

Why was that so important? Because the Pyramids are surrounded by the desert.

The boy didn't want to talk about the Pyramids.

Continue in the direction of the Pyramids, said the alchemist. And continue to pay heed to the omens.

I need it to get to the Pyramids, he said.

Finally, when they had crossed the mountain range that extended along the entire horizon, the alchemist said that they were only two days from the Pyramids.

They mounted their horses, and rode out in the direction of the Pyramids of Egypt.

You are only three hours from the Pyramids.

There, illuminated by the light of the moon and the brightness of the desert, stood the solemn and majestic Pyramids of Egypt.

As he did so, he thought of what the crystal merchant had once said: that anyone could build a pyramid in his backyard.

He felt weighted down by the centuries of time since the Pyramids had been built. But he didn't stop.

And, although his mouth was bleeding and swollen, he told his attackers that he had twice dreamed of a treasure hidden near the Pyramids of Egypt.

The boy stood up shakily, and looked once more at the Pyramids.

If I had told you, you wouldn't have seen the Pyramids. They're beautiful, aren't they?