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Volume 6519

While the witch-doctors, Garu and Zuto continued to inflame the people against Tarzan . . . Sybil Stoneley's heart was filled with haughty pride for she believed they were acclaiming her. At a gesture from Garu, she mounted the throne that was Tarzan's. Now she was a queen!

And Garu said to Zuto: "When Tarzan is destroyed, she too shall die! Then we shall rule again."

Tarzan heard now the shouts from the great hall, but he did not suspect that aught was amiss. Then a sentry reported his approach to Garu, who ordered the Waioris to hide in the shadows. And when Tarzan entered, the savages fell upon him with fanatic frenzy.

"He is the enemy of our goddess-queen!" the evil witch-doctors screamed.

Sybil cried out to stop them, for though she hated Tarzan, she did not wish to see him slain. By now the ape-man had been overwhelmed, and Sybil's shouts halted the spears that were raised to kill him.

"What does she say?" the savages asked the crafty Garu, who professed to understand the divine language of their goddess.

Garu answered: "The daughter of the sun demands Tarzan as a sacrafice. Tonight he shall be destroyed by fire!"

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