Carol Tiggs
Carol Tiggs
Carol Tiggs, Elizabeth Austin, or Muni Alexander, born Kathleen Adair Pohlman, is one of the three women in the inner circle of Carlos Castaneda whom he referred to as "the Witches" and said were apprentices of Don Juan. Tiggs was the first child born to Harriet Witbeck Pohlman and Max Edward Pohlman at Hollywood Presbyterian Hospital.
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    FIFTIES
  • 1998
    Age 50
    It reported that his death occurred at 3 AM on that date, but the death was kept secret until June 19, 1998 when the Los Angeles Times obituary reporting Castaneda's death appeared on the front page.
    More Details Hide Details The following day an obituary in the New York Times reported that Castaneda's adopted son, C. J. Castaneda, was responsible for making the death public. On August 2, 1998 Carol spoke at the Ontario Intensive Workshop at the Ontario Convention Center. Carol has not been seen in public since.
    Carlos Castaneda's death certificate was signed on April 27, 1998.
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  • FORTIES
  • 1993
    Age 45
    The Nagual woman also figured prominently in this 1993 work, reportedly rescuing Castaneda from the "foggy, yellowish world" where he had supposedly gone to rescue the Blue Scout (said to be Patricia Partin.) On September 29, 1993 Carlos "Aranha" married "Carol Muni Tiggs Alexander" in Las Vegas. The marriage license lists this as Tiggs's first marriage, her date of birth as November 24, 1957 in Arizona, and her parents as John Michael Alexander and Carol Tiggs of Arizona.
    More Details Hide Details Just two days prior Carlos Castaneda had married Florinda Donner in Las Vegas.
  • THIRTIES
  • 1981
    Age 33
    Tiggs was said to be the Nagual Woman, an important figure in Castaneda's literature who first appeared in The Eagle's Gift published in 1981.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1947
    Born
    Born in 1947.
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