Chapter 19

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Chapter 19

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Tibana was an apologist for Socratic Christianity, probably a native of IV Anbus
who lived between the eight and ninth centuries before Corrino, likely in the
second reign of Dalamak. Of his writings, only a portion survives from which
this fragment is taken: "The hearts of all men dwell in the same wilderness."

-from The Dunebuk of Irulan

Hayt has been sent by Paul to question Bijaz about his purpose. He questions whether he's aimed at Paul or Alia, and finally realize he is aimed at himself. He is intended to restore the origianal memories of Duncan Idaho in the ghola. Bijaz begins humming, through which he can control Hayt. He programs him to repeat certain responses when Paul says "She's gone". Then he is to offer Paul a Chani ghola that could be modified if Paul wishes. The price is the renunciation of his goddhood, the Qizerate and relinquishment of his CHOAM holdings. They will offer him exile on a planet of his choice beyond the Imperium. Durring this, Hayt is to get close enough to Paul to kill him. Hayt refuses and Bijaz reveals Paul's Harkonnen ancestry, that should make it easier for Duncan Idaho. Bijaz claps and Hayt is released from Bijaz's control and remembers nothing of his programming.
They were destroyed because they lied pretentiously. Have no fear that my wrath
will fall upon you because of your innocent mistakes.

~Leto II, God Emperor
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