Chapter 14

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Chapter 14

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This was Muad'Dib's achievement: He saw the subliminal reservoir of each
individual as an unconscious bank of memories going back to the primal cell of
our common genesis. Each of us, he said, can measure out his distance from that
common origin. Seeing this and telling of it, he made the audacious leap of
decision. Muad'Dib set himself the task of integrating genetic memory into
ongoing evaluation. Thus did he break through Time's veils, making a single
thing of the future and the past. That was Muad'Dib's creation embodied in his
son and his daughter.

-Testament of Arrakis by Harq al-Ada

Farad'n and Tyekanik are strolling through Shaddam's gardens and Tyek tells the prince that he's brought an interpreter of dreams to see him. The Preacher enters and listens while Farad'n describes his dream but refuses to reveal his interpretation. Farad'n is pissed and Tyek reveals that the interpreter is from Dune and he promised him Duncan Idaho if Tyek would let him meet the prince and hear of his dream. As advice The Preacher tells Farad'd that he doesn't have any idea of what the society he'd like to create is like. Also, his strategy does not break down to the most basic elements. He lacks the training his character needs to evolve. Farad'n wished to keep him there but Tyek says they had to promise the Guild that the Preacher would be returned to Dune. The Preacher promises Duncan Idaho to House Corrio.
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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