What is it?
The 2003 science fiction miniseries Frank Herbert’s Children Of Dune.Continue reading
What Is It?
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The word Kralizec does not appear in the Dune saga until the book Children of Dune. It is spoken of both as a terrible fate waiting for humankind in its future and as a rite of passage for the species, an inevitability that would test humankind to its limits but, in the end, leave them with the ability to survive indefinitely within an often malignant universe. Paul Atreides Jihad killed more than 60 billion humans, but the price of Kralizec would be far greater.
I had a variety of short dreams that I woke up remembering only to go back to sleep without recording them, and so now I can only remember part of several dreams after those dreams.
This dream involved me being in a slightly fictional version of the neighborhood that my parents live in during the day where the field behind our yard was slightly different, and the street that The Action Packed House is was different and they had some different dogs including a medium-to-large tan short-medium or long-short haired dog.Continue reading
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Odd as it may seem, great struggles such as the one you can see emerging from my journals are not always visible to the participants.
Much depends on what people dream in the secrecy of their hearts.
I have always been as concerned with the shaping of dreams as with the shaping of actions.
Between the lines of my journals is the struggle with humankind’s view of itself — a sweaty contest on a field where motives from our darkest past can well up out of an unconscious reservoir and become events with which we not only must live but contend.
It is the hydra-headed monster which always attacks from your blind side.
I pray, therefore, that when you have traversed my portion of the Golden Path, you no longer will be innocent children dancing to music you cannot hear.