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  • spice melange
  • Fear is the mind killer
  • Father, the sleeper has awakened. --Pater,?? dormiens

Fear is the mind killer . Father, the sleeper has awakened. There is a mad scramble spice, a drug that enables space travel and oracles. Timor est mentis interfectorem.

Pater, dormientis evigilavit. Est insanus aromatis, a medicamento quod facit spatium peregrinatione et oracula.


Dune est Dune est mythistoria vel fabula genus scientiae fictae at Frank Herbert divulgata in 1965 qua Hugo et nebula praemii adepta est.[1][2]. Dune saepe citatur sicut optissima optima vendiens mythistoria in gentium. Dune is frequently cited as the world's best-selling science fiction novel[3][4]

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and was the start of the Dune saga.


ArgumentumRecensere

Apud truculentem certamen/aemulis 'spice melange' medicamentum quod dat facultates iteri in spatiales immanes et augere . Scaena estin 20000 annis futuro apud truculentam certamen medicamento 'spice' quod facultates navigatoribus itenerem in spatiales et augeres videre.; cum domus Atreidis ducitur a Leto, landing-- appulit mundum 'Arrakis' vel Dune, (nomen eiusdem fabulae) fons 'spice-melange vel spice', drug/medicamentum quod extrahitur ex vermibus immanibus et facultatem dat navigatoribus iter facere apud mundos et augeriis futurum videre. et quae In omnibus universis omnis certant et negotiant pro hoc .

Paulus filius Leto agnoscitur ut Messias ex veteribus auguribus apud fremenes indigenos. Paulus fit dux fremen, Paulus filius Leto agnoscitur Messia a veto augurio apud fremenes indigenos. Paulus fit dux fremenorum, commercium gubernatum adeptus, dux omnium gentium et quasi deus factus.

There is fierce competition in trading for spice, a drug that enables space travel and oracles. The scene is 20,000 years in the future when the house of atreides headed by Duke leto lands on the source of spice, the planet Arrrakis. The planet has a desert like nature. His son Paul is recognized as a messiah of old native prophets by the fremen, natives of the planet. Paul becomes the leader of the fremen, gains control of the spice trade and subsequently the rule of the known human universe and becomes like a god. [[Categoria:Angliae scripta]] [[Categoria:Litterae Anglicae]] [[Categoria:Litterae phantasticae]] [[Categoria:Mythistoriae Britannicae ad pelliculas accommodatae]] [[Categoria:Scripta 1954]] [[Categoria:Scripta 1955]] [[Categoria:Terra Media]] [[Categoria:Series mythistoriarum]] [[Categoria:The Lord of the Rings|!]]

  1. "The Hugo Awards: 1966". World Science Fiction Society 
  2. "1965 Nebula Awards". NebulaAwards.com 
  3. Touponce, William F. (1988). "Herbert's Reputation". Frank Herbert. Boston, Massachusetts: Twayne Publishers imprint, G. K. Hall & Co. p. 119. ISBN 0-8057-7514-5 
  4. "SCI FI Channel Auction to Benefit Reading Is Fundamental". PNNonline.org (Internet Archive). March 18, 2003