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Hadi Benotto announces findings at Dar-es-Balat that shed light on the era of "The Scattering." These include authentic journals of the God Emperor Leto II, translated by the Spacing Guild using methods that earlier deciphered his Stolen Journals. They come from an invisible storehouse—an Ixian Globe from which "no-rooms" later evolve. There are also recordings by Leto in the voice of his father, Paul Muad'Dib, which the Bene Gesserit are authenticating. Translated excerpts are distributed and the opening page projected on a large screen. Famed poet Rebeth Vreeb reads an excerpt in which Leto talks of questions as enemies, of the terrors of entering the past and returning as a stranger, of having many voices inside but responding only to Leto, of holding many threads, of remembering every image and moan, of giving birth to generations of babies, teaching...

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