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The Mahai and Master of Masters, Tylwyth Waff, enjoys the morning chill in Bandalong, the cradle of Tleilaxu civilization. Over the course of millennia, a myth is created that the Tleilaxu are stupid, vile, detestable, predictable and impetuous, when, in fact, they have been biding their time.

Elderly Mirlat, Waff's chief rival, demands to know what happens when the author of the manifesto is identified. Waff thinks about the CHOAM representative at the conference emphasizing this same point; since most CHOAM people are secret atheists, they ought not to care about the Atreides as a potent religious force. Everyone agrees that the manifesto comes from the pen of a single Atreides and it calls into question every religion based on science, while declaring that the universe is magical and transient, which is the essence of the hidden Shariat.

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