2 Antworten auf „Hanf Journal 247 – März/April 2021

  1. DIE HANFINITIATIVE

    IMMUNSYSTEM der KINDER!!! RED ALERT! Alle Besatzungsmitglieder auf die Gefechtsstationen. Roter Alarm… Red Alert! Raumschiff Erde in höchster Gefahr. Lebenserhaltungssystem kolllabiert…

    Hanf hilft! Hanf heilt! Hanf lindert!

    Cannabinoide helfen bei Entzündungen besser als Cortison? ODER NICHT? 🙁 Lassen sie sie einfach sterben obwohl CBD und andere Cannabinoide helfen könnten?

    Natürliche körpereigene Cannabinoide stärken und stützen das Immunsystem und die Homöostase im Körper.

    Pestizide machen das menschliche INerven- und Immun-Endocannabinoid-System epigenetisch kaputt?
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    Sterben Menschenkinder wegen dem faschistisch rassistischen Einheitsabkommen von Anslinger, Nixon und Ehrlichmann und Nachfolger? „https://diehanfinitiative.de/index.php/prohibition“
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    siehe auch: „https://diehanfinitiative.de/index.php/medizin/18-system-paradoxon“ und „https://diehanfinitiative.de/index.php/medizin/30-nobelpreis-please“

    Viele unbeantwortete Fragen! 🙁

    WAS TUN SIE UNS AN – MIT DEM CANNABINOIDVERBOT!!!

    AUCH UNSEREN KINDERN – IN DER PANDEMIE? 🙁 🙁 🙁

    Ich mache mir echt Sorgen um die Zukunft unserer lieben Kinder und lieben Enkel. 🙁

    Sorgen um ihre Gesundheit und wie sie wohl mit den ganzen anderen „Umständen“ fertig werden, die wir ihnen (voll der Liebe und Verbundeheit?) hinterlassen. 🙁

    Wie werden sie damit fertig werden?
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    DIE HANFINITIATIVE
    21. März 2021 um 14:32

    {Prohibitionisten sind gute Menschen? – Der Richter AD hatte Recht? – DER KRIEG GEHT WEITER UND WEITER UND WEITER… —> ist das ein „System“? —> hat das System? —> „System Prohibition“?

    […] Facebook – Medcan Verein Schweiz „https://www.facebook.com/pg/medcan.schweiz/posts/“
    1 hr ·

    Eine Endocannabinoid-Dysfunktion in Tiermodellen der Autismus-Spektrum-Störung (ASD) und sich häufende Hinweise auf Wirksamkeit beim Menschen motivierten diesen placebokontrollierten Doppelblind-Vergleich von zwei oralen Cannabinoid-Lösungen bei 150 Teilnehmern im Alter zwischen 5-21 Jahre mit ASD.

    Die Cannabisextrakte reduzierten die Symptome bei Menschen mit Autismus-Spektrum-Störung und waren bei der placebokontrollierten Studie gut verträglich. Die Forscher der neuropädiatrischen Abteilung des Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem, Israel, testeten einen ganzpflanzlichen Cannabisextrakt, der THC und CBD in einem Verhältnis von 1 zu 20 enthielt, sowie gereinigtes THC und CBD im gleichen Verhältnis. Die 150 Teilnehmer erhielten 12 Wochen lang entweder Placebo oder Cannabinoide, gefolgt von einer 4-wöchigen Auswaschphase und einem vorher festgelegten Cross-over für weitere 12 Wochen, um die Verträglichkeit weiter zu bewerten.

    Störendes Verhalten war entweder stark oder sehr stark verbessert bei 49 % unter dem Pflanzenextrakt gegenüber 21 % unter Placebo. Auf einem Fragebogen für Eltern gab es eine Verbesserung um 14,9 Punkte unter Pflanzenextrakt versus 3,6 Punkte nach Placebo. Es gab keine behandlungsbedingten schwerwiegenden unerwünschten Ereignisse.

    Studie: „https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33536055/“

    Medcan Verein Schweiz verfolgt das Ziel, dass Patientinnen und Patienten ohne grossen bürokratischen Aufwand legal Zugang zu Cannabis erhalten und dieses in geprüfter Qualität und zu vernünftigen Preisen medizinisch anwenden können. […] „https://www.medcan.ch/de/patienten/patientengeschichten/126-marcel-brunner“

    siehe auch: „https://hanfjournal.de/2021/03/17/neue-studie-beweist-kiffen-macht-kreativ/“

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    Facebookseite Hanfinitiative: „https://www.facebook.com/Die-Hanfinitiative-1643480862600021/posts“
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    Wir, als DIE HANFINITIATIVE, wollen, dass wir und unsere Kinder und Enkel eine lebenswerte und gesunde Gegenwart und Zukunft erleben und erwarten dürfen.
    Wir sind deshalb vielseitig aktiv und recherchieren auch Fakten und stellen diese zur Debatte.
    Wir vertreten auch unsere eigenen Wertvorstellungen, Meinungen, Emotionen und Erkenntnisse.
    Bitte prüfen Sie unsere Fakten und Schlußfolgerungen und ziehen Sie ihre eigenen Schlüsse, wenn Sie sich umfangreich informiert haben.
    Wenn Sie auch zu dem Ergebnis gelangen, dass wir handeln müssen, werden Sie bitte aktiv.
    Unterstützen Sie unsere Sache oder gründen Sie eigene Initiativen und Aktivitäten.
    Tun Sie es für sich und für die Zukunft ihrer Kinder und Enkel.
    Zeigen Sie Empathie.
    Vielen lieben Dank.
    @EUER Team von DIE HANFINITIATIVE

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    [CRISPR_Revolution – „Zeitgeist“ – „… verliefen sich im Wald, es war so finster …“]

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    Warnung von Intensivmedizinern: Neuartiges PIMS-Syndrom kann Leben coronainfizierter Kinder und Jugendlicher gefährden

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    Auch Kinder können schwer an den Auswirkungen des Coronavirus erkranken — allerdings mit einem ganz anderen Krankheitsbild, das sich PIMS-Syndrom nennt, wie der „Spiegel“ berichtet.

    Bei etwa jedem tausendsten Kind tritt nach einer Covid-19-Infektion PIMS auf: eine irregeleitete Immunreaktion, die zu Entzündungsprozessen in verschiedenen Organen, aber auch in den Blutgefäßen führen kann.

    Da die neuen Virusmutationen ansteckender für Kinder sein sollen, rechnet der Essener Intensivmediziner, Christian Dohna-Schwake, in der dritten Welle mit noch mehr PIMS-Patienten.

    Mehr Artikel auf Business Insider findet ihr hier.

    Kinder zählen in der Coronavirus-Pandemie zu keiner Risikogruppe, da sie scheinbar nur selten und meist nicht schwer erkranken. Sie galten schnell als mögliche Überträger des Erregers, weil ihre Infektionen größtenteils symptomfrei verlaufen. Tatsächlich können aber auch Kinder schwer an den Auswirkungen des Coronavirus erkranken — mit einem ganz eigenen Krankheitsbild, wie der „Spiegel“ berichtet.

    238 Kinder in Deutschland und Österreich wurden bereits mit PIMS (Paediatric Inflammatory Multisystem Syndrome) diagnostiziert. Es handelt sich um eine irregeleitete Immunreaktion, die zu Entzündungsprozessen in verschiedenen Organen, aber auch in den Blutgefäßen führen kann und hohes Fieber und einen instabilen Kreislauf verursacht. Noch vor einem Jahr war der Medizin dieses Krankheitsbild eines neuartigen Entzündungsleiden unbekannt. […] https://www.businessinsider.de/wissenschaft/coronavirus-pims-syndrom-kann-leben-von-kinder-gefaehrden-2021-3-a/

    siehe auch: „https://hanfjournal.de/2021/03/21/vier-plantage-wurden-in-nrw-ausgehoben/“

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    {Das ist „Enders Game“ Alter. Heisst auch „Profit“ vor „fuck you“ mein Prinz Harry – an jedem zweiten g wird die Welt untergehen … „mein Herzog“ – ich bin DeinDucan Idaho für jetzt un für immer!!!

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    Duncan Idaho
    Dune character
    DuncanIdaho-RichardJordan.png
    Richard Jordan in the film Dune (1984)
    First appearance Dune (1965)
    Last appearance The Winds of Dune (2009)
    Created by Frank Herbert
    Portrayed by

    Richard Jordan (1984 film)
    James Watson (2000 series)
    Edward Atterton (2003 series)
    Jason Momoa (2021 film)

    In-universe information
    Occupation Atreides Swordmaster, later Mentat
    Affiliation House Atreides
    Swordmasters of Ginaz
    Spouse

    Alia Atreides (1st ghola)
    Siona Atreides (later ghola)
    Murbella (later ghola)

    Children

    Rinya[1]
    Janess[1]
    Gianne[2]
    Tanidia[2]

    James Watson in the Dune miniseries (2000)
    Edward Atterton in the Children of Dune miniseries (2003)

    Duncan Idaho is a fictional character in the Dune universe created by Frank Herbert. Introduced in the first novel of the series, 1965’s Dune, the character became a breakout character as the readers liked him and was revived by Herbert in 1969’s Dune Messiah.[3] He is the only character to feature in all six of Herbert’s original Dune novels.

    Idaho was portrayed by Richard Jordan in David Lynch’s 1984 film version of Dune, and by James Watson in the 2000 Sci-Fi Channel miniseries. Edward Atterton assumed the role in the 2003 miniseries Children of Dune. The character will be played by Jason Momoa in the 2021 Denis Villeneuve film Dune.
    Contents

    1 Description
    2 Appearances
    2.1 Dune
    2.2 Dune Messiah and Children of Dune
    2.3 God Emperor of Dune
    2.4 Heretics of Dune and Chapterhouse Dune
    2.5 Sequels
    2.6 Prequels
    3 In adaptations
    4 References

    Description

    In Dune (1965), Duncan is described as a handsome man with „curling black hair“ to whom women are easily attracted. Paul Atreides notes Duncan’s „dark round face“ and „feline movements, the swiftness of reflex that made him such a difficult weapons teacher to emulate.“ And in Dune Messiah (1969) he is described as having „high cheekbones“ and „definite epicanthic folds.“[4] Lady Jessica calls him „the admirable fighting man whose abilities at guarding and surveillance are so esteemed.“ Duncan is fiercely loyal to House Atreides, a skilled pilot, and as a Swordmaster of the Ginaz is a gifted hand-to-hand fighter.[5] In the fight that ends with his death in Dune, Duncan kills an unheard-of 19 Sardaukar, the Padishah Emperor’s fearsome supersoldiers.[6] The Sardaukar sell his body to the Tleilaxu; subsequent gholas of Duncan possess the rebellious streak of the original.

    In 1976’s Children of Dune, Lady Jessica tells Duncan that he was drawn to her daughter Alia because „you wanted a girl you saw as a younger version of me.“[7] In God Emperor of Dune (1981), the latest Duncan ghola discovers that one of his predecessors had fathered a child with a woman named Irti who closely resembles Jessica.[8]
    Appearances
    Dune

    At the time of Frank Herbert’s original novel Dune (1965), Idaho is a Swordmaster of the Ginaz in the service of House Atreides and one of Duke Leto’s right-hand men (with Gurney Halleck and Thufir Hawat). When the Atreides take over the planet Arrakis at the order of the Padishah Emperor Shaddam IV, Idaho becomes Leto’s ambassador to the Fremen, the desert people of Dune that Leto hopes will ally with him in the coming war against the Emperor and the Harkonnens. Idaho goes to live with the Fremen, serving both Leto and Fremen leader Stilgar. When the Emperor’s dreaded Sardaukar attack Arrakis in the guise of Harkonnen troops, Idaho initially survives the assault and saves Leto’s son Paul Atreides and concubine Lady Jessica. When they are cornered at a Botanical Testing Station, Paul and Jessica flee while Idaho holds off the enemy, but he is ultimately killed.[5] It is noted in Dune Messiah (1969) that a „grievous head wound“ had caused Idaho’s death,[9] and made clear in Children of Dune (1976) that Idaho had killed an unheard-of tally of nineteen Sardaukar before dying.[6]
    Dune Messiah and Children of Dune

    Idaho returns in Dune Messiah (1969) as a ghola made by the Tleilaxu and gifted to Paul Atreides, now Emperor. The purpose of the gift is ‚psychic poison‘: the ghola, named Hayt, is supposed to tempt the Kwisatz Haderach Paul into becoming that which he despises. Trained as a Mentat and a Zensunni philosopher, Hayt has no memory of his former life, but constantly feels vague hints and reminders of his previous incarnation that make him hope he can recover those memories.

    The seemingly harmless dwarf Bijaz recognizes that Hayt is failing to destroy the Emperor psychologically. As the ghola is of Tleilaxu design, Bijaz employs a specific humming intonation that renders Hayt open to implanted commands. Bijaz programs Hayt to kill Paul when he says the words „She is gone,“ in the depths of grief over the death of his concubine Chani. But this is only part of the true plan; the emotional distress of the attempt allows Hayt to recover the buried memories of Duncan Idaho, up to and including his death at the hands of the Imperial Sardaukar. This is the culmination of the Tleilaxu plot, as masterminded by the Face Dancer Scytale—to demonstrate to Paul that the Tleilaxu can create for him an exact duplicate of his dead concubine, and lover, Chani—but only if he abdicates his throne and relinquishes his CHOAM holdings. Paul resists the temptation, killing Scytale himself and having Hayt/Duncan kill Bijaz.

    Also in Dune Messiah, hints are dropped of a growing attraction between Idaho and Paul’s sister, Alia. In one scene, Duncan even kisses Alia, which infuriates her; he replies that he took no more than what was offered. When a blinded Paul abdicates and wanders into the desert to die (as is the tradition for blind Fremen), Alia asks Idaho for his continued support and affection to help her get through the times ahead.

    In 1976’s Children of Dune, Idaho is now Alia’s husband and Mentat. She has assumed power as Holy Regent in the name of Paul’s children, Leto II and Ghanima. Alia becomes possessed by the memory-ego of her ancestor, the Baron Vladimir Harkonnen, who sets out to destroy the Atreides empire. Recognizing this, Idaho remains loyal to the Atreides, and flees to the desert to protect the children. In order to get Stilgar to join the Fremen opposition to Alia’s rule, Duncan kills Javid, Alia’s secret lover, on the neutral ground of Sietch Tabr. He also insults Stilgar three times, by saying to him the three deadliest insults a Fremen could ever hear: „You wear a collar!“, „You are a servant! You’ve sold Fremen for their water!“ and „You have no immortality! None of your descendents carry your blood!“ Duncan then allows himself to be struck down by an enraged Stilgar, who realizes afterward that Alia would be forced by political necessity to execute him and his only hope of survival is to join the Fremen rebels—which is what Duncan had planned from the beginning. Duncan’s last gasping words were, „Two deaths for the Atreides. The second for no better reason than the first.“
    God Emperor of Dune

    God Emperor of Dune (1981) reintroduces Idaho as a serial ghola: Leto II has ruled as a sandworm-human hybrid for 3,500 years, and has continually had an Idaho ghola to serve him. Beyond his personal affection for Idaho, to Leto Idaho represents loyalty, humanity, and the spirit of the unknown, something which the God Emperor, having perfect prescience, knows nothing of. It is also implied that Duncan is needed for Leto’s plan for humanity’s ultimate survival — called the Golden Path — to come to fruition. However, the Idaho gholas, with their memories restored, struggle to deal with what the Atreides have become. Where before, the hallmark of Atreides rule was justice, Leto’s reign has been one of godhood and oppression. Idaho’s old-fashioned conscience rebels, leading the Idaho ghola to attempt to kill Leto (who as a sandworm is invulnerable to all but water and extreme violence). Leto notes that only nineteen of „his“ Duncans have survived long enough to die what is considered a „natural death.“ In just about all of these rebellions, the Idaho ghola is killed by the God Emperor. After a certain time, the God Emperor orders another one from the Tleilaxu, or the Tleilaxu themselves just send another one as a token for their security.[8]

    The novel chronicles the perceptions and actions of a new Duncan that has just been ordered from the Tleilaxu. Like the others before him, Duncan is appalled at what Atreides rule has become, but Leto appoints him as the head of his otherwise all-female military, the Fish Speakers. Leto also reveals that he has repeatedly used his Duncan gholas in his breeding program to genetically improve the Atreides line. The current Duncan is intended to mate with Siona Atreides, the end product of Leto’s breeding program: she is invisible to prescient sight. Duncan is extremely reluctant and protests, saying that he is not Leto’s stud. He does catch the eye of Hwi Noree, the Ixian Ambassador sent to Arrakis with the explicit purpose of wooing the Emperor. Leto forbids Duncan from having any relations with her, but he disobeys and sleeps with Hwi.[8]

    Duncan eventually joins Siona’s rebels and works with her to assassinate Leto. His plan is successful, but Hwi is killed in the process. Leto reveals that he knew of their plan, and that his death is simply another step to ensuring the Golden Path. Siona, having seen the Golden Path during her trial in the desert, realizes she was bred as a key figure for humanity’s survival. At the end of the novel, she schemes on how to carefully seduce Duncan and mate with him, as Leto had originally intended. None of their descendants will be able to be tracked by prescience, forever free of any one person’s vision and ensuring that humanity could never be completely found and destroyed.[8]

    Fifteen hundred years later in Chapterhouse: Dune (1985), the Bene Gesserit Bellonda assesses the many Duncans who came before:

    In the original and early gholas, his character had been dominated by impulsiveness. Quick to hate, quick to give loyalty. Later Idaho-gholas tempered this with cynicism but the underlying impulsiveness remained. The Tyrant had called it to action many times. Bellonda recognized a pattern. He can be goaded by pride. His long service to the Tyrant fascinated her. Not only had he been a Mentat several times but there was evidence he had been a Truthsayer in more than one incarnation.[10]

    Heretics of Dune and Chapterhouse Dune
    Duncan Idaho from Frank Herbert’s 1985 work of short fiction „The Road to Dune“[11]

    The Bene Gesserit become the consumers of Idaho gholas in Heretics of Dune (1984) and Chapterhouse Dune (1985). However, the gholas are repeatedly assassinated after several years, and the Sisterhood suspect the Tleilaxu. Not knowing exactly what purpose Idaho will serve, the Bene Gesserit believe that the Tleilaxu are using the gholas to control the timing of his release upon the universe, implying some Tleilaxu purpose in addition to their own. The current ghola survives such an attempt and Miles Teg is able to restore the memories of Duncan Idaho to the ghola, but Duncan can feel that the Tleilaxu planted something else in his mind. When Murbella, an Honored Matre, tries to sexually bond Idaho, he entraps and enslaves her, revealing the Tleilaxu purpose: To conquer the Honored Matres by using a better version of their own sexual techniques. When Murbella tries to bond Duncan, the Tleilaxu’s plan comes to fruition, and he becomes aware of the memories of all the other Idaho gholas, though he is also imprinted to her. It is later determined that the Tleilaxu had mixed the cells from almost all of the Idaho gholas to make this one. Idaho and Murbella are confined to a no-ship on Chapterhouse. There, Idaho trains young men to go out into the universe and enslave Honored Matres. Duncan also inherits an awkward prescient vision, wherein he sees an old man and woman staring back at him. Duncan restores the memories of the Miles Teg ghola, and escapes in the no-ship, evading the trap set for him by the strange couple.
    Sequels

    Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson continued from the original series with Hunters of Dune (2006) and Sandworms of Dune (2007), originally planned to be Dune 7 by Frank Herbert. Duncan continues his travels on the no-ship, now named the Ithaca by its passengers. He is accompanied by Miles Teg, Sheeana and a group of her Bene Gesserit sisters, the last Tleilaxu Master Scytale, and many others.

    Duncan and the other refugees from Chapterhouse are still on the run from the Unknown Enemy that hunts them. They don’t learn until near the end that the Enemy is the revived empire of thinking machines, and the old couple are actually the computer-entity Omnius and the robot Erasmus. In the final confrontation with Omnius, Paul Atreides (brought back as a ghola and with his power of prescience just restored), and then Norma Cenva (the Oracle of Time to the Navigators), both reveal that Duncan is the Ultimate Kwisatz Haderach; not Paul ( who is an „imperfect“ Kwisatz Haderach) nor any other Atreides, nor their descendants. Overwhelmed by the unexpected revelations, Duncan decides to unite humanity and the thinking machines—after Cenva permanently removes Omnius from existence—rather than bring about the absolute destruction of intelligent technology for the second time in history.

    Assuming the responsibility of mediator between the two sides, and with Erasmus‘ willing participation (the robot being left as the leader and controlling-force of the thinking machines), Duncan does something similar to Bene-Gesserit Sharing with the robot; possibly along with what seems to be a physical-bonding (similar to what Leto II did with the sandtrout) into something of a human-machine hybrid. Erasmus then voluntarily „dies“, while remaining an Other Memory speaking to Duncan. In addition to being the Final Kwisatz Haderach of the humans, Duncan becomes the new evermind of the thinking machines, guiding their joint future.
    Prequels

    According to the Prelude to Dune prequel trilogy (1999–2001) by Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson, Duncan Idaho is born on the planet Giedi Prime, under the Harkonnen Regime. His hatred for the Harkonnens is established when, at eight years of age, his parents are murdered in front of him by Glossu Rabban.[12] Rabban subsequently chooses young Idaho to be the prey for one of his hunts, but Idaho’s resourcefulness and the aid of a woman who wants to punish the Harkonnens enables him to escape Giedi Prime for the planet Caladan. Upon arriving at the Atreides palace, he becomes a stableboy at Duke Paulus Atreides‘ request. After Paulus‘ death, Idaho expresses his desire to become a Ginaz Swordmaster. In the trilogy’s second installment Dune: House Harkonnen, Duncan undergoes the immense rigors needed to be a Swordmaster; he is promoted to the title, alongside a Grumman friend named Hiih Resser, and helps defeat a mob of insurgent students. At the time of Dune: House Corrino, Duncan is an instrumental part of the liberation of the planet Ix from the Sardaukar and Tleilaxu, and even manages to defeat Count Hasimir Fenring in single combat.[13]
    In adaptations
    Jason Momoa will portray Duncan in the 2021 film Dune.

    In the 1984 film Dune, Duncan is played by Richard Jordan,[14][15] and James Watson portrays the character in the 2000 miniseries Frank Herbert’s Dune.[15] As in the novel Dune, Duncan has only a minor role in both of these adaptations. In the 2003 miniseries sequel Frank Herbert’s Children of Dune, the ghola of Duncan (known in the novels as „Hayt“) is played by Edward Atterton.[16] The character will be played by Jason Momoa in the 2021 Denis Villeneuve film Dune.[17][18]

    Emmet Asher-Perrin of Tor.com writes that Atterton „plays the mentat ghola reincarnation of Idaho with all the upright stoicism and vulnerability that the character is owed.“[19]
    References

    Herbert, Brian; Kevin J. Anderson (2006). Hunters of Dune.
    Herbert, Brian; Kevin J. Anderson (2007). Sandworms of Dune.
    Herbert, Frank; Herbert, Brian; Anderson, Kevin J. (August 11, 2005). „The Letters of Dune“. The Road to Dune. Tor Books. p. 279. ISBN 0-7653-1295-6.
    Herbert, Frank (1969). Dune Messiah.
    Herbert, Frank (1965). Dune.
    Herbert, Frank (1976). Children of Dune. pp. 227. ISBN 0-575-07490-6. „The Sardaukar who’d slain him reported his prowess: nineteen of their number dispatched by Idaho before he’d fallen. Nineteen Sardaukar!“
    Herbert, Frank (1976). Children of Dune.
    Herbert, Frank (1981). God Emperor of Dune.
    Herbert, Frank (1969). Dune Messiah. „… our wise Sardaukar commander had Idaho’s corpse preserved for the axolotl tanks … This corpse held the flesh and nerves of one of the finest swordsmen in history, an adviser to the Atreides, a military genius … He was killed here on Arrakis … a grievous head-wound which required many months of regrowth.“
    Herbert, Frank (1985). Chapterhouse: Dune.
    Herbert, Frank (1985). „The Road to Dune“. Eye. p. 208. ISBN 0-7434-3479-X. „The face of Duncan Idaho, ghola warrior, teacher, friend and advisor of Muad’Dib stares out at you from this official portrait. It is sold to pilgrims on the walking tour of Arrakis only in Palace shops.“
    Herbert, Brian; Kevin J. Anderson (1999). Dune: House Atreides. pp. 57. ISBN 0-553-11061-6.
    Herbert, Brian; Kevin J. Anderson (1999–2001). Prelude to Dune.
    Maslin, Janet (December 14, 1984). „Movie Review: Dune (1984)“. The New York Times. Retrieved March 15, 2010.
    Schaefer, Sandy (February 14, 2019). „Jason Momoa in Talks for Denis Villeneuve’s Dune Movie Reboot“. Screen Rant. Retrieved February 22, 2019.
    Fries, Laura (March 11, 2003). „Review: Children of Dune“. Variety. Archived from the original on August 21, 2015. Retrieved August 21, 2015.
    Fleming Jr, Mike (February 14, 2019). „Aquaman’s Jason Momoa Joins Killer Cast of Denis Villenueve’s Dune“. Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved February 14, 2019.
    Kroll, Justin (February 14, 2019). „Jason Momoa Joins Timothee Chalamet, Javier Bardem in Dune Reboot“. Variety. Retrieved February 14, 2019.
    Asher-Perrin, Emmet (September 19, 2017). „SyFy’s Children of Dune Miniseries Delivers On Emotion When Philosophy Falls Flat“. Tor.com. Retrieved February 20, 2019. } CRISPR-Revoluton – „Die Wüste lebt“ – oder – „für Alexander“!!! – worldwide!

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    Duncan Idaho (10148 AG – 10191 AG) was a swordmaster in the service of House Atreides, and one of Duke Leto’s right-hand men, with Gurney Halleck and Thufir Hawat. Duncan Idaho was said to be very handsome. He had black, curly hair, a dark complexion, and green or blue eyes. During the days of the original Duncan Idaho, and during the time of the God Emperor, he was regarded as something of a ladies‘ man.

    Contents

    Atreides Service
    Training and Loyalty
    Move to Arrakis
    Rebirths
    First Rebirth
    Second Death
    Subsequent Rebirths
    Final Incarnation
    Contradicting Versions
    Gallery
    Behind the Scenes
    Appearances
    References

    Atreides Service
    Training and Loyalty

    Duncan came under the service of the Atreides after observing that they ruled in stark contrast to the Harkonnens. The Atreides appeared to garner fierce loyalty from those who served them, and Duncan was no different. However, as Atreides Swordmaster he maintained a hypervigilance against potential threats to the Atreides, even within their own ranks. As a result, he developed a distrust of the Lady Jessica, as he knew that her Bene Gesserit origins were likely to involve some secret scheme against the Atreides. However, Duncan underestimated Jessica’s love for her Duke, which was so strong that she disobeyed her Sisterhood. Indeed, in matters regarding the Lady Jessica, Duncan’s judgment was somewhat clouded, since he was secretly in love with her.

    A graduate of the Ginaz school, Duncan was charged by Duke Leto with training his son Paul in the art of war. This involved hand-to-hand combat and military strategy. These skills Duncan imparted on the young Paul in conjunction with Thufir Hawat and Gurney Halleck. When compared to Gurney, Duncan appeared to fight with more finesse but Gurney was regarded as more lethal, typically beating Duncan six times out of ten. This seemed to give Paul a well-rounded education. [citation needed]
    Move to Arrakis

    Later, when the Atreides gained the Arrakis fief, under the order of the Emperor, Idaho became Duke Leto’s ambassador to the Fremen, the people native to Dune that Leto hoped would ally with him in the feud against House Harkonnen. Idaho was so impressed with the Fremen, that he took dual allegiances, one to the Atreides, one to the Fremen.

    When the Emperor launched an attack on Arrakeen in the guise of Harkonnen troops, Idaho was killed by the Emperor’s Sardaukar by a blow to the head, but not before he dispatched no less than nineteen Sardaukar soldiers single-handedly. In so doing, he rescued the Duke’s son Paul Atreides, who later became the first Emperor in the dynasty of House Atreides, and Duke Leto’s concubine, the Lady Jessica.
    Rebirths
    First Rebirth

    After Paul’s ascension to the throne, Idaho was returned to life as a ghola, a clone made by the Bene Tleilax and gifted to Paul Atreides, which was supposed to tempt the Kwisatz Haderach into becoming that which he despised. Known as ‚Hayt‘ in his ghola incarnation, Idaho was trained as a Mentat and a Zensunni philosopher. He had no memory of his former life, but constantly felt vague hints and reminders of his previous incarnation that made him hope he could recover those memories (this had never previously been possible with gholas).

    Failing to destroy the Emperor psychically, Hayt was programmed to kill Paul against his will. In the ensuing trauma imposed by his inability to reconcile his programming and his innate love for the Atreides, Hayt recovered his memories as Duncan Idaho, up to and including his death at the hands of Imperial Sardaukar. He stopped the attempt on Paul’s life, and became once more a loyal Atreides servant. This became the crux of a Bene Tleilax plot to overthrow Paul by demonstrating that they could create an exact equivalent of his dead wife Chani, but only if he abdicated his throne.
    Second Death

    Idaho married Alia, Paul’s sister and Imperial regent to Paul’s children Leto II and Ghanima. However, Alia became possessed by the memory-ego of her ancestor, Baron Vladimir Harkonnen, who sought to destroy the Atreides empire. Recognizing this, Idaho remained loyal to the Atreides and escaped to the desert to protect the children. In order to get Stilgar to join the Fremen opposition to Alia’s rule, Duncan killed Javid, Alia’s secret lover, on the neutral ground of Sietch Tabr, then insulted the naib Stilgar so deeply that he was forced to kill Idaho. Duncan’s second death, as Duncan knew it would, brought the Fremen into direct opposition to Alia.
    Subsequent Rebirths

    Idaho then reappeared as a series of gholas when Leto II ruled as a human-sandworm hybrid for approximately 3,500 years. After the death of every ghola, Leto would have him replaced with a new one. Thus, Leto continually had an Idaho ghola to serve him as Swordmaster at all times, and as leader of the Fish Speakers. To Leto, Idaho represented loyalty, humanity and the spirit of the unknown, something which the God-Emperor, having perfect prescience and memories of all his ancestors, knew nothing of (Leto also implied that Duncan was needed for the Golden Path to come to fruition). The ego-memories of Leto I and Paul within Leto II loved Duncan, which was another reason why the God Emperor enjoyed Duncan’s presence.

    The Idaho gholas, with their memories restored, fought to deal with what the Atreides had become in Leto II, which Duncan saw as a corruption. Prior to Leto II’s rule, the hallmark of Atreides rule was justice. However, Duncan believed that Leto II’s reign was one of religious tyranny and oppression. Idaho’s old-fashioned conscience would rebel, leading some of the Idaho gholas to attempt to kill Leto (who was invulnerable to all but water and the extreme violence of a sandworm). Leto noted that only nineteen of „his“ Duncans had survived long enough to die of what was considered „natural causes“. In just about all of these rebellions, the Idaho ghola was killed by the God Emperor himself.

    After a brief period of mourning, the God Emperor would order another Idaho ghola from the Tleilaxu. The man usually showed up believing he had gone insane, in shock at how the Universe had changed since his „death“ since most Duncans only possessed the memories of the original Idaho. In the latest case however, Idaho remembered his second life as well(this was presumably a test of the Tleilaxu to see if Idaho could remember the lives of the gholas if their DNA would be with him). If the new ghola survived Leto II’s first interviews, he would serve the God Emperor until his almost inevitable rebellion.

    After the death of Leto II, the Bene Gesserit became the consumers of Idaho gholas. However, the Bene Tleilax kept killing the gholas after only a few years. Not knowing exactly what purpose Idaho would serve, the Bene Gesserit suspected that the Tleilaxu were using the gholas to control the timing of his release upon the universe, implying some Tleilaxu purpose in addition to their own. However, the twelfth ghola survived and the project of having him remember other gholas was complete. Duncan Idaho remembered the lives of about a thousand gholas of himself and was now mentally about 6000 years old. The twelfth ghola was possibly the last as well. …

    Bruder — brother in Love – „https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/d6/Jason_Momoa_by_Gage_Skidmore.jpg/170px-Jason_Momoa_by_Gage_Skidmore.jpg“

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