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07/15/2013 corrected 2 spelling errors in OD and Dx before signing up. Just sayin'.Read more >
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Hello there, I'm new here but was wondering about whether folk were aware of any modern day martial arts akin to the Weirding Way. It is clear a number of 'real' sources were drawn upon by Frank Herbert for the religion and also conflict found in the books and it would be interesting to learn where the idea came from to base a martial art on the Hindu/Buddhist prana-bindu system (or tsa-lung in Tibetan Buddhism). I know of one martial art grounded in that methodology (search for the Gar-Tak Dancing Tiger martial art) but I was wondering if there is an existing 'source' in the books.Read more >
Hello,This is R17rFunny,I am new here,But You can also find Me at SporeWiki,I play Emperor:Battle for Dune on My PC,BTW,I can contribute to information and stuff about the Dune Video Games if You want Me to,But I might need some Help and Assistance along the WayRead more >
I have been a rabid Dune fan since 1985. I have read and re-read and re-read every book by Frank Herbert. At first I was apprehensive about the new Dune books but I got over that very quickly. Brian's writing style is not like his father but he does tell a great story.
If I had to have a favorite it would be a dead tir between Heretics and Chapterhouse. What an amazing cast of characters and there is so much to learn about our common humainty in those two books.
Thank you ALL again for the remarkable job you have done on this site.
Steve PattersonRead more >