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  • Through it all, the wild jihad still loomed ahead of him, the violence and the slaughter.
  • "Right out of the Butlerian Jihad and the Orange Catholic Bible," she said.
  • And the race knew only one sure way for this—the ancient way, the tried and certain way that rolled over everything in its path: jihad.
  • She is bringing the jihad.
  • And he knew what lay in that snare—the wild jihad, the religious war he felt he should avoid at any cost.
  • And Paul had sensed the jihad in their words, shrugged off the question with one of his own—learning then that Kaleff, the elder of the two, was ten, and the natural son of Geoff.
  • There was no past occupying the future in his mind …. except …. except …. he could still sense the green and black Atreides banner waving …. somewhere ahead …. still see the jihad’s bloody swords and fanatic legions.
  • It had been a strange day with these two standing guard over him because he asked it, keeping away the curious, allowing him the time to nurse his thoughts and prescient memories, to plan a way to prevent the jihad.
  • And over all loomed the jihad, bloody and wild.
  • The more he resisted his terrible purpose and fought against the coming of the jihad, the greater the turmoil that wove through his prescience.
  • Then it will be only legend and nothing to stop the jihad.
  • If there’s another way to prevent the jihad …. "We’ll camp for the evening meal and prayer at Cave of Birds beneath Habbanya Ridge," Stilgar said.
  • Through each gap the jihad raged away down the corridors of the future.
  • It was a lessening of the man, and Paul felt the ghost-wind of the jihad in it.
  • But they cannot know I do it to prevent the jihad.
  • Here was the unborn jihad, he knew.
  • He had thought to oppose the jihad within himself, but the jihad would be.
  • He had thought to oppose the jihad within himself, but the jihad would be.
  • She glimpsed the jihad and said: "You cannot loose these people upon the universe!"
  • Mankind’s movement through deep space placed a unique stamp on religion during the one hundred and ten centuries that preceded the Butlerian Jihad.
  • Then came the Butlerian Jihad — two generations of chaos.
  • BUTLERIAN JIHAD; see Jihad, Butlerian (also Great Revolt).
  • BUTLERIAN JIHAD; see Jihad, Butlerian (also Great Revolt).
  • GREAT REVOLT: common term for the Butlerian Jihad.
  • The Guild was the second mental-physical training school (see Bene Gesserit) after the Butlerian Jihad.
  • JIHAD: a religious crusade; fanatical crusade.
  • SERVOK: clock-set mechanism to perform simple tasks; one of the limited "automatic" devices permitted after the Butlerian Jihad.
  • (See Jihad, Butlerian.) GRIDEX PLANE: a differential-charge separator used to remove sand from the melange spice mass; a device of the second stage in spice refining.
  • BENE GESSERIT: the ancient school of mental and physical training established primarily for female students after the Butlerian Jihad destroyed the so-called "thinking machines" and robots.
  • (For a detailed study on how Richese and lx escaped the more severe effects of the Butlerian Jihad, see The Last Jihad by Sumer and Kautman.) RIMWALL: second upper Step of the protecting bluffs on the Shield Wall of Arrakis.
  • (For a detailed study on how Richese and lx escaped the more severe effects of the Butlerian Jihad, see The Last Jihad by Sumer and Kautman.) RIMWALL: second upper Step of the protecting bluffs on the Shield Wall of Arrakis.
  • JIHAD, BUTLERIAN: (see also Great Revolt) — the crusade against computers, thinking machines, and conscious robots begun in 201 B.G. and concluded in 108 B.G. Its chief commandment remains in the O.C. Bible as "Thou shalt not make a machine in the likeness of a human mind."
  • …of Chusuk, the Buddislamic Variants of the types dominant at Lankiveil and Sikun, the Blend Books of the Mahayana Lankavatara, the Zen Hekiganshu of III Delta Pavonis, the Tawrah and Talmudic Zabur surviving on Salusa Secundus, the pervasive Obeah Ritual, the Muadh Quran with its pure Ilm and Fiqh preserved among the pundi rice farmers of Caladan, the Hindu outcroppings found all through the universe in little pockets of insulated pyons, and finally, the Butlerian Jihad.

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