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22 May 2006 @ 07:00 pm
Golden Path?  
Well, even if this place is relatively new and lacking members, I decided to take a chance and join anyway. I'll be happy to discuss regardless if it's just one person, if they (and I mean the moderator) feels the same way. I've never read the whole series through, just the first four books years ago so I thought this will be good for memory.

What was Leto II's golden path? What did he wanted to achieve in the end exactly? I'm not the most intellectual or the brightest person here so I'll need someone to spell it out for me. What I generally got was that he wanted a future that was beyond his prescient powers, I suppose.
Rebeccaindelikatt on June 25th, 2006 05:07 pm (UTC)
I found that the Golden Path was to be the survival of the human race. By repressing humanity for over 3000 years, Leto caused a person's natural tendency to explore to grow a hundred-fold. As such, when Leto died, humans exploded off into uncharted parts of the universe, thus securing their survival. At least that's how I read it.