Movies Decoded [Part 4] Dune 1984 movie

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We start our journey in Frank Herberts Dune 1984 movie whom Dan Winter (who shares a peek into Galactic History and a scientific look at DNA) and Bobby Hemmitt (who uncovers hidden knowledge of the Dark Occult) among several others claim Dune is more accurate than the Bible in describing history and the state of the world in the past and present. The movie Dune had a 45 million dollar budget. The film shows a spice called melange (aka melanin) which is the most valuable substance known in the universe and the battle for control of the spice and the planet it is cultivated on. We follow the black haired protagonist “hero” Paul Atreides  throughout the movie. He can be construed as a threat or trader to the ruling establishment. He is born to a red head (hint of orange hair) mother. We also see major kingdoms Britain and America. Paul Atreides filled with utter distain defeats the British super power by the end of the film.

In the Dune 1984 movie the Baron Vladimir Harkonnen played by Kenneth McMillan is the uncle to Feyd-Rautha Harkonnen (10174 AG – 10193 AG) is one of the antagonists of Dune. Feyd played by Sting (Britishborn) was the younger nephew (Modern day Britain) of Baron Vladimir Harkonnen of House Harkonnen The orange haired Baron has horrible skin and black color fingernails and toenails, unpredictable, does not adhere to typical moral standards and exhibits extreme gluttony. Feyd-Rautha Harkonnen was nominated by Baron Vladimir as the “Na-Baron” (Not-Baron or Nigga-Baron) – heir to House Harkonnen. The Baron favored the young Feyd-Rautha over Feyd’s older brother “The Beast” Glossu Rabban played by actor Paul Smith (of America ethnicity), Count of Lankiveil. Feyd was both intelligent and charismatic, and was dedicated to the Harkonnen culture of sadism and cruelty, though potentially only due to his upbringing. 1:49:19 minutes into the movie Baron says to Feyd “And when we have crushed these people enough, I’ll send you Feyd” (Contemporary, New age and evolved (Britian). Also visually likeable yet still carrying the seed of deceit to maintain the subversive leadership and oppression of the people). Who are the people he is symbolically referring to and what is the manner in which the Great villain Baron will send Feyd? Dune is a great movie to apply the keys of interpretation through symbolism and mythology some of which is mentioned within this contextual jump start. Note: Dialects or accents equal nations or cultures. Also actors are selected with strategic intent. The nationality or what nation an actor is born into may also be very important to why the actor is chosen for the role.

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