Here's the cover I chose for this final session:
I love that. Copies of that edition are apparently not easy to come by on the cheap, though, so I'm probably never going to have one.
The sequential nature of actual events is not illuminated with lengthy precision by the powers of prescience except under the most extraordinary circumstances. The oracle grasps incidents cut out of the historic chain. Eternity moves. It inflicts itself upon the oracle and the supplicant alike. Let Muad'dib's subjects doubt his majesty and his oracular visions. Let them deny his powers. Let them never doubt Eternity.
--The Dune Gospels
This chapter deals primarily with Alia being on a monster trip. "The potion of melange she'd drained just before leaving the temple was the largest she'd ever attempted -- a massive overdose. Even before beginning to take effect, it had terrified her."
She has done this because she feels she must gain some insight into why Paul has done the things he has done; she wishes "to see where it was her brother walked with his eyeless stride."