Dune (1984). Seventh draft, December 9, 1983.57. INT. CONTROL ROOM - HEIGHLINER - SPACE
We pass through electrical shields into a 2,000-foot high control room filled with orange spice gas. On the floor are large gratings
covering an exhaust and filtering system. Tons of spice gas are being converted into the clouds of gas along a wall of machinery. From
within a dark metal tunnel comes a Guild Navigator. He exits the tunnel and swims through the gas 1,000 feet to a six-dimensional
layered miniature replica of the entire Universe. The Navigator emits a long piece of light from his mouth which travels to one edge of
the Universe and changes into a likeness of the planet Caladan. The Navigator turns and emits another piece of light which travels to
the opposite side of the Universe. It changes into a likeness of Arrakis. The Navigator begins to put his slender fingers in amongst the
stars and he emits SOUNDS and bursts of light into the mass of stars and galaxies. The Universe begins to vibrate and elongate, then
to curve. Electrical lightening traverses from Caladan to Arrakis as the Universe bends into a U-shape. Arrakis submerges deep into the
light. The navigator swims to the point where Arrakis disappeared. He begins to pull and tear a hole in the Universe. Stars like sparks
and SOUNDS and rings of light appear, along with a roaring WIND. The Navigator swims deep into this hole through the rings of light.
The Navigator becomes more and more transparent, until he's lost in darkness. The sounds fade.