George Lucas' plan for the Star Wars sequels was ... WTF?

Star Wars creator George Lucas has a long history of making statements about plans for future Star Wars films that do not pan out. At various times since 1977 he has said that his space fantasy series was supposed to be 6, 9, 12 or 15 movies. He has mused about films entirely devoted to Wookiees or droids. 
He is, to put it politely, something of an improvisational artist. 
That said, Lucas' apparent original plan for the sequel trilogy (the movies that became The Force Awakens , The Last Jedi and the upcoming Episode IX) is an eye-opening WTF idea, even for him.

As far as I've seen, these are the first specifics George Lucas has shared about what his vision of Episodes 7-9 would have been. This comes from @insighteditions awesome companion book to "James Cameron's Story of Science Fiction series" on AMC:
— Livio Ramondelli (@LivioRamondelli) June 12, 2018
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