Christopher Columbus – Prophecy of the New World
Columbus, Discoverer of the Americas, Lifetime of Saint Germain
Over two centuries before Christopher Columbus (1451-1506) sailed, Roger Bacon (1220-1292), another embodiment of Saint Germain, had set the stage for Columbus' voyage to the New World.
Roger Bacon stated in his Opus Majus that “the sea between the end of Spain on the west and the beginning of India on the east is navigable in a very few days if the wind is favorable.”
Although the statement was incorrect in that the land to the west of Spain was not India, it was instrumental in Columbus' discovery.
He quoted the passage in a 1498 letter to King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella and said that his 1492 voyage had been inspired in part by this visionary statement. He was certain that he had been divinely selected for his mission.
He studied the biblical prophets, writing passages relating to his mission in a book of his own making entitled Las Proficias, or The Prophecies—in its complete form, The Book of Prophecies concerning the Discovery of the Indies and the Recovery of Jerusalem.
Columbus believed that God had made him to be “the messenger of the new heaven and the new earth of which He spake in the Apocalypse of St. John, after having spoken of it by the mouth of Isaiah.”
“In the carrying out of this enterprise of the Indies,” he wrote to King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella in 1502, “neither reason nor mathematics nor maps were any use to me: fully accomplished were the words of Isaiah.”
He was referring to the prophecy recorded in Isaiah 11:10-12 that the Lord would “recover the remnant of his people…and shall assemble the outcasts of Israel, and gather together the dispersed of Judah from the four corners of the earth.”
Although the point is seldom stressed, it is a fact so rooted in history that even Encyclopaedia Britannica says unequivocally that “Columbus discovered America by prophecy rather than by astronomy.”
Saint Germain comes into our midst with a tremendous prophecy for our time. This prophecy is for the fulfillment of our reason for being—our union with God, our ascension. This we achieve through balancing our karma, reuniting with our twin flame and fulfilling our divine plan upon earth.
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