Colin Bloy and the Second Coming of Christ
In my imaginings, I made a connection that Rudolf Steiner only hinted at in his writings. If I may be so bold, here’s what the link suggests:
St. John the Divine was the past life of Christian Rosenkreutz, who extended his time on earth by assuming a three hundred year lifetime as the Count St. Germain. Since Colin Bloy’s birth is about 10 years after Rudolf Steiner’s death, we can only surmise that Steiner’s prediction of 1935 being the year that Rosenkreutz would return was referring to Colin.
After today’s post about the Raising of Lazarus event chart, I decided to look at Colin’s birth chart, in connection with this past event.
Do you see what I see? (And I’ve flipped the usual past/present combination to accentuate Colin’s place in history.) Effectively, Jesus’ raising Lazarus from the dead can be the death of the ‘old self’ and the birth of a new being (St. John the Divine). That’s what my imagination showed me last year. Now I have ‘proof’.