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The Ascended Master [[Saint Germain]] was embodied as ''Christopher Columbus'', Cristóbal Colón (c. 1451–1506), the discoverer of America. We was aptly named after Saint Christopher, who by legend is pictured carrying the infant Jesus across the waters.
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The Ascended Master [[Saint Germain]] was embodied as '''Christopher Columbus''', Cristóbal Colón (c. 1451–1506), the discoverer of America. We was aptly named after Saint Christopher, who by legend is pictured carrying the infant Jesus across the waters.

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The Ascended Master [[Saint Germain]] was embodied as '''Christopher Columbus''', Cristóbal Colón (c. 1451–1506), the discoverer of America. We was aptly named after Saint Christopher, who by legend is pictured carrying the infant Jesus across the waters.
TranslationThe Ascended Master [[Saint Germain]] was embodied as '''Christopher Columbus''', Cristóbal Colón (c. 1451–1506), the discoverer of America. We was aptly named after Saint Christopher, who by legend is pictured carrying the infant Jesus across the waters.

The Ascended Master Saint Germain was embodied as Christopher Columbus, Cristóbal Colón (c. 1451–1506), the discoverer of America. We was aptly named after Saint Christopher, who by legend is pictured carrying the infant Jesus across the waters.