R’hllor and The Lord of Light are not one and the same.
Melissandre looked into her flames:
A face took shape within the hearth. Stannis? she thought, for just a moment … but no, these were not his features. A wooden face, corpse white. Was this the enemy? A thousand red eyes floated in the rising flames. He sees me. Beside him, a boy with a wolf’s face threw back his head and howled.
The red priestess shuddered. Blood trickled down her thigh, black and smoking. The fire was inside her, an agony, an ecstasy, filling her, searing her, transforming her. Shimmers of heat traced patterns on her skin, insistent as a lover’s hand.
Strange voices called to her from days long past. “Melony,” she heard a woman cry. A man’s voice called, “Lot Seven.” She was weeping, and her tears were flame. And still she drank it in.
-A Dance with Dragons – Melisandre I
Her gut reaction was right this was the enemy. Bloodraven is The Bloodfather, He may even literally be Melissandre’s bloodfather as has biological father with Shiera Seastar.
But it is all far worse than that.
She was stronger at the Wall, stronger even than in Asshai. Her every word and gesture was more potent, and she could do things that she had never done before. Such shadows as I bring forth here will be terrible, and no creature of the dark will stand before them. With such sorceries at her command, she should soon have no more need of the feeble tricks of alchemists and pyromancers.
-A Dance with Dragons – Melisandre I
The reason her power was stronger at The Wall is because she is closer to “R’hllor”.
Here sits “R’hllor”
He manipulates fires as easily as he manipulates men. And he manipulates those fires to manipulate the men. People who genuinely think they are serving R’hllor are not serving The Lord of Light. He can become the mist and cold mists can alter shapes in a fire.
No. The Lord of Light is someone different entirely. Someone you wouldn’t expect.
Here is Jaime Lannister, the Lord of Light, spreading his light. Azor Ahannister, reborn. Click here for the expanded article on why he is Azor Ahai.
The name Lightbringer means Lucifer in Latin. Lucifer literally means the “bringer of dawn.” Both Lucifer and Jaime Lannister do not have, shall we say, a sterling reputation?
GRRM worked with a language expert to create the High Valyrian language for the show. GRRM would of course not delve down into fine details, but he would surely give him the most important words and clues in the language. The word for “Lord of Light”, is “Aeksiot Ono” which is almost identical to the word for “goldenhand” which is “Aeksion Ondos”.
Not only is the word for goldenhand and Azor Ahai is almost the same word, I would even go onto say they are probably the same word that has been misspelled or mistranslated after countless years.
There are five names for Azor Ahai: Hyrkoon the Hero, Azor Ahai, Yin Tar, Neferion, and Eldric Shadowchaser, thus there may be five different people and infections he may be reborn as. I think the other ones may comprise: Samwell, Theon, Davos, Arya, Dany, Rickon, Benjen.
But is there a better hero that represents the flawed, terribly flawed beings that we are? You will be hard pressed to find someone like that. Azor Ahannister is the only hero capable of defeating the IceBrandon, Bloodraven and Bran Stark is/are/control the colossal ice dragon named Winter. We know Winter is coming.
The conflict between Jaime and Bran frames opening of the series. When Jaime threw Bran off the tower, i threw the entire series into play. Their conflict did not just open the series, but the resultant conflict will will conclude it as well, as two of the most of the most powerful beings on Planetos battle it out in the war for the dawn.
Jaime is described as having a face “shining with light, golden and beautiful.” In Bran’s dream when he was flying as the ice dragon I call The IceBrandon this is how Bran described Jaime as “armored like the sun, golden and beautiful.”
Our monsters are seen as gods. And our gods are seen as monsters.
I would say “Seven save us all”, but who knows what they hell they are. Stay away gods. Stay away.
”The devil gave humans critical thinking, which God didn’t want. He wanted us to not eat from the tree of knowledge of whateverthehell so we could basically be thought-slaves for eternity, but the devil did us a favor and turned the tables there with a single conversation.
Also, the devil killed a grand total of 10 people in the bible, while god killed somewhere around 2.3 million. He understands human nature, but doesn’t judge you for being human. He accepts god’s unwanted children unconditionally. And still, he’s the dickhead. Why? Because he can take it.
Because he’s not our hero. He’s our silent guardian. A watchful protector. A dark knight.”