Magen’s Prophesy

A man will come. He will be blind to the mind and deaf to thought.
His blood will be of the North, drawn. His heart of the south.
The Darsúli will think him theirs. He will be thought powerless.
He will have power, and power of thought.
He will see the world, and see what none can see.

A man will come, he will be tested and tried.
A man will come, of North Blood drawn, with the power of thought.
The Dragon Stone he will draw, from the pit of fire and stone.
Once again, will the ancient ones of fire awake.
A war will come, a war will end.
The Evil One come to turn friend on friend.

A man will come. Blind to mind, deaf to thought.
Blood of the North, heart of the south.
He will be despised and rejected by his people.
Darsúli will think him theirs. He will be thought powerless.
He will have power, but not for his own, and power of thought.
He will see the world, but not as others do.
A man will come, he will be tested and tried.
A man will come, of North Blood charged, with the power of thought.
The ancient ones of fire will be freed. He will end wars.
The fool stone, misbegotten, will be dust, and the Evil One banished, he will be.