Maester Aemon mentions a bleeding star, along with smoke and salt, as being part of the heralding of the prince that was promised coming, but he does not mention Azor Ahai. Archmaester Marwyn recalls that according to the prophecy, the prince would be “Born amidst salt and smoke, beneath a bleeding star.” When he was younger Aemon thought that Prince Rhaegar Targaryen was the prince who was promised, since the smoke would be from the fire at Summerhall and salt from the tears of those who cried there.
Young Rhaegar agreed with Aemon that he might be the prince that was promised. According to Arstan Whitebeard, one day Rhaegar found something in his scrolls that changed him and he decided to become a knight, telling Ser Willem Darry, “I will require a sword and armor. It seems I must be a warrior.”
Rhaegar later believed that his infant son, Aegon, was the promised prince, since a comet was seen above King’s Landing when the boy was born. Rhaegar was killed by Lord Robert Baratheon in the Battle of the Trident, however, and Aegon was killed by Ser Gregor Clegane in the Sack of King’s Landing.
Bu bilgiyi özetlersek
Rhaegar bu teoriyi aemın ile konuşuyor
Aemon bu teoriye atıfta bulunurken azor ahaiden bahsetmiyor
Rhaegarla beraber tartıştıkları için rhaegarın bildiği kadarını bildiğini var sayarsak, rhaegar azor ahai teorisi ile aynı teori olduğunu bilmiyordu demek, aksini iddia etmekten daha doğru ve mantıklıdır, çünkü ilki mantık sonucunda ulaşılmış bir sonuçken, ikincisi tüm bu verilere ve bilgilere karşı çıkmaktır, ve verinin aksimi söylemek mantık dışıdır.