Saladin was an example of true Christhood, a saint who realized in his personality the highest virtues and ideals of Mohammedanism. He is celebrated for courage, justice, chivalrous conduct and magnanimity.
When Saladin, sultan of Egypt, and Richard I, the Lion-Hearted king of England, met in Egypt, they drew a cross of white fire and of the ruby ray, right there, in the Middle East. — Elizabeth Clare Prophet
A lecture by Elizabeth Clare Prophet in the Incarnations of the Heart of Lanello series.