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Suddenly she saw a figure in dazzling white, on a white horse, descend from the skies. His radiance was like that of the Sun. It was a vision of the Kalki-Avatar as envisioned in the scriptures.
As the radiant figure came closer, she recognised it to be Shri Nathji.
The dark spectre of evil was blinded by the glory of Shri Nathji’s radiance. It sought to shield its eyes against the light. For a while it made as if to give battle, but soon perished, turning into a heap of ashes.
Mrs. Bhutt returned to her body consciousness. The Prince of Light had vanquished the Prince of Darkness.
Events had developed quick and fast in the external world. There had been the invasion by the allied forces on Germany, and the subsequent collapse of Hitler’s army.
And finally, there was news of Hitler having perished in fire, with only his ashes remaining. The news came on the very next morning after the vision of Gangabai Bhutt in which she had seen Shri Nathji turn the spectre of evil into dust.
It was Mrs. Bhutt’s vision come true. From the very beginning she had interpreted the vision as the fall of Hitler, and the subsequent end of the Second World War.
Shri Nathji, who had taken upon his arms the wounds of a world torn by war, soon began to recover. With the end of the war, in 1945, his arm healed. But a permanent infirmity was to remain in it as a legacy of man’s inhumanity to man.