I know this is very old, however I wanted to share this. Originally posted to my fb page.
Azor Ahai reborn
According to prophecy Azor Ahai is to be reborn again "after a long summer when the stars bleed and the cold breath of darkness falls heavy on the world".
We also have Melisandre saying this to Jon "When the red star bleeds and the darkness gathers, Azor Ahai shall be born again amidst smoke and salt to wake dragons out of stone."
Jon has heard all this before from her and reminds her that "Stannis was not born on Dragonstone".
The Red comet: appeared in the sky over Westeros in 299AC. The comet's Dothraki name is "bleeding star". "Daenerys Targaryen first sees it on the night she had burned Khal Drogo, the night her dragons had awakened"
Reborn after a long summer ✔
When the stars bleed ✔
And the cold breath of darkness falls heavy on the world ✔ (the others coming back)
Be born again amidst smoke ✔ and salt (Dragonstone?)
To wake dragons out of stone ✔
As the post says, she not only sacrificed herself she also sacrificed Khal(King) Drogo and their stillborn son.
What Aemon thought: "Daenerys is the one, born amidst salt and smoke. The dragons prove it."
What Samwell heard: “Maester Aemon believed that Daenerys Targaryen was the fulfillment of a prophecy … her, not Stannis, nor Prince Rhaegar, nor the princeling whose head was dashed against the wall.”
In his youth Rhaegar thought he was the Prince that was promised, later Maester Aemon convinced him that Aegon was TPTWP because "for a comet had been seen above King’s Landing on the night Aegon was conceived, and Rhaegar was certain the bleeding star had to be a comet."
While in the house of the undying Daenerys, without having a clue about this, sees a vision of Rhaegar speaking about his son Aegon "He is the prince that was promised, and his is the song of ice and fire" and looking at her eyes while saying this.
More of Aemon:
"No one ever looked for a girl..It was a prince that was promised, not a princess. Rhaegar I thought … the smoke was from the fire that devoured Summerhall on the day of his birth, the salt from the tears shed for those who died. [...] What fools we were, who thought ourselves so wise! The error crept in from the translation. Dragons are neither male nor female, Barth saw the truth of that, but now one and now the other, as changeable as flame. The language misled us all for a thousand years."