A Sense of Relevance

In ancient times, much greater days, the Mures Valley was the most prosperous region in known Europa, envy of every province, target of every greedy intent. Under a benevolent sky reigned a benevolent King. The King brought glory and fame to his clans, promising eternal life for their name and kin; lasting relevance. Lasting, that is, until this relevance was taken from us.

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Take pride, Muresdol, in that King. Remember him now that he glimmers most faintly.

Picture of the Transylvanian Circumvolution

This picture was sent to us by Colin Rodgers from Edinburgh. It shows the mythical symbol of the Transylvanian Circumvolution, a symbol strongly connected to the mysterious Krim-Jacob algorithm.

The picture is taken near the top of Arthur’s seat, a hill near central Edinburgh. This picture will indeed confirm a possible Krim-Jacobian presence in Scotland and Great Britain, and we will of course continue our investigation and  research in this field. We will also thank Colin for his contribution, help from the public makes our research much easier.

Adrŷan Nerich – Historian –  Targu Mures Historical Society

A tale of capture and escape

The rains poured down, and the capture took it’s toll on our hero. His body was captured and for once his mind may have felt doubt. In the darkness he sat, but in brief moments  the sun lighted the cell in and hope was kept. One day a white summer swan flew by his prison and immense hope filled him. “I will return to the valley of almonds” he yelled, and the door was unlocked.

Being a man of forgivingness and love, he taught the northern Brits of his tale and teachings before he commenced the voyage across the shallow sea and journeyed on to his homeland in east. It is said that the “school of the circumvolution” is still active in the green valleys of Caledonia.