§ Dezhsàra 3, 3 AA §
Peace. Harmony. Tranquility. The way I envisioned it would be: Kíette from within. I have found the key. It is Yíshav who forgives me from my folly. I have beheld his glory, and now I go to meet him Beyond the Horizon in Plíagge.
From the vast realm of Krav to the finite realm of the cho`in, the mighty Trilogue, once pronounced by a utopian King, now compels us all to seek the face of Yíshav, the Iashuiravan for it's proper significance. By calling upon Yíshav, the true meaning of the ancient Trilogue can be fulfilled. No more are the sun filled days of the utopia of Tristan. No more are the gold filled roads of his kingdom. No more are his phenomenal ways of rule. No more glorious Uran Tower, to rule from. It is fact, Dùrkany can be found on the inside. My great mission to rebuild Tristan's broken realm is perfected. Kíette comes from within.
When the tragic betrayal of Delshaw, wounded the Saa'welkstrau and my heart, several incidents came to pass. Despite his persecution towards me, I prevailed in the end. Secondly, with catastrophic turmoil, the mighty Saa'welkstrau, the 'holy ring,' will disappear from Tristan Point, like a drop of water in a pond into the unknown; no trace or shred of evidence to the untimely vanishment will surface. The only possible clue left, "vísh nil Tai Trabherssa" (onward the chronicle)" engraved upon their round table.
Third, the mysterious ghostly apparition will point the way. I should've trusted him better when I had the chance. He will be spotted near the castle gardens, carrying a spade and a lantern, uttering the words of demise of the Saa'welkstrau, "onward the chronicle." He will be called the "Caretaker," and that they should not fear him, because his duty is to protect the soil, in which I will be buried in.
In Kue mythology, it was believed that the last Kue tar symbol in Tarloc's Alphabet, the symbol of Khate, was the symbol of finality and the consummation of the elements. Fantastic as it may seem, but the last Kue tar symbol of Khate was not in the original Kíettan Kue Alphabet of King Tristan. That Alphabet ended with the mighty symbol of Gath; the symbol pertaining to Hronòv's downfall. When the final symbol was inserted, this brought hope to the despondent of the faltering Kíette Era. Khate is synonymous with Hope and the Cadhàlcotha of Yíshav. Unfortunately, when the Ikhthrakon Corridor heard of this news, they corrupted the pure meaning of the symbol, saying the symbol represented the end of things, especially when they applied it to Daulky. Originally, the last Kue Tar symbol of Khate belonged to the Voàkan Tarav of Tarloc, the Historian.
I would like to think that the symbol of Khate was intended to wrap around and touch the beginning of things, renewing life, giving us a second birth. Even the very artwork of the symbol, creates a form that points towards the beginning. So, if this is true, then the final symbol of Khate wraps around to the beginning symbol of Kíettar. Think on this: Yíshav is the Kíettar and Khate, and serving Him, will bring the soul to life, only summed up in the ancient words of the Kíettan Trilogue: Peace. Harmony. Tranquility.
Unto those who desire the path to Plíagge; peace, harmony, and tranquility. I, the Redeemed.
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