by Jan Kanty and the Great Tarnov Crystal is given back to Pan Andrew. Andrew Charnetski's house in Ukraine is rebuilt and he is rewarded by the king. He and his men are surprised, however, by the appearance of Nicholas Kreutz, clad in clothes covered in phosphorus and burning resin, and take him for a demon. Destitute, Charnetski camps his family in the middle of the city for the day.
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Elbietka, lying awake in her apartment waiting to hear the Heyna, realizes the finished tune is a sign and rushes to Jan Kanty's cell. And so for hundreds of years the 'hejnal' has rung out over Cracow's rooftops for the noble watchman who saved the city. When unhypnotized, Kreutz reasons that there cannot be one stone that automatically changes brass into gold, but that there must be a process by which such a change could occur. They rained down on the tartar invaders, wave after wave. Here is the legend behind this tradition: One day in the 13th century, an old watchman, keeping watch over the city of Cracow saw in the distance a cloud of dust which grew bigger with every passing moment. The Tartars try to steal it and Joseph and his family seek refuge in medieval Krakow. While in the tower one evening, Andrew and Joseph are attacked and held captive by Peter and his band. In it his thoughts arrange themselves into a strange order, and he reads in the stone what Tring believes to be the formula for the chrysopoeia, but what is in actuality the formula for a niter -based explosive.
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