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Brytyjczycy zagłosują nad imieniem jednego z dwóch kruków, które wykluły się w Twierdzy Tower. Kilka tygodni temu donosiliśmy o zaginięciu jednego z ptaków, co Wyspiarze przyjęli z niepokojem. Ich obecność w centrum Londynu jest symboliczna.

Crows above the tower. The people of London choose a name for the new chick

The English will vote on the name of one of the two crows that hatched in Tower Castle. A few weeks ago, we reported the disappearance of one of the birds, which the islanders received with concern. Their presence in central London is symbolic.

When the crows disappear from the castle, the United Kingdom collapses – or legend has it. However, the English could easily relax. Two chicks hatched in the tower. J.One has already been named after Edgar, while the name of the little crow will be determined by a vote by the British. According to legend, there should be at least 7 crows in the castle. If it is a low, the kingdom will face disaster.

Observers point out that this is not the crows in the tower castle, but the potential independence of Scotland and the unification of Ireland would be the greatest threat to the kingdom. If the Scots and the Irish go their own way, no crows will help the structures of the United Kingdom. Even sympathy for the compassionate Queen Elizabeth II and her heirs will not save the kingdom from disintegration. Nota Ben, including the two wives of King Henry VIII of England, has been beheaded by enemies of the crown in the past. In this way, the two stories are intertwined.

The English have chosen five traditional names: Matilda, Brown, Brandt, Winifred and Florence. They vote in a modern way via the internet. This is how technology intertwines with the myths in the DNA chain. Like the crows, we want to include the tower – implicitly, the whole kingdom – they are protected by so-called bees, or literally, beef eaters. Dressed in red and navy blue uniforms, they guard Tower Castle, an inseparable part of London’s centuries-old history. London greetings to the young crows who join the regiment flying in the tower.