Today I got this card. Here's a translation of the German text form the backside:
All the best for the new year.
For the new year we would like to introduce you to an ancient tradition: the Vadimonium Gratum experiences a comeback as a lucky charm. Its natural home is located mainly in the area by 52°31'6“ north latitude and 13°24'30” east longitude.
Even among the ancient Teutons the Vadimonium Gratum was considered a most important ingredient for the ceremonial happiness ritual at the beginning of the year. In this tradition, the crop must be picked under a full moon on a clear January night, then be cooked right after and be eaten before sunrise, despite its unpleasant taste.
Who faithfully maintains this old custom, is immune to bad luck and misfortune and is to expect a trouble free year. 1)
Oh-kay. Now what the fuck is this? Judging from the made up plant specification names (Securitas, Kollektiv, Assekuranz) I'd assume this to be some advertising for an insurance company or something similar. But there is no company name. Googling for "Vadimonium Gratum" does not return anything useful. The coordinates point to he Berlin city hall. Huh?
Did anyone else get this? What's this supposed to be? Did someone waste my (tax) money on it?
Update: Turn's out to be my bank wasting money.