When Kleronomas took his survey ship out from Avalon, the volcryn came within ten light-years of him. Kleronomas found many things, but he did not find the volcryn. Not then did he and not on his return to Avalon a lifetime later. When I was a child of three, Kleronomas was dust, as distant and dead as Jesus of Nazareth and the volcryn passed close to Daronne.
'Kleronomos' is a real Greek name of ancient origin; today it mostly exists as a surname. However, George Martin chose to name one of the recurring (and, in my humble opinion, most charming) characters of his early works 'Kleronomas'.
Given how polished and thought-through GRRM's texts are, it's not likely to be a mistake. So, what's the obscure message here?