Satanic letter written by possessed nun has been decoded
Fark, cobbers, get your rosary beads, holy water and crucifixes ready, because this story is all about that creepy demonic sh*t! That’s right, with The Nun scaring the bejesus out of cinema-goers; we’ve come across this little gem for you. Apparently, in 1676, a Sicilian nun woke up one morning to find herself covered in ink. Before her was a letter penned in a mix of archaic languages. Believing herself to have been possessed by Satan, the nun told others in her convent that the letter was the devil’s way to make her turn her back on Christ. Fortunately, the letter has now been decoded.
The short version of this story, is that we’re all f**ked. The morning star rose when the sarcophagus juice was opened and this letter confirms it. Yeah, nah, not really. We’re just yanking ya chains.
To be fair though, whether or not the nun was in league with Satan doesn’t really matter. And when you consider that the cheeky old biddy apparently had knowledge of several old-school languages, she might just have been an attention-seeker. What is cool though is that a group from Sicily’s Ludum science centre sourced some code-cracking technology from the dark web and puzzled her demonic declarations out.
Daniel Abate, the director of the centre said, “We primed the software with ancient Greek, Arabic, the Runic alphabet and Latin to descramble some of the letter and show that it really is devilish.”
It reads, The Holy Trinity as being dead weights thinks can free mortals, while encouraging Holy Trinity to abandon humans.
Rightio, that’s not too bad in our context, but in 1676, that sort of sh*t was pretty f**ken hardcore. There is, however, more. The letter apparently says God was invented by humans and that ‘the system works for no one.’ On top of that, it’s got a weird reference to the River Styx. You know, the Ancient Greek one. With Charon the ferryman? Perhaps now, it says, Styx is certain.
As you’re probably aware, Sicily was a big part of Ancient Greece with large parts of Homer’s Odyssey taking part there, but it’s still kind of awesome that this letter – if the apparent history is true – was written by a nun.
Abate finished by saying, “When working on historical decryption, you cannot ignore the psychological profile of the writer. We needed to know as much as possible about this nun. She may have suffered from a condition like schizophrenia, which made her imagine dialogues with the Devil. That has not stopped numerous interested satanic sects contacting me since I published our findings.”
Final thought: Whether she was just a cheeky old shazza or whether she was a thrall of the devil, we’ll never know, but the fact the letter can be translated to read this kind of stuff is pretty cool.
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