Following 300 years of haziness, light has at long last been shed on a letter that was professed to be composed by the fallen angel.
A Sicilian religious woman woke up one day with ink everywhere on her body and she had a letter which she asserted was composed by the fallen angel as he had her.
One morning in 1676, she arose canvassed in ink with the strange letter before her, disclosing to her sisters she had been controlled by Satan and that he had constrained her to compose a message.
The nuns trusted her, and keeping in mind that they – and the ages of nuns who came after them – couldn't figure out the code, they showed it at the community.
Numerous individuals have attempted to interpret it throughout the long term, yet nobody has succeeded – up to this point.
A group at the Ludum Science Center in Catania, Sicily, utilized a program they found on the dull web to unscramble the letter.
A group in Sicily translated the message and discovered it to be shrewd.
It portrays God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit as 'extra weights', and says 'God figures he can free humans'.
It additionally says God was developed by man, adding that 'this framework works for nobody'.
Another sentence peruses: 'Maybe now, Styx is sure', referring to the River Styx that isolates the Earth and the Underworld in Greek and Roman folklore
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