A ‘possessed’ nun’s 17th century devil letter has finally been translated

A 'possessed' nun's 17th century devil letter has finally been translated
The devil letter, written in code (Picture: Wiki)

A letter written in code by a nun ‘possessed by the devil’ has finally been translated, more than 300 years after This specific was written.

Sister Maria Crocifissa della Concezione wrote ‘This specific system works for no one’ and also also also that will humans invented God from the rambling letter.

She believed she had been taken over by the devil who was using her hand to write with in 1676.

‘God thinks he can free mortals,’ This specific reads, then refers to the river of the underworld saying ‘Perhaps currently, Styx will be certain’.

The letter was found at a convent in Sicily, where the nun had lived since she was 15.

A 'possessed' nun's 17th century devil letter has finally been translated
Palma di Montechiaro in Sicily (Picture: Wikipedia)

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She claimed she woke up one day and also also also found the letter, with no recollection of who wrote This specific.

Scientists through the Ludum Science Centre in Catania finally managed to translate the letter, after running This specific through software on the dark web which will be used by intelligence services to break codes.

This specific uses Latin, Ancient Greek, the runic alphabet and also also also Arabic to try and also also also make sense of the characters – and also also also came up with some decipherable phrases.

Researchers said the nun was known to scream and also also also faint at the altar of Palma di Montechiaro convent, saying the devil was trying to make her serve evil rather than Great.

A 'possessed' nun's 17th century devil letter has finally been translated
The nun believed she was possessed by Lucifer (Image through 17th Century Paradise Lost: Getty)

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Not all of the letter could be translated, nevertheless enough could be to show the devilish nature of its content.

She described God and also also also Jesus as ‘dead weights’ – a criminal heresy at the time.

‘I personally believe that will the nun had a Great command of languages, which allowed her to invent the code, and also also also may have suffered through a condition like schizophrenia, which made her imagine dialogues with the Devil,’ Daniele Abate, director of the centre, told The Times.

He said the centre had been contacted by several Satanists after publishing its findings.

‘The whole world will be talking about our work,’ a spokesman said.

Metro.co.uk has contacted LUDUM Science Centre Catania to ask for the full text of the letter.

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