By: Kyle James | 09-15-2017 | News
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Centuries Old Nun's Letter From The Devil Finally Decoded By Dark Web Algorithm

A letter that has stumped scholars and occultists for 341 years may have finally been decoded. The letter is said to be the Prince of Darkness himself, Satan. The letter first came to be when a nun at the convent of Palma di Montechiaro in Southern Italy woke up from a fainting spell to find she had written several letters on August 11, 1676. The letters consisted of a mix of symbols and languages but have been indecipherable to all who have tried.

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Sister Maria along with her fellow nuns decided the letters had been dictated by Lucifer in an attempt to drive the sisters away from God and the convent. Unfortunately only one of the letters dictated to Sister Maria 350 years ago have survived and it has perplexed scholars, mystics and code breakers alike. This week, researchers at the Ludum Science Center in Sicily say they cracked the mysterious document using an algorithm they sourced off of the Dark Web according to RT. Daniele Abate, director of the center said, "We primed the software with ancient Greek, Arabic, the Runic alphabet and Latin to descramble some of the letters."

The translation does sound very sinister as it claims that God and Jesus are "dead weights" and the "system works for no one" Abete believes the letter is more likely just proof that Sister maria had a mental illness as well as a keen understanding of languages. In his own words, Abete says "I personally believe that the nun had a good command of languages, which allowed her to invent the code, and [she] may have suffered from a condition like schizophrenia, which made her imagine dialogues with the Devil."

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