There is a disturbing discovery that has appeared in an ancient monastery and alerted scholars. The letter would be written by none other than HIM.
Old Letter (Canva)
It is a mystery that has lasted for more than three and a half centuries, and therefore dates back to the late 1600s, over the years a symbol and a cause for concern in the hearts of millions of devotees. A particular letter, found in an old monastery in the hands of a nun and which in the following years made the community talk for a long time.
An incredible discovery that today everyone talks about almost in a low voice, with obvious concern for a phenomenon that has magic, in the truest sense of the word. Among the words of the recovered manuscript, only one clear word, “Ohimè”.
In fact, the nun was found lying on the ground, still holding the mystery-tongued letter close to her, her hands and face smeared with ink. According to most, the testimony of an impossible fight.
The mystery of the disturbing discovery at the hands of the nun who died at the monastery
It was August 11, 1676 when Sister Maria Crocifissa della Concezione, the noble Isabella Tomasi, was found in her cell still holding a letter in her hands at the monastery of Palma di Montechiaro, in the province of Agrigento.
The manuscript, recovered by the sisters, appeared to be a mixture of Greek, Latin and Cyrillic, and other alphabets of unknown peoples. Some of them later were known to be devil worshippers. The nun would fight all night with him, refusing to sign the letter and paying with her death, leaving this letter to posterity. Scholars immediately dubbed it the “devil’s letter” and the translation still doesn’t make sense.
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“Maybe now certainly Styx. Since God Christ Zoroaster follows the ancient ways and seamstresses sewn by men, Alas! A God I feel setting mortals free” is the content of the letter. According to some experts, the woman did not really want to become a cloistered nun and created the hype to draw attention to herself. The manuscript is still in the monastery of Agrigento and continues to be a subject of study for religious.