Researchers have spent years trying to comprehend Sister Maria Crocifissa della Concesione’s mysterious message, a demon possessed nun. In 2018, scientists from Sicily succeeded after 340 years. Everyone was taken aback by what they read.
Isabella Tommasi, a girl whose name “in the world” was Isabella Tommasi, wrote a mystery letter on August 11, 1676. She entered a monastery Palma di Montechiaro when she was only 15 years old.
Maria Crocifissa della Concezione (Maria Crocifissa della Concezione) – literally “crucified Mary” – was her new name after the tonsure.
She awoke one morning with her hands covered in ink and a piece of paper in front of her with incomprehensible characters scrawled on it. She had no idea what it said. Letters from the Greek and Latin alphabets, as well as Cyrillic and even runic components, made up the code.
Maria told the other nuns that the devil, “the enemy of the human race,” had taken up residence in her, and that she had written this message with her hand.
The nuns trusted her and left the letter at the monastery, hoping that someone would be able to understand it.
A group of Italian programmers from a Catania research center were able to read the letter after 340 years. The researchers employed a decryption tool that they acquired on the dark web. They were able to decipher a portion of the devil’s message.
“We’ve heard of software that we believe the intelligence agencies are using,” Daniele Abate stated. “We loaded ancient Greek, Arabic, and runic alphabets, as well as Latin, into the software.” And it’s something very terrible.”
but Sister Maria spoke various languages, and based on their synthesis, scientists believe she invented her own.
God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit are “useless, superfluous cargo,” according to the deciphered portion of the letter, and “God believes that he can free humanity.” In the discourse, it was also said that God was created by man.
According to scholars, the writing is incomprehensible, incomprehensible, and not usually intelligible. They are perplexed by Sister Maria’s fixation, which they assume stems from schizophrenia or bipolar disease.