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originally posted by: Maroboduus
originally posted by: dreamingawake
Nice thread. Gonna throw it out there: May be from grey aliens instead of heathen's Gods.
THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NOTHING WHATSOEVER IN THIS STORY THAT SO MUCH AS IMPLIES EVEN A SLIGHT MODICUM OF RELATION TO ALIENS.
originally posted by: RMFX1
a reply to: dreamingawake
Cowley was a con man. Actually he was more of an entertainer but he was no more enlightened than you or I.
I've met aliens through the use of psychedelics, primarily '___'. Do I think that the experience was real?
originally posted by: RMFX1
You're right! How ignorant of them to disregard those invisible beings that's perceived presence can be described by science!
originally posted by: antoinemarionette
They may not think its demonic, but try and convince those who have actually dealt with demonic beings. That sounds like some straight-up demonic lingo to me!
What I would like most to see is this software applied to the Voynich Manuscript... and no, that dude Gibbs has been discredited -- no one's figured out the text of the manuscript as yet.
So much for that Voynich manuscript...
No, the greatest trick the church ever played was making you believe that he does.
Is it possible to be a sophisticated psychiatrist and believe that evil spirits are, however seldom, assailing humans? Most of my scientific colleagues and friends say no, because of their frequent contact with patients who are deluded about demons, their general skepticism of the supernatural, and their commitment to employ only standard, peer-reviewed treatments that do not potentially mislead (a definite risk) or harm vulnerable patients. But careful observation of the evidence presented to me in my career has led me to believe that certain extremely uncommon cases can be explained no other way.
The deep web network provides excellent decryption software, but according to our theory, we needed a software that to the alphabet invented in by the nun, so we programmed one of the best available software for this. We tested our software with some standard decriptazioni (Italic, geometric and mixed) in different languages. We have analysed the repetition of syllables and graphics in the letter to identify vowels or pairs of them and have developed and honed the decryption algorithm. In fact, we did not have great expectations of the outcome and we thought we could achieve a few words of good. But clearly the mental path was well-structured and the message was more accomplished than expected. The work provided for a commitment of three people for three months of work (actually not continued).
"VI SIMBOLI CHE IO CHE CLAUSA LIVEGIO SO FONTE UNA DISGRAZIA , FORSE ORMAI CERTO STYGE XY< TLIYI VUODE POICHÈ DIO CRISTO ZOOASTRO , SEGUONO LE VIE ANTICHE O SARTE CUCITE DAGLI UOMINI . HOIMÈ, RISTORAMI. SERVIRE NESSUNO QUESTO È SISTEMA ZAVORRA SONO LE TRE , UN DIO CHE SENTO LIBERARE I MORTALI XI SONO PER QUESTO SEMPRE."
Well, a group of physicists and computer scientists from Catania, people who are living with science (playing in the Ludum Science Center who lives at Catania's doors) has just deciphered it, using a decryption program taken from the "deep web" , the great hidden sea of the net, which is not on Google because it does not want to be searched. "There's a lot in it," says Daniele Abate, 49, team leader and Ludum-drug, prostitution, pedophilia, and also intelligence-intensive intelligence programs to decipher secret messages like the one we've been using. Algorithms that attempt to decipher, identifying similar characters that are repeated. An attempt, it is good to clarify it, but an attempt whose outcomes have astonished us. "
Already. Those eleven lines, which at first glance a bit 'classic Greek and a bit' Cyrillic alphabet, tell in fact something. Not entirely consistent, not quite comprehensible, but certainly related to God and Belzebù: "Perhaps now Certain Stige," reads the letter, and Stige is one of the five rivers of Hells according to Greek and Roman mythology. And then again: "Because God the Christ Zoroaster follows the ancient ways and seams seized by men, Ohim." And finally: "A God who feels free the mortals."
But how do you translate the devil's language? "We have included the Greek alphabet, the Latin one, the Runic (of the ancient Germanic populations) and the yazidi alphabet, the devout adorable people who lived the Iraqi Sinjar before the appearance of Islam, all the alphabets which Sister Maria Crocifissa might have seen or known. The algorithm first identifies the same characters, then compares them with the most similar alphabetic characters in the different languages. "
Here at Ludum the air that breathes is that of enlightened children of secular thought. "The idea I'm doing," says Abate, "is that this is a precise alphabet, invented by the nun with great care mixing symbols he knew. Each symbol is well thought out and structured, there are signs that are repeated, perhaps an intentional and perhaps unconscious initiative. The stress of monacal life was very strong, the woman might have suffered from a bipolar disorder, then there were no drugs or psychiatric diagnoses. Certainly there was the devil in his head. "