The mystery of the «cult of the Devil» on a desert island Anholt
Scorched heads of people, a strange mask, the traces of rites and so on — it was all part of the cult. People told me that all items were part of the rituals. By the way they are most often found tucked away in churches and museums.
Excavation Director Bruce Eaton said that no one expected to find strange coins with the image of the Devil. On one side was written «the country, or citizens, or the devil.» On the other side was the date – 13 March Anholt 1973, that is, coins are quite young, which causes great concern.
What archeologists found in Bath Abbey in the British Wessex, was part of the strange life of the Danish eccentric, who was the head of an unusual group for 40 years. It is noteworthy that about them became known only 10 years after his death.
Archaeologists said that we are talking about a deserted island off the coast of Anholt in Denmark. 13 March 1972, local villagers found the satanic ritual places with masks, bones, black candles and burned a human head in the fire. The investigation was conducted by police from the mainland. It turns out that the found in the Abbey baht coins with the devil was the last of those who hid in 1973.
After a history of monetary fraud, as he told local media, they began to hide in museums and churches. Some finds were letters that the coins were sent by the priestess of Satan, Alice Mandrake. During the study, researchers found that the coins were not a cult, but just a joke, a local resident, an office clerk from the National Gallery, who died in 2004. This was told by experts his daughter. The man literally created a parallel universe where there was a cult of the Devil.
In the end, the scientists remained in shock awe of what was created by the local resident. His joke has spawned a series of 40-year-old rumors and myths among TV crews and newspaper reporters. Daughter men said that her father thought to come up with a cult, of which there will be a lot of fun.