In his letters, Mínguez paints a picture of the region’s day-to-day economic and cultural activity. The chaplain first notes that the statue was created by a man named Manuel Bal, who created other wooden statues for churches in the region. He then describes the successful harvests of various grains like wheat, rye, oats, and barley and stores of wine.
Nice. Pretty plausible cover story. Only the Illuminati know what’s really in those letters. They called me in as an ROT-13 specialist. Does the name “John of Patmos” ring any bells?