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  • I think I translated the zombie curse!

    "Corpus levitas, Diablo Dominium Mondo vicium!"

    Corpus refers to a body in Latin. Levitas seems to translate to Levites, who were Jews who would assist the priest at the temple in Biblical times. Which makes no sense. The body of Levites? The first line has me stumped.

    However, the second line is obvious.
    S2e1 it says don't read aloud dipper

    The zombie curse

    It looks like it says: diablo dominium. Diablo translates to devil in Spanish. Dominium refers to complete control over. Devil dominion.

    Mondo vicium. In Latin this translates to "world change" A zombie takeover would be a world change, so I think I translated that correctly. I am kind of iffy if (iffy if, heh heh) about my translation, but it sounds right.

    -Bill

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    • Could levitas be a conjugated form of the Spanish verb levitar which literally means "to levitate"? This would give the incantation more of a general raising the dead meaning instead of referring to the Levites in particular.

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    • SaimreGliko wrote: Could levitas be a conjugated form of the Spanish verb levitar which literally means "to levitate"? This would give the incantation more of a general raising the dead meaning instead of referring to the Levites in particular.

      It probably is! So the full incantation is:

      Bodies rise, devil dominion, world change.

      That would make sense, I guess.

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    • It's Latin. See here. I think Bill has it right above.

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    • I tried translating on Google but I must've typed something in wrong because it translated it to something else that made absolutely no sense.

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    • Corpus levitas, Diablo Dominium Mondo Vicium may raise the dead but do you think spells from other works of fiction could do worse?

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    • i tried to respond to this without an account and i'm not seeing anything here so i made this acccount but maybe i now have ghost posts for somebody to review or something but i'm gonna write my post a third time.

      i've studied latin and am pretty familiar with the language, and this incantation thing only comes out as fake latin that makes no sense. diablo mondo and vicium aren't even actually latin words. google translate can't even begin actually translating latin. the sentence has no verb and none of the cases make sense. it's super fake.

      tl;dr: its not real latin, its fake, fake latin.

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    • The spell is conbination of spanish and latin.

      It literally means

      "Bodies rise

      Control the devil

      Change the world"

      I hope that helpsĀ :3

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