You look through the books and coincidentally find a marked page.

The Caesar cipher is a simple monoalphabetic substitution encryption that has been used for over 2000 years. The encryption is based on cyclical displacement, e.g., the displacement of a letter by a certain amount to the right or left. In ancient Rome, encryption disks with two movable components each labeled with the alphabet were used to encrypt or decrypt a message.

In the original Caesar encryption, which was shifted 3 letters to the right, Caesar is encrypted as follows: “Fdhvdu”.

**Find out, how much the disk was shifted from the original text.**

You can download the text here, to be able to work better.

Here is a hint: The letter “e” is the most common letter in the unencrypted text. The letters “a” and “t” are also represented frequently. Additionally, double letters such as “tt” can be found as well.