Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be contained in a climate controlled secure containment locker in the high-security wing of Site-██. Proper precuations are to be taken to prevent further degradation of SCP-XXXX.

Due to the large amount of information available to the public about SCP-XXXX, amnesticization is currently impossible and is more costly than the currently used solution. A replica of SCP-XXXX using Vellum aged by use of SCP-119 and missing pages that contain instructions to create anomalous objects is to be placed in the Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library. This version is to be considered the definitive version of SCP-XXXX to the general public and Foundation personnel without Level 3 clearance.

Attempts to translate SCP-XXXX by individuals other than those specifically assigned to SCP-XXX are to be sabotaged through the use of media slander, or through deletion of files through a computer virus or home entry. Currently, Foundation Agent Nick Pelling is assigned to do the former of these tasks, while any other qualified Foundation Agent may be used for the latter task.

Description: SCP-XXXX is an illustrated codex written and illustrated by unknown persons. SCP-XXXX is written in a language designated L-XXXX, which has only been partially translated by Foundation personnel.

SCP-XXXX primarily contains pages dedicated to herbal medicines that would typically be found in medieval times. The remaining pages are dedicated to rituals, designated SCP-XXXX-A and further classified as SCP-XXXX-A1 through SCP-XXXX-A47, and a small number of autobiographical sections about the author placed in the later pages of SCP-XXXX. SCP-XXXX-A are typically dedicated to creating anomalous medicines and the summoning of anomalous creatures.

Addendum XXXX.1: Notable translated SCP-XXXX-A rituals.

The methods specified in these pages have been expunged to prevent use by unauthorized Foundation Personnel.

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