There you go! Now we just need the final cipher to complete the Cipher Academy challenges!

Over 2000 years ago, Julius Caesar ruled, and although he wasn’t the first to send encrypted messages like this, the cipher he used has been named after him.

It’s a simple encryption method where each letter in a message is switched to a different letter a certain number of spaces ahead in the alphabet. For example, “A” can become “D” by shifting it three spaces forward. When the message needs to be decrypted and read, the letters are simply shifted back again.

FIND OUT HOW MANY SPACES THE LETTERS HAVE MOVED, DECRYPT THE MESSAGE AND TYPE IT BELOW

**n hfrj, n xfb, n htsvzjwji**

**a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z**