Nuja, dying pirate, the last of his clan, wrote a letter to his nephew trying to tell him the location of a treasure he had buried sometime ago. Knowing that the facility of prison hospital would read his letter thoroughly, he put the location in a cipher. The letter reads thus:
I know I will not live long now. I have lived a long enough life and had a lot of experiences. There is a great treasure I must tell you about, so that you may endeavor to find it. So know my dear, that treasure is inner peace, chivalry and selflessness. Like the sun, and the rain, which serve silently, thanklessly and constantly.
All things, from elephant to dachshund
Derive their warmth from the sun
The sun earns nothing. The sun does not starve
I wasted my life in vain. And alas
St. George had long said, an ungrateful soul is dead
But in my pine and restless crave
I did not recognize, I was not, but a spectre
Reeling in the abyss of my own sinful ignorance
In my ignorance. In my wasteful existence
"Lo!" the angels said "For he's worse than crow or croc
"He's suffering and he'll suffer in hell
"Eden's garden? Ha!"
So. Where is the treasure?
Hector is christian and believes in trinity
Nuja's sister's (Hector's aunt) name is Roche
Roche lives in the countryside
When taking the union of two sets, the overlapping members count only once!
I will mark the correct answer or give out the correct answer after 2 days.