EpicurusIn Cryptography teasers, a phrase or expressions has been encoded in some way (frequently by replacing letters with other letters). You need to figure out the encoding method and then decode the message to find the answer.
The following quotes are from Epicurus (341-270 BC). He was a Greek philosopher. He taught his doctrines to a devoted body of followers in the garden of his home. These followers were known as "Philosophers of the Garden."
Can you decode them?
Both puzzles use the same code.
* The hint contains three vowels.
"UXORW UIXE SIR QISQXDS YE, LXQOYEX OE HISP OE NX XGAER, UXORW AE SIR WXDX. OSU NWXS AR UIXE QIZX, NX SI HISPXD XGAER."
"SIR NWOR NX WOMX LYR NWOR NX XSBIJ, QISERARYRXE IYD OLYSUOSQX."
Answer"DEATH DOES NOT CONCERN US, BECAUSE AS LONG AS WE EXIST, DEATH IS NOT HERE. AND WHEN IT DOES COME, WE NO LONGER EXIST."
"NOT WHAT WE HAVE BUT WHAT WE ENJOY, CONSTITUTES OUR ABUNDANCE."
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