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Classical 11 Circuit Diagram animated - this shows how to create this classical labyrinth. Created with a seed pattern of a cross, two right angles, and a dot in each quadrant, this labyrinth has 11 paths. based on a pattern first documented on a clay tablet from Pylos, Greece (circa 1200 BCE) and also found on Cretan Coins of 400 to 500 BCE, these labyrinths are easily constructed using a seed pattern.

Classical 11 Circuit Diagram animated - this shows how to create this classical labyrinth. Created with a seed pattern of a cross, two right angles, and a dot in each quadrant, this labyrinth has 11 paths. based on a pattern first documented on a clay tablet from Pylos, Greece (circa 1200 BCE) and also found on Cretan Coins of 400 to 500 BCE, these labyrinths are easily constructed using a seed pattern.

Classical 3 Circuit Diagram-Created with a seed pattern of a cross and a dot in each quadrant, this labyrinth has three paths. Examples: Cretan coins of circa 300 to 70 BCE

Classical 3 Circuit Diagram-Created with a seed pattern of a cross and a dot in each quadrant, this labyrinth has three paths. Examples: Cretan coins of circa 300 to 70 BCE

Classical 7 Circuit Diagram-Created with a seed pattern of a cross, a right angle, and a dot in each quadrant, this labyrinth has seven paths. This is often referred to by some as the Cretan Labyrinth. based on a pattern first documented on a clay tablet from Pylos, Greece (circa 1200 BCE) and also found on Cretan Coins of 400 to 500 BCE, these labyrinths are easily constructed using a seed pattern.

Classical 7 Circuit Diagram-Created with a seed pattern of a cross, a right angle, and a dot in each quadrant, this labyrinth has seven paths. This is often referred to by some as the Cretan Labyrinth. based on a pattern first documented on a clay tablet from Pylos, Greece (circa 1200 BCE) and also found on Cretan Coins of 400 to 500 BCE, these labyrinths are easily constructed using a seed pattern.

(Other Classical) Three Pointed Seed Patterns>>The Baltic Labyrinth a.k.a. Goddess Labyrinth Diagram 2-Here's another way to see it - without the "Y."

(Other Classical) Three Pointed Seed Patterns>>The Baltic Labyrinth a.k.a. Goddess Labyrinth Diagram 2-Here's another way to see it - without the "Y."

Classical 15 Circuit Diagram-Created with a seed pattern of a cross, three right angles, and a dot in each quadrant, this labyrinth has 15 paths. based on a pattern first documented on a clay tablet from Pylos, Greece (circa 1200 BCE) and also found on Cretan Coins of 400 to 500 BCE, these labyrinths are easily constructed using a seed pattern.

Classical 15 Circuit Diagram-Created with a seed pattern of a cross, three right angles, and a dot in each quadrant, this labyrinth has 15 paths. based on a pattern first documented on a clay tablet from Pylos, Greece (circa 1200 BCE) and also found on Cretan Coins of 400 to 500 BCE, these labyrinths are easily constructed using a seed pattern.

Concentric Labyrinth Diagram 1-A concentric labyrinth is one where all paths are circular and concentric and thus there is no cross in the middle.

Concentric Labyrinth Diagram 1-A concentric labyrinth is one where all paths are circular and concentric and thus there is no cross in the middle.

(Other Classical) Three Pointed Seed Patterns>>The Baltic Labyrinth a.k.a. Goddess Labyrinth Diagram 1-This is a two-mouthed labyrinth. One initially moves through this labyrinth as one does a classical, but because there is a "Y" at the center of the seed pattern instead of the expected cross, it spirals into the goal like the Hecate labyrinth above. Unlike the Hecate labyrinth, there is also a spiraling escape....

(Other Classical) Three Pointed Seed Patterns>>The Baltic Labyrinth a.k.a. Goddess Labyrinth Diagram 1-This is a two-mouthed labyrinth. One initially moves through this labyrinth as one does a classical, but because there is a "Y" at the center of the seed pattern instead of the expected cross, it spirals into the goal like the Hecate labyrinth above. Unlike the Hecate labyrinth, there is also a spiraling escape....

The Chakra-Vyuha Labyrinth a.k.a. Hecate Labyrinth-This classical labyrinth pattern begins with a "Y" in the center instead of an "X." Also, the labyrinth does not begin at the end of the "Y", but at a dot. This produces a spiral at the goal.

The Chakra-Vyuha Labyrinth a.k.a. Hecate Labyrinth-This classical labyrinth pattern begins with a "Y" in the center instead of an "X." Also, the labyrinth does not begin at the end of the "Y", but at a dot. This produces a spiral at the goal.

#Labyrinth in snow - Merced River. Image by Lars Howlett

#Labyrinth in snow - Merced River. Image by Lars Howlett