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The Labyrinth | Resources for Medieval Studies
“I thought of a labyrinth of labyrinths, of one sinuous spreading labyrinth that would encompass the past and the future and in some way involve the stars.” –Jorge Luis Borges, from “The Garden of Forking Paths”
Lure of the Labyrinth
Meet Yeti. He wants your lunch. And could you make it on ice, please?
The Labyrinth: Walking Your Spiritual Journey
The labyrinth is a spiritual tool. A labyrinth is symbolic of the journey to the center of yourself. It is an aid for learning about the spiritual path.
Labyrinth Synonyms, Labyrinth Antonyms | Thesaurus.com
c.1400, laberynthe (late 14c. in Latinate form laborintus) "labyrinth, maze," figuratively "bewildering arguments," from Latin labyrinthus, from Greek labyrinthos "maze, large building with intricate passages," especially the structure built by Daedelus to hold the Minotaur near Knossos in Crete, from a pre-Greek language; perhaps related to Lydian labrys "double-edged axe," symbol of royal ...
labyrinth - Dictionary Definition : Vocabulary.com
A labyrinth is a structure with many connected paths or passages in which it is hard to find your way. In figurative use, a labyrinth is a complicated situation: our tax code is a labyrinth of rules and regulations.
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Think Labyrinth! :-) - Astrolog
Think Labyrinth! :-) I love Mazes and Labyrinths! That includes creating them, solving them, sharing with other enthusiasts, and most everything else.
The Labyrinth of Crete: The Myth Of The Minotaur
The Labyrinth of Crete: The Myth Of The Minotaur . Zeus, in the form of a bull, brought Europe from the Phoenician seashore to Gortys in Crete where he made love with her under a plane tree (or on the plane tree after assuming the form of another sacred animal, the eagle), since then the plane tree was blessed to never lose its leaves (evergreen).
The Labyrinth
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