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Mazes and Labyrinths

58 One way of unifying the line and the curve was shown on page 20 another is shown below. Both produce the same basic design. A seed is drawn based on a cross within a square. Arcs are then pulled from left to right over and around the cross as shown, joining subsequent unattached ends. This is the easiest method of drawing the classical sevencoil labyrinth page 31 and is quickly mastered on the back of an envelope. Thus a Templar cross, with links to the 7x7 Venus square see page 40 and the similar 9x9 square of the Moon not shown, quickly and easily produces the traditional labyrinth. frOM CrOSS TO CurvE how to draw a classical sevencoil labyrinth
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