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Aerial view of Hawaiian coastline and classical labyrinth, Maui, Hawaii, USA
Aerial view of Hawaiian coastline and classical labyrinth, Maui, Hawaii, USA

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  • The ‘labyrinth’ demonstrated is an ancient symbol of fertility and is an artistic representation of the female reproductive organ. A similar, bur much smaller one, but of much older origin, sits in the Parish of Danby on the hill above the Vale of York (England) and is named ‘The City of Troy’. Children love to run around it. These mazes appear in the words of Shakespeare’s ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’: “And the quaint mazes in the wanton green. For lack of tread are undistinguishable:” to indicate a period of disarray on earth.

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