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But let's look some more at Miss July (she is, after all, an eyeful) - the PMOY candidate, Stephanie Glasson who, in amending her Playmate Date Sheet, said that "if (she) could have any man in (italics mine) world it would be Maynard, the lead singer of Tool. See?" In ancient Celtic, can mean green, grey and glass. Therefore, glas is connected with invisible, transparent (i.e. to see through). Amid the sumptuous furnishings of MJK's replica of Jules Verne's "Nautilus" (representing the underworld or other dimensions of consciousness), Miss Glasson plays (The Royal Game of Goose) with its labyrinth symbolism and hazards on certain stations. And then there is , the French word for gander (= see), this being a male goose. hints at the word jargon. And speaking of jargon, the color green is connected with "The Green Language" (langue verte), "The Language of Birds" or slang which is used by those to convey certain messages intended only for other would-be players. (i.e. initiates). In brief - er - in short, it unveils things. Enough said.

@Melissa Miotke: Thanks, I'm glad you enjoyed reading about labyrinth symbols.

The 'Man in the Maze' is a Hopi version of the labyrinth symbolizing life, the choices we make and the twists and turns of our life journey towards unity - the center. A variation on this without the man represents the Mother and Child, a symbol of rebirth.

"Labyrinth" Starring David Bowie: A Blueprint to Mind Control

@BarbaraCasey: I'm glad you enjoyed reading about labyrinth symbols. Thanks for the blessing!
From rock carvings throughout Europe to friezes in India, from ancient Greek coins to Hopi woven baskets, labyrinth symbols have been a part of our global cu...

The Labyrinth - Ancient Symbols


From rock carvings throughout Europe to friezes in India, from ancient Greek coins to Hopi woven baskets, labyrinth symbols have been a part of our global cu...

The Esoteric Interpretation of "Pan's Labyrinth"


From rock carvings throughout Europe to friezes in India, from ancient Greek coins to Hopi woven baskets, labyrinth symbols have been a part of our global culture for thousands of years.Manly P. Hall, one of the 20th century's greatest esoteric philosophers and an eminent Masonic historian, tells us that the labyrinth was symbolic of man's search for truth . Other occult scholars tell us that the labyrinth symbolized to the people "the difficulty of finding the Path to God" All of this points to the same thing - the mystical realization of our own divinity.From rock carvings throughout Europe to friezes in India, from ancient Greek coins to Hopi woven baskets, labyrinth symbols have been a part of our global culture for thousands of years.All labyrinths are symbolic, some richly so, such as the Cretan labyrinth, which is connected with a complex of myth, symbol, and allegory. At the heart of the labyrinth waits the Minotaur, half human and half bull. Through its winding passageways, the hero Theseus advances toward the center, guided by the inspiration of the priestess-princess Ariadne. The myth of the labyrinth is the story of these three characters.