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Labyrinth Maier files

01 Sep What were these labyrinths for?

Since the dawn of civilization, labyrinths have fascinated humankind. Knossos in Crete, has a distinctive circular maze design with seven rings. Exactly the same design appears mysteriously at different periods in history on stones and artifacts as far apart as India, Norway, Germany, Ireland, England, Arizona,...

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Otto Maier headed to Pohjola

24 Apr Where’s Pohjola?

It's been said that Otto Maier headed to Pohjola, but where's Pohjola? Pohjola_ (poch'-yo-la). means the Northland something very  similar to Hyperborea. Far up in the ice-bound north, where the sun is almost invisible in winter, and where the summer nights are bright as day, there lies...

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The tale of Melusine

19 Apr A secret in Anjou

Deeper levels and meanings in tales not only transcend time, they also cross continents and cultures. These links and hidden meanings one can find best in original local tradition and folklore. One such link is the original French myth of Melusine, whose name is associated...

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Parzival

18 Apr What lies beneath?

Parzival,   Teutonic legend. a music drama by Richard Wagner: composed 1877-82; premiere 1882 a male given name: from Old French words meaning “pierce” and “valley” comparable to Percival a knight of King Arthur’s court who sought the Holy Grail a German mythical division (military) [vc_separator type='transparent'...

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