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Published on Dec 10, 2011
British author Dan Green walks a replica of the Chartres Cathedral labyrinth, chalked on the stone floor between the opposing 'Light' and 'Dark' Rose Windows of Lincoln Cathedral. The replica, created by the Lincoln University School of Architecture, stood in place for 48 hours on November 23rd 2011. The centre of the labyrinth is known as 'The Road to Jerusalem' and 'The Temple of Jerusalem', and three miles West of Lincoln Cathedral is the curiously named village Jerusalem. The deep alchemical symbology of the transference of this mystical archetype and its relationship to Dan Green's 'Lincoln Cathedral Code' is currently to remain confidential.