damion:~/www$ lynx -dump -nolist unicursus.html
With the hexagonal Romulijana labyrinth
as a base,
I then wanted to add Reims-style
bastions to it.
The esoteric and grandiose name Unicursus of Eternity
comes from the fact that this labyrinth will be used as a mana-sigil in a fictional machinima
that I am creating for my children.
Further, with an eye toward teaching my children programming in the future,
I rendered the Unicursus
[and its surrounding circles] using the Python
as I consider Python to be the ideal instructional language due to its designed ease of use combined with its real-world usefulness.
The code to render the Unicursus
is not just for my children though;
anyone who desires to indulge in the exploratory spirit of "cybermancy" as envisioned on this site is free to download and play with the code for the Unicursus
(If you then produce a new labyrinth that we find particularly appealing,
we may add it to this site.)
Inspired by images of magical seals from medieval grimoires,
I then used the GIMP
image manipulator to add glyphs for one of the names of the Preservatrix goddess.