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The Bolshoi Zayatsky Island stone labyrinths are well preserved. Along the sea shore or deep un the forest, religious and funerary monuments include 18 stone labyrinths, over 600 stone burial cairns, and several stone alignments and circles.

The Solovetsky Islands, a treasure of mistery and silence at the White Sea

Castlerigg Stone Circle from above  -  It was probably built around 3000 BC and contains significant astronomical alignments.  It is near Keswick in Cumbria, North West England.  It is one of around 1,300 stone circles in the British Isles and Brittany.

Castlerigg Stone Circle from above - It was probably built around 3000 BC and contains significant astronomical alignments. It is near Keswick in Cumbria, North West England. It is one of around stone circles in the British Isles and Brittany.

Journey within with the help of this hand held friend. Trace the glazed groove with your finger and allow yourself to slowly reach the center. While you trace and breathe, magic can happen. Imagine yourself in a grove of sacred trees, or tracing your fingers in the sand of a beach. Made of solid clay, it feels like a stone in the hand. Making these feels soooo good. Of course, if you just like how it looks, it doubles as a paperweight. Grounding, calming, come home to yourself this winter.

A palm-sized finger labyrinth that fits snugly against your skin.

Sibley Volcanic Park labyrinth, Oakland, California, uncredited

Believe it or not there's actually a volcano just off Skyline Boulevard. Not just any volcano, mind you.

JOJO POST LABYRINTH: England, ca 1699. Town of Saffron Walden, The most famous and one of the best preserved ancient turf mazes in the UK.

JOJO POST LABYRINTH: England, ca Town of Saffron Walden, The most famous and one of the best preserved ancient turf mazes in the UK.

La Chateau Bu in Landes de Cojoux: St. Just, Brittany, France. Photography by Musardise

La Chateau Bu in Landes de Cojoux: St. Just, Brittany, France. Photography by Musardise

The legendary sword in the stone, often linked to king Arthur’s legend, does exist. Not in Avalon, of course, but in Italy. One can see it

The Sword in the Stone at Montesiepi Chapel

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