Documentary Film based on Gibson's book: Qur'anic Geography


The Sacred City from Glasshouse Media on Vimeo.


Links for sites that deal with labyrinths


Caerdroia is an annual journal that provides a focus for the study of mazes and labyrinths by publishing findings, news and theories. It has become a valuable resource for research in this curious field.

 Adrian Fisher Maze Design

Adrian is updating and extending his interesting and useful site, with pages covering the history and construction of mazes and labyrinths, as well as examples of his work.

Ashland WWWeb Services
This Southern Oregon Web Community have chosen to use the labyrinth as the theme of their site - and have an article on Labyrinth - as seen across culture and time which has links to some useful resources.

The Labyrinth Society

The Labyrinth Society aims to provide education, networking, and opportunities to experience transformation through the Labyrinth. Its members include many of the foremost new age experts and luminaries, and it holds conventions each year. There is an online discussion list linked from the site.

Kathy Doore has put together this site on labyrinth spirituality, with the emphasis on earth mysteries, energy and dowsing. There are sections on the myth and history of labyrinths, relevant books, links and personal experiences.
Maze and Labyrinth
These lecture notes form part of the Postgraduate Diploma - Master of Arts Narrative - Editorial Design Course at the University of Brighton, UK. They include brief notes on the various forms and uses of mazes plus arts, film and book references.
Books and games based on the Phaistos Disk by H. Peter Aleff

Ancient Board Games and the Nabataeans

 Petra: City of Board Games  Senet Games
 Ancient Board Games and the Nabataeans  Labyrinths
 Wadi Rumm: Valley of Game Boards  Seega Games