Link from "Glide sign"

The Glide signs are referred to as "glyphs" and represent the visual language used in the novel, The Maze Game. Individual glyphs come together to produce a vertical stack of three glyphs. The first is the "glide-pair," or situation. These, then, transform into the "morphing glyphs," which in turn completes the context or the "maze of glyphs seeded by 3 glyph oracle." As Slattery writes at the Oracle page: "The user is offered interpretations (words, images, and/or music) and also invited to add interpretations to a growing database" (Slattery). Above is an example of the glyph for lily, or "knowledge."

 

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