Another Labyrinth with Pseudo Single-Barriers

In my previously shown labyrinths the pathway takes its course through all pseudo single-barriers in the same direction. In the pattern this course is from top left to bottom right, as shown in fig. 1 from my last post. Correspondingly, in the labyrinth, the path runs in clockwise direction from an outside circuit to a circuit more inside the labyrinth. 

Figure 1. Previous Courses of the Pathway
Figure 1. Previous Courses of the Pathway

This raises the question whether other arrangements of the pseudo single-barriers are possible, such that the path may also take courses from inside out or in anticlockwise direction. In fig. 2, I show such a labyrinth. This is self-dual and has 4 axes, 9 circuits and 2 pseudo single-barriers in each side-axis. 

Figure 2. Labyrinth with 4 Axes, 9 Circuits and 2 Pseudo Single-Barriers at each Side Axis
Figure 2. Labyrinth with 4 Axes, 9 Circuits and 2 Pseudo Single-Barriers at each Side Axis

Here, we have the following courses (fig. 3):

  • from top left to bottom right at the first axis upper barrier and at the third axis lower barrier
  • from bottom left to top right at the first axis lower barrier and at the third axis upper barrier 
  • from bottom right to top left at the second axis. 
Figure 3. Different Courses through the Single-Barriers
Figure 3. Different Courses through the Single-Barriers

However, a course from top right to bottom left is missing.

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