In the context of the theme Labyrinth and Flower of Life, the similarity to a cube has been mentioned more often. The hexagonal shape of the labyrinth was just too reminiscent of a cube. And that got me looking for the labyrinth on the cube.
I have a magic cube and as a small brain training I solve it once a day. This is now memorized and routinely.
In Further Link below you can find out what a magic cube is.
First, I tried to put Ariadne’s thread on the small squares. This is relatively easy.
For better representation, the 6 sides of a cube are “flattened”:
You can draw in there Ariadne’s thread for a 3 circuit labyrinth type Knossos. Generally known, this has the path sequence: 3-2-1-4.
The beginning is on the frontside below at left. Then we go to the third line, to the second and the first line and finally to the center in 4 up in the middle square.
And here in an isometric view:
I hope you can imagine that on the drawings?
We see the lines on 5 sides of the cube, the bottom remains empty. The middle is slightly larger, but we do not touch all the small squares.
Ariadne’s thread for the template with slightly thicker lines:
If you want, you can download, print or copy the template as a PDF file.
Such a cube would certainly be quite easy to solve as a magic cube. Especially if you have a template of it in mind.