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"To arrive at the unknown through the disordering of all the senses, that's the point" ("Les lettres du Voyant" - "The Letters of the Seer")

This is the labyrinth built by Dedalus of Crete
all who entered therein were lost
save Theseus, thanks to Ariadne's thread

--Labyrinth carved on a pillar of the portico of Lucca Cathedral, Tuscany, Italy

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Disorientation is the opposite of orientation. It is a cognitive disability in which the senses of time, direction, and recognition of items (things), people and places become difficult to distinguish/identify.

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Orientation may refer to:

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