The universe is ruled by such beautiful stars, but even though their photons may please the human eye, they care not. They just shine on and on, like eternal gods, yet their lives are so brief when they are compared to that of the marvellous universe. Just as humans are as mayflies to the stars, the stars are merely specks of dust to the universe itself. Thus, it is not a surprise that the assumptions humans make about the very world they live in could not be farther from the truth. Indeed, it would be a sad universe if it was finite or infinite, a sorrowful reality if it was consistent and a weeping world if it could be described so easily by mere concepts. The universe just simply is. There is no other way to describe it, because its existence defies any semblance of logic and it does not conform to any line of thought. It is its nature to be incomprehensible to all sapient life, as hard as they might try to understand it, for it is a paradox, a contradiction, something that should have never existed. Therefore, it is natural to conclude that the sane universe humans see is just an illusion and that behind the fabric seen by ordinary eyes lies something that has been never comprehended, something that is never comprehended, something that will never be comprehended and something that defies the description of comprehension. It is a star that is seven in four, a four-edged square made out of seven lines, an eleven-sided dice that is numbered from one to twenty-eight. It is a place called Labyrinth by the madmen of the ancient ages, an endless maze that leads to countless of worlds, yet is closed to all of them. It is a place that reflects the true nature of the universe as it is ever-changing and always incomprehensible. Even the madmen that claimed to have knowledge of it have seen it only through their visions, in their dreams, or heard of it through their hallucinations. So then how it is that two sapient beings were able to cross the barrier between two perceptions of the universe? Noket Sel Algelz did not know, but what he knew was that he finally managed to reach his goal. After all those years he spent researching the culture and the mythology of the ancient civilizations, he finally found the place that he sought ever since he saw that creature, the image of which was burned into his mind. He knew that he found his goal, because the needles finally disappeared from under his skin and the imaginary edge of death was no longer placed against his throat. Even though he left his family behind, on the other side of Labyrinth, he was more content now than ever. If he could have, he would have embraced the walls of the huge maze as they spread out before him in their bloodthirsty impossibility, but alas, he had to do with engraving the strange symbols on the wall into his mind. He knew these symbols very well. They were the symbols that he claimed were fake, symbols the existence of which he denied, just so it was him that got first into this place, the only place where he could find the monster that plagued his life. It was also the only place where he could confront those unblinking eyes that conveyed death with a mere blink and it was also the only place he could End them. He smiled. It was such a good day in such a wonderful place. Labyrinth would hide its secrets and its monsters from him no more. And through his discoveries, humans will know how arrogant they are in their beliefs, for they will finally see the true light, the light of those eyes that he discovered so many years ago.