Enneagram Crucigram Puzzle by Stephen Weyer

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Imagine the form of the Enneagram projected onto a gridded crossword space — an “Enneagram Crucigram”

The result is a (roughly) circular puzzle, with 9 vertex points (gray squares): clockwise from top: 9, 1, 2, …. Black squares trace an inner 3-6-9 triangle.

The puzzle’s theme: a typical name for each Enneagram type begins/ends at (or near) its point; a corresponding bold “#” clue indicates its starting location. Other words — some from psychology and philosophy — fill out the structure.

Like the enneagram, clues might lead to different answers.

Enjoy another way to experience the mystery of the Enneagram — while improving your crossword skills! (Solution at the bottom)

 

Puzzle

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Dr. Stephen Weyer has researched and developed programming languages, education environments, electronic books, AI applications, and mobile web software. He’s now enjoying a permanent sabbatical in southern Oregon, hiking, teaching, solving crosswords, … — and exploring the Enneagram with appropriate enabling technologies.

For an online puzzle and more about Steve: http://communicrossings.com/enneagram

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