Pillar 5 contains a non-alphanumeric cipher using 'squircle' shapes (Unsolved), an alphabetic cipher (Unsolved), and a series of numbers around the bottom which probably form part of a cipher (Unsolved)..
Pillar 5 is 2432mm tall and is the second tallest of the eight pillars.
The squircle grid is 10 rows by 26 columns. I have transcribed each depending on the direction the corner points in line with Cartesian quadrant naming (see graphic to the right).
The transcription of the squircle grid is:
Stuart K writes "Squircles was one of the few of the labyrinth codes that was developed with a bit of encryption strategy".
The lines have various offsets and spacing, with the overall pattern resembling a helix or a sine wave (see the image gallery for details).
The transcription is:
A string of numbers run in a circular pattern around the base of each pillar (see notes on the base code). On this pillar, it reads:
11 12 9 12 11 13 15 17 28 30 17 18 11 11 10 12 13 14 19 24 12 13 11 12 7 93 8 11 14 17