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  • n. Plural form of pentangle.


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  • Rebus was noticing that some of the hieroglyphs were actually pentangles, like the pendant Peter Grief had worn.

    Set in Darkness

  • At the centre of the circle he constructed a perfect square, measuring the distances with great care from the angles of the square to the furthest points of the pentangles.

    Ghost King

  • If circles and pentangles and the Tetragrammaton had been tried and had in fact raised, or seemed to raise, a spirit, that might have been-if a man's nerves could stand it-extremely interesting; but the real Desirable would have evaded one, the real Desire would have been left saying, "What is this to me?"

    Surprised by Joy

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