pentacle

[ pen-tuh-kuh l ]
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But very remarkable, in the mid-roof, is the boss of the pentacle of Solomon.

It was only a partial 'defense' therefore, and I nearly died in the pentacle.

Then, 'round him, I drew upon the floor the figure of a Pentacle, in chalk.

I felt happier then; for this Pentacle is, as you all know, a wonderful 'Defense.'

Like lightning, the thought sprang into my brain:—IT has crossed the Pentacle.

I knew that the pentacle would govern her, and the ring must bind, until I gave the word.

I mounted the stairs; I looked on the floor of the upper room; yes, there still was the black figure of the pentacle, the circle.

A youthful figure, looking intently at the pentacle which hovers over his raised hands.

A crowned figure, having a pentacle over his crown, clasps another with hands and arms; two pentacles are under his feet.

A very popular sign in those days, in Germany, and especially in the neighborhood of Frankfurt, was the pentacle.

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