[A Voice] You see, you see the thing with the pentagram is that its all misunderstood; they don't break down a heart, just a regular old heartshape into a pair of tits with a javelin on the other end, now do they? No no, the pentagram just had that hard edged simplicity of frustrated geometry teachers, of people fearful of symmetry. You ever looked at a map of Washington DC? There's something soothing about it, you know? You follow the line around and around and its as if it never stops. Pause, a lighter has several false starts. Some sort of choking and unfamiliar smoke starts seeping out. Now this is all academic, I tell you, simply academic. Crowley was a crack-handball player, did you know that? Back at Oxford, in those big, heavy-masoned buildings, just tossing the old ball around. Supposed to be good for the thoughts, perambulation. But yes, the pentagram, much like the swastika's dysfunctional younger brother, you know? A sense of soothing, lock and key, I saw it graffiti'd on the side of the main quad's northern side and I thought, hey there, look at this, this institution's going places.