According to its
structure this graph should be in Group 53. However, it always occurs inscribed
within a circle, and as such would belong to Group 35. Nevertheless the author cites honi
soit qui mal y pense, "shame on anyone who thinks evil of
this", the motto of the famous British Order of the
founded about 1350 by Edward III, and the foremost order decoration of
Great Britain. That device is here invoked for those who have
objections to the fact that this dictionary ends with an
altered ideogram, which moreover is neither used in serious
contexts, nor is in its right group: the Phantom's Good
Semiotically analyzed, it is a variation of the swastika with the basic meaning of the swastika, power and independent movement, combined with the monogram of Christ, , for charity and love of mankind.
The author now leaves and wishes you good luck with the words of another great fiction character, the wise Obi-Wan Kenobi in Star Wars:
May the Force be with you.