Well, I won't get into hardcore detail, but I will reveal what I can. Essentially it's about this "phantasm" who is searching for spirit, which happens to be the missing point on his pentagram. The pentagram is a symbol of both good and evil. It has five points; water, fire, spirit, earth, air. Having one of the points missing would essentially make it unbalanced and the "phantasm" represents the things that are trying to take away the spirit within us, the people who try and drain us. Also a circled pentagram is a symbol of goodness and security, whereas an uncircled pentagram is evil and even more so a pentagram which has been flipped upside down and is un circled. So the phantasm represents all the evils in the world that attempt to tare us down. Although the lines "Never hated the ones who wanted it" is basically saying that so often we don't realize until long after the fact that people were using us. The number 3 in this poem represents "individuality" and freedom, the people who take from us only want to take, they want what we have to become better than us, they want to take away what makes us, us. The sub theme of this poem is the hypocricies of religion and how saying that god is good is hypocritical, because if god created all things then he also created evil...therefore who is more evil in theory? God or Satan? I hope that gives you...some idea.