The Artwork is an alternate version of another design in my portfolio, which has overlapping, larger text. The other design is more louder, whereas this design is more subtle, text wise, that is.
Should you understand what the ‘Anima’ and ‘Animus’ represent of internal archetypes, which frequent the male and female psyche, then you will get the cosmic joke, and more besides.
In general, the ‘Anima’ and ‘Animus’ often manifest as female and male dream characters, which can be construed as being (Succubae) Succubi and Incubi, when empowered by the imagination in regards to fantasizing about being with a supposedly perfect partner.
For example, should a male find himself being struck dumb, to gibber, feeling as if possessed by uncontrollable desires, when seeing a particular woman in the room, who falls head over heels in love with her at first sight, it is because of his ‘Anima.’
Wherefore, for a male, it is wise for him to become aware of his inner ‘Anima,’ whose emanations manifest within his dreams, and likewise for a female, to become aware of her inner ‘Animus,’ when to dream.
However, the ‘Animus’ has been ‘deified’ by (patriarchal) gender focused religions, of worship; whereas the ‘Anima’ has been cast out of the spiritual/symbolic equation as the ‘Fallen!’
Should you see it, you will then get the cosmic joke, which the psychologist Carl Jung could not tell, apart from, perhaps alluding to, when corporeal, that’s if he saw it; for his time was still getting over the Witch burning era!
As for the pentagram, it represents the Five-Senses. The upright pentagram is associated with your Five-Senses being engaged in your (waking) experiential physical reality of the ‘Macrocosm.’
When the pentagram is inverted it describes the introversion of the Five-Senses into the (sleeping) dream of the ‘Microcosm,’ where the archetypal expressions of the ‘Anima’ and ‘Animus’ reside.
The 'Fallen Anima' is depicted being conjured amidst a 'Triangle Of Art,' which symbolically represents the power of the Imagination.
The ‘Anima’ and ‘Animus’ are covered in my Art books, ‘Goetia Girls,’ which are available from Createspace and Amazon under my author’s name, Faustus Crow.