Baphomet is usually portrayed as a half human, half goat figure, or a goat head. It is often misinterpreted as a symbol of witch-craft in general. The origin of the Baphomet is unclear. It may be a corruption of Muhomet (Mohammed). The english witchcraft historian Montague Summers suggested that it was a combination of two greek words, baphe and metis, meaning "absorption of knowledge." Baphomet has also been called the Goat of Mendes, or The Black Goat and the Judas Goat.
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The Summoning of the Goat-Headed Demon Called Baphomeyt
As the moon hung low in the night sky, a chill ran down the spines of the villagers who lived in the nearby town. They had heard the whispers of a dark ritual taking place in the abandoned mine on the outskirts of town. The wind carried the faint scent of sulfur and #brimstone, and the air seemed to vibrate with an otherworldly energy as #Baphomeyt cast a #spell. #TrUzEDIT
Baphomet - Symbol of the Church of Satan Laveyan Satanism, By Any Means Necessary, Dark Pictures, Arte Obscura, Dark Art, No. 2
Baphomet - Symbol of the Church of Satan
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