Baphomet

Who/what is Baphomet and how contact Him/Her/It?
Is there a Sigil? Or a mantra?
Is He/She/It related to Satanism?

[quote=“Yerkes, post:1, topic:8982”]Who/what is Baphomet and how contact Him/Her/It?
Is there a Sigil? Or a mantra?
Is He/She/It related to Satanism?[/quote]
I believe Baphomet is what the knights templar were accused of worshipping.
And Alister Crowley connected himself to it somehow.

Satanic, Luciferian, or Gnostic?

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Alchemy Workings of H.R. Giger

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Baphomet with the Rose and Cross.

What I have wondered is if there is a connection between Baphomet, Azazel and Lucifuge Rofacle and incidentally Lucifer. If so, then what (other than them all having been depicted as having goat heads)?

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In my experience and understanding it is the all… take that however you discern…

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[quote=“Yerkes, post:1, topic:8982”]Who/what is Baphomet and how contact Him/Her/It?
Is there a Sigil? Or a mantra?
Is He/She/It related to Satanism?[/quote]

Baphomet is the occult version or astral version of as above, so below as far as I know and his image also displays that; he is Lunar and very skilled at Lunar endeavors and friendly in general.

See meaning from The Encyclopedia of Demons and Demonology
Book by Rosemary Ellen Guiley:

“Baphomet Symbol of the satanic goat. Baphomet is
portrayed as a half-human, half-goat fi gure, or a goat
head. The origin of the name Baphomet is unclear. It may
be a corruption of Mahomet or Muhammad. The English
occult historian Montague Summers suggested it was a
combination of two Greek words, baphe and metis, or
“absorption of knowledge.” Baphomet has also been
called the Goat of Mendes, the Black Goat, and the Judas
Goat.
In the Middle Ages, Baphomet was believed to be an
idol, represented by a human skull, a stuffed human head,
or a metal or wooden human head with curly black hair.
The idol was said to be worshipped by the Order of the
Knights Templar as their source of fertility and wealth.
The best-known representation of Baphomet is a drawing
by the 19th-century French magician Eliphas Levi, called
The Baphomet of Mendes. Levi combined elements of the
Tarot Devil card and the he-goat worshipped in antiquity
in Mendes, Egypt, which was said to fornicate with its
women followers—as the church claimed the DEVIL did
with witches.
The Church of Satan, founded in 1966 in San Francisco,
adopted a rendition of Baphomet to symbolize SATANISM.
The symbol is a goat’s head drawn within an inverted
pentacle, enclosed in a double circle. In the outer
circle, Hebraic fi gures at each point in the pentagram
spell out LEVIATHAN, a huge water serpent DEMON associated
with the Devil”

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I’ve thought about trying to evoke him but never really find the time to do so

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Hail Baphomet! :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:

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Pixel Baphomet approves

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There are lots of them but this is one sigil of Baphomet : the dreccian moons