Baphomet Religion

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In this past century, allegations concerning the organization known as the Masons, admit promptly that Baphomet exists as a pagan fertility god; whereby they claim the Freemasonry believe in its early satanic teachings, (still, most believe this exists as a falsified accusation). Conversely, Kenneth Grant, the leader of its major dominant occult/Masonic institute in the world (the Ordo Templi Orientis-Order of Eastern Templar), distinctly states that Baphomet actually means Bapho-Mitras-son of Mithras; which existed as the bull-god (Bull = Baal?), worshipped in the Old Testament.

Fig. 52. In 1890’s, this image referencing Baphomet and the Masonic association by Léo Taxil, transpired later as a hoax toward the
Masons; who intended to
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Indeed, this name immediately ignited controversy since becoming used by LaVeyan Satanists as a term for criminals who commit crimes citing Satan; whereupon, its followers started downplaying its wicked characteristics. Ostensibly, one satanic group known as “The Cathedral of the Black Goat,” exists as an international religious satanic organization, founded by Myrmydon as a genuine world satanic covenant on Halloween of 2001; Myrmydon would go on to write The Devil 's Bible. Satanist’s foremost goal persists to proudly proclaim the title of “Devil Worshippers,” and boldly declare their allegiance to Satan worship, rather than being just a polytheistic alternate; which an example of this would be the Cathedral of the Black…show more content…
Indispensably, various satanic groups use the “Mendes Pentacle” or the Sabbatic Goat Emblem, (a symbol for the goat god); as their logo. This insignia became first connected to Satanism in the nineteen sixties, attributed to the nineteenth century occultist, Elipas Levi. Historically, the unfathomable ancient symbol appeared first in Mesopotamian writings, dating to approximately 3,000 B.C. (over 5,000 years ago). Notably, this symbol exists within numerous world civilizations such as the Egyptians, Greeks, Romans, Persians, Chinese, East Indians, and
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