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Baphomet Statue 4”
  • Baphomet Statue 4”

    Baphomet is a figure that has evolved significantly over time and is often surrounded by mystique and controversy. The image most people recognize today—an androgynous, winged humanoid with a goat's head and a pentagram on its forehead—was created by French occultist Eliphas Levi in the 19th century. Levi's Baphomet, depicted in his book "Dogme et Rituel de la Haute Magie" (1854), symbolizes the reconciliation of opposites: male and female, good and evil, human and animal.

    Historically, the name "Baphomet" first appeared in the 12th and 13th centuries during the Crusades. It was allegedly associated with the Knights Templar, who were accused of worshiping an idol named Baphomet as part of charges of heresy levied against them by King Philip IV of France. However, historical evidence suggests these accusations were likely fabricated as a pretext for political and financial gain.

    In contemporary times, Baphomet has been embraced by various occult and mystical traditions. Notably, the Church of Satan adopted the Baphomet symbol, incorporating it into the Sigil of Baphomet, which features a goat's head within an inverted pentagram. This symbol is used to represent Satanism and its principles.

    Baphomet's image and symbolism continue to be subjects of interest in popular culture, occult practices, and academic discussions on religion and symbolism. The figure is often misinterpreted as purely malevolent, but its more nuanced interpretations highlight themes of balance, duality, and the pursuit of esoteric knowledge.

    Size:- 3” x 2” x 4”

    Cold cast resin

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