Baphomet Aka Bathomet  

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I blush to admit it, but Baphomet may not exist. The most logical explanation we have is that he is one image made from many symbols. Those in the Knights Templar would know what these symbols meant, and respond with the proper gestures or words.

Unfortunately, the Church decided it wanted the richer and stronger Templars dead, so he became a devil of sorts. Thankfully of all people Crowley rescued his rep, turning him back into the fertility god he was, if he really was at all.

Today he is seen as life, love and all things good. Heck, they make cuddly stuffed animals out of him. Just keep in mind every fertility god has a reaping side as well.


Further reading (free e-books):

Rabbi Michael Laitman - Basic Concepts In Kabbalah
Edward Hare - Bewitched And Bothered

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Goddess Fama  

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FAMA is the Roman Goddess of fame and rumor. She is the daughter of Tellus and Ouranos, making her of the same generation as the Greek Titans, the generation before the popular Gods like Juno and Jupiter. She is said to live at the center of the world on a high mountain. Her home has no doors, but a thousand windows, and she can see and hear everything that happens in the world. Fama never sleeps, always listening for whispers on the wind. Some authors describe her as having great wings, and at the base of each feather is an eye, an ear, and a mouth, so that she can see, hear, and spread her rumors. Most depictions show her with a trumpet, which she uses to call attention to herself before she tells her news. While she does give positive news, such as of victory in battle, she delights more in spreading salacious rumors, regardless of their truth.

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Greek Goddess Aigle  

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AIGLE (pronounced EYE-glee) is the Greek Goddess of good health. She is one of the daughter of Asklepios, God of medicine, and Epione, Goddess of pain relief. Aigle's name, which means "radiance," is also seen as AEGLE.

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