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Baphomet - The Symbolism of the Goat in Masonry

 
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Baphomet - The Symbolism of the Goat in Masonry
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In a midrash (Genesis Rabbah 19) Samael, the lord of the satans, was a mighty prince of angels in heaven. Satan came into the world with woman, that is, with Eve (Midrash Yalkut, Genesis 1:23), so that he was created and is not eternal. Like all celestial beings, he flies through the air (Genesis Rabbah 19), and can assume any form, as of a bird (Talmud, Sanhedrin 107a), a stag (ibid, 95a), a woman (ibid, 81a), a beggar, or a young man (Midrash Tanchuma, Wayera, end); he is said to skip (Talmud Pesachim 112b and Megilla. 11b), in allusion to his appearance in the form of a goat.

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The Symbolism of the Goat
by Eugene W. Plawiuk, Master Mason

Presented to Norwood Lodge No.90 A.F.& A.M. G.R.A.
September 3 1991 C.E.

[link to freemasonrywatch.org]

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Re: Baphomet - The Symbolism of the Goat in Masonry
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In a midrash (Genesis Rabbah 19) Samael, the lord of the satans, was a mighty prince of angels in heaven. Satan came into the world with woman, that is, with Eve (Midrash Yalkut, Genesis 1:23), so that he was created and is not eternal. Like all celestial beings, he flies through the air (Genesis Rabbah 19), and can assume any form, as of a bird (Talmud, Sanhedrin 107a), a stag (ibid, 95a), a woman (ibid, 81a), a beggar, or a young man (Midrash Tanchuma, Wayera, end); he is said to skip (Talmud Pesachim 112b and Megilla. 11b), in allusion to his appearance in the form of a goat.

Idol1

Liber Capricornus
The Symbolism of the Goat
by Eugene W. Plawiuk, Master Mason

Presented to Norwood Lodge No.90 A.F.& A.M. G.R.A.
September 3 1991 C.E.

[link to freemasonrywatch.org]
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that description doesn't sound like Baphomet to me...Baph was more about the symbolism of duality, among other things, and has a deeper esoteric meaning behind the form of the 'entity'. OR something like that.

The verse quoted above doesn't really relate just because it mentions that satan can take on the form of a goat, as well as a boy or whoever....so according to this logic, any thing could be considered satanic, not just goats.