Baddest Guy Ever Illuminated??

In these last few months of the year 2013, one of the major trends is what we all know as the #GunManPose. Popularized by Nigerian rap phenomenon, Olamide due to him using it in the album art to his recently dropped album - Baddest Guy Ever Liveth.



Now, there has always been a never ending debate as to how much influence the 'occultic world has on the media and entertainment in general, but it has never been this close to home. I fear the backlash that I would get from his loyal fans for breaking this story, but I'm just asking a question and putting it out there. I love his music, and being with him a couple of times has made me admire him even more, but this I cannot but wonder about.

" The origin of the name Baphomet is not clear. It appears to be a combination of two Greek words baphe and metis meaning “absorption of knowledge.” Other authors claim it is a corruption of “Mohamet” (Mohammed), but the first definition seems to be more accurate. Baphomet has its origins in the “Goat of Mendes.” Baphomet was also one of the aliases of Aleister Crowley. Baphomet has also been called the "Goat of Mendes" and the "Black Goat."

The goat also has to do with fertility and is symbolic of the Magnum Opus of alchemy when one's energies from kundalini increase. Spiritual alchemy is of Ancient Egypt and is the transformation of the human soul into the godhead.

The most famous historical account of Baphomet began with the Knights Templar. The Baphomet at the time of the Templars was believed to be an idol, represented by a human skull, a stuffed human head or a metal or wooden head with curly black hair, or sometimes a black cat. The idol was said to be worshipped by the Knights Templar in their latter days as the source of fertility and wealth. The Knights Templars also known as the “poor knights of christ” was founded in the year 1118 by Hugh de Payens of Champagne France. "

Now all I ask is that you all compare the 'GunmanPose' to the 'BaphometPose' and make your own decisions..


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