A symbol of the occult. Baphomet is a winged goat headed hermaphrodite with a torch between its horns and a pentagram on its forehead. Its chest bares the Latin words SOLVE (separate) and COAGULA (join together). On its chest are two snakes representing Male and Female. On its shoulders are the Sun and the Moon — the powers of “binding and loosing” embodying opposites and celebrating contrasts. Worshiped by occultists from Jacques de Molay’s Templars to Alistair Crowley, Baphomet has long been a symbol of free-thinking heresy and forbidden knowledge. This mystical figurine is cast in the highest quality resin and carefully hand-painted.