Is Baphomet an esoteric representation of Jesus Christ?

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    One possibility is that Jesus is indeed Lucifer. Manly Hall explains that Venus and Isis were names for Lucifer, telling us: “Being visible in the sky at sunset it was called Vesper, and as it rose before the Sun, it was called the Star of the Morning or Lucifer, meaning Light Bearer. Because of this relation to the Sun, the planet was also called Venus, Astarte, Aphrodite, Isis, and The Mother of the Gods” (see his book ‘The Secret Teachings of All Ages’). In the Pyramid Texts, Osiris and Horus are called the “Morning Star” which, like Isis, also connects them to Venus.
     
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    What will be the gender of your soul when you die?
     
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    The name Baphomet first made its appearance in 1307 as a cudgel against the Knights Templars. Here in the 20th century, the name re-emerged in the now debunked book Holy Blood, Holy Grail.

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