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  • The name Baphomet first appeared in trial transcripts for the Inquisition of the Knights Templar starting in 1307. It first came into popular English usage in the 19th century during debate and speculation on the reasons for the suppression of the Templar order. Baphomet is a symbol of balance in various occult and mystical traditions, the origin of which some occultists have attempted to link with the Gnostics and Templars, although occasionally purported to be a deity or a demon.


    Our Baphomet beer stein is 10 1/2 inches tall and holds 3 cups (0.709555614 Liters)


    The artwork for our Baphomet stein is designed by Matt Stikker, who is an illustrator/graphic designer and musician residing in Portland, OR. His work is grounded in the music and culture of heavy metal, horror movies, comics, fantasy, science fiction, and the occult. He counts ink luminaries Bernie Wrightson, Jack Davis, R. Crumb, and Jack Kirby among his foremost influences. Primarily an illustrator, Matt's customary medium is pen and ink, although he also works in acrylic and digital painting. He is also a guitarist and vocalist/lyricist for Portland-based bands Drouth and Iron Scepter. Visit his webstore at

    Baphomet will be sold as a limited edition stein


    Only 1 left in stock
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