Earlier this week, I was decluttering the basement, a task made more challenging by the fact that my five-year-old daughter had chosen to spread Adorable Kid Art™ all over the floor. It was going just fine, and the world made perfect sense, until I came across this page, apparently torn out of the most demented children’s coloring book in the Known Universe:
What the… who the… where I have seen this before? Oh, right:
The similarities are pretty clear. I don’t know who Baphomet is calling on that telephone there, but you know it’s not going to end well for the free world.
So apparently my daughter is a Templar. Or maybe a Freemason. (Jack Chick has a really great1 tract about the Freemasons and Baphomet, but I can’t bring myself to link to his website.)
I believe that’s Yolanda the Yak…talking on the Yphone? Not sure…
So is Yolanda some sort of demonic yak/goat beast? I’m still not feeling good about this.
Let’s make a mental note to bring it up at the next parent/teacher conference.
Would you believe just yesterday a friend of mine was talking about the use of Baphomet candles in hoodoo on her Facebook page?
I think it was yesterday. It’s a Baphometic kind of week.
btw is this the one? http://www.chick.com/reading/tracts/1074/1074_01.asp
Ed, knowing you, I actually do believe that you were discussing Baphomet with a friend yesterday on Facebook 🙂
And yep, that’s the Chick tract in question. One of his classics, IMHO. Chick has actually succeeded in creating what Eco’s “Foucault’s Pendulum” used as a parodic plot device: a pan-conspiracy that unites all (non-America fundamentalist) religions, organizations, cults, and philosophies, no matter how contradictory they all are with each other. Just in that tract alone, we have all of Islam, Masonry, ancient Babylonian religion, and “witchcraft” all revealed as part of the same agenda, across all of time and history….