Sigil of Baphomet
The inverted pentacle with a goat’s head is called the Sigil (or Sigl) of Baphomet. The second word may have come from two Greek words, baphe and metis, meaning “absorption of knowledge.” It has also been called the Black Goat, Devil’s Goat, Goat Head, Goat of Mendes, and Judas Goat. Its first appearance appears to have been during the vicious interrogation of members of the Knights Templar by the Roman Catholic Church during the Inquisition. There was little consensus among different victims’ descriptions of the Baphomet. It can probably be safely assumed that their description of the Baphomet is more a product of the Inquisition’s torture methods than of any actual statue that was in use by the Knights.
Today, the Baphomet is widely used by religious Satanists. The Church of Satan also uses a second symbol which is an infinity sign (a figure 8 on its side).
Please note my hand is on fire representing the evil of devil worship also the pentacle is upside down as used by those that worship Baphomet.
Art created using a Nikon D90 a Sigma 150 f2.8 macro
1 x Hand
1 x BBQ lighter
1 x Pentacle
Methylated spirit to set hand and pentacle alight.