The origins of the "Goat of Mendes" can be traced back to Ancient
Egypt. Actual Goats and Rams were worshipped in many cities throughout
Egypt, thousands of years ago. The Goat is synonymous with Satanism.
The horns also representing the Horned Gods/Goddesses; a symbol of
fertility in many different cultures and time periods.
The "Goat of Mendes." Ptah the Egyptian God of Magick, knowledge and
wisdom (an alias of Satan) BECAME the Goat; sometimes a ram in the city
of Mendes where he was worshipped as such. The Goat/Ram of Mendes
represented the "Ba" which was the Egyptian word for the "Soul." Ptah
was considered to be a great magician and "Lord of the Serpents."¹
There are many false claims, based upon ignorance, that the Goat
was invented as a reaction to the "lamb" of xianity, which came much
The Horned Goat is also directly of Enki (Satan). The constellation of
the Horned Goat (Capricorn); the time of the winter solstice was known
as "The Southern Gate of the Sun." ²
The Goat was known in early Babylonian times as the God "Ea"
(Enki/Satan). Ea was known as "He of vast intellect and Lord of the
Sacred Eye" protector of his people and the bringer and giver of
knowledge and civilization to humanity. Represented as a snake, he
ended up in the "Garden of Eden as the Snake in the tree of life,
encouraging learning and knowledge rather than blissful ignorance."
"Whenever Ea roamed the Earth, he took the form of a goat." "Ea was
considered the Father of Light" and his celebrations dating back to
15,000 B.C.E., were carried out wearing goat skins
Satanism is in truth, the world's oldest religion. From the above
quotes- references given below, it is obvious Satanism is not an
"invention" or "inversion" of xianity.
Ancient Egyptian images of the Goat of Mendes:
The Goat as a symbol of fertility and focus of religious rites dates all the way back to Sumeria.
*Egyptian Mythology" by Veronica Ions, page 124, the author writes that Ptah took this form.
¹ Egyptian Mythology" by Veronica Ions, page 103, "
Brady's Book of Fixed Stars by Bernadette Brady, pages 300-301
New Larousse Encyclopedia of Mythology, page 56
4Outer Space by Jobes