The Biscione, Baphomet, the Bitch-Goddess Success, and other Beasts: Documentary

The text comes from “Meet Mete,” my introduction to the new English translation of Mysterium Baphometis Revelatum by Joseph von Hammer-Purgstall. This is the relevant excerpt, “The Biscione and the Mystery of the Various Ottos: Sea Monsters, Templars, European Royalty & Scaligerian Chronology.” The rest of this excerpt has been narrated by me as well, and will be presented in both audio and video format for Plus Ultra members very soon.


5 thoughts on “The Biscione, Baphomet, the Bitch-Goddess Success, and other Beasts: Documentary”

  1. Ms. Twyman – I always enjoy your work. And I usually approach it with grim intensity. But tonight I watched and listened to the Biscione piece, and I found myself chuckling with enjoyment. At first I was trying to figure out just why ( other than for the fun of it ) you included the song White Horse. It’s a favorite old dance song of mine and takes me back to my college days. Finally, when discussion about the origin of the word ‘ bitch ‘ came up, then I thought “Okay, there’s the hook!” Either way, I really enjoyed the serious text and accompanying music. Thanks again, from a sincere fan – Tracy Haynes

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