Known as Pan by the Greeks, Khnum by the Egyptians and the Androgyne
Baphomet by the Knights Templar. Belphegor was struck onto earth and
doomed to wander the lands of man, giving his occult knowledge to the
people who he deemed worthy or impressed him in any way.
say that Belphegor was the one who gave the Knights Templar the power
and position that eventually rivalled the catholic church itself,
prompting the latter to completely cleanse the Templars from existence.
After these events Belphegor went into hiding, and kept offering his
knowledge to those who were ambitious enough to search his secret court
and he deemed worthy. And thus, Belphegor was among the few fallen
angels who were responsible for the enlightenment, striking a fatal blow
to the church who hunted him down like an animal.