MEDIEVAL BIEDERMEIER, SELF-REFLECTION
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The Messenger on the image is Hermes, related to the Etruscan deity Turms from Sanskrit Turi; 'swift' and Tur; 'run' and that is why his name relates to Mercury the speediest of all planets and the base word for Merchant, commerce. Why so much emphasis on speed? If you can't keep up and move quickly, your competitors will beat you to it. Hermes is a dangerous foe, a trickster and a thief. He brought the souls of the dead to the underworld and honoured as a god of sleep, (blindness). Hermes job is to trap you with such a speed that you find yourself unprepared, defenceless and you become oblivious to the truth.
Later, the transmission was possessed by Phallus Hermes, from Sanskrit; HareNu (creeper). The staff of Hermes left by the Templars as Baphomet (Baphe Metous). Baphe was borrowed from the Sanskrit word bapsati (bhas) devour and Metous from Sanskrit maithuna or masticate definition is to grind or crush, copulation, intercourse, venereal disease. That is why the staff portrayed as Baphomet's genitalia. Caduceus derived from the Sanskrit word cAracakSus; 'spy employed like an eye'.