Your passage in French is speculation and after speaking of Bafomet finishes with the phrase:
"And Mahomet makes its power shine"
In other words two different entities.
E Bafomet obra de son goder ---> Translation: Et Mahomet fait briller sa puissance. (From the Occitan poem: "Ira et dolor" dated 1265.)
No speculation, no two entities, merely a translation. I don't post this for those beyond redemption, but merely to aid those who might be similarly reading-challenged, and come by it honestly. Btw, this is easily researched and verified by anyone willing to challenge their preconceived notions.
Stop using someone's speculation as the definative truth, it is far less significant than that of Papus and Eliphas Levi.
And don't forget Baphomet translates to Sophia and I notice how you continually skip around this undeniable fact.
Are you going to argue with Helena Blavatsky?
from Greek baphe "immersion" + metis "wisdom"] "A medieval mystic term usually identified with the goat of Mendes. The Templars of Malta were accused of worshiping Baphomet as an idol. Baphomat signifies a baptism in wisdom or initiation, but became degraded and misunderstood when the keys to its real meaning were lost." The symbol of the Baphomet is related to Arcanum 15: Passion, as explained in The Initiatic Path in the Arcana of Tarot and Kabbalah. The term "baphomet" hides a message when read backwards: Tem-o-h-p-ab, which is the symbol of the Latin words Templi ommun hominum pacis abbas, which means "The Father of the temple of universal peace for men." See Typhon.
How little the philosophy of the old secret doctrine was understood, is illustrated in the atrocious persecutions of the Templars by the Church, and in the accusation of their worshipping the Devil under the shape of the goat -- Baphomet! Without going into the old Masonic mysteries, there is not a Mason -- of those we mean who do know something -- but has an idea of the true relation that Baphomet bore to Azaze, the scapegoat of the wilderness,***** whose character and meaning are entirely perverted in the Christian translations. "This terrible and venerable name of God," says Lanci,* librarian to the Vatican, "through the pen of biblical glossers, has been a devil, a mountain, a wilderness, and a he-goat." In Mackenzie's Royal Masonic Cyclopaedia, the author very correctly remarks that "this word should be divided into Azaz and El," for "it signifies God of Victory, but is here used in the sense of author of Death, in contrast to Jehovah, the author of Life; the latter received a dead goat as an offering."** The Hindu Trinity is composed of three personages, which are convertible into one. The Trimurti is one, and in its abstraction indivisible, and yet we see a metaphysical division taking place from the first, and while Brahma, though collectively representing the three, remains behind the scenes, Vishnu is the Life-Giver, the Creator, and the Preserver, and Siva is the Destroyer, and the Death-giving deity. "Death to the Life-Giver, life to the Death-dealer. The symbolical antithesis is grand and beautiful," says Gliddon.*** "Deus est Daemon inversus" of the kabalists now becomes clear. It is but the intense and cruel desire to crush out the last vestige of the old philosophies by perverting their meaning, for fear that their own dogmas should not be rightly fathered on them, which impels the Catholic Church to carry on such a systematic persecution in regard to Gnostics, Kabalists, and even the comparatively innocent Masons.
These are the words of the world's number one occultist - Helena Blavatsky.
This is easily researched and verified by anyone willing to challenge their preconceived notions.
You ignore Papus, Eliphas Levi and Helena Blavatsky no less and latch onto some obscure quote that doesn't even say that Mahomet is Baphomet.
What's your game?