CHAOS300.HTML Frater M 1232 20 May 1998 What I considered popular may undoubtedly have been shaped by my own limited experience and tastes. None the less Eris, Baphomet and mythos entities are undoubtedly popular in the Chaos current. Not sure about the Warhammer chaos powers though.
In this part of the Liber Minor Well Wyrd Website you can find out about the Chaos pantheon. Since all gods and goddesses can be used in Chaos, we have narrowed it down to a few worthy of special note.
Learn the mysteries of this goddess of discord, of the golden apple, of 23, of Kallisti and the answer to the great philosophical question of the age, “How many Discordians does it take to change a lightbulb?”
Revealled! The secret origin of the name Baphomet! Hidden for centuries because of an Inquisition filing error, and only rediscovered as recently as 1984! Over a decade later and still a large number of Chaos Magicians are unaware. Become one of the initiated few to have learned this mystery.
Discover how the gods Khorne, Tzeentch, Nurgle and Slaanesh may be used in ritual. Have the creators of the Warhammer boardgame, Games Workshop, given us some very powerful Chaos deities with which to work in ritual?
Can you call C’thulhu? Would Azathoth do your bidding? Where would Nyarlathotep take you? Do you own a funny little key which allows you to get through the gates to reach the awesome being known as Yog Sothoth?
Suggestions for further research
Tiamat, Chaos, Loki, Set, Satan, Santa Claus, The Terry Pratchett pantheon, The Star Trek pantheons (all of them), The Star Wars pantheon, Nemesis the Warlock (2000AD), Deadlock (one of the ABC Warriors, also from 2000AD) and the Teletubbie pantheon.
This list is not exhaustive and is only made as a list of possible suggestions. You can work with any deities you like from anywhere in the world. Just make sure you properly research them first so that you know what you are working with!