Truth about Lilith
☥☽✪☾DAW ☽✪☾ 2011/03/14 13:56:14
Lilith who was a pagan goddess had her entire history changed
the truth about Lilith
Lilith dates back to the bird-serpent goddess of antiquity. In Sumeria, she was portrayed as having the wings of a bird.
is it just me or does she look like an angel?
here are many possibilities as to her early goddess names: Belil-ili, Belili, Lillake , or Ninlil
She was a goddess of agriculture as well as the "hand of Inanna
She was said to live in the Huluppu-tree
Her symbols are the crossroad, owl, serpent, tree, and dark moon
Lilith the goddess of female sexuality
she is also the Goddess of female independance
The goddess who once protected mothers and infants
Goddess of womans rights to be equals to men
She Taught women to want sex for sex's sake and not for the sake of perpetuating the species
and to be sexually Aggressive
however the Jews/Christians changed her story to this
Lilith was just one of many things the Christian's removed from the old myths when creating the Torah/bible....they couldn't have women having those kind of examples after all.
Lilith was made the first wife of Adam. Some sources say that Lilith was Adam's spirit wife. Other sources claim that Lilith was fashioned from the earth at either the same time as Adam or before Adam. This made Lilith Adam's equal.
As Adam's equal, Lilith refused to lie on her back while Adam took the dominant position in sex (missionary style). Lilith believed that they should make love as equals (the beast with two backs). Adam was adamantly against this, wanting his wife to be submissive, and Lilith left the Garden of Eden.
So then Adam whined to god, and he made a second woman from Adams rib, so that she would obey him.
God then supposedly gave Adam Eve, a docile woman of the flesh.
Eventually, Lilith was portrayed as the foe of Eve. It was Lilith in serpent form who seduced Eve to eat the fruit of knowledge. No doubt the first wife wanted the second wife to see what a jerk Adam was and that Lilith also wanted Eve to open her eyes and come into the fulness of herself, her womanhood.
When both Adam and Eve were expelled from the Garden of Eden, Adam endured a period of celibacy as penance. During this time, Lilith was said to have caused nocturnal emissions from Adam (night hag). She collected his semen and impreganted herself with it, giving birth to demons.
These children of Lilith were called Lilin or Lilim, "night-demons.
They made her into a demon who kills Children and babies
shes a demoness who sucks the life out unborn children while in the womb
The goddess who once protected mothers and infants was now portrayed as a demoness who caused abortions and murdered infants in their sleep. The Christian church believed that when a baby laughed or smiled in its sleep, it was being entertained by Lilith, and the parents would quickly bop the infant on the nose to distract the infant from the goddess. It was also believed that she came to children in the form of an owl and drank their blood.
also shes a vampire according to them
Lilith as Vampire
As the mother of all demons, Lilith has recently been linked to either giving birth to the first vampires or being the first vampire
again she was changed to a succubus
succubus is a female demon that drains a male of life energy by having sex with him
they totally destroyed a sacred goddess
Men fear Lilith because she knows the power of her sexuality and she knows that her sexuality has power over men. Like Circe, she turns men into beasts or pigs by opening the doorways to their deep and primal sexual desires
Such desires were forbidden back then
Women, who are like the submissive Eve, also fear Lilith because of the power she holds. But, as has been shown in the myth of the garden of Eden, Lilith is not an enemy of womankind. She holds the ancient fruit of knowledge, the secrets of our deepest sexual nature, and she is willing to offer this fruit to us.
In a frenzy to drive Lilith's worshippers away from the goddess, they made up lies such as this which contradicted her earlier functions as a protectress and helper of birthing mothers and infants.
books of reference
Tyson, Donald. Sexual Alchemy: Magical Intercourse with Spirits. Llewellyn Publications; St. Paul, Minnesota. 2000.
Sjoo, Monica and Mor, Barbara. The Great Cosmic Mother: Rediscovering the Religion of the Earth. Harper San Francisco. 1991.
Graham, Lloyd M.. Deceptions and Myths of the Bible. Carol Publishing Group; NY. 1993
Stone, Merlin. Ancient Mirrors of Womanhood: A Treasury of Goddess and Heroine Lore from Around the World. Beacon Press; Boston. 1990
Gimbutas, Marija. The Language of the Goddess. Harper San Francisco. 1991.
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