Lilith and Adam in the Garden of Eden

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4 Responses

  1. leelit pope says:

    Very interesting.

    When I was in Israel last year, I met a friend who told me that was the “lillith”. Many of her characteristics are me. I am strong-willed, often alone and very intimidating.

    If this is the case, I had asked him how to break this spell, because life for me has been very difficult and I am tired of pain.

    He told me that I needed to “come to terms with God and ask for forgiveness”.

    Could this be true?


    • Claudio Zorrospín says:

      Well, I would think that you are the only one that can ask and answer that question and that by asking it, to start at least, leads to the resolution. That is what myths are for though, to help us understand ourselves. Maybe elders around you might help you find meaning in the myths or about yourself too. Also, Lilith is powerful, so she/you can hopefully use the powers for good.
      Good Luck and Blessings

  2. Jaded says:

    If God is supposed to love us all equally I don’t see why Lilith was punished for wanting to be treated as such. If that is God’s idea of “equality” then what makes him better than Man.

  3. katesisco says:

    well, it no longer takes a stretch of imagine to see Orwell’s 1984 revisionist history as genuine. You know that the Constantine Donation regarding the land for the Vatican in Rome is false, so this story about Lillith is a revision to rob women of equality. Once the seafarers stayed home and tended the sheep that the women had formerly done including weaving the ship’s sails, their fate and demotion were sealed.