Jewish tradition--Lilith was Adam's first wife, but she demanded equality (even wanted to be on top during sex supposedly) and was banished from Eden, later becoming a demoness in Jewish tradition. She was replace by Eve, who was created subservient to Adam. <br />
Nope, doesn't disturb me--it's all myth, no different than reading the story of Isis and Osiris.<br />
Oh, and don't forget, there are TWO different versions of creation in The Book of Genesis, which gives rise to the concept of Lilith and Eve being different women.
There is no mention of a Lilith. In the old testament.<br />
No mention of a banishment. but Lilith is a character from Jewish mythology from the Babylonian Talmud.
That's ok, guys can learn about free will too and tell you to go to hell.
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As for Lilith, i couldn't care less.
What version of the Bible are you getting this from.<br />
The greek and the hebrew texts speak of Adam called Eve because she was taken out from him.<br />
Just went through Strong's Concordence a number of Bible dictionary's.<br />
I must have Have mised this name in my 35 years or so of studying the new and old sc<x>riptures.<br />
Please tell us where to find this.<br />
Could turn this idea into a trilagy ;
The wild beasts of the desert shall also meet with the wild beasts of the island, and the satyr shall cry to his fellow; the screech owl also shall rest there, and find for herself a place of rest.
Isaiah 34; 14 KJV
Ok I searcthed it out makes sense now it was original mythology.
Mixed and mingled with Samarian,Babalonian, and gretest influance from Egyption mythology.
All of the senario's she is set in are based on the first five books in the bible, they mix it up with a moon we can't see and others say she is the dark side of the moon. 1/3 of the stars fell Rev 12: 9 (demons /devils what you want to call them
Man calls the fallen angels.
I think that one is playing a game in your head ask the God of your soul to tell you the real answer to this person called Lilith.
Never heard that before but Lilith sounds like a pretty awesome chick.
I have never honestly heard this version. But the biblical concept of the woman having to be subservient to the man is disturbing to say the least.
where does this information come from?
The Babylonian Talmud.
Doesn't disturb me... just confirms how men wrote stuff and then called it "sacred" and "holy" to maintain their position... and rome grabbed it with both hands. What surprises me is the women that accept they should be subservient. mx:))