Enki and Enlil
By Dan Ward
According to the ancient Sumerian texts, the Sumerian god, Anu, the “supreme Lord of the Sky”, the currently reigning titular head of the Sumerian Family Tree, had two sons. They were Enki (Ea), Lord of the Earth and Waters (whose mother was Antu), and Enlil (Ilu), Lord of the Air and Lord of the Command (whose mother was Ki). These two half-brothers — surprise, surprise — did not get along. Continue reading
The Case for Azazel being the Firstborn Seed of Lilith
By Mark Wayne Biggs
No study of Lilith would be complete without a discussion of the demon Azazel. This is true because several clues in many ancient texts – including the Torah, the Zohar, and the First Book of Enoch – indicate that Azazel was the seed of Lilith. The texts further hint that Azazel was not the product of Lilith mating with any ordinary man, but rather he was the firstborn seed resulting from her illicit mating with Semjaza, the leader of a group of fallen angels called Watchers. Continue reading
Dore – The Destruction of Leviathan very much like the sword of Saint George destroying the selfish competitive Dragon-Serpent Ego
The Scarlet Woman
From Energy Enhancement
See part 1
Samael and Lilith were born as one, emanating from beneath the Throne of God with a great tumult. This refers to the Kabbalistic belief that certain angels were created in male-female pairs. Lilith was also known as Taninsam, based on the name of the intermediary between her and her husband. This intermediary will eat deadly poison at the hands of the Gabriel; it is an elixir of life for all whose inclination overcomes them to become a black psychopath. Continue reading
Lilith Tempting Adam and Eve – Notre Dame Cathedral
The Case for Lilith
By Mark Wayne Biggs
Of all the Jewish myths, the story of Lilith is undoubtedly the most fascinating. According to her legend Lilith was the first wife of Adam. But she was a failed mate who rebelled against her husband and fled from the garden to become the mother of demons. Her legend has influenced more modern monster mythologies than any other Jewish myth. Continue reading
On the Nature of the Qlippoth
From My Occult Circle
The following chapter will briefly describe each Sephiroth as well as the nature of its equivalent Qliphoth. The intention is to foster a deeper understanding of how the respective divine and demonic forces are related to each other. Bringing together the nature of each Sephiroth and the literal translation of the respective demonic name might proof to be a valuable key for unlocking the dark side of the tree.
KETHER – THAUMIEL
Kether (Crown) represents the first and purest emanation of the Divine. Kether also represent the first moment of creation. It marks the moment Continue reading
Queen of the Night
The identity of the ‘Queen of the Night’ is a mystery to most. She is called her the ‘Queen of the Night’ because of her drooping wings, the owls on either side of her and because the background of the plaque was once black. She has drooping wings and bird-like feet. The queen wears a headdress and carries the rod and ring symbols. She is shown standing on top of two lions.
Some experts believe that she is Ishtar, the goddess of love and war. But drooping wings were associated with the Underworld.
She is also known as Lilitu (Lilith), who is associated with owls.As a demon Lilitu made it difficult for women to have children.