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Size: 11 3/4"h x 5 3/4"w x 5 1/4"d Resin Statue w/ 2 finishes available.
Within the Luciferian Tradition, Lilith is symbolized as one half of the Adversary, with her equal and consort, Samael, the two conjoin as twisting serpents begetting Cain (the symbol of the Luciferian) or Baphomet.
This image of Lilith is based largely on a Sumerian clay tablet relief from 2000 BC. She wears the horned crown that marks her as a Goddess not a demon in Sumerian mythology. Lilith appears in Sumerian, Babylonian, Assyrian, Canaanite, Persian, Hebrew, Arabic and Teutonic mythology. She is also known as Adam's "first wife" who refused to "lie beneath." In the oldest mythologies she is a Goddess and in later stories she is demonized. As the embodiment of the neglected, outcast and rejected aspects of the Great Goddess she calls women to rise up in strength to reclaim their own divinity. "And the Serpent, the Woman of Harlotry, incited and seduced Eve through the husks of Light which in itself is holiness. And the Serpent seduced Holy Eve, and enough said for him who understands. An all this ruination came about because Adam the first man coupled with Eve while she was in her menstrual impurity -- this is the filth and the impure seed of the Serpent who mounted Eve before Adam mounted her. Behold, here it is before you: because of the sins of Adam the first man all the things mentioned came into being. For Evil Lilith, when she saw the greatness of his corruption, became strong in her husks, and came to Adam against his will, and became hot from him and bore him many demons and spirits and Lilin."-Bacharach, ’Emeq haMelekh 23c-d
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