Dec 29, 1996 05:17 PM
by Ann E. Bermingham
> From: John Straughn <JTarn@envirolink.org>
> >Who is Lilith?
> I've heard her name several times in several circles. I've been told she
> in the Bible as well, but I have yet to run into her name. I must just
> over it. I've read that &*$#^ book five times.
>From Edgar Cayce, again:
"Sex already existed in the animal kingdom, but the souls, in their thought
forms, were androgynous. To experience sex created thought forms for
companions, isolating the negative force in a separate structure, retaining
the positive within themsleves. This objectifications is what man calls
Lilith, the first woman."
There is a River, by Thomas Sugrue (pg 367)
She was later replaced by Eve, as a companion to Adam.
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