Black Spirituality Religion : Paradise Myth

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  1. Fine1952

    Fine1952 Happy Winter Solstice MEMBER

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    Lilith is a figment from the imagination of the Sumerian era (eg. of course we know that this is a made up word* by Oppert, right?). The so-Called Jews adapted this information and used it to promote their patriarchal propaganda.

    If you've done any research -- you know that Lilith was supposedly the first wife of the pseudo-Adam arch-prototype.

    "...To understand Lilith's reputation as a sexual temptress, we must look to later Hebrew legend in which she first appears as Adam's intended wife. Insisting on equality in their relationship because she refuses to have ### with him in the conventional position because she is unwilling to lie beneath him and runs away. Remaining forever outside of human relationships or regulations, Lilith surfaces in medieval Hebrew esoteric tradition as a demonic creature, possessed by an insatiable ###uality. She holds dominion over all instinctual, natural beings. Discovering the roots of Lilith's bad reputation in this curious solo appearance in the Inanna cycle is cause for sober reflection on the origins of the notion of uncontrolled female $$$uality as evil, already so forcibly expressed in the earliest written material of Western culture. Raphel Patai, the expert on the Hebrew Goddess, suggests that while a citizen of Sumer in the mid-third millennium may have "had very little in common" with an Eastern Hasidic Jew in so far as the so-called "higher level of religion were concerned, they would have readily recognized each other's beliefs about the pernicious machinations of Lility..." -- page 123, 124 "The Once and Future Goddess" by Elinor W Gadon.

    And that, Destee.com readers is where this tale spin begins...!

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    would love to read more information on Lilith - most people don't know that Adam had a wife previous to Eve

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    This entire paradigm is a fable, really. Had the addition of Lilith been inclusive -- the 'paradise myth' would have been even less credible than it already is!

    The Christian version of creation is completely borne of a "European view point" -- rather than the "original" concept of African GOD/DESS Consciousness!

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    Lilith is indeed made up, but Adam and Eve were not. Why was Lilith made up? I don't know fully, but they may have felt the sins of Eve wasn't yet enough to make women feel at fault and to give more reason why women should stay in their place.

    They might not have included her for many reasons, but it definitely wasn't because they were making up all the rest of the Bible; if one pays attention now, many leaders of the church are certainly for their followers forsaking the Holy Doctrine and against them forsaking science though today's science speaks against the Word; if they believed in Scriptures as the Word of the Father, they'd not do that.
     
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