This is a pretty good general summary of Lilith for those who might be new to the topic. In addition to the suggested links, I’d recommend reading “Mysteries of the Dark Moon” by Demetra George, which, although it doesn’t solely discuss Lilith (venturing into discussions of other “dark” goddesses like Hecate and Kali), has an amazing look at Her nonetheless.
Lilith can be a daunting Goddess to follow, but for those who make it very clear to Her that She is the path they wish to follow, She can be very affectionate and helpful.
“Lilith’s themes are freedom, courage, playfulness, passion, pleasure and sexuality. Her symbol is an apple. In Hebrew legends, Lilith is a dangerously beautiful Goddess who refused to subordinate Herself to Adam, feeling She was created as an equal. This makes Lilith perhaps the first true liberationist, and She resolves to make modern life similarly equal for all people. She also boldly instructs us to stand up for what we believe in, unbridled and courageous, no matter the cost. According to legend, Lilith was turned away from paradise for Her ‘crime’, and She has been depicted in art as a demon.
Leap Year occurs every four years to keep our calendar in sync with the solar year. Customarily, women break loose today, asking men out or proposing marriage. In today’s liberal society, actions like this aren’t overly surprising. Nonetheless, Lilith charges us with the duty of ever seeking…
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