In Jewish mythology, Lilith was regarded the first wife of Adam (before Eve) who rebelled against her husband's headship, killed his children while they slept, and became a demoness of the night. Is there any truth to his fable? Is there such a demoness? Is she, as some tradition maintains, the consort of Satan? Why is she revered by feminists, Wiccans, Satanists and New Agers? Does she play a rôle in the end-times? If so, how can she be identified and countered? Find out in this series of articles about this scourge of passive-agressive abused women (and on her twin Hecate).
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